Construction & the built environment

Economic growth and development depends on construction to help expand and increase the built environment.   Houses continue to be in demand and our cities continue to sprawl wider and higher. As much as development is needed, there are savings to be made – both financially to organsations involved in construction and to the environment and planet.  


While economic development is needed, innovation taking place in the construction sector means that there are new and better ways of doing things – whether it is the method in which things are built, the materials being used or new tools and machinery that can be used to improve safety, performance and efficiencies. One of the biggest factors to consider in construction is the use of cement and the environmental damage it causes, not to mention the costly production process and logistic involved.  Also – what about buildings already built or being built that suffer from water ingress?  Another major problem that either causes expensive damage or alternatively, expensive fixes.

Triton Norway with its pioneering innovations can provide solutions never seen before in the construction world and literally revolutionises the way in which buildings are built.

Solving Challenges Specific To The construction Sector

Water Damage to Structures

AOP (Advanced Osmotic Pulse) is a patented system that utilises advanced electro-osmotic technology specifically designed to remove moisture from porous underground structures and ensures that the structure remains in a permanently dry state. 

Plastic waste and recycling

Polymer is a patented formula that can even turn single use plastic into high-grade reusable granulates that can be recycled numerous times.  For the construction and built enviroment sectors the benefits are two-fold.  First of all, material containing plastic can be recycled as part of the circular economy, and secondly, the recycled material can be manufactured into new products that can be used in construction, which means efficiency and cost savings and environmental benefits to be gained. 

Waterproofing concrete

Tritonite permanently makes concrete 100% waterproof so that it will withstand higher capillary action pressure than any other waterproof additive. The concrete will become completely immune to water ingress, chloride intrusion and carbonisation issues.

Reducing the carbon footprint caused by the use of concrete in construction.

Tritonite is the world’s most advanced concrete additive using patented, proven nano technology.  It is up to 3 times stronger than conventional concrete and uses eco-friendly environmentally sound ingredients which means it is completely harmless to humans and to the planet. 

Achieving the correct strength ratio cost effectively

Tritonite enables the volume of cement to be reduced in a mix to deliver the same grade, saving in cost and carbon. Also the use of sub-grade sand and aggregates to achieve same strength. Stronger concretes allows for a ‘slimmed down’ design, saving in all materials with cost, time and green benefits.