Took a wander through the Building Energy trade-show floor yesterday,
and found a booth handing out flyers about a distinctly sketchy-
sounding fix for rising damp in masonry buildings called "Aquapol".
Aquapol-usa.com for the english website; claimed to have originated
in Europe with thousands of successful deployments. But when they
start talking about rather long-distance non-contact effects on
moisture not to mention various vagueness about "free energy", my
skepticism meter starts jumping. Can anybody comment on this stuff?
If the search-engine here isn't broken, it hasn't been mentioned
Posted Thu, 03/06/2014 - 21:03
Edited Fri, 03/07/2014 - 08:07
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