Concure wb 309 msds sheet

Technical Data Sheet Material Safety Data Sheet Concure B90 - Bitumen and hydrocarbon resin blend emulsified in water Suitable for curing all freshly laid concrete which also acts as a primer coat for asphalt and bitumen overlays ideally for bridge decks and road construction.

Safety Data Sheet Product name: FOSROC CONCURE WB30 CLEAR SDS No: PARANZEN000171 Issued: 8 September 2015 Version: 1.0 Page: 1 of 6 Non-Hazardous Substance, NON-Dangerous Goods 1. MATERIAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Product name: FOSROC CONCURE WB30 CLEAR Recommended use: Spray applied concrete curing compound. Concure WB . Concure WB is a water based concrete curing compound based on a low viscosity wax emulsion. It is supplied as a white emulsion which forms a clear film on drying. When first applied to a fresh cementitious surface the emulsion breaks to form a continuous, non-penetrating white coating. Get in touch Request a quote

Concure WB . Concure WB is a water based concrete curing compound based on a low viscosity wax emulsion. It is supplied as a white emulsion which forms a clear film on drying. When first applied to a fresh cementitious surface the emulsion breaks to form a continuous, non-penetrating white coating. Get in touch Request a quote Surface Treatments Overview. The processes of surface treatments, more formally surface engineering, tailor the surfaces of engineering materials to control friction and wear, improve corrosion resistance, change physical property, alter dimension and vary appearance.

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