Passive Protection

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Saltguard WB

Is a ready to use water based, VOC compliant silane/siloxane water repellent and chloride screen for the protection of concrete and masonry surfaces. Saltguard WB penetrates more deeply than conventional water or solvent based water repellents. Low odour and alkaline stable, Saltguard WB is ideal for field or in plant application to concrete and most masonry surfaces. Saltguard WB protects horizontal and vertical surfaces from moisture intrusion and chemical attack of chloride salt.

SL100 Water Repellent

Is a clear, penetrating neat silane that offers invisible protection and low volatility. SL100 protects concrete and masonry surfaces against water and waterborne contaminant.

SLX100

Water and Oil Repellent combines water and oil repellency to prevent staining by waterborne or oily substances and many types of graffiti. This clear, penetrating neat silane offers invisible protection and low volatility

OH Consolidation Treatment

The intent of conservation treatment is to restore the structural integrity to the crumbling, decaying masonry, OH Consolidation Treatment is based on silicic ethyl esters. Their extremely small molecular structure enables then to penetrate deeply into deteriorated masonry surfaces, collecting at contact points between individual stone grains. An internal catalyst and atmospheric humidity then converts the liquid consolidant into a glass like silicon dioxide (siO2) gel which binds the stone particles together. Exhibiting chemical characteristics which are virtually identical to that of the natural stone, the newly deposited SiO2 cementing matrix replaces the stone’­s natural cement, which has been lost due to weathering influences.

Sand Joint Stabiliser

Controls erosion of loose sand joints commonly employed with interlocking concrete pavers, clay pavers, natural stone or decorative concrete paving. This durable, blended polymer consolidates loose sand joints and protects treated paving from water penetration and related staining. Loose laid paved surfaces treated with Sand Joint Stabiliser resist weed growth and are easier to maintain.

Impreg Fresh Concrete Protector

Is a specifically designed product to protect alkaline fresh pH>9 concrete against water, oil and other stains including graffiti. It retards the deterioration of treated surfaces, simplifies maintenance, and also reduces or eliminates efflorescence. Impreg fresh concrete protector is waterbased and can be applied on fresh concrete after 24 hours. It impregnates the concrete without filmforming, maintaining water and vapour permeability.

GSS14

Is a high performance invisible fluoroacrylate copolymer water oil and stain repellent impregnation for use on interior and exterior stone, quarry tiles, concrete and other mineral-based substrates. This easy-to-use protective treatment drastically improves stain resistance, eases removal of graffiti and simplifies maintenance cleaning.

Consolideck LS

Consolideck® LS is the premium hardener, densifier and sealer for concrete surfaces. This penetrating lithium silicate treatment reacts with the concrete to produce insoluble calcium silicate hydrate within the concrete pores. Treated surfaces resist damage from water and surface abrasion. The increased surface hardness imparted by LS® reduces dusting and simplifies maintenance producing a cleaner, healthier environment. Safer, faster and easier to apply than conventional sodium or potassium silicate hardeners.

Consolideck LS/CS

Provides an advanced, blended alternative to conventional sodium or potassium silicate surface hardeners. This penetrating silicate treatment reacts with concrete to produce insoluble calcium silicate hydrate within the concrete pores. Consolideck® LS/CS® is appropriate for freshly troweled “green” concrete, or existing floors of any age. Hardening/densifying with LS/CS® renders concrete floors dustproof (Class ‘O’ fire, Fire Propagation Test BS 476: Part 6. 1989 Class O. Surface Spread of Flames Test BS 476: Part 7. 1987 Class 0)