Concrete Waterproofing & Durability
Performance, Safety, & Sustainability​

Webinar June 19


This educational unit will explore the consequences of unprotected concrete, how traditional waterproofing methods are used and where they fall short. Finally, the course will examine integral crystalline waterproofing methods and how to select for performance, safety and sustainability, and provide examples where new technology has overcome these problems for long-term success.

What you'll learn:

  1. Identify the structural and human health consequences - economic, environmental, well-being, etc. - when concrete structures are not protected from water.

  2. Analyze how traditional methods have tried to overcome these problems, and where they fall short in terms of job-site safety and health-maintaining performance and sustainability.

  3. Examine how integral crystalline admixtures can be differeniated and selected for performance and a holistic approach to waterproofing and durability enhancement - resulting in healthier, more sustainable structures.

  4. Explore different applications and projects where Integral Crystalline Waterproofing has provided a solution that overcomes these challenges to long term performance, health and sustainability.


Adam Creelman
Territory Manager - Prairies


Adam has been with Kryton for more than 7 years. He started as Distributor Training Specialist wherein he’s responsible in overseeing sales, marketing, product, technical and service training from development to delivery. He was promoted to Training Manager in November 2019 and assisted the Company in creating more training programs for the Sales team, both local and global as well as be involved in different Strategic Initiatives such as our Sales Methodology. With his extensive knowledge and experience of our Kryton products, Adam was yet again promoted and given a new opportunity as Territory Manager – Canadian Prairies in 2023. Adam has a Bachelor degree in Commerce and a Master of Education in Educational Technology and Learning Design.