A membrane-forming curing compound is a liquid material applied to concrete to restrict the loss of water during the early hardening period.
It consists of non-volatile solids mixed with either water or a solvent. The solvent, or blend of solvents, can be an aliphatic or aromatic hydrocarbon, or another type of organic solvent.
After application, the volatiles evaporates leaving the solid material deposited as a thin film over the concrete surface.
Surface Cure W curing compound is a Class A curing compound for use on new concrete that facilitates maximum moisture retention through 28 days curing period to maximise concrete strength & durability.
Surface Cure W, when applied by the correct method and at the recommended application rate, leaves a dried waxy film, as Surface Cure W is based on petroleum waxes combined with other additives.
Mix prior to use. Ensure SURFACE-CURE W is homogeneous.
Calculate the area to be treated, and pre-measure the volume of Surface Cure W.
Apply one full coat forming a continuous film at a rate of 5m2/L. wet on wet, as required to obtain the necessary application rate or use the volume. Ensure there are no misses.