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Merlin Way
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Delta Membrane Systems Ltd

Overview

Delta Membrane Systems Limited provides a full range of waterproofing and damp proofing solutions for architects, specifiers, developers, contractors and homeowners on new, retrofit and refurbishment construction and in flood resilience. We also supply ground gas protection membranes protecting structures from harmful ground gases such as radon, carbon dioxide, methane and hydrocarbons. With over 125 years of manufacturing experience Delta is an impeccable partner on every project. Our skills have been mastered through experience in the waterproofing industry. Delta’s Technical Team will help from concept to completion. Our hands-on approach and knowledge are what sets us apart. Installing a Delta Membrane System offers complete protection to structures from ground water ingress and contaminates. Our products comply with British Standard 8102:2009, 8485:2015+A1:2019 and 85500:2015 and are BBA certified. Delta offers waterproofing design assistance to construction professionals a...
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CPD Material (9)


Seminar
Waterproofing Below Ground Structures to BS 8102:2022
This CPD presentation introduces Architects/Designers/Specifiers with a technical insight into approaches to structural waterproofing. Introducing designers with the elements and considerations a waterproofing design specialist will use to develop a robust waterproofing solution that meets the criteria of BS 8102:2022, the British Standard for the waterproofing industry.

Topics include: What are Types A, B & C (the different forms of structural waterproofing systems available in the UK market) and how to achieve the environmental grades outlined within British Standard 8102:2022.

A focus on how combination waterproofing systems are specified in below-ground structures in order to achieve the desired environmental grade, along with remedial approaches to design out risk.
By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- The importance of BS 8102:2022 and how to design waterproofing system which meets requirements
- The tools and techniques for understanding types of waterproofing systems - Types A, B & C
- Combination waterproofing
- The techniques for maintaining the continuity of the waterproofing system
- Design Principles
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Cold Liquid Applied Waterproofing
This CPD presentation introduces Architects/Designers/Specifiers with a technical insight to approaches to structural waterproofing utilising cold liquid applied systems which are available within the construction industry. The presentation focuses on creating a waterproofing solution which meets British Standard BS 8102:2022, the code of practice for the waterproofing industry and ensuring designs conform. Topics include: the importance of specifying a suitable continuous waterproofing solution, design considerations, build ups suitable for cold applied systems and the associated components and detailing for this. The seminar concludes with some helpful guidance. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- The different usages of below ground structures
- The importance of BS 8102:2022 and how to design waterproofing system which meets requirements
- The Tools and techniques for understanding types of waterproofing systems
- Why waterproofing failures happen and how to avoid them with correct Product Specification
- Design Principles
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Structural Waterproofing for Podium Decks and Buried Roofs
There are many common pitfalls when it comes to designing a waterproofing system for podium decks, buried roofs, balconies and terraces. These complex constructions require an in-depth knowledge of construction along with structural waterproofing. From differential movement to drainage, both should be key considerations as part of the building design process. The aim of this CPD presentation is to provide Architects/Designers and Specifiers with a technical approach to the concepts of successful design. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- What Podium Decks, Buried Roofs and Terraces are and their uses, along with types of structures and approaches to these
- Regulations and requirements
- Why waterproofing systems are specified
- The importance of drainage consideration and components of waterproofing and drainage systems
- Design principles and causes of failed systems when design principles are not applied
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Waterproofing Existing Basements
This CPD aims provide a technical insight into structural waterproofing existing basements and cellars. It touches on client requirements when designing and specifying waterproofing systems whilst discussing the levels of protection which can be achieved, along with the features, benefits and options available for a robust solution. The presentation focuses on a solution which meets British Standard 8102:2009, the code of practice for the waterproofing industry and ensures designs conform as a minimum. Topics covered include how different levels of protection can be achieved, why some waterproofing systems fail, and what can be done to remedy failed systems whilst remaining compliant with standards. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- How to recognise different usages of basements and cellars and that different waterproofing systems solve different problems
- The importance of BS 8102:2009 and how to design waterproofing systems which meet requirements
- Tools and techniques for understanding types of waterproofing systems
- Why waterproofing failures happen and how to avoid them with correct Product Specification
- Design Principles
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Reducing Risk in Type C Systems Using Predictive Maintenance
The aim of this presentation is to provide architects and designers with a deeper understanding on the concepts of utilizing predictive maintenance and reducing risk within Type C systems. It explores the benefits of using predictive maintenance in below ground applications and the use of technologies. It also covers important insights when designing a robust waterproofing solution. This CPD will help you to understand the following topics:
- What is a Type C cavity drainage system
- Design principles for a Type C cavity drainage system and how to minimise and mitigate risk in the design process
- Definitions of ground and surface water and explanations of ground and surface water behaviour
- Pump and alarm systems and how to minimise and mitigate risk for sump pump failure
- Predictive maintenance and continuous monitoring
- The benefits of using predictive maintenance in below ground applications
- Facts about Big Data and analytic software and its benefits
- Dynamic servicing and its benefits in reducing risk

This CPD can be delivered to you live and remotely.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Flood Resilience
The aim of this CPD presentation is to provide architects and designers with a deeper understanding of the concepts of flood resistance, resilience and recoverability. Exploring flood resilience, resistance and recoverability and the use of technologies which have been used historically in below ground structural waterproofing in a variety of different situations from domestic to commercial structures. In addition, the CPD covers important insights for architects and designers when designing a robust flood resilient solution. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- What flood resilience is
- Flood risk management
- Assessments of flood water into buildings in relation to British Standard BS85500: 2015
- Flood resilience, resistance and recoverability
- Design principles
- Solutions available

This CPD can be delivered to you live and remotely.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Water and Water Vapour Management in Sub and Super-Structure Applications
Experience has shown that specifiers and designers could be better informed about the practical operation of drained cavity membranes and particularly the need for mechanical drainage - sump and pump - requirements to complete the installation. This seminar describes the use of drainage membranes in new build and refurbishment applications. It also illustrates how such membranes can be used to reduce the ground water pressure acting upon a basement structure.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar