Consolidating and protective system
The materials used in historical and modern architecture (concrete, natural stone, brick), are subject to the action of degradation by weathering resulting in deterioration and decay of the material. The recovery of degraded substrates is through the consolidation that aims to give mechanical consistency to the non-cohesive part, returning the treated material to its original state. The protection involves the item surface coat, and has the purpose of slowing down the speed of deterioration processes and reduce the likelihood that will occur.
- Depth of penetration
- Chemical and physical affinity to the support surface
- Stability to physical and chemical agents of the atmosphere
- Good water vapor permeability