Dry Treat 100N Sealer in New Zealand
Dry Treat in New Zealand Mob: 021 930 066 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
DRY-TREAT 100N™ is an impregnating, invisible and breathable sealer that protects engineering concrete from damage caused by water and water-borne chloride ion salts. Exposed surfaces become easier to clean, maintain and keep looking good for longer. DRY-TREAT 100N provides lasting protection for engineering concrete.
Typical applications: DRY-TREAT 100N™ is suitable for a wide variety of applications, including marine infrastructure (such as bridges, wharves and jetties), building facades, car parks and swimming pool surrounds. It is the ideal preventive maintenance measure to maintain the condition of a concrete structure by protecting it from deterioration or slowing down the rate of deterioration.
Benefits: DRY-TREAT 100N™ is able to repel water and water-borne chloride ion salts (from de-icing salts and sea water); non film-forming; able to work without changing the appearance of the surface - keeps the original look; able to greatly reduce water uptake and minimize moss growth, freeze thaw spalling and efflorescence; an excellent chloride ion salt screen by 98 per cent - ideal for marine and pool areas; highly water vapour permeable - able to breathe so there is no build-up of subsurface moisture allowing it dry out; deeply penetrating - protecting against weathering and wearing; solvent free - 100 per cent active ingredient; very alkali resistant - won't breakdown in contact with cement based materials, and able to seal hairline cracks up to 0.3 mm (0.012 in.), retards reinforcement corrosion (even in carbonated concrete), reduces alkali aggregate reactions and does not flake or peel. The treatment can extend the service life of reinforced concrete by up to 100 years.
Warranty: The treatment is considered permanent and A 30-YEAR PERFORMANCE WARRANTY is offered when applied by an Level 4 Dry-Treat Accredited Applicator following our written instructions and site treated samples tested by us.
Application rates: Total application rate is two coats; each coat of 0.3 Litre per sq.m. i.e. a total of one litre per 1.66 sq.m.
How to use:
- ALWAYS TEST PRODUCT ON A SMALL AREA FIRST and allow a 24 hour cure time to determine the ease of application and desired results.
- Ensure surfaces to be treated are dry, clean and free of residues.
- Product is to be applied without thinning.
- Generously saturate the surface with product using a low-pressure hand spray, a clean brush, or similar. Surface should have a mirror-like "wet" look for 3-5 seconds. Avoid contact with surrounding areas.
- After a minimum of 6 hours, repeat Step 4. Total application rate is approximately one litre per 1.66 sq. metres depending on absorption.
- Allow 10 minutes for product to penetrate surface then polish surface with a clean white dry cloth to remove excess product.
- Clean equipment with methylated spirits.
- Sealer will not prevent surface etching or wear and may lighten or darken some surfaces.
Corrosion Inhibitor: An optional amino corrosion inhibitor can be added to DRY-TREAT 100N to make DRY-TREAT 100N CI. It is an excellent electro-potential corrosion inhibitor for steel reinforcement. DRY-TREAT 100N CI works to significantly reduce the corrosion currents by chemically interrupting the electrolytic current and causing a decrease in the corrosion process. The inhibitor component has a high affinity to steel and forms a protective film on the steel surface and also scavenges oxygen.
Precautions: Do not take internally. Apply when surface temperature is between 5 - 35ºC (40 - 95ºF). Avoid moisture contact with the surface for six hours after application. Protect surrounding areas from over-spray. Keep away from drains, plants, water and soil. Use only in well-ventilated areas. Use a positive pressure respirator if ventilation is inadequate. Wear suitable solvent-resistant gloves, protective clothing, safety goggles and an organic vapour respirator during application. Avoid applying in windy conditions. Wash hands thoroughly.
Active content: Greater than 99 per cent isobutyl triethoxy silane. It complies with UK Highways Agency BD 43/03 "The Impregnation of Reinforced and Pre-stressed Concrete Highway Structures Using Hydrophobic Pore-Lining Impregnants" and BS EN 1504-2:2004 "Products and Systems for the Protection and Repair of Concrete Structures".
