Delta Polymers can help you repair concrete garage floor spalling with their great selection of resin products. We are a trusted supplier of products to help repair a concrete floor and have spent decades manufacturing a wide range of epoxy resin and liquid epoxy resin products, as well as epoxy hardeners for construction, industrial maintenance, and marine customers worldwide. So when you turn to us for your materials, you can trust the results. This includes materials to repair spalling for a concrete garage floor.
Spalling is the break away of a concrete surface, which may extend to the top layers of any reinforcing steel that is present. Spalls vary in diameter and can be more than 150 mm in diameter and 25 mm or more in depth. But these spalls can also be quite small.
The spalling of concrete can affect all sorts of structures, such as buildings, multi-story car parks, bridges, and jetties. When spalling occurs, it leaves the concrete surface patchy and pitted while also exposing any aggregate underneath.
So, as soon as you spot any spalling on your concrete garage floor, it is important to repair it right away. If you let it linger, then you are risking further compromise of the surface and a weaker integrity. This can be a dangerous situation.
When it comes to spalling on concrete, there are a few different reasons why it happens. Let's take a look at some of those causes.
When it comes to preventing concrete spalling, there are some things you can do to help.
We are a trusted manufacturer of resins and products to help with the repair of spalling for concrete garage floors. Or any concrete structure in general. One of the best products we sell to help is Polyinject. It offers high strength with little shrinkage. You can use it for both vertical and horizontal cracks, as well as grouting and pressure grouting. It helps to restore structural and design strength of whatever structure is in repair. As well as prevents further corrosion of reinforcing steeling by preventing water contact and eliminating the spalling of concrete that is initiated in crack by freeze and thaw cycles.
For more information about any of the resin repair products we sell, please reach out to us today. The number for our office is (800) 966-5142 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will happily answer any questions you may have regarding our products. Get reliable resin repair products to help with spalling concrete for garage floors and any other concrete structure.