Cutting of the wall: One has to do a clean cutting at 10-20 cm from
the pavement and then insert a leaf working as a barrier to prevent the climb of damp.
Contra-indications: It’s forbidden in the seismic areas, not to be used in the walls of stone, mixed stones,
walls against-hearth such as cellars, taverns etc.
Injections of chemical products: One has to do some holes, 10-12-15 mm in diameters, far off about 10-12 cm, along the whole depth of the wall.
Then one has to insert some liquids, both through the fall then by using the compressors.
Contra-indications: Not each material is damp-proof; there are some empty spaces (huge waste)
in the full wallings and the damp of climb diverges to other directions.
Electoosmosis: One has to apply, every 20-30 cm, some metallic barriers in transversal holes of the wall, linked up the negative and positive pole by an
electric wire connected to a power station (low tension electricity).
Contra-indications: Its electroosmotic power is very relative. There’s always an electric
current inside the humid wall. The low tension electricity could affect the nerves of human beings and even be perceived by the kids.
It could draw the lightnings.
Low frequency system: It’s an electronic central placed inside the house which sends a
low frequency wave at a range of 10-15 mt. .
Contra-indications: If it really worked, also the human beings,
made up of 80% water, could have some problems.
One gets in touch with low frequency waves and tries to avoid electromagnetic fields, electric trusses, mobiles aerials, electric centrals etc.