Deep Penetrating Densifier is a low-viscosity chemical solution that will stop moisture vapor drive through cementitious surfaces such as concrete roofs, concrete walls and concrete floors, stone, brick and block-masonry, by penetrating 2 to 4 inches into the porous substrate. This densifier works by filling the capillaries with a modified potassium silicate solution comprised of a non-flammable, non-toxic, silica gel that internally strengthens and waterproofs the cementious surfaces. DPD blocks and reduces vapor emissions and grows into an integral part of the building material.
Concrete areas being treated with a pH level of less than 10 require SS Concrete Densifier Catalyst (CDC). In the event that the concrete or masonry surface is extremely deteriorated, it may require the Penetrating Densifier with Lithium (PDL).
Concrete Densifier Catalyst is a Sodium Bicarbonate Solution that is applied to a surface treated with DPD in order to activate the alkali required to produce a consistent reaction in the concrete within a timely manner. A clean and protected substrate is then ready for repairs and a Water Repellent sealer or StrucSureCoat, a single-component epoxy-hybrid wall coating.
Deep Penetrating Densifier
Penetrating Water Repellent
The penetrating sealers and water repellent provides long-lasting durability and does not alter the appearance of the concrete or masonry it is applied to.