Aquron SPT-1200

Masonry and Stone Enhancement

Product Details

The Ballpark at Arlingtonm Distant
  • Stays pliable
  • Waterproofs surface
  • Improves traction
  • Resists freeze/thaw spall-off
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Makes ice removal easier
  • Impervious to most atmospheric contaminates
  • Retards or eliminates efflorescence
  • Hydrocarbon resistant

Aquron® 1200 Stone Preservative Treatment™
The Ballpark at Arlingtonm Front

AQURON 1200™ waterproofs, is abrasion resistant, and stays pliable. It is a non-toxic, non-polluting, non-flammable water borne, water proofing repellent that provides a tough breathing type water barrier beneath and to the surface that helps keep surfaces clean while preserving the natural appearance of masonry and concrete. Aquron® SPT-1200™ will enhance surface traction. Aquron® SPT-1200™ retards or eliminates efflorescence, and its application resists cracking and spalling of vertical and horizontal surfaces from successive freeze-thaw cycles.

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