Aquron 3000

  • Seals matrix
  • Hardens surface
  • Stays pliable
  • Application is permanent
  • Adds density and bonding strength
  • Waterproofs
  • Resists freeze-thaw spalling
  • Improves thermal resistance
  • Seal weeping concrete by spraying on
  • Improves adhesion of topical
  • Retards dusting
  • Neutralizes internal corrosives
  • Non-toxic
  • Non-flammable
  • Severely retards capillary action
  • Clean equipment using only water
  • Zero VOC/VOS content
  • Impervious to most atmospheric contaminants
  • Adds abrasion resistance
  • Deeply penetrating 2″ to 3″ / 50-75mm


Aquron® 3000-CBP Concrete Preservation Treatment™

Aquron® 3000-CBP™ is a permanent clear treatments /preservative/sealant solution for concrete block, split face concrete block, and other large volume porosity concrete product. Aquron® 3000-CBP™ is a highly reactive catalytic agent that reacts with free alkali and/or alkaline hydrates by internally producing a silica hydrogel, which fills the pore spaces and the voids around aggregate. Furthermore, alkali is converted to a neutral compound structure, reducing the potential for internal chemical reactions. More density is added, the additional bonding strength is provided and concrete is permanently hydrostatically sealed from within.

Aquron® 3000-CBP™ is an ideal primer for concrete block surfaces that are to receive paint or other coatings since it enhances the bonding quality of the surface. Aquron® 3000-CBP™ prevents peeling, cracking and loss of bond caused by capillary moisture or internal chemical reactions that can cause saponification.

Aquron® 3000-CBP™ will not alter the appearance of the surface or physical characteristics and will enhance surface traction quality.

The use of Aquron® 3000-CBP™ will significantly protect concrete block from damages (spalling, etc.) caused by freeze-thaw cycles, especially where salt or calcium chloride has been used for ice removal.

Aquron® 3000-CBP™ will arrest or at least severely retard concrete block, etc., being deteriorated by alkaline aggregate reactions. In addition, by treating concrete block not yet affected, the potential will be virtually eliminated.

See the Technical Specifications