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CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING ROOFING WATERSTOPS WATERPROOFING JOINT FILLERS TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL Emer-Stop S100N Number of coats: Minimum 2 flood coats Application rate per coat: 300 ml/m² INDEX 174 3.33 m²/litre Overcoating time: 6 hours Emer-Stop S100N is applied ready for use. Emer-Stop S100N should be applied by saturation flooding working vertically from the bottom up. This is most easily achieved by high volume, low pressure spray (approx. 5-10 psi), using an outlet diameter of 5mm in such a way as to minimise atomisation. For small areas, simple direct application by a watering can or back pack spray may be used. Note: Emer-Stop S100N must not be applied by brush. When spray applied, some loss due to atomisation is unavoidable owing to the high wetting effect and low viscosity. This however is taken into account in the recommended application rate. Emer-Stop S100N must remain in contact with the concrete surface to be treated as a liquid film for a few seconds. Horizontal surfaces and soffit areas should have a mirror-like wet look for 5 seconds. On vertical surfaces a minimum run-down of 150 mm must be visible with a mirror-like wet look for 5 seconds. The interval between applications shall be 6 hours before continuing. In tidal zones, application shall not commence until the tide has reached its lowest ebb. Application of the product shall slowly precede the rising tide allowing the longest possible drying period before application (see note * below). Note: Consult your local Parchem sales office for further information. Post application testing During or on completion of the works the client will mark areas to be tested for depth of penetration by testing at a minimum rate of one core per 300 m² of treated concrete. Limitations Emer-Stop S100N may hydrolyse with atmospheric moisture. Material from opened containers should be used within 48 hours or discarded. * Hydrostatic pressure to concrete immersed at >300 mm will force water molecules / dissolved chloride ions into the substrate through the silane. Please note that the impregnation depth is influenced by several factors, e.g. formulation, humidity and porosity of the concrete as well as the level of surface preparation undertaken. In certain circumstances the penetration will not reach the levels that are expected due to one or more of the above factors. Estimating Supply: 555148 20 litre drum 555147 200 litre drums Coverage and yield: 300 ml/m² per coat 3.33 m²/litre per coat Note: these coverage figures are theoretical. Cleaning Emer-Stop S100N should be removed from tools and equipment with Solvent 10 immediately after use. Storage Shelf life Indefinite when stored in original unopened containers, when stored suitably, however subject to testing after 12 months, prior to use. Storage conditions Emer-Stop S100N should be stored in a cool dry place away from sources of heat or naked flames.


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