Innovative Concrete Systems concrete (ICS) compared to standard concrete
Typical Physical strength Properties 28 Day cure period.
Concrete 2390-3000 (psi) ICS 6050 ASTM-C109
Concrete (psi) 235 ICS 584 ASTM-C190
Concrete (psi) 610 ICS 1953 ASTM-C348
Impact strength Gardner impact tested
Concrete 6 ( in - lbs) ICS 16 ASTM-D5420
Shear bond adhesion
Concrete 45 (psi) ICS 650 ASTM-D950
(weight loss in grams pre-1000) ` ICS ASTM-C944
(Static Friction) ICS ASTM-D4518
Wet 1 oz pumice added 1.072
Dry 1 oz pumice added 1.295
DOC-25 Sealer - Specifications
Doc – 25 Water based Acrylic concrete sealer is ready to use sealer and concrete curing
Compound formulated of special acrylic polymer in true water based carrier. Doc – 25
Provides improved Resistance to Rain, sun, freezing temperatures, most acids and industrial chemicals, petroleum,, deicing salts, cleaning agents ( except aromatic solvents), diluted caustics, and other pollutants.
Doc-25 Water base acrylic curing and sealing compound may be quickly and easily applied to simultaneously cure and/ or seal new interior or exterior as well as vertical or horizontal concrete surfaces. It is ideal for application on commercial and industrial floors, sidewalk, basement and garage floors, driveway, patio parking areas.
Doc-25 will minimize hair-checking, premature creaking, dusting, and spalling
Appearance: A milky white to light green with the mold inhibitor when first applied
Dries clear. Dries quickly on new concrete to a durable clear sheen finish that protects and enhances natural appearance of concrete. Doc -25 offer excellent wearing qualities for foot and vehicular traffic.
A typical industrial sprayer, also a free lambs wool roller applicator. Care should be taken to maintain a wet-edge during application to prevent roller marks in dried film.
· Astm c 309, type 1 class B
· AASHTO M 148, Type 1, Class B
· Complies with all current federal, state, and local maximum allow Doc requirements, including U.S. EPA, SCAQMD, and OTC
· Meets SCAQMD rule1113- contains < g/l (Doc<100)
· Canada Doc Concentration Limits for Architectural coatings Regulations
· Dried film, is USDA accepted
Meets class a requirement of the ultraviolet light degradation / yellowing classification of ASTM C 1315, section 6.4.1
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