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Salt Protector S100

Salt Protector S100 is a deep penetrating sealer designed to protect concrete surfaces, decks, pavements, parking structures, ramps, bridges, marine platforms, lane barriers, etc.; it also protects against corrosive, adverse effects of de-icing salts (chloride screens), moisture, weathering, and scaling of concrete structures.

Salt Protector S100 is also excellent for brick masonry and many types of stone masonry.

Advantages:

– Provides an excellent chloride screen.
– Extremely high alkali resistant.
– Dries tack-free; skid resistant surfaces.
– Long lasting protection for new and old concrete surfaces.

Technical Data: Salt Protector S100 has met or surpassed all of the following specifications.

– SS-W-100 C Federal specifications.
– Alberta Transportation and utility procedure (ATST2a).
– Active Solid: 12%.
– Solvent: Mineral spirits.
– Flash Point: 112° F (44° C).
– Shelf Life: 1 year.
– Chemical Family: Organofunctional silane and siloxane.

Applications: Surface should be free of all dust, debris, oil, and stains. Caulk all joints and cracks, and patch surfaces before applying. Use a low-pressure sprayer, roller, or brush for application.

For Old Concrete: Remove any tar, oil, and/or rust stains by using a high-pressure washer; use EST, Inc.’s Heavy Duty Cleaner to remove stains.

New Concrete: The surface should be well cured using water, wet burlap, polyethylene, or curing paper. Membrane or chemical curing compounds should be removed by using a high-pressure washer and EST, Inc.’s Heavy Duty Cleaner.

For Vertical Surfaces: Application can be made with a low-pressure sprayer using 10 to 20 psi, or can be applied with a roller or brush. When spraying vertical surfaces, let the material run down 5 to 15 inches, saturating the surface from the contact point; spray the surface again before the surface dries.

For Horizontal Surfaces: Flood the surface using a low-pressure sprayer with 10 to 20 psi, or use a roller, brush, or broom; apply evenly. Let the surface absorb the solution and follow-up immediately with a second application before the surface dries; redistribute any puddles or free standing material.

Coverage Rate/Curing Time: Exact coverage will depend upon the porosity and density of the surface. Initial cure will take 16 to 24 hours; maximum cure will require up to 7 days.

– Concrete (broom finish): 100 estimate square feet/gallon.
– Concrete (smooth): 125 – 175 estimate square feet/gallon.
– Concrete (steel trowel finish): 150 – 200 estimate square feet/gallon.
– Stucco: 100 estimate square feet/gallon.
– Exposed Aggregate: 100 – 150 estimate square feet/gallon.
– Concrete Blocks: 75 estimate square feet/gallon.
– Brick Masonry: 150 – 200 estimate square feet/gallon.

Clean Up: Use mineral spirits and xylem to clean tools and equipment.

Caution: Not recommended to be used at, or below, 40° F. Test all surfaces for suitability. Keep off glass surfaces; if contact occurs, clean immediately. Not suitable for asphalt surfaces. Use in a well ventilated area only. Do not dilute or alter the product. Protect glass metal and other non-masonry surfaces from over spray. Do not use over curing membrane.

Guarantee/Warranty/Liability: On an individual project base, EST, Inc. will provide a material only written warranty up to 5 years. EST, Inc. has no control over the storage, handling, or use of this product. The guarantee is limited to the purchase price of the defective material only.

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