Epoxy Waterproofer contains 100% solids and is applied from a thin brush application up to a 1/8th inch thick cladding capable of withstanding hydrostatic pressure and stopping radon gas migration in a leaking basement. Cracks and patches can be repaired and made waterproof by adding clean silica sand to Epoxy Waterproofer.
Know the difference between “sealed” and “waterproof”. Epoxy Waterproofer is a specially formulated, heavy bodied, thermo setting, self curing epoxy that hardens to a ceramic like, non-porous, clear, impermeable and waterproof film. This is a 2 part 100% solids epoxy that cures clear or can be pigments to a variety of colors by adding a color pack. Use on interior/exterior foundations, precast concrete tanks, stone, potable water tanks, ponds, waterfalls, pools etc.
Many leaking fish ponds are constructed of cement plaster over concrete blocks. From thermal movement these ponds will sometimes develop hairline cracks which will then leak water out. Many people will chip the crack out and do the usual hydraulic cement patch, and within a short period of time it cracks again. The Chargar Corporation has developed a thick 100% epoxy coating that can bridge the crack, waterproof it and prevent further cracking from movement. The Epoxy Waterproofer can be brushed applied over the crack forming a 15 mil impervious film. It has slight expansion and contraction ability. It comes in clear or colors.
Won’t Harm the Fish
Since Epoxy Waterproofer is 100% solids it becomes completely inert once it has fully cured. This means that it will not leach any harmful chemicals and will not hurt the livestock. It will not cause any algae issues by leaching nitrates or phosphates. Customers have used this epoxy to seal ponds for over 30 years with no ill effects.
Ponds aren’t the only use for Epoxy Waterproofer. It can be used to build and seal water fountains of any size. Since it is safe to use with potable water, many customers in the agricultural industry have used Epoxy Waterproofer to seal animal drinking troughs and and cisterns.
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