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A thermal image showing tanking applied to the wall of a Grade II listed building. The horizontal line is a join between darker, cooler tanking trapping condensation in the lower part of the wall, and lime plaster higher up. Image copyright Pete Ward. Source in IHBC's Context 149, published in May 2017. http://ihbconline.co.uk/cont_arch/?p=904
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