Coating Failure

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Coating failure and delamination from concrete surfaces is a widespread and costly problem.  Failure can occur due to numerous reasons, such as inadequate surface preparation or improper application. 

Coating failure and delamination due to:

  • Moisture transmission from within the concrete
  • Efflorescence
  • Internal rebar corrosion

CAN BE PREVENTED by first treating the surface with VersaGuard42.

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CHOOSING A PRODUCT

VersaGuard42, uniquely developed to maintain the surface profile of concrete and cement-based materials, allows for optimal paint and coating adhesion.

VersaGuard42 – with InnerCreteTM Membrane Technology;

  • Creates a permanent, impermeable barrier beneath the concrete surface that prevents moisture transmission from within the concrete to the surface that causes adhesion to breakdown and the coating to fail.
  • Maintains the surface profile for optimal coating adhesion.
  • Prevents efflorescence from rising to the surface which causes adhesion to breakdown and the coating to fail.
  • Prevents rebar corrosion from rising to the surface which causes adhesion to breakdown and the coating to fail. 
  • Maintains breathability.

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APPLICATIONS

VersaGuard can be used in any application which will have paint, coating or epoxy membrane applied.  When using on new concrete surfaces, concrete should be properly cured before VersaGuard is applied.

All Protocol Products are for use:

  • Indoor / Outdoor
  • Above and Below Ground
  • Vertical, Horizontal and Ceiling Surfaces

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OTHER CONCRETE PROBLEMS

Waterproofing / Repellency
Cracking Concrete
Maintenance Issues
Rebar Corrosion
Efflorescence
Coating Failure
Flooring
Mold and Mildew
Dusting
Spalling and Freeze / Thaw
Corrosive Environments
Environmental Factors
Graffiti Problems

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