Waterproofing for Extreme Conditions
This new system is called SD1 Waterproofing which is based upon silicate technology in waterproofing. The system comprises of high quality, 2-component, cement free, silicate based waterproofing mortars Remmers SD1-W and SD1-F for vertical and horizontal surfaces, respectively.
This breakthrough in waterproofing has been possible by incorporating the silicate technology into the waterproofing system resulting in a new generation product. These special protective substances bonds in the pores and capillaries of the building materials, giving them completely new properties. Due to completely insoluble silicate compounds in SD-1, surfaces remain free from damage when subjected to extreme loads like high temperature, chemicals, mechanical degradation or solvents.
|SD-1 is very useful in industries and agriculture|
|Sector||Areas of Application|
|Agriculture||Biogas plants, Stables, Feed and horizontal silos, Milking facilities, Feeding stations|
|Industry||Solar Industry, Biological and chemical industry, Paint and varnish industry, Metal and sheet metal industry, Waste and sewage industry, Pharmaceutical industry|
SD-1 Waterproofing is going to solve problems related to concrete deterioration (due to high temperature, chemicals and mechanical abrasion) by prolonging the life of the structure and by ensuring high usability. lt will find its extensive usage in the Industrial and Agriculture sectors.
This unique and innovative product has been introduced by Remmers India, wholly owned subsidiary of Remmers AG, Germany.
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Posted on Tue, Apr 17th, 2012, in What's new and tagged Concrete, Construction and Maintenance, environment, horizontal silos, Materials and Supplies, silicate technology, Waterproof. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.