March 24, 2021

Time: 11:00 am - 12:15 pm


Betty Quan
IIBEC Southern Ontario Chapter
416-499-4000 x4119

This first portion of this webinar will cover Electronic Leak Detection (ELD) testing methods used for quality assurance. Participants will be able to understand the principles outlined in the ASTM Standard Guide D7877 and ASTM Standard Practice D8231 and identify which roofing and waterproofing assemblies can be quality control tested using advanced electronic leak detection methods instead of flood testing. ELD will be discussed as part of new construction commissioning as well as preventative maintenance for the life of the roof.

The second portion will consist of a review of conductive mediums for roofing and waterproofing. Participants will be informed of conductive medium options and proper placement within the assembly.

The final portion of this webinar will cover design and construction failures commonly identified by ELD testing and embedded fully monitored leak detection systems

IIBEC SOC Members $25 + HST

Non IIBEC SOC Members $30 + HST


Shaun Katz, Detec Systems

Shaun Katz has been the Sales Manager at Detec Systems for 5 years and has over 20 years of experience in customer service, sales and business administration. He's assisted contractors, architects, consultants, manufacturers, facility managers and building owners with forensic leak investigation and new design. His goal is to provide a basic understanding of Electronic Leak Detection and to assist design teams with ensuring valid and conclusive ELD.

Webinar link will be emailed to you several days prior to the webinar.

CEH Certificates will be emailed to you several days after the webinar.

Cancellation Policy

Refunds will be issued up to two weeks prior to the event.  After that time, no refunds will be permitted.

“No Shows” will not receive a refund.  Substitutions are permitted.

IIBEC Southern Ontario Chapter reserves the right to cancel a webinar at any time. Notification is via email to the email address provided with registration.

IIBEC SOC assumes no responsibility for issues resulting from such cancellations or email notification failure.