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Training Course programme 2018

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

Triton has announced training course dates for 2018 for the following courses:

Waterproofing using cavity drain membranes (including sumps and pumps); Damp & Timber – investigation, diagnosis and treatment;  Ground Gas Barriers and a new half day course on Waterproof Concrete – performance, detailing, best practice and specification.    Complete the form below to book your place.


Triton announces 2017 Training Course dates

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Triton has announced the 2017 dates for its popular courses aimed at professionals involved in the installation of waterproofing systems and damp proofing works.  There are also two new courses in the Triton programme next year on Ground Gas Protection and Pumps & Drainage.

The Ground Gas Protection course provides an introduction to ground gases, what they are and where they are found. It covers the relevant standards and associated guidance documents – BS8485:2015, CIRIA 735, 748 and BRE 211. The course also covers site investigation and design of gas protection measures along with an introduction to Triton’s comprehensive range of gas protection products.

The new Pumps & Drainage course has been designed for all involved with the installation of Type C cavity drain systems where pumps and drainage are a critical part of the waterpoofing design. Although this subject is covered in brief in the Type C training course, this new course goes into the subject in more depth, to cover drainage design, selection of pumps, calculating the number and size of pumps required, impact of friction loss, installation of pump systems and commissioning and maintenance.

Courses last one full day and take place at Triton’s head office near Dartford, Kent. They should be booked  using the downloadable training course booking form here Each course takes place throughout 2017 and dates are set out on the booking form.

Further details about all courses offered by Triton can be found on the website.

A speaker for your industry event?

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Mike Dunn

Triton Systems’ Technical Manager, Mike Dunn, was asked to speak at the recent RICS Wessex Region CPD day in Bournemouth. Mike’s presentation – “Prevention and management of damp” – covered best practice guidance on identification, treatment and reporting. The invitation to speak followed a presentation Mike made at the RICS Surveyors foundation level learning event earlier this year.

Similar organisations looking for speakers to present on this or related subjects are invited to contact Mike direct via Triton on 01322 318830 to discuss their requirements.

Ground Gas Protection measures – a practical course

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Ground Gas Protection Measures: Installation & Verification – the PCA’s one day course held in Hungtingdon.  There’s a few places left for the course on 5th May!

A highly practical course that’s perfect for installers and technicians. Comes highly recommended by the Triton team!

More information here!

Triton 2016 training courses – dates announced!

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

Triton continues to offer high quality training to remedial specialists. Courses will run throughout 2016 on:

Cavity Drain Systems Type C Waterproofing - an in depth training course which covers the use of membranes in a wide range of typical applications and includes sessions on drainage and the location of sumps and pumps; the correct method of installing and joining membranes on floors, walls and soffits; how to deal with service entries; methods of finishing and finally system maintenance.

Type A/B Concrete Waterproofing – this course covers the properties and benefits of concrete; looks at suitable waterproofing systems including cementitious coatings, in depth crystalline structures, admixtures and cavity drain systems; and explores the appropriate areas of use for each type.

Dampness in Buildings/Timber Preservation - this course can be adapted to suit technicians and/or surveyors. It covers the sources of dampness in buildings, the diagnosis and treatments for all types of dampness, dampness in timbers, types of attack including insect or rot, treatment of damp affected timbers and timber repairs.

NEW FOR 2016 – Ground Gas Protection Systems – this new course covers the use and installation of Triton’s new ground gas protection systems and aims to help specifiers and installers meet the requirements of recently revised BS 8485:2015 – the Code of practice for the design of protective measures for methane and carbon dioxide ground gases for new buildings.  Triton offers systems designed for the protection against Radon, Methane, Carbon Dioxide and Hydrocarbon gases.

The course booking form can be downloaded from Triton’s website – follow this link.

Damp in solid walls – a course for specifiers and property owners

Sunday, February 15th, 2015

Triton is taking part in a course explaining the latest solutions for damp in solid walls (specifically rising damp, penetrating damp, render problems and underground walls etc) in Portaferry, Northern Ireland on February 25th at 2pm.

Aimed at builders, architects, quantity surveyors and property owners, the three hour course costs £30 and includes presentations by Bill Maxwell – conservation architect, Malcolm Cook – Triton Systems and John Bell from Triton approved contractors, Down Property Care.

The course includes a visit to Portico,  Portaferry’s Presbyterian Church which is undergoing a £1.5m restoration to demonstrate, on site, some of the problems that have been encountered with solid walls and damp of all sorts.

For further information or to book your place, please contact 028 4272 8808, email:

You can read more about the Portico conservation project here:

Cavity Drain Systems Training Course – extra data added!

Saturday, January 31st, 2015

To meet demand, Triton has added an additional Type C Waterproofing (cavity drain systems) training course to its 2015 training programme.  The new date is Wednesday 25th March 2015.

There are also a few remaining places on Triton’s February courses on Type C, Type A & B Waterproofing, and Dampnes in Building/Timber Preservation – if you are interested please book up early to avoid disappointment.

To book your place, call Triton on 01322 318830 or use the training course booking form on this website.

Detailed information on all Triton’s courses can be found at the training course page on Triton’s website.

Triton training courses – download 2014 programme here

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Triton is committed to providing high quality support to all who specify or install Triton’s waterproofing products and systems.   Courses are delivered by Kevin Dodds, Triton’s Business Manager.

Kevin holds three concrete technology qualifications: City & Guilds Concrete Practice – credit; City & Guilds Concrete Technology 1 – credit; City & Guilds Concrete Techniology 2 – disctinction plus he is a Review Panel Member for BS8102 (2009); Chairman of The Basement Information Centre Technical Committee; Committee Member of the PCA SWG  and a CSSW oral examiner.

Download the 2014 training programme and booking form here:


Triton also offers six RIBA approved CPD seminars – read more here:

Another RIBA approved CPD seminar from Triton – Type B Waterproofing

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Triton’s latest RIBA approved CPD seminar focuses on structurally integral type B concrete waterproofing as defined in BS 8102, the Code of Practice for protecting below ground structures from water from the ground.

Concrete made watertight by Triton's TT Super Admix - a Type B waterproofing system

The new seminar covers design philosphy, site evaluation and risk assessment, and then goes on to look at the systems offering Type B protection in more detail, such as in depth crystalline concrete waterproofing admixtures and pre-formed waterstops.  More information about the Type B systems supplied by Triton can be found here on the main website.

The presentation also covers remedial measures, all relevant standards and regulations and a couple of Triton’s recent case studies. Reference is also made to Triton’s Type B system components which are available as BIM (Building Information Modelling) objects and downloadable from the NBS National BIM Library.

To book any of Triton’s RIBA approved CPD seminars, please visit the RIBA CPD page on the main website here where you can find details of the other seminars available and also download a booking form.


Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

Tri-Seal, Triton’s liquid applied damproofing and waterproofing system, was specified as a guaranteed method of waterproofing to protect the servers in two major new data centres.

The servers will be located at ground floor level within the converted facilities. A total of 19,500m2 of Tri-Seal has been applied as a bunded floor finish over the concrete floor slabs constructed at first floor level.

All concrete surfaces were cleaned, ensuring all joints and cracks had been filled with Triton Fillet Seal. Triton Fillet Seal was also used at the junction between the floor slab and the bund walls.

Following preparation of the surface Tri-Seal was applied in a two coat application at a rate of 4m2/kg for the first coat and 5m2/kg for the second coat giving a total film thickness of 400 microns. The coverage rate of the first coat can vary from the above depending on the porosity of the surface to which is applied. Tri-Seal can be recoated approximately six to eight hours after the first coat application and is touch dry in approximately four to six hours. It is fully cured after seven days.

Where Tri-Seal is applied to bunded areas beneath raised access floors to prevent downward moisture ingress, drainage access points are either incorporated into the floor or the water is retained until it can be pumped out.

Tri-Seal is a solvent free, two part epoxy resin formulation, which can be used in a variety of applications.  In addition to application in bunded situations, it is also suitable for application on damp surfaces such as sand/cement and concrete floors subject to rising damp or containing residual construction moisture. The cured product provides a flexible, but tough barrier suitable for foot or light wheeled traffic.  It can be screeded or blinded with course aggregate as a key for renders, bonded screeds or tiles or with fine aggregate as a slip resistant finish.
Visit this link for further information and technical data sheets.