Your projects are an investment in time, money, and talent. Protect them with the Spray-Lock TOTAL20 System.
Spray-Lock Concrete Protection (SCP) and Spray-Lock Adhesives are time-proven technologies that meet the demands of fast-track building schedules. The Spray-Lock TOTAL20 System makes it possible to manage moisture from start to finish, from the inside out.
TOTAL20 is Spray-Lock’s extended 20-year system warranty for projects where Spray-Lock branded adhesives are used in conjunction with SCP-treated concrete. To date, over 600 flooring manufacturer’s products have been approved for use with Spray-Lock adhesives through comprehensive internal testing. So why choose Spray-Lock Concrete Protection and Adhesives for your projects?
• Proven Colloidal Silica Technology
SCP’s proprietary technology reacts with available alkali in freshly placed concrete to fill capillaries and bleed water channels with Calcium Silicate Hydrate (C-S-H). This becomes an integral part of the concrete’s matrix, leaving the surface profile unaffected. Simply put, SCP creates more concrete within the concrete’s pore structure, stopping liquid water movement permanently.
• Industry Acclaimed Adhesives
For over 20 years Spray-Lock has been setting the standard for adhesives with its time saving technology. Spray-Lock adhesives expedite installation, saving both time and money by eliminating the need for epoxies under heavy static or rolling loads, and allowing immediate access and heat welding.
Concrete Testing Results
Improved Pull-Off Strength (ASTM C1583)
Concrete treated with SCP technology exhibits better bond strength than untreated concrete in the laboratory. SCP products typically improve bond strength by 30% to 50% at 28 days over untreated concrete of cementitious coatings.
Vapor Transmission (ASTM E96)
In testing for vapor emission transmission, concrete panels were cast for control and treated conditions. The results indicated a reduction in vapor emission transmission of 70% to 80% over untreated samples.
Reduced Permeability (DIN 1048)
SCP products reduce permeability and water vapor transmission of concrete. Testing for water permeability was performed using DIN 1048. Test results show treated samples had a reduction in permeability of 70% to 90%.
Surface Friction Unchanged (ASTM E303)
SCP 327 was tested against a control sample using the British Pendulum Skid Test. The control had a surface friction indicator (BPN) of 81 and the SCP treated sample had a surface friction indicator (BPN) of 76. The slight difference in results is attributed to variations in the concrete finish. The small variation between the control and treated samples indicate that the SCP treated concrete does not change the surface of the concrete.