Concrete Sealing Process

By SEAL NOW

Our Premier Concrete Sealant

More than just a coating, Seal Now concrete sealant chemically reacts to concrete surfaces and develops an internal layer of protection. This new material that is created is neither a concrete material nor a sealant, but it has the best properties of both.
Our concrete sealant protects against such abrasives as acids, salts, and oils while providing permanent protection against pitting, corrosion, and deterioration. It also helps prevent water leakage, deterioration, and staining. And it increases concrete strength up to 23%.
 

BEFORE SEAL NOW

AFTER SEAL NOW

Protect and Beautify

You can protect and beautiful your concrete floors, basements, and driveways with the Seal Now solution:

>> Eliminates water leakage

» Reduces sweating

» Prevents dusting, pitting, and scaling due to salt

» Guards against stains (including oil)

» Increases concrete strength up to 23%

» Is environmentally friendly

» Seals, weatherproofs, hardens, and preserves most concrete surfaces

» Penetrates 0.5 to 1.5 inches deep in the concreate and forms an internal seal and water barrier

» Holds a hydrostatic head which significantly reduces dampness, mold, rutting, and dusting

» Protects steel within the concrete from corrosion

» Uniformly cures, improves resistance to spot drying and hair checking

» Provides a prepared surface for better bonding of concrete toppings, adhesives, and paints

» Requires just a one-time application

» Can be applied from the inside of a structure

» Extends the life of paint, concrete toppings, and adhesives

» Slows oils, grease, acids, and salts from penetrating and breaking down the concrete

» Densifies and hardens concrete permanently

» Reduces breeding environment for harmful bacteria

» Reduces disagreeable odors

» Provides a nonslip surface

» Will not alter color, texture, or any other physical characteristic of the concrete surface

» Leaves a natural finish without a film or membrane

» Reduces breeding environment for harmful bacteria

» May be applied as soon as forms are removed from new concrete
 

» Slows weathering

When and Where to Use

» Seepage

» High chloride areas (salt)

» Deteriorating concrete

» Environments with hydraulic fluids and oils
 
 

» New concrete (to preserve and prevent problems)

» Hardening

» Sweating

» Curing

» Bacteria/odor

» Sour gas or H2S04 (sulfuric acid)

» Dusting
 
 

» Freeze/thaw conditions

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