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CEMSCREED HM(F)

With time the hardened concrete loses its ability to hold the binding concrete materials together due to weathering or atmospheric condition. Concrete repair products are used to repair building cracks, surface scaling, damaged or chipped out concrete surface etc.

Benefits of Concrete:
1) Prevents Longevity
2) Prevents further damage to concrete
3) Reduces the risk of injury
4) Stays Functional

Every time your concrete structure has cracks or it is has started scaling or chipping off there is a good chance of moisture entering into that part of the concrete structure which can cause more damage to the structure and even cause corrosion of the structural reinforcement. The moisture seepage can cause the cracks to even widen due to the freeze and thaw reaction cycle.
It better repair material can increase the lifeline of the structure by giving it back its durability which in longer run saves time and money and frequent repair work is not allowed.

CEMSCREED HM(F):
It is a ready to use blend of dry powder which only requires water addition to it making it a free flowing, non shrink repair mortar. It is a micro concrete repair mortar infused with fibres which help to compensate the shrinkage of concrete. It gives high early strength and long term durability due to less water requirement. It is suitable for all types of structural repair work of load bearing locations.

CEMSCREED HM(F) is used to repair columns where a major material loss is observed, for soffit repair work, for repair in areas where use of hand applied mortar is not practically possible or even the reinforcement is very heavily congested. It is used to do beams and columns jacketing work.

For larger repair work 12mm clean, well graded, saturated, surface dry aggregate shall be added to CEMSCREED HM(F).

Coming to the application of the product it is required to make sure the surface preparation is done very well, for that cut back the defective concrete till a sound base is reached. If there is a smooth surface then roughen the surface to make sure the new material can be adhered to the old surface properly. If there is any exposed corroded reinforcement, then check the whole circumference of the bar and clean all the rust and corrosion from it. After that you can apply SAFECORE R product on the exposed reinforcement bars to stop it from getting corroded further due to any reasons. Make sure that the surface is wetted properly and any access water present is removed. Apply FAIRBOND EP as a bonding primer on the prepared surface and then pour/ place CEMSCREED HM(F) using pump. After the placing is done curing shall start after 2 hours for as long as concrete curing is required.

SARDAR SAROVAR PROJECTS

Before Application | During Application | After Application

Salient Features:
 Compensates for shrinkage in the plastic stage
 Can be pumped or poured into restricted locations
 Highly fluid to allow placement without vibration
 Pre-packed factory controlled to overcome site- batched variations
 Rapid strength gain to facilitate early reinforcement
 High Ultimate strength and low permeability of cured repair
 Does not contain any corrosive chemicals
 Ensures high tensile strength
 Specially reinforced with polypropylene fibre
 Cost Effective
 Enhanced durability

FAIRMATE STAMP CONCRETE

Stamp concrete is a decorative and intelligent approach for exterior floor surfaces. This approach to exterior floor surfaces is very cost effective and there are lot of design options available such as surface resembling to paver, flagstone, slate, worn rock, bricks, stones, tiles or wood with various colour options. Further coating of stamp concrete can give a glossy finish for better aesthetics. The process includes preparation of sub-grade, placing of forms, providing reinforcement for stability, placing the concrete, screed and finishing the concrete, applying colour and lastly stamping the concrete using desired moulds.
Stamped concrete can make a dramatic impression, and there are many reasons why home owners are choosing this authentic material to enhance their landscapes and buildings. Along with the known durability and long lasting feature of regular concrete, stamping adds a decorative touch making it a desirable and economical product for all.

What are the benefits of Stamp Concrete?

 It is durable and long lasting, which can last for decades without the requirement of renovation.
 It is available in many colours and patterns.
 Can be installed twice as fast as natural stones and pavers.
 Can be customised with lots of design possibilities
 Better resistance to traffic and moisture
 Increased durability

Procedure of creating decorative outdoor flooring with stamp

Concrete:

 Surface preparation: The sub-grade is important for concrete and therefore it must be well compacted due to settlement or cracks due to settlement.
 Formwork placement: formwork should be clean and should be able to withstand the concrete placement.
 Placement of reinforcement: Nominal reinforcement is usually placed for structural function to provide structural integrity to avoid cracks and increase impact resistance.
 Apply a layer of screed for levelling and giving a proper finish to the surface.
 Then apply FAIRMATE STAMPCRETE HARDENER through broadcasting on the screed when it has reached the desired surface plasticity. After the first layer of broadcasting let it absorb water from the concrete and float it using a bull floating.
 Apply second layer of coloured hardener for better coverage.
 Next apply FAIRMATE STAMPCRETE RELEASE AGENT to make it easily for removing the stamp without sticking to the concrete surface.
 Before stamping check whether the concrete has attended the right amount of Plasticity. Stamping too early and too late can spoil the whole work and desired results will not be obtained.
 The stamping: Before actual stamping, the stamp layout is diagrammed and enough workers are deployed as the window of time for stamping is generally short, especially in warm weather. Typically, the edges are pre-textured first so that when larger stamps are used later, they may not overlap the forms and get fully depressed into the concrete. The concrete is then stamped in the same sequence it was placed. Stamping alignment is checked regularly verifying the pattern to ensure desired outcome.
 Once the slab has cured sufficiently, you should apply a finish coat of sealer. Most manufacturers recommend applying the sealer several weeks later, after a light surface cleaning. Be careful not to apply the sealer too heavily, which could trap moisture in the slab. One of the most effective techniques for applying sealer is to combine both spraying and rolling, especially when the stamped pattern has deep grout lines. Going back over the surface with a roller where necessary helps to distribute the sealer uniformly.

Some amazing results of stamp concrete by FAIRMATE:

EPOAQUA SL

Is it possible to have a water vapour permeable system which gives excellent waterproofing to the substrate?
Yes absolutely, Our EPOAQUA SL product is water based epoxy, water vapour permeable system.

It is known that concrete surface has some water which does not bond with the cement and is later evaporated due to the hydration process. The pores that remains intact after this water is evaporated or after the hardening of concrete can collect water again due to various reasons such as poor plumbing or soil moisture content or even rain fall etc. This collected water is again evaporated due to the equilibrium reached with the exposed surrounding. This process of achieving equilibrium will rather continue if there is increase or decrease in relative humidity of the ambient air.
This situation of moisture content present in pours when try to escape after the coating is applied can cause bubbles on the surface before hardening. It can also reduce adhesion of the coating to the substrate. To avoid these situations to occur it is required that the floor topping allows the surface to breathe and allow easy evaporation of the water vapour from the substrate but at the same time protect the substrate from liquid water.

Such flooring system can be effective on humid substrates. These floorings due to its ability to allow the substrates to breath can help it to have

PRODUCT
EPOAQUA SL is a water vapour permeable epoxy advanced resin based flooring system. It is a complete system in itself, having low odour, low emission, hard-wearing, water-proofing surface with good mechanical and chemical properties. It is available in a wide colour range. The ideal thickness of the layer is between 2mm to 4mm.

EPOAQUA SL is very economic product and can be applied very easily. The system consist of Primer, Base Coat, Top coat and Sealer coat of the same series.

Firstly it is required to prepare the surface before application of primer. The surface must be free from any kind of contamination such as oil, grease, surface treatment, and coatings etc. The surface must be mechanically prepared for proper gripping and any kind of holes or voids shall be fully exposed. Any kind of loose material or dust can be removed using a brush or vacuum.

EPOAQUA SL PRIMER shall be applied using a brush, roller or airless spray. It is available in two components base and hardener which is required to be mechanically mixed for a minimum of 3 minutes before application.

Next apply EPOAQUA SL BASE COAT which is a three component material containing base, hardener and aggregates. The base coat is applied by spreading the mixed material in desired thickness evenly using a notch trowel.

Apply EPOAQUA SL TOP COAT a two component material consisting base and hardener. It is mixed well and spread evenly in required thickness using a notch trowel.
Apply EPOAQUA SL SEALER COAT after the top coat. It is a two component material which is mixed properly using mechanical method and applied using a brush or a roller.
The above mentioned system is essential to be followed to achieve the water vapour permeable flooring.

SALIENT FEATURES:

 High water vapour permeability
 Low emission, complies with green environmental requirements
 Prevents osmotic blistering of resin based coatings over damp substrates
 Economical and fast, easy application
 Good self levelling properties and joint less
 Frost and de-icing salt resistant
 Good abrasion & chemical resistance
 Hygienic, non-porous and liquid tight
 Thermal expansion properties similar to concrete
 Excellent bond to green or hardened concrete whether damp or dry
 Excellent early and final mechanical strengths
 Excellent resistance to water and oils
 Contains no solvents, VOC free
 Available in wide range of colours
 Very good colour stability(indoor)

SUGARCANE TO SUPER PLASTICIZER (Bio-based PCE)

We are very proud to announce that Fairmate Chemicals is making the complete range of polycarboxylate ether with a capacity of 40,000 MT per year. We have also developed bio-based PCE that reduces the environmental impact to a great extent. Hence, our entire range of BROCRETE products is made from bio-based PCE.

The availability of renewable raw materials is a concern for all. The need to reduce the carbon footprint in the construction chemical industry has pushed us to use environmentally friendly bio-based raw materials for producing superplasticizers with a low carbon footprint. Sugarcane by-products after sugar production can be effectively used for making superplasticizers for concrete.

Considering we are using the material which has no particular use after sugar production. We are reducing waste and making an effective bio-based product for the better. Raw materials used for manufacturing superplasticizers based on crude oil have a carbon content of more than 80% compared to bio-based raw materials.

By using bio-based materials for making superplasticizers, we are moving towards an environmentally friendly and sustainable product.

FAIRCOAT DAMPPROOF – DAMPPROOF COATING FOR INTERNAL WALLS, CEILINGS AND RCC WATER TANKS

Why do we need water proofing? There is a simple answer to this.
Water proofing is required to stop the ingress of water in the structure making it water resistant. It acts as a protective coating from other elements as well such as oil and grease, chemical attacks, acid rain etc. The dual purpose of Faircoat Damproof allows us to achieve both our purposes of waterproofing and protective coating.

Faircoat Dampproof is best suited when used to protect the internal wall, ceilings etc from all possible attacks of dampness, leakage to the structure & also when you need an antimicrobial coating. It is widely used to prevent any leakage of oil and chemicals from bund areas where large quantity of such harmful substance is stored. We all have come across external walls where graffiti art is done which is extremely difficult to remove. Faircoat Damproof is the absolute solution, as it is easily cleanable and hygienic. Hence, maintaining the clean look of the structure.
Being environmental friendly and of very low odour is it easy to apply.

Faircoat Dampproof is a 2 component material off white colour material. The Base and hardener is required to be mixed using a mechanical tool. The component can be thinned down by adding water to it, not more than 20-30% by volume of total material. To make the surface more even and to achieve a putty like finish add white cement by 20-30%.

Before applying Faircoat Dampproof to the structure it is necessary to make sure that the substrate is completely free from any kind of contamination such as oil, grease, paint etc. After the surface cleaning is complete, it is required to fill all the hole on the substrate cause by air trapped on the face of the formwork during pouring or any kind of pin holes present using Fairscreed VF (a concrete repair compound).

Minimum two coats are required to achieve the desired results. The pot life of Faircoat Dampproof is 80 minutes at 20ºC. Apply the first coat using a spray (airless), brush or roller. After the application of first coat to achieve a non slip finish spread silica sand on the wet surface and let the surface dry for a minimum of 18 hours before applying 2nd coat. The overall thickness of both the coats shall be 200-250 micron, with and approximate coverage of 0.20 – 0.25kg/m2.
In case the substrate is in damp condition a priming material such as Safecore WB primer shall be applied before the application of 1st coat of Faircoat Dampproof.

Salient Features:
• Provides excellent resistance to water, oil , grease and other solvents etc
• Odourless material
• It is Non flammable, Non toxic and Non- Hazardous
• It is easily cleanable and possesses anti fungal properties
• It can be applied on both dry and damp surfaces
• Have good adhesion to concrete

FLOWGROUT HES – CEMENTITIOUS, HIGH EARLY STRENGTH, FLOWABLE FAST SETTING GROUT

Benefits
1. High early strength (even at low temperatures).
2. Very good flow characteristic.
3. Fast set times & fast strength gain.
4. Consistency can be adjusted as per requirement.
5. High 28 day strengths.
6. Does not bleed or segregate.
7. Very good impact and thermal resistance.
8. Non corrosive to steel or iron.
9. Excellent bond strength.
10. Pre-packed factory controlled to overcome site batched variations
11. Does not contains any corrosive chemicals

Description
FLOWGROUT HES is a blend of special cement, selected and graded aggregates and Fairmate admixtures, enabling it to achieve high strengths in short time frame.

Recommended Uses
FLOWGROUT HES is useful for wide range of applications where fast strength is required, like:
1. Machine bedplates.
2. Anchoring bolts.
3. Bridge bearing pads.
4. Pre-cast concrete sections.
5. Cavities, gaps and recesses.

Application Instructions
Surface Preparation: All surfaces must be clean, sound and free from dust, ice, oils, grease or other surface contaminants such as curing membranes and form release agent etc. Bolt holes and fixing pockets should be free of dirt and debris by air blasting. For maximum bond, surfaces should be abraded or roughened, preferably by mechanical means such as needle gun, grit blasting, grinding etc. All prepared surfaces must be saturated with water several hours prior to grouting, ensuring it is free of any surface water or puddles.

Temperature control :
Temperature affects setting time and rate of increase for strength. For optimum performance maintain grout, concrete and/or steel substrates within the range of 25-30ºC prior to, during, and for 48 hours after placement of the grout.

Mixing Equipment :
FLOWGROUT HES is must be mechanically mixed using a mechanical grout mixer or a suitable drum mixer. The grout mixer will reduce the chances of the mix becoming lumpy or aerated.

Mixing Method:
1) 4 Liters of clean water per 25 kg bag of grout.
2) Add the powder component to approximately 80% of the total amount water component while mixing.
3) Add the remaining 20% of the water component to the grout at a steady rate while continuing to mix.
4) Mix until the grout appears homogenous (3-5 minutes). Allow to stand so any entrapped air can escape. Do not add more water to increase flow of the grout if a mix has stiffened due to time delays. If the grout is unworkable discard.

FAIRCURE WC – WHITE PIGMENTED CONCRETE CURING AID

Buildings have major environmental impacts over their entire life cycle. Resources such as ground cover, forests, water, and energy are depleted to give way to buildings. A green building depletes the natural resources to the minimum during its construction and operation. The aim of a green building design is to minimize the demand on non-renewable resources, maximize the utilization efficiency of these resources, when in use, and maximize the reuse, recycling, and utilization of renewable resources. It maximizes the use of efficient building materials and construction practices; optimizes the use of on-site sources and sinks by bio-climatic architectural practices; uses minimum energy to power itself; uses efficient equipment to meet its lighting, air-conditioning, and other needs; maximizes the use of renewable sources of energy; uses efficient waste and water management practices; and provides comfortable and hygienic indoor working conditions. In sum, the following aspects of the building design are looked into in an integrated way in a green building.

* Site planning
* Building envelope design
* Building system design ((HVAC) heating ventilation and air conditioning, lighting, electrical, and water heating)
* Integration of renewable energy sources to generate energy onsite.
* Water and waste management
* Selection of ecologically sustainable materials (with high recycled content, rapidly renewable resources with low emission potential, etc.).
* Indoor environmental quality (maintain indoor thermal and visual comfort, and air quality)

DESCRIPTION:
FAIRCURE WC is supplied as a white pigmented, non-staining, non toxic aqueous solution which when applied to fresh concrete surfaces, reacts with free lime and seals the pores, thus reducing the evaporation of water from the mix which assists curing process and increasing durability. Applied surfaces can be easily identified due to white pigment. Only single coat is sufficient for complete curing process eliminating the water curing.

USES:
FAIRCURE WC is a white pigmented concrete curing aid which eliminates water curing and when applied to structures can be identified easily. It helps the curing process by preventing evaporation and helps to attain strength and durability. Used for large concrete surface areas such as floors, screeds, granolithic topping, sloped slabs and vertical structures.

BENEFITS:
* Ready to use
* Can be easily applied with brush or spray.
* Can be easily identified
* Does not form film
* Single coat application
* Replacement of water curing
* Cost effective
* Non-toxic and non flammable
* Chloride free.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
FAIRCURE WC should be stir before use to ensure dispersion of settled material. Apply in a continuous film using a high volume low pressure spray. At the time of spraying, nozzle of spray should be held approximately 450 mm from the concrete surface and should be sprayed evenly on the concrete surface. After spraying, no further application of water or other material is necessary to ensure further curing. When used as a curing aid, apply to edges after forms are removed under the conditions of excessive heat or drying wind, polythene, sheet may be used to cover the surface after application of FAIRCURE WC.

Equipment
Designed for ease of use and spray-ability. Application can be achieved using either hand or power operated pressure spray equipment with fan-type nozzle attachments. FAIRCURE WC may also be applied by brush or roller.

PACKING & COVERAGE: FAIRCURE WC is supplied in 1, 50, 10, 50, 100, 200 liters carboys. FAIRCURE WC will cover an area of 5 to 6 m² per litre with specified single coat.

PERVIOUS CONCRETE

Pervious Concrete is a special type of concrete that has a high porosity so that water can percolate through it easily. The major advantage of this type of concrete is that it can be used in the areas where it is very important to remove the stagnant and there is no proper draining facility for removal of water.

The pervious concrete is made only by implementation of course aggregates and cement for binding the aggregates. The fine aggregates are not used so that the pores between the course aggregates are not blocked. This pore serves as a gateway for the water to percolate through the concrete substrate.

Pervious concrete is used in parking area, subways and residential streets and walkways. The pervious concrete s used in a wide range for stromwater management. It is one of the sustainable product and concrete of future generation.

History Pervious concrete was first used in the 1800s in Europe as pavement surfacing and load bearing walls. It can also reduce city temperatures and alleviate urban hot island phenomena. Pervious concrete was first invented in Britain in 1824. It was first introduced into the United States in the mid-1970s and has since been rapidly developed. The Sponge City was introduced in China in approximately 2012.

Need of Pervious Concrete A large amount of rain water ends up falling on impervious surfaces such as parking lots, drive ways, sidewalks rather than soaking into soil. This creates an imbalance to the natural ecosystem and leads to the host of problems such as erosion, flood, and groundwater level depletion and pollution of rivers. The best solution to avoid this is to alter the impervious construction surface such as concrete and asphalt by the pervious concrete. Pervious concrete also acts as a filter which removes the debris from the flood to enter into the rivers and ground water and recharge the water level.

Properties of Pervious Concrete It has just enough cement paste to bind the aggregate with each other. The aggregates that are used should be only course aggregate and fine aggregate is avoided.

Fresh Concrete Property: The plastic pervious concrete mixture is stiff compared to traditional concrete. The slump that is measured is 30 mm which is enough for placing the concrete.
However, slump of pervious concrete has no correlation with its workability it is not be specified as an acceptance criterion.

Hardened Concrete Property:
The density of the concrete is found to be 1800 kg/M3.
The void contents of the pervious concrete ranges from 20 to 25%.
Permeability:
Typical flow rates for water through pervious concrete are 120 L/m²/min.

Application
1.Low-volume pavements and parking lots
2.Residential roads, alleys, and driveways
3.Sound barriers
4.Slope stabilization structures
5.Sidewalks and pathways
6.Patios, tennis courts, swimming pool decks
7.Pavement edge drains and gutters
8.Seawalls, reefs and other hydraulic structures
9.Sidewalks and pathways
10.Foundations / floors for greenhouses, fish hatcheries, aquatic amusement centers, and zoos
11.Swimming pool decks

Benefits
1.Reduces runoff from site.
2.Helps in unchanging ground water.
3.Eliminates need for retention ponds & other costly storm water management practices.
4.Provides for more efficient use of land development.
5.Water resources are conserved.
6.Adjacent trees and vegetation are allowed more rainwater.
7.The permeability of pervious concrete provides increased safety for drivers

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CEMSCREED FAIRING COAT

CEMSCREED FAIRING COAT is acrylic polymer modified cement based fairing coat. Its main purpose is to prepare concrete surfaces prior to application of a protective coating system. It just requires addition of sufficient quantity water and ready to use. When it is applied on concrete surface, it fills the surface irregularities up to 3mm. The specially selected and formulated polymer present in CEMSCREED FAIRING COAT eliminates the curing for internal application.

CEMSCREED FAIRING COAT is ideal for filling blow holes and all surface blemishes on concrete. It can be used on concrete structures like beam, slab, column, concrete walls, etc.

SALIENT FEATURES
•Requires only the addition of mixing water
•Excellent adhesion to concrete
•Excellent resistance to freeze / thaw action and carbonation
•Reduces ingress of water borne salts, such as chlorides
•Reduces atmospheric / chemical attack
•Reduce shrinkage
•Ensures good fair-faced concrete

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

1. Surface preparation
•Remove all dust, dirt, loose particles from the surface by means of oil free compressed air.
•Remove any corrosion deposits, paint coating, oil, grease, and algae by means of wire brush or any appropriate liquid.
•Wet the surface with water and remove access water before application of CEMSCREED FAIRING COAT.

