Delta Awarded Patent for innovative Flexi Dri Plus Plug

Delta Membrane Systems Limited, the UK’s leading Type C Cavity
Drain Membrane Manufacturer, is pleased to announce that it has
been successful in its application for a new patent in respect of
its Flexi Dri Plus Plug, a new achievement that strengthens the
company’s portfolio.

Delta’s investment in technologies continues to lead the field in
innovations within the waterproofing sector.
Delta has been awarded patent number 2698550 by the European
Patent Office for innovating the Flexi Dri Plus Plug.


Delta Awarded Patent for innovative Flexi Dri Plus Plug
Flexi Dri Plus Plugs are a handy hammer-in fixings which contain an expandable waterproof seal for use with cavity drain membranes
for use on multiple substrates.

The Flexi Dri Plus Plug offers a bellows action, meaning it can expand without splitting (as was the case with the older-style cob

The Flexi Dri Plus Plug incorporates a threaded aperture in the head portion to accommodate a 5mm dia/size 10 fixing screw for
subsequent installation of wall ties and/or dry lining systems (100mm shank x 90mm).

Available in double sealed versions (where the pin and the neck of the plug are sealed). Flexi Dri Plus Plugs are a great alternative
to Qwik-Seal plugs and P T plugs.

Christopher Burbridge, Managing Director of Delta commented “The award of this patent reinforces the strength of our technological
offering and market leadership. With our Flexi Dri Plus Plugs now generating easier installation but not compromising on a robust
waterproof seal, we are moving towards a uniquely refined business model and refining the waterproofing sector, founded upon
world-leading technology.”


Delta Membrane Systems Limited offers waterproofing solutions and systems. We are proudly the Leading manufacturer of Type C
Cavity Drainage Systems in the United Kingdom. Our extensive range of ground gas protection solutions, waterproofing and damp
proofing products are suitable for basement drainage and structural waterproofing (both for new build and existing structures) and
in flood resilience projects.

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