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Basement wall sealers information. How to seal basement walls using a penetrating basement walls sealer.

Basement wall sealers information. How to seal basement walls using a penetrating basement walls sealer.

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  • 1. Sealing BasementWalls Waterproof, strengthen, and protect your basement walls and floor by sealing it with a Foundation Armor concrete sealer. Foundation Armor concrete sealers do not change the look or color of the concrete. Once the crystallization has fully matured, the basement walls and floor can be paint, stained, coated, or finished. Sealers are guaranteed for a lifetime.
  • 2. FOUNDATION ARMOR TM SEALERS STOP: FOUNDATION ARMOR TM SEALERS INCREASE: Water and vapor migration up to 100psi •Overall strength, hardness, and density by up to 45% Moisture vapor transmission up to .015 WVT •Bond strength of epoxies, paints, and stains by up to Alkali attack and efflorescence attack 20%FOUNDATION ARMOR TM SEALERS REDUCE: Transmission of hazardous gases, including FOUNDATION ARMOR TM SEALERS: Radon NEVER peel, flake, or fade The absorption of chemicals, chlorides, solvents, fats and oils NEVER stain from exposure to UV rays Internal chlorides by up to 50%-90% NEVER leave behind a slippery surface coating NEVER have to be re-applied or maintainedFOUNDATION ARMOR TM SEALERS PREVENT: The growth of mold, mildew, bacteria, lichen, and moss Flaking, cracking, scaling and spalling caused during freeze-thaw cycles Surface deterioration and discoloration
  • 3. Water plus cement produces Calcium Silicate Hydrate (C-S-H) in a process known as Hydration. C-S-H is the binding system for concrete. Combined with the aggregate, C-S-H gives concrete its hardness and strength.A reactive byproduct of the Hydration process is Calcium Hydroxide. When a Foundation Armor concrete sealer is applied to concrete, it reacts with the existing Calcium Hydroxide to produce additional C-S-H. This additional C-S-H is what provides the increased hardness and densification by up to 45%, and water resistance up to 100 PSI.Foundation Armor concrete sealers have the highest percentage of reactive material, and are optimized to make the silicate available more quickly for more rapid C-S-H formation.
  • 4.  Clean the concrete, make sure it is free of paints, stains, sealers, and anything that will prevent a sealer from penetrating. Dilute the Armor sealer of choice with the required amount of water. Using a garden sprayer, saturate the concrete with the diluted sealer. Let dry.
  • 5.  Armor S1000 TM  Penetrates concrete up to 2”  Proprietary Sodium Silicate Blend  2 Coat Application, 24-Hour Dry Time Armor S2000 TM  Penetrates concrete up to 4”  Proprietary Sodium Silicate PLUS Blend  2 Coat Application, 24-Hour Dry Time Armor L3000 TM  Penetrates concrete up to 2”  Proprietary Lithium Silicate Blend  1 Coat Application, 6-Hour Dry Time
  • 6. Armor S1000 TM The Armor S1000 TM is a permanent sealer that penetrates up to 2” into the substrate. Retail: $109.95/Gallon Armor S1000 TM – Where To Use The Armor S1000 TM concrete sealer can be used on:  Interior and exterior concrete, above and below grade.  Vertical and horizontal uncoated concrete surfaces.  Poured concrete, concrete bricks, concrete blocks, concrete slabs, concrete pavers, and stamped concrete.  New and old concrete.  Concrete with water, moisture, vapor, and radon permeability issues. Armor S1000 TM – Preparation  New concrete must cure for a minimum of 28 days.  Concrete must be free of paints, stains, oils, chemicals, sealers, and dyes.  Remove any efflorescence, mold, or mildew prior to application.  Surface can be swept or power washed prior to application. Armor S1000 TM – Application  Dilute Armor S1000 TM sealer with 3 parts warm to hot water.  Using a garden sprayer, spray on surface of concrete.  Immediately following the first coat (wait at least 30-45 minutes between coats), apply a second coat.  Roll out any puddles with a brush or roller, or wipe up an excess materials with a clean cloth.  Use product when temperature is between 50-900F (10-320C). Armor S1000 TM Dry Time Let dry 24 hours. Armor S1000 TM Coverage One gallon of the Armor S1000 TM is diluted with 3 parts warm water and covers up to 1,250 square feet. For old or porous concrete, or for applications that require a third coat, expect one gallon to cover up to 700 square feet.
  • 7. Armor S2000 TM The Armor S2000 TM is a permanent sealer that penetrates up to 4” into the substrate. Retail: $129.95/Gallon Armor S2000 TM – Where To Use The Armor S2000 TM concrete sealer can be used on:  Interior and exterior concrete, above and below grade.  Vertical and horizontal uncoated concrete surfaces.  Poured concrete, concrete bricks, concrete blocks, concrete slabs, concrete pavers, and stamped concrete.  New and old concrete.  Concrete with water, moisture, vapor, and radon permeability issues. Armor S2000 TM – Preparation  New concrete must cure for a minimum of 28 days.  Concrete must be free of paints, stains, oils, chemicals, sealers, and dyes.  Remove any efflorescence, mold, or mildew prior to application.  Surface can be swept or power washed prior to application. Armor S2000 TM – Application  Dilute Armor S2000 TM sealer with 3 parts warm to hot water.  Using a garden sprayer, spray on surface of concrete.  Immediately following the first coat (wait at least 30-45 minutes  between coats), apply a second coat.  Roll out any puddles with a brush or roller, or wipe up an excess  materials with a clean cloth.  Use product when temperature is between 50-900F (10-320C). Armor S2000 TM Dry Time Let dry 24 hours. Armor S2000 TM Coverage One gallon of the Armor S2000 TM is diluted with 3 parts warm water and covers up to 1,250 square feet. For old or porous concrete, or for applications that require a third coat, expect one gallon to cover up to 700 square feet.
  • 8. Armor L3000 TM The Armor L3000 TM is a permanent sealer that penetrates up to 4” into the substrate. Retail: $149.95/Gallon Armor L3000 TM – Where To Use The Armor L3000 TM concrete sealer can be used on:  Interior and exterior concrete, above and below grade.  Vertical and horizontal uncoated concrete surfaces.  Poured concrete, concrete bricks, concrete blocks, concrete slabs, concrete pavers, and stamped concrete.  New and old concrete.  Concrete with water, moisture, vapor, and radon permeability issues. Armor L3000 TM – Preparation  New concrete must cure for a minimum of 28 days.  Concrete must be free of paints, stains, oils, chemicals, sealers, and dyes.  Remove any efflorescence, mold, or mildew prior to application.  Surface can be swept or power washed prior to application. Armor L3000 TM – Application  Dilute Armor L3000 TM sealer with 1 part warm to hot water.  Using a garden sprayer, saturate the surface of concrete.  Roll out any puddles with a brush or roller, or wipe up an excess materials with a clean cloth.  Use product when temperature is between 50-900F (10-320C). Armor L3000 TM Dry Time Let dry 6 hours. Armor L3000 TM Coverage One gallon of the Armor L3000 TM is diluted with 1 part warm water and covers up to 900 square feet. For old or porous concrete, or for applications that require a third coat, expect one gallon to cover up to 700 square feet.
  • 9. Foundation Armor TMWe hope you have enjoyed thepresentation. Please visitFoundationArmor.com foraccess to our brochures andspecial programs.Foundation Armor866-306-0246FoundationArmor.com