About Peneseal FH

Peneseal FH

A clear, reactive penetrating sealer designed to permanently protect, preserve and strengthen concrete and masonry building materials, PENESEAL FH penetrates deep into concrete surfaces and reacts with the elemental concrete ingredients to solidify them into a harder, denser, stronger concrete mass. Alkali salts and minerals are flushed out in the process, eliminating efflorescence and leaching, and increasing bonding of surface coatings.

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Brochures for Peneseal FH

Brochures for Peneseal FH
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Peneseal FH Concentrate PDS
PENESEAL FH™ is a clear, reactive penetrating sealer for concrete and masonry building materials designed to permanently protect, preserve and trengthen them. PENESEAL FH™ penetrates deep into concrete and reacts with the elemental concrete ingredients to solidify them into a harder, denser, stronger concrete mass. Alkali salts and minerals are flushed out in the process, eliminating efflorescence and leaching and increasing bonding of surface coatings.
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THE CONCRETE SOLUTION.
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3-Part CSI specifications for Peneseal FH

3-Part CSI specifications for Peneseal FH
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Section 03395 - Concrete Floor Finishing And Curing
Section includes: A. Single application cure-seal-hardener for new concrete floors; B. Single application sealer-hardener for existing concrete floors; C. Precautions for avoiding staining concrete before and after application.
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