StoCretec GmbH

Deep hydrophobizing prevents water and salt damages

Building structures have to be protected permanently against penetration of water and salts. This can perfectly be obtained by deep hydrophobizing. Impregnation, for example, with StoCryl HG 200 of StoCretec reliably prevents damages at cementitious building structures by inhibiting a capillary absorption of water-dissolved harmful substances. Salts are one of the „major enemies“ of concrete and reinforced-concrete building structures. If they penetrate dissolved in water in the building structure and the concrete respectively, then there is a risk of damage such as chloride corrosion....

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