Kordon Termite Barrier - The New Australian Standard in Termite Protection

Kordon Termite Barrier is a flexible termite protection system that offers guaranteed termite protection, when installed in conjunction with a concrete slab. Kordon Termite Barrier can be installed as a perimeter termite barrier to all building types such as in-fill slabs, waffle pods, slab edge rebates or bearer and joist construction. Kordon Termite Barrier can also be installed as a termite protection system for pipes and penetrations.



Does Kordon comply to the BCA (Building Code of Australia)?
Yes - Both Kordon TMB and Kordon Termite Barrier are alternative solutions under the Building Code of Australia.

Is Kordon dangerous?
No - Kordon is environmentally friendly. It is harmless to people and is an allergy free product. Kordon has been recommended for primary schools and for aged care buildings. Kordon is classified as a 'building product'.

Is Kordon an Australian product?
Yes - Kordon is an Australian invention and is made in South Australia. Kordon is undergoing trials in other countries and Kordon will be an Australian export in the future.

Does Kordon leach?
No - The termiticide used in Kordon is not water soluble. Kordon will not leach from the webbing.

Does UV damage Kordon.?
After 6 months of in-house trials Kordon was not damaged from exposure to the elements. - the trial evaluation was discontinued after 6 months. Kordon is a UV stabilised product.

How does Kordon stand up to wear and tear on a construction site?
Kordon is a very tough material, the 2 plastic sheets and the fibrous webbing make a very durable and robust sheet that is particularly forgiving on a building site.

How does Kordon stop Termites?
Kordon prevents the concealed entry of termites into a building when installed as per the manufacturers specifications. The deltamethrin present in the webbing creates a physical barrier that termites cannot penetrate.

Can Kordon be used as antcapping?
Yes, Kordon can be used as ant capping.

How long will Kordon last, what term of protection can I expect for my new house?
Based on trial work that has been carried out, Kordon has been extrapolated to last a minimum of 50 years to date by the CSIRO. This information is supported by 17 years of trial data.