protection of engineering concrete and masonry
CONCRÈME™ is a specialist civil engineering product - the ultimate sealing technology for the protection of engineering concrete and masonry from damage caused by water and water borne salts.
Permanent bonding silanes have been routinely used across the globe for almost 50 years, as the best protective sealer for large concrete structures, particularly in salt water and de-icing salt environments. Silanes do, however, produce VOC emissions (alcohol) during the bonding process, so their use is being curtailed. California and Hong Kong are two places where use of silanes has been restricted with serious implications for the maintenance of large expensive concrete structures such as bridges, wharfs and highways.
CONCRÈME™ is a new technology - the worlds only low VOC, permanent bonding silane which passes California's new world best practice VOC guideline.Find a Retailer
Precautions, Safety Directions and Storage:
Do not take internally. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. Avoid inhaling vapours. Wear latex gloves and safety goggles during application. No smoking, keep away from naked lights or ignition sources. Keep container tightly sealed in a cool, well ventilated place. Use product before expiry date.
If swallowed, drink a glass of water and contact a physician. If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly. If irritation persists, contact a physician. If in eyes, hold open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and contact a physician. If vapors are inhaled, relocate to fresh air. If symptoms persist, contact a physician.
Spillage – Take up mechanically or with absorbent material such as sand, earth or vermiculite. Remove all ignition sources.
Not regulated for transport of dangerous goods: DOT (Road), IMDG (Ocean), IATA (Air) Transport.
Use product within 24 months of purchase. Keep container tightly sealed, in a cool well-ventilated place. It is recommended that this product is best used within seven days from opening to avoid possible spoiling.