A penetrating hardener, modified with 100% polymer resin with a special surfactant for fresh and old concrete. Creates a curing membrane for uniform hardening of fresh concrete. Has a CE MARKING
Adseal NANO-LITHIUM properties are deeper penetration, faster installation and reduced reaction times but also creates a curing membrane for even hardening of fresh concrete – cannot peel or flake.
Recommended for hard and tightly trowelled concrete .
Binds loose, friable and porous mineral substrates whilst hardening structure and binding dust.
Used on paving, floors and walls including
And other high traffic areas
Suitable for use on mineral substrates such as concrete, stone and plaster and can be coloured with Adseal NANO-Colour. Use also on lime paints to convert the surface into a hard, ceramic like, coating, which, after reaction, cannot peel, or flake.
Simple and cost effective to apply. Zero VOC, non-flammable, no odour and safe to use. For use both indoors and outdoors. This product has a CE marking
DOUBLE CONCENTRATED – dilute 1 : 1 with water yields 12% solids –higher than industry standard of 8%
Very hard surfaces 1 : 2 water
Hard 1 : 1
Normal 1 : 0.5
Faster cure rate accepts pedestrian traffic after 1-2 hours and light vehicles after 24 hours. The most suitable hardener for polished concrete. Recommended for hard, tightly trowelled concrete. This product has a CE marking
Application rate: Normal surface 6-8 m²/litre
[depending on porosity] Power floated surface 10-15 m²/litre
Available in 5 litre & 20 litre containers
For instructions on creating a fabulous polished concrete floor click here
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20L concentrate, 5L concentrate
I have applied Adseal Nano Lithium plus densifier to a concrete garage floor and I believe I've used enough for a complete penetration. However, are there any adverse consequences in using a second application after first has dried (to ensure full penetration). Will the second application actually penetrate or will the first application prevent it? Thank you.
You are fine to apply multiple coats of the Densifier.Drew Palin