curing compound

curing compound

A liquid which is sprayed (or otherwise applied) to newly placed concrete which retards the loss of water during curing.
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By simultaneously providing a curing compound plus penetrating silane/siloxane sealer, product developers contend, the technology greatly reduces labor through fewer jobsite visits.
This system eliminates water evaporation from the top of the slab, serving as the ultimate curing compound.
HexiCrete Type I-D curing compound contains a minimal amount of tint to assist in visual identification.
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The product has been third-party laboratory tested to meet water-retention requirements of a liquid membrane-forming curing compound per ASTM C156 Standard Test Method for Water Loss (from a Mortar Specimen) Through Liquid Membrane-Forming Curing Compounds for Concrete, even though Day1 forms no membrane.
The company's low-cost rubber curing compound is water soluble and free of nitrite salts.
A low-cost rubber curing compound has been formulated to be water soluble and free of nitrite salts.
The company has formulated a low-cost rubber Curing compound that is water-soluble and free of nitrite salts.
A low-cost rubber curing compound that is water soluble and free of nitrite salts has been formulated.
This low cost rubber curing compound is water-soluble and free of nitrite salts.
A narrow range for the cure rate also exists, if a compound cures too fast it will scorch during plastication, and too slow curing compound will give long cycle times.
5 phr to existing formulations of sulfur-cured polymers, the result is almost always a faster curing compound with enhanced rate and state of cure.