VHCT water repellent impregnation for architectural concrete (semi-gloss)
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: water repellent impregnation, a colorless preparation for impregnation of mineral surfaces, based on silicone resins and water glass.
FIELD OF APPLICATION: colorless protection against rain with hydrophobization, concrete, elements of concrete structures, plasters, cellular concrete, cladding bricks, concrete facade panels, natural stone. Examples of use: protection of architectural concrete slabs against intense soiling, preventive protection of architectural concrete against carbonation, colorless hydrophobic protection of historic and historical buildings or buildings with specific architecture, hydrophobic protection of concrete walls and walls made of brick, synthetic stone and absorbent ceramic tiles.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS: after applying to the absorbent surface, the impregnat penetrates deeply into the substrate and reacts with moisture, which causes the hydrophobization of pores and capillaries. Thanks to these properties, without changing the appearance of the surface (it only creates a semi-gloss layer), the hydrophobic impregnation effectively protects against the effects of aggressive atmospheric factors, which together with water could penetrate deep into the material. The impregnation is highly resistant to UV radiation.
CONSUMPTION: depends on the absorbency of the substrate and is: Concrete: 0.15 - 0.30 kg / m2 ( 1L / 3-6 m2) per 1 layer, Cement plaster: 0.25 - 0.60 kg / m2 per layer, Natural stone: 0.10 - 0.30 kg / m2 per layer.
PACKING: 1L container.
(2D) VT series (3D) VT Series NC series
Usage per m2
[Effect: semi-gloss] Water repellent for architectural concrete
Differences between slab series
VT Series / DS Series
Architectonic concrete - smooth or medium porosity.
ORDER FULFILLMENT: 7-10 business days
5 YEARS WARRANTY(with the use of dedicated assembly chemistry)
11 shades of 2D slabs in wide range of 19 sizes (wall and floor).It's characterized by high frost and flame resistance. Perfect for interiors, as well as facades, floors and terraces.