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WATER SEAL EMULSION W.H

Production Description
Water Seal Emulsion W.H is based on balanced combination of siloxane pigments and finely dispersed emulsifying agents.

Uses
Water Seal Emulsion W.H is especially suitable for the following applications:

  1. As an addictive for effective and economical bonding slurries.
  2. For wear resistant, masonry and brick surfacing.
  3. For surface coatings where higher chemical resistance is required.

Advantages
Water Seal Emulsion W.H produces the following advantages:

  1. Greater bond on brick, stone, plaster and concrete surfaces
  2. Improved workability
  3. More uniform surface finishing
  4. Greater water tightness and chemical resistance
  5. Improved cracking behavior

 

  • MULTI AA 640 ADMIXTURESProduction Description
    Multi AA 640 Admixture is a concrete plasticizer with a wide dosage range suitable for different concreting operation.Uses
  1. Improved surfaces
  2. Placing concrete in difficult conditions
  3. Pre-cast elements

Advantages

Multi AA 640 provides following advantages:
Improved workability without increased water

  1. Reduced water without loss of workability
  2. Increased strength
  3. Improved surface finish
  4. Reduced shrinkage and creep

 

  • EPOXY FLOORINGProduction Description

Epoxy flooring is a flooring surface that is made up of multiple layers of epoxy that is applied to the floor to a depth of at least two millimeters. The difference between an epoxy floor and an epoxy floor coating lies in the depth of the epoxy. As stated, an epoxy floor must be at least two millimeters thick. Any epoxy floor that is less than two millimeters thick is best referred to as an epoxy floor coating.

It is made up of two main components – resins and hardeners. The resin and hardener is mixed together where they chemically react to form a rigid plastic material that is strong, resistant to degradation and those bonds extremely well to its substrate. Epoxy floors are so strong that they can be used in even the most demanding of industrial environments.

Uses
The places you may consider using epoxy flooring include:

  1. Stores and show rooms
  2. Hair salons
  3. Auto shops
  4. Garages
  5. Basements
  6. Kitchens
  7. Bathrooms

Advantages

Epoxy flooring creates a beautiful, smooth surface for inside your home or business. Four times stronger than a 4-inch slab of concrete, epoxy floor coatings also excel at hiding the ugly imperfections in your concrete based surfaces.

 

  • EXPENSION JOINT SEALERProduction Description

A multi Purpose sealant and gap filler based on special polymers, after curing through moisture evaporation, it forms and attractive joint sealant.

Uses
It is used in:

  1. Pre-cost concrete panels.
  2. Around the doors and windows.
  3. Fixture and fillings.
  4. Naturally occurring joints between different building materials.
  5. Walls and roofs surface cracks.

Advantages

Expension Joint sealer is very easy to fill the gaps and joints.
Ready to use no further mixing is required.
Smooth attractive finish.

 

  • WATER SEAL SBRProduction Description

Water Seal SBR is a high performance transparent water repelling product which has been specially formulated to prevent water moisture penetration on mineral substrates like brick, stone and concrete, pebble dashing and all external renders.
It is an aqueous dispersion of very fine Styrene-Butadiene copolymers. It is modified with a cement emulsion stabilizer and a deformer. It also incorporates a surfactant and setting/hardening controlling agent.

Uses
In cementations mixes it improves:-

  1. Strength
  2. Work ability
  3. Chemical resistance
  4. Crack resistance
  5. Abrasion resistance
  6. Flexibility

 

  • CONSTRUCTIONCHEMICALS:The Construction chemicals are compounds that are added as such or in formulations to or on construction materials at the construction site in order to improve workability, enhance performance, add functionality or protect the construction material or the finished structure made out of it. They undergo chemical reactions (e.g., cross-linking) or physical changes (e.g., solidification from melt) during their application. The following groups of chemicals are discussed:
  1. Concrete admixtures
  2. Asphalt modifiers
  3. Adhesives and sealants
  4. Protective coatings
  • PLASTERSIZER:I where we use the traditional way of plastering, the walls are rendered with a first coat of sand and cement mix with a feb-mix plaster-sizer the render is leveled and Flattered off with a steel feather-edge tool then floated flat with a float with nails in, the walls are left over night then skimmed with a plaster finish.