Acrylic or Wax Based Curing Compounds

A range of liquid application curing membranes for the protection of concrete from loss of water during the early age curing period.

Antisol curing membranes are supplied world-wide to the construction industry.

The Antisol range of curing compounds are sprayed onto newly laid concrete surfaces and will not affect the normal setting action of the concrete. A thin film barrier is formed to slow down the rate at which water evaporates from the concrete surface during the first few crucial days of curing. This enables more water to be available for the hydration reaction of the cement particles. The concrete can then cure more efficiently to achieve maximum performance properties.

The use of Antisol curing compounds eliminates the need for costly and impractical curing methods such as wet hessian, polythene sheeting, continuous watering, ponding, etc.

Antisol will assist in providing the following beneficial properties when applied to freshly placed concrete surfaces:

  • Reduction in the incidence of shrinkage cracking.
  • Improved strength and durability of the concrete.
  • Reduction in surface dusting.
  • Increased abrasion resistance.
  • Reduction in permeability of the concrete.

Comparison with traditional systems:

CharacteristicsTraditional SystemsGeoplast Reusable Formwork
Hindrance-Modular system
ResistanceLimitedUp to 60 kN/m2
Concrete adherenceRequires dismantling agentsBeing made of plastics, GEOTUB PANEL does not stick to concrete
Protection10%The best protection for the columns until the end of the operations
PlumbingRequires long operations and it is often inaccurateQuick and accurate thanks to the external structure that allows easy shoring and plumbing
Dismantling agentsRequiredNot required. Everitt Site Supplies recommend 'Kleen Kote' protection and release formula to maintain your forms in top condition.