Anti-Carbonation coating is known to protect concrete and masonry structures with high exposure to carbon dioxide, sulphur dioxide, chloride irons, etc.
It is a single component, high-performance acrylic resin-based coating that safeguards the wear and tear of the structure against corrosive materials for the long term.
Anti-carbonation coating is critical in maintaining the structural integrity of both new and existing structures.
Anti-carbonation coating makes a structure visually attractive and reduces the cost of maintenance and repair throughout its lifespan.
Anti-carbonation coating for concrete floor is essential, but considering other structural components exposed to concrete such as beams, columns, slab, and restraining RCC walls also require anti-carbonation coating.
Bridges and flyovers, overhead tanks, industrial building and power plants use anti-carbonation coating technique for protection.
- The anti-carbonation coating is known to be an extremely durable and stable form of protection.
- Anti-carbonation coating is capable of allowing moisture inside the concrete to respire out.
- The process of anti-carbonation coating has the flexibility to deal with minor cracks that form in concrete.