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Performance Characteristics Of Water-based Curing Agent

Jul 07, 2020

Aqueous curing agent, which can play the role of curing the ground, plugging the ground, impervious ground, and dust-free ground. It is mainly used in the renovation of newly poured concrete floors or old floors. Through full penetration, its effective ingredients can quickly react with free calcium in concrete to form crystalline colloids to fill structural voids, increase the density of the structure, and make concrete The surface layer forms a rock-solid sealing entity, which greatly improves the strength and abrasion resistance of the concrete structure surface layer, thereby obtaining ground dustproof, anti-skid, abrasion-resistant, hard, compression-resistant, impermeable, weather-resistant, chemical-resistant, and bright , Environmental protection, etc., greatly extend the service life of the ground.

   Performance characteristics

   Hardness: Mohs hardness will reach 8-9 and the Mohs hardness will increase by 45.3% after being treated with concrete penetration seal water-based curing agent.

  Wear resistance: The concrete penetration seal water-based curing agent can cure various components in the concrete into a hard entity to increase the hardness and compactness. After the ground used is cured, the wear resistance will be increased to more than 8 times;

   Dustproof: The concrete penetration seal water-based curing agent chemically reacts with the silicate in the concrete to form a dust-free, dense whole on the surface of the concrete, which controls the precipitation of concrete dust from the surface voids.

  Non-slip: For general concrete floors, salt and alkali components will precipitate out of the surface, causing slippage. But the ground is different. It forms a solid and dense whole on the surface of the concrete, and the salt and alkali components will not be precipitated from the surface.

   Compression: The compressive strength of the treated sample is increased by 27.3% compared with the untreated sample, and the flexural strength is increased by more than 3 times.

   Impermeability: It can effectively penetrate into the concrete and react with it to lock the pores inside. It has a sealing effect on the concrete surface and can effectively inhibit water, oil and other surface dirt from entering the concrete.