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CURING MEMBRANES & RELEASE AGENTS. MASTERKURE 402.
Clear acrylic curing compound. is a clear, acrylic, copolymer, membrane.....

MASTER BUILDERS TECHNOLOGIES

Founded in 1909 as Master Builders, Inc., BASF Admixtures is a leading innovator in the development, manufacturing and marketing of chemical and mineral admixtures for specialty concrete used in the ready-mix, precast, paving, manufactured concrete products and underground construction markets.

The company offers the widest range of concrete admixtures available from a single source, used to improve the placing, pumping, finishing and appearance characteristics of concrete. BASF Admixtures respected Master Builders brand products ensures high strength and durability, inhibit corrosion of steel embedded in concrete, reduce permeability, improve resistance to chemical attack, allow effective placement of concrete in extreme weather conditions, and even enable concrete to be placed underwater. New liquid color conditioning admixtures ensure enduring, structurally sound colored architectural concrete.

BASF is the world’s leading chemical company with customers in more than 170 countries, production sites in 41 countries and more than 94,000 employees. Headquartered in Ludwigshafen, Germany, where the company operates the world’s largest integrated chemical complex, the BASF Group comprises more than 160 subsidiaries and affiliates.

CURING MEMBRANES & RELEASE AGENTS

MASTERKURE 402

Clear acrylic curing compound

DESCRIPTION:
MASTERKURE 402 is a clear, acrylic, copolymer, membrane forming, curing compound for use on plain or coloured concrete. MASTERKURE 402 meets and exceeds the moisture retention requirements of ASTM C-309 "Specification for Liquid Membrane-Forming Compounds" when applied at the recommended rate.


RECOMMENDED FOR:

  • curing plain and coloured fresh concrete floors, smooth or textured surfaces, indoor or outdoor applications
  • curing cementitious toppings and surface hardening finishes, particularly those containing metallic aggregates (MASTERTOP)
  • efficient curing compound for all cementitious grouts and mortars including iron and natural aggregate formulations (MASTERFLOW)
  • curing concrete that is subject to tiling or carpet adhesives without removal


FEATURES & BENEFITS:

  • efficient curing of concrete, when applied at the recommended rate, MASTERKURE 402 effectively seals in moisture to facilitate complete hydration of cement, resulting in maximum strength, increased durability, greater wear resistance and minimum surface dusting
  • safe, will not increase the slipperiness of concrete floors
  • easy to use, can be applied by brush, roller or spray
  • can be applied to smooth or rough surfaces
  • does not require removal before tiling with proprietary materials


ESTIMATING DATA:
Actual coverage depends on the texture and porosity of the surface.
For curing fresh concrete floors, apply at a rate of 5m
2 per litre to meet moisture retention requirements of ASTM C-309.

For sealing of existing plain or coloured concrete floors, coverage will vary depending on the texture and porosity and ambient temperatures however it will generally be in the range 7.5 to 10m
2 per litre per coat, two coats recommended.


PACKAGING:
MASTERKURE 402 is available in drums of 20 and 205 litre.

CONTACT US
BASF Construction Chemicals
11 Stanton Road, PO Box 660, Seven Hills NSW 2147 Australia
Ph
(02) 8811 4200 Fax (02) 8811 3299


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