Coatings for Concrete--Part 2

February 2011
CoatingsTech;Feb2011, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p26
Academic Journal
The article explores the process of coating concrete. It offers a definition of concrete, highlighting how it affects coating processes such as efflorescence and alkalinity. It discusses the factors to consider in coating concrete including water in the system, the impact of alkalinity in coatings, and absorption of water. Two figures are included, one depicting the hydration process of concrete and another showing the process of efflorescence.


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