As part of refurbishment works at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Garden at Wisley in Surrey, Winn & Coales (Denso) Ltd has supplied Densoseal 16A™ for the prevention of water ingress via cable entry ducts in the switch room and power stations on site.
A self-supporting, non-setting mastic, Densoseal 16A™ was developed for the sealing of cable ducts, conduits and service entry pipes or sleeves from the ingress of water and gas. The firm, fibrous mastic creates a flexible seal around electrical supply cables and is particularly suitable for ducts that are wet or liable to water entry. Compliant with British Telecom Specification M212C, it can also be used for the profiling of mechanical joints on hot pipes to permit the application of tapes.
The flagship garden of the Royal Horticultural Society covers 76-hectares (240 acres) and the three new power stations and renovated switch room are part of a program of investments taking place at the site in the coming years. Donated to the RHS in 1903, the site has evolved from its woodland beginnings into the cultivated gardens in place today, with further updates to the landscaping taking place as part of the planned renovation works.