Saltguard

Deeply penetrating water and salt barrier

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Saltguard

Deeply penetrating water and salt barrier

Saltguard is a solvent-based, general-purpose, silane/siloxane water repellent and chloride screen for concrete and masonry, including concrete block, and clay and concrete brick surfaces. Saltguard protects horizontal and vertical surfaces from moisture intrusion and chemical attack of chloride salts, reducing rebar corrosion and surface spalling.

Available at distributors nationwide. Call 888-216-3028.

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Colleen Peters, Hard Surface Care Customer Support

  • Non film-forming – won’t create a slippery surface.
  • Effective chloride ion screen protects against salts and salt air.
  • Deep penetration.
  • Treated surfaces “breathe” – does not trap moisture.
  • Alkaline stable – suitable for new “green” concrete, 14–28 days old.
  • SHELF LIFE2 years in tightly sealed, unopened container
  • VOC CONTENT713 g/L
  • FORMClear, slightly yellow liquid; mild petroleum odor
  • PH Non-applicable
  • COVERAGE RATE50-300 sq ft/gal. See Product Data Sheet for variations per substrate.
  • FREEZE POINT Non-applicable
  • FLASH POINT127° F (53° C) ASTM D 3278
  • TOTAL SOLIDS9%
  • WT/GAL6.61 lbs
  • AVAILABLE SIZES 1-gal, 5-gal, 55-gal

OVERVIEW

Saltguard may be used on horizontal surfaces such as sidewalks, tile and brick pavers. The low-odor formula also provides excellent protection for retaining walls, bridge pilings and other vertical areas. In coastal areas, Saltguard protects against salt air by reducing chloride penetration. Saltguard also prevents deep-seated staining by mud splashes and other waterborne contaminants.

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