December Holiday Closure Dates
Our office will be closed from 12pm (AEST) 23rd December 2014, reopening on the 5th January 2015.
Final orders must be recieved by:
US & UK: 21st December
Australia: 22nd December
From everyone at the Dry-Treat family we would like to thank you for your support over the past year. Have a safe and happy holidays!
Case Study: Parramatta Station
Parramatta railway station in Sydney's western suburbs is one of the city's busiest train terminals. The porous concrete pavers in the station’s underground were constantly being stained. This is why the deep, water and oil repelling impregnator STAIN-PROOF Original™ was selected for the project. To read the full case study click here.
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Video: Why Does Spalling Occur?
When you think of spalling the first thing that comes to mind is probably those large, unsightly holes seen in pavers. But did you know that a surface first starts to spall on a microscopic level? Our resident expert Gabe is back to explain why spalling occurs and what can be done to prevent it.
Click here to watch the video!
IPWEA Tasmanian State Conference
The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia is an organisation for public projects and engineering services for local governments and private enterprise. At the organisation's state conference in Tasmania this month some of the Dry-Treat product range was exhibited. A lot of interest was shown by the civil engineers, town planners and maintenance managers that attended. A special thanks to Chris Kelly from Tasco Blocks and Pavers for displaying our products on their stand.
Could Solar-Powered Roads Reduce Climate Change?
There is no doubt that climate change is real. Countries all over the world are experiencing more extreme and abnormal weather changes than ever before. The searing temperatures in Australia and snow storms in the United States are very recent examples. What if there was a way to reduce our impact on the environment without interrupting our way of life. Electrical Engineer Scott Brusaw has developed what could one day replace our asphalt roads, saving our planet in the process. To read the full article click here.