ProSeal SB-2100 Penetrating

Quick Facts

  • Deep Penatrating & Long Lasting
  • Water Repellent
  • OTC VOC 400
  • Little or No Color Change
  • Lengthens Substrate life
  • Concrete, Sidewalks, Parking Decks, Asphalt & Driveways
  • Split Face Block, Brick & Concrete
  • Unpolished Marble 7 Limestone
  • Unpolished Slate & Sandstone

As you can see in this photo of one of our product testing, ProSeal SB-2100 Penetrating is highly hydrophobic. The dark area bottom left of the photo is the area of the paver that was not sealed. In fact, SB-2100 is designed to be extremely water-repellent on almost any substrate including concrete, slate, unmodified grout, brick, stucco and both natural and artificial stone. It will not change the appearance of the underlying surface. It is fast-drying, keeps surfaces dry and more resistant to colonization of visible mold and algae, repels spills, prevents stains and blocks dirt from embedding in the substrate. It is invisible and breathable, prevents freeze and thaw damage, as well as moisture intrusion and spalling. It works exceptionally well on brick, concrete, unpolished marble, limestone, unpolished slate and sandstone.

ProSeal SB-2100 Penetrating contains 10% solids siloxane resin solutions in low odor solvent carriers that gives deep penetration into the masonry surface for a long lasting hydrophobic effect. Siloxane has very small molecular size and, as such, can easily penetrate the larger molecular structure of most substrates. In most cases, there is little or no color change in the appearance of the treated masonry. ProSeal SB-2100 Penetrating is a reactive copolymer which does not require a catalyst and will treat all porous masonry to form a durable water repellent surface and subsurface.

ProSeal SB-2100 Penetrating 10% [OTC VOC 400] has the same performance of our ProSeal SB-2150 Penetrating but is formulated with special solvents to meet the more stringent VOC requirements of the Ozone Transport Commission (OTC) member states. The VOC content is less than 400 grams/liter as calculated by the more stringent method of excluding the volume of exempt solvents from the formula. Do not thin or dilute as this will likely violate VOC requirements.

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