KHIA headerKnow-How in Action


A Belzona® Solution That Holds Water



General Industry (GIND)



Floor Problem Areas (FPA)


Customer Location:

The University of Iowa, U.S.A.


Application Date:

July 1997


Application Situation:

A two-level fountain



The concrete and stone base was badly damaged with a large number of cracks and hollowed areas. Water was leaking into underground service tunnels. Previous repairs did not last for more than one year.



Belzona® 4141 (Magma Build)

Belzona® 3111 (Flexible Membrane)

Belzona® 4111 (Magma-Quartz)



Limestone block and concrete


Application Method:

The Application was carried out out in accordance with Belzona Know-How System Leaflets FPA-1, TCC-9, RPA-6 & RPA-11.


Belzona Facts:

Inspection of the fountain in late 1999 revealed that the Belzona repairs were performing as anticipated. The fountain was donated to the university by the class of 1936.


Photographs Description

  1. Overall view of the fountain
  2. Badly damaged concrete in the wall of the upper portion of the fountain 
  3. Putting the finishing touches on the lower fountain area
  4. The fountain during 1999 - still trouble free
Case study pic one


 Case study pic two


 Case study pic three


 Case study pic four


For more information about Belzona visit: