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Surface Deactivator for Exposed Aggregate Concrete Surface Deactivator makes exposed aggregate finishes easier and more consistent. It is topically applied to freshly-placed concrete to...


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Solomon Colors, Inc.
4050 Color Plant Road
Springfield, IL 62702
Tel: (800) 624-0261
Fax: (800) 624-3147

sgs@solomoncolors.com

http://www.solomoncolors.com

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Surface Deactivator for Exposed Aggregate Concrete

Surface Deactivator for Exposed Aggregate Concrete

Surface Deactivator makes exposed aggregate finishes easier and more consistent. It is topically applied to freshly-placed concrete to prevent cement paste hardening and achieve more controlled exposed aggregate finishes. Unlike sugar-based retarders, Surface Deactivator selectively halts the hydration process down to a controlled depth, allowing a more certain level of retardation. Ten predetermined color-coded exposure depths are available to provide consistent, repeatable cement paste removal and aggregate reveal. Surface Deactivator provides a longer window before the surface paste must be removed, allowing underlying concrete to harden properly, locking in aggregate, and reducing pop-outs. Surface Deactivator is water-soluble for easy removal with high pressure water washing and scrubbing equipment.

Surface Deactivator creates a polymeric film that acts as a water retention barrier and temporary curing agent, protecting fresh concrete from light rain and reducing moisture loss.

Surface Deactivator can be applied to newly-placed concrete that is specified for diamond polishing. It softens surface cement paste, reducing heavy grinding stages up to 75% and dramatically decreasing polishing time as well as diamond-tooling and labor costs.

Information for Architects

Surface Deactivator makes exposed aggregate finishes easier and more consistent. It is topically applied to freshly-placed concrete to prevent cement paste hardening and achieve more controlled exposed aggregate finishes. Unlike sugar-based retarders with uncertain levels of retardation, Surface Deactivator selectively halts the hydration process down to a controlled depth.

Ten predetermined depths of exposure are available, color-coded for identification, to provide consistent, repeatable cement paste removal and aggregate reveal. Because Surface Deactivator provides a longer window before the surface paste must be removed, it allows underlying concrete to harden properly, locking in aggregate and reducing pop-outs. Surface Deactivator is water-soluble for easy removal with high pressure water washing and scrubbing equipment.

Information for Contractors

Surface Deactivator makes exposed aggregate finishes easier and more consistent. It is topically applied to freshly-placed concrete to prevent cement paste hardening and achieve more controlled exposed aggregate finishes. Unlike sugar-based retarders with uncertain levels of retardation, Surface Deactivator selectively halts the hydration process down to a controlled depth.

Ten predetermined depths of exposure are available, color-coded for identification, to provide consistent, repeatable cement paste removal and aggregate reveal. Because Surface Deactivator provides a longer window before the surface paste must be removed, it allows underlying concrete to harden properly, locking in aggregate and reducing pop-outs. Surface Deactivator is water-soluble for easy removal with high pressure water washing and scrubbing equipment.

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Surface Deactivator for Exposed Aggregate Concrete


Solomon Colors, Inc.
4050 Color Plant Road,
Springfield, IL 62702
Tel: (217) 522-3112
Fax: (800) 624-3147
Tollfree: (800) 624-0261
E-mail: sgs@solomoncolors.com
Web site: http://www.solomoncolors.com





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