Joint Venture

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Unison Joints are installed fully assembled, so no messy joins, and no time wasted fitting it together.

Company: Neuchatel NZ

Neuchatel NZ Limited, best known for it’s innovative construction waterproofing solutions including IKO Permanite mastic asphalt, and IKO Prevent fire-retarding waterproof membranes, has a new string to it’s bow.

Now Neuchatel is also the NZ agent for top-of- the-line seismic joints by Australian company Unison Joints Pty Ltd. These differ from conventional expansion joints in that they are delivered fully assembled, and hence reduce construction time on site, as well as reduce risk of imprecise finishing.

Neuchatel’s Managing Director, Brian Mohan, states “This is a natural extension of our flooring and waterproofing business, as it’s important that seismic joints are installed correctly, and do not adversely affect the integrity of the structure they’re built to protect. Few companies have the experience that we have in this area”.

Unison Joints are ideal for high profile traffic areas such as sports complexes, car parks, and hospitals, where joints need to be both functional and aesthetically pleasing. If you’d like to see the more than 28 products available, check out our Unison Joints Brochure on line.

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There are more than 28 different types of Union Joints designed to cover the full range of construction requirements.

For the last 100+ years Neuchatel has been protecting tens of thousands of surfaces from deterioration caused by heavy machinery and the elements. In this time they’ve refined their products and services to be more durable, environmentally friendly and affordable – especially for large scale projects.

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