Concrete surfaces deteriorating? Worried about safety in high traffic areas? Bring your surfaces back to life with Drizoro MaxSeal® Traffic from Scientific Waterproofing Products.
A trafficable waterproof coating for concrete, MaxSeal® Traffic can be used to resurface deteriorating surfaces in high-traffic areas such as driveways and factory, warehouse and plant-room floors.
Available from Scientific Waterproof Products, Drizoro MaxSeal® Traffic is a two-component mortar comprised of special cements and water-based synthetic resin.
Easily applied by brush, roller or spray equipment, MaxSeal® Traffice provides a suitable waterproof trafficable coating that withstands both positive and negative hydrostatic pressure.
Suitable waterproofing applications include:
- Underground parking, garages, horizontal decks, ramps and other surfaces exposed to wheel traffic.
- Slab-on-grade and concrete floors against rising damp and negative water pressure in warehouses, factories, residential buildings and the like.
- Basements, tunnels, galleries and the like subject to high water pressure and high-wearing abrasion.
- Line marking coating with anti-slip finish, pedestrian crossings, emergency lines etc.
- Waterproofing and traffic bearing coating in one single product.
- Excellent abrasion-resistant coating against wheel traffic.
- Very good water vapour diffusion (does not form a water vapour barrier and prevents appearance of air bubbles on floors).
- Strong adhesion directly on concrete (no primers or bonding agents required).
- UV-resistant with outdoor colour-stability.
- Maintains integrity when exposed to chloride, deicing salts, freeze-thaw cycles and atmospheric pollution.
- No maintenance required.
- Final coating can be worked into different decorative finishes.
Solvent-free, odour-free, non-flammable, non-toxic, environmentally friendly, MaxSeal® traffic is suitable for application in poorly ventilated areas.
To find out if MaxSeal® Traffic is right for your concrete surfaces, visit the Scientific Waterproofing Products site via the links below.