Academy Team

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Research and Technical Assistance

Since the beginning of its activity, Atena srl has worked to spread the culture related to Green Technology ↗︎ and to train technicians able to intervene quickly and effectively throughout the country.

Thanks to its training courses, today the company has a network of professionals able to quickly carry out installations and continuously control the effectiveness of the tool.

Academy Team

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Atena Academy Team is a training service for qualified and after-sales technicians for customers.

The drying actions is followed and monitored through several periodic diagnostic controls established by the technician at the time of installation.

The Atena technicians deliver to the customer the data obtained from the diagnostic campaign, which demonstrate the effective reduction of moisture with objective tests, carried out in accordance with Uni Standards in force. In addition, given the in-depth skills during the training of Atena Academy Team, the after-sales service is able to offer technical advice for a complete renovation of the surfaces with indications on any accompanying work (plasters, painting, ect.)

The technicians of Academy Team of Atena are also able to develop other analyses such ad indoor and outdoor chemical pollution (VOC, Formaldehyde, ect.) and physical (micropolves and electromagnetic radiation).

The customers is followed throughout the drying period by the team of Atena Academy that will provide control through accurate instrumental diagnosis.

Already at the time of installation will be carried out diagnostic analysis that includes:

  1. Measurement of the moisture in the walls carried out by the weight drying method using samples of the masonry taken in depth with core drilling.
    The analyses will be carried out using the thermogravimetric method (standard UNI 11085 of November 2003).
    Together, or alternatively, you can use the conductivity method defined by the UNI EN 16682 of March 2017 and according to the protocol developed by theSuperior Institute for Conservation and Restoration of Rome.
  2. Quantitative verification of the salts contains in the walls (sulphates, nitrates, chlorides).
  3. Environmental analysis of the internal microclimate and external climate (temperature, relative moisture).
  4. Survey of the electrical potentials of the walls, both vertical and horizontal.
  5. Compilation of special forms to map the situation.
  6. Survey of any "anomalies" and concauses that affect the pathology of moisture by rising damp.
    These reliefs are essential to achieve a complete renovation project of the walls and surfaces. A special sheet will be drawn up there the necessary integrative works for the complete and definitive renovation of the walls will be highlighted.