Unprotected concrete was being degraded by frequent acid spills during unloading. If left unaddressed new concrete construction would be required to avoid environmental fines.
Provide long term solution to protect concrete under severe chemical and mechanical attack.
Spillage of 50% NaOH and 33% HCL from offloading operations caused severe degradation of the concrete.
- Many years of problem free service
- No detectable mechanical damage
- No evidence of chemical degradation
- No environmental fines
- Monolithic (joint free)
STANDARD APPLICATION PROCEDURE
All surfaces to be coated should be clean, dry and free from contamination. Where required, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Oil or grease should be removed with ‘MRO 1011 – KLEANER DEGREEZER’.
Concrete Floor Surface Preparation
Poorly adhering old coating should be removed. Wash to remove contaminants. Rinse thoroughly with water and allow drying. Dull the glossy areas by light sanding. Remove all debris. Prime bare areas with primer specified under New Surfaces.
Ensure surface is clean, dry and free from metal corrosion prior to coating ‘MRO 3000 – CHEMPRO’. Light sweep with non metallic, and chloride free abrasive (e.g. aluminium oxide) to obtain anchor profile of approximately 50 µ.
Mixing of product should be carried out using slow speed mixer and completed by adding to the part “A”, the part “B”. Ensure the mix is homogeneous and free from lumps. Avoid air entrainment. ‘MRO 3000 – CHEMPRO’ can be applied either by airless spray, brush or roller.
Trowel apply MRO 4019 Konkrete Putty wherever pot holes are there in concrete
Roller apply MRO 3000 CHEMPRO at DFT of 30-40 mils (750-1000 µ)
APPLICATION CASE HISTORY – A CHEMICAL COMPANY IN BHARUCH, GUJARAT
July, 2019 by M/s KYCSA CORPORATION – VADODARA Authorized Channel Partner of MRO INFRA LLP & certified MRO applicator