CHEM-CRETE SOFIX® CCC700
Hydrophilic & Hygroscopic Moisture & Vapor Blocker up to 16 Lbs per 1000 ft² per 24 Hours
Chem-Crete SofiX CCC700 is a unique one of a kind water-based crystallization product specifically designed to permanently block moisture and vapor transmission in concrete or masonry structures up to 16 lb per 1000 ft2 per 24 Hours*. Application of the Chem-Crete SofiX CCC700 system blocks moisture and vapor movement through concrete and masonry substrates within 24 hours. The Chem-Crete SofiX CCC700 can be easily applied by spraying or rolling. Chem-Crete SofiX CCC700 is designed to be applied to concrete substrates that are 7 days or older. The Chem-Crete SofiX CCC700 is formulated to enhance deep penetration into the concrete substrate through capillary action. The product components migrate deep into the concrete substrate to form a hygroscopic and hydrophilic crystalline material which permanently blocks the concrete and masonry substrate pores. Even under the influence of constant hydrostatic pressure, the crystallization continues to fill and block the migration of moisture through the concrete substrate. The crystallization activity of the SofiX CCC700 system is continuous while moisture is present. The product becomes inactive during dry conditions and is fully reactivated when moisture or moisture vapor are present. The unique “reactivation” is the key in providing permanent waterproofing protection for any concrete or masonry substrate. Chem-Crete SofiX CCC700 is an odorless, colorless, clear liquid with very low viscosity that allows it to penetrate deeply into a concrete substrate or other masonry products. The product protects preserves and waterproofs without any surface film formation or color change.
* ASTM F1869: Standard Test Method for Measuring Moisture Vapor Emission Rate of Concrete Subfloor Using Anhydrous Calcium Chloride.
1 GAL JUG.
4 - 1 GAL JUG.
5 GAL PAIL.
55 GAL DRUM.
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