SuRelease™ concrete coating - A one-time application offering an alternative to chemical solvent use in construction
SuRelease™ nano950 offers an innovative, sustainable and reusable coating Solution for concrete formwork.
The construction industry uses moulds, also called formwork, to pour concrete and form a structure. These moulds are traditionally made from wood, which requires the use of toxic chemical solvents to stop the concrete sticking to the mould. NanoPhyll's SuRelease™ nano950 presents a sustainable solution to this problem. The Solution is single-application, reusable nanocomposite polymer top coat which can be used on a range of materials, including steel, aluminium, wood, PVC, HDPE, rubber and concrete substrates. SuRelease™ nano950 has excellent properties in strength, durability, anti-abrasion, corrosion, antibacterial, antifungal, and weather resistance. SuRelease™ nano950 is specially designed to withstand high abrasion and to use as a permanent release agent for formwork. By embracing this Solution, the construction agency can save time, reduce material use and increase the sustainability of their operations.
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Zero-waste construction of "green buildings"
An environmentally sensitive concrete solution that enhances the biological and ecological value of urban, coastal and marine structures.
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