2. Mixing
•Small quantity mixing can be done in drum mixer or bucket.
•Add 1 part of water in a clean container and slowly add 3 parts of CEMSCREED FAIRING COAT in it.
•Thoroughly mix it until homogeneous and smooth mix is achieved.
•For large quantity mixing, must be done in mechanical mixer.
•Add 8.75 litre of water in mixer drum and operate the machine.
•Now add 25kg bag of CEMSCREED FAIRING COAT in that mixer and continuously mix it for 3-5 minutes until homogeneous mix is achieved.

3. Application
•Apply prepared mixture on surface in 3mm thickness with help of steel trowel.
•Let it set partly, after that, apply a smooth coat over it.
•For very smooth surface, water can be sprinkled over it before final coating.

FAIRCOAT Anti-Carbonation, Protective, Decorative Coatings for Interior & Exterior concrete surfaces

In today world, concrete is the most used material / product in construction industry. Concrete structures exposed to atmospheric carbon dioxide emitted from various sources, in presence of moisture / water, atmospheric carbon dioxide diffuses slowly through the concrete and the process of carbonation is initiated, the pH of concrete slowly turns acidic and starts rusting the reinforcing steel bars. Anti-carbonation coatings are used as surface treatments that have a high resistance to carbon dioxide. They shield the concrete from carbonation by acting as a barrier. For example, Fairmate’s ‘FAIRCOAT’ is well known and is protecting several renowned structures in India.
Features of FAIRCOAT Anti-Carbonation Coatings
FAIRCOAT is a smooth protective, decorative anti-carbonation coating for interior & exterior surfaces with exceptional weathering characteristics. It is based on aliphatic elastomeric acrylic. It has been specially designed for the decoration and protection of concrete against attack from atmospheric carbon dioxide, airborne chlorides, acid rain, weathering etc. When it is applied on surface, it forms a flexible layer allows the surface to breath and acts as carbon dioxide barrier thus protecting the concrete in aggressive weather conditions. Properties include the following:

• Anti-carbonation properties
• Excellent waterproof coating
• High flexibility with crack bridging capabilities up to 2mm
• UV resistant
• Excellent bonding characteristic with the substrate
• Chloride ion diffusion is zero as per ASTM C 1202
• Resistance to carbon dioxide diffusion is > 50mm thickness of equivalent air layer as per EN 1062
• Non-toxic and non-flammable
• Good weathering properties (anti-algal & anti-fungal).

Concrete is a highly alkaline material and if un-carbonated it has a pH in the region of 12.6. Carbonation starts on the surface of the concrete and can ultimately reach the depth of the steel reinforcement within the concrete. The alkaline state of the concrete provides a passive resistive layer to the surface of the steel reinforcement that prevents corrosion.
Once concrete comes into contact with carbon dioxide and other pollutants within the air, then a reaction may occur. Carbon dioxide can form carbonic acid with the water in the cement that then neutralizes the alkaline state of the concrete. If this happens, then carbonation moves through the concrete as a front that gradually reduces the pH value to 8pH; neutral is 7pH. However, corrosion to the reinforcement can occur if the pH value falls below 11pH.
Carbonation occurs when carbon dioxide reacts with calcium hydroxide of concrete and deposits as calcium carbonate, which reduces the protection of embedded steel reinforcement. This, in turn, results in reinforcing steel becoming susceptible to attack by water and oxygen, causing corrosion of the steel and eventually spalling of the concrete.

Application Areas
Existing Building & Bridges: It can be applied as a protective coating in existing buildings and bridges to protect them from carbon dioxide, air borne chloride, and rain.
New Buildings & Bridges: FAIRCOAT can be applied as an anti-carbonation coating in new buildings and bridges, which will enable it to resist attack by carbon dioxide, airborne chloride, and rain.
Interior Decoration of Buildings: As FAIRCOAT is non-flammable and has excellent waterproof characteristics, it can be used in interior decoration.
To achieve effective anti-carbonation coating, a two-coat application is recommended. FAIRCOAT covers 3-4m2 per kg with a recommendation of two coats for a dark shade. The surface texture and porosity must be taken into account while estimating quantities.
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