Pack size: 20 and 200 litre steel drums.
VOC: 390 grams per Litre.
Ganilau Office Block, Fiji
Ports Authority of Fiji (10,000 sq m)
HONG KONG Siu Hong Station, KCR In-situ concrete Route 8 Ngong Sheun Chau Viaduct - HK Dept of Highways Stone Cutter Bridge Deep Bay Project
Power Station, ABB, Selatan
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Port Moresby Port
Lae Jetty, Morobe Province
Kawieng Fish Wharf, New Ireland
Changi Wharf, Department of Defence (28,000 sq m).
Extension of PSA International Terminal
Tuas Power Station Fuel Oil Unloading Jetty
Tanjong Rhu Suspension Bridge
Senoko Fish Markets (SSR supplied material)
Cable Car Tower (SSR supplied material)
Pulau Seraya Bridge (SSR supplied material)
Shell Ular Bridge (SSR supplied material)
Sydney Opera House, Australia (3,000 sq m)
Anzac Bridge, Sydney, Australia (5,000 sq m)
International Terminal, Sydney Airport
ANZ Banking Corporation, Sydney
St Mary's Sewerage Treatment works
Campbelltown Bridge, Campbelltown
Water Board Sewage Tank, Terry Hills
PWD Wharf, Eden
Amphibious Landing Wharf Woolwich
Dept of Housing, Waterloo
Water Board, Penshurst Reservoir
Readers Digest Building, Sydney
Bronte Surf Club, Bronte
Barneys Point Bridge, Tweed Heads
Darling Harbour Convention Centre, Sydney
King Street Car Park, Newcastle
Newcastle Foreshore, Newcastle
RTA North Coast Bridges, Grafton
City West Pyrmont Wharves
Franklins Distribution Centre, Ingleburn
Bulk Liquids Berth, Port Botany
Kooragang Island Bridge, Kooragang
Campbell's Cove Wharf, Dawes Point
RTA Swansea Bridge
RTA Woronora Bridge
Wyong Council, The Entrance Bridge
Wyong Council, Box Culverts
RTA Taree Bridges
PWD, Ulladulla Wharf
Macquarie University, Sydney
Nowra Bridge, Shoalhaven Council
AAP Centre, Sydney
St Huberts Island Bridge, Gosford City Council
Munmorah Power Station, Intake Canal Bridge
Vales Point Power Station, Bund Walls,
North Sydney Olympic Pool
Philip Island Bridge
Patterson River Bridge
Nelson River Bridge
Residence, 322 Albert St, East Melbourne, VIC
Residence, 53 Washington St, Toorak, VIC
Flinders Power Station, Port Augusta
Northern Power Station, Civil Repairs
Torrens Island Power Station
Torrens Island Access Bridge
No 4 Wharf, Outer Harbour, North Mackay
Pimpama Flood Structure, Kerkin
QLD Rail, Coomera Bridge
QLD Rail, Gold Coast Rail Link Piles
Townsville Port Authority, Berths 1 & 2
QLD Rail, Boat Creek Bridge
QLD Rail Yeppoon Flats Bridges
QLD Rail, Coorparoo Creek Bridges
Optus Tower, Mackay
QLD Rail, Box Culverts
Cairns Port Authority, Berths 5 & 8
Cairns Port Authority, New Wharf Qld
QLD Rail, Ross River Bridges
Port of Brisbane Corporation, Fisherman's Wharf - Coal Terminal
Mackay Port Authority
Pasminco, Karumba Jetty
Westrail, Bunbury Railway Bridge
CBH Wharf, Fremantle
Hot Briquette Mill Port Headland BHP
Westrail sleepers, Eastern Goldfields Line
State Dept of Transport
Alice Springs Prison
Alice Springs Correctional Centre