|P. Williams (Unregistered Guest)
|Posted on Friday, March 24, 2006 - 10:19 am: |
Looking for some help ? we have a spec to utilize Kure & Seal on a project and we would prefer to use Edoco Bond breaker. I am looking for some documentation that would suffice to show comparative analysis between the two. Any Ideas? thanks
|Harold S. Woolard|
Post Number: 22
|Posted on Friday, March 24, 2006 - 11:44 am: |
You are talking about Apples and Oranges. Kure N Seal is a concrete sealer, acrylic based that is made to "seal" the concrete and give it a wet look, currently Kure N Seal meets ASTM 1315 class B, which means some yellowing. Whereas Edoco Bond breaker is made for tilt wall construction, it is a "Resin-Based" product that works as a physical release by setting on the surface keeping the 2 slabs from sticking to each other. Most resin bond breakers are made to break down as to let resilient flooring applications later. If you want a cure that works as a sealer then Kure N Seal is what you want. If you want a cure that later acts as a bond breaker,and most manufacturers will ask for a second coat to be applied in a "cross-hatch" application just prior to pouring, then Edoco Bond Breaker is what you want.
|P. Williams (Unregistered Guest)|
|Posted on Friday, March 24, 2006 - 12:14 pm: |
Thank you Mr.Woodard,
You have been most helpful. I will now ask for the spec on bonbreakers to be included.