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Chemcure 200 Concrete only Requirement

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Waterproofing problems solved for engineers / Architects

Problem: Concrete's Leaking
Solution: A chemical approach to solving permanent sealing and waterproofing problems

 

Description:

Chemcure 200, a clear chemical solution applied to concrete in accordance with specifications. This sealant penetrates 20mm deep internally into concrete and undergoes two chemical combinations:

  • Providing a hardened zone of low permeability
  • The ingress of water and chloride ions from salt environments is inhibited

Performing Actions:

Chemcure 200 precipitates two separate chemical reactions; on entering concrete it reacts with lime increasing its hardness.  Further reaction with the lime in concrete creates a polymerised water-displacing thixotrope that pore-blocks the microscopic voids present in concrete, permanently preventing the ingress of water.  This internal approach continues by bridging and sealing hairline cracks up to 3mm and prevents further cracking.

Uses:

  • Waterproofing concrete structures
  • High traffic areas, factory floors, airport, airways
  • Concrete and block buildings, bricks
  • Dust free and hardening of concrete floors
  • New concrete roofs.
  • Bridges, carparks
  • Old existing roofs, tile roofs water reservoirs, dams, tanks, drinking water vessels
  • Preservation of old existing concrete buildings

(Brick buildings and existing old swimming pools, may require 1 coat Chemseal 400 before and treatment is used.)

Warranty / Liability

Special Finishes (NZ) Ltd provides all the enclosed information in good faith but without warrantee and is to assist your application. However the use of this product being used is beyond their control. The manufacturers can accept no responsibility whatsoever for any damage or failure arising from its application or use. It is totally the responsibility of the user to insure that the product is suitable for its intended use.