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HydroCoat LiquaBond

Formulated acrylic admixture used both as a primer for wet-to-dry cementitious systems and as a high-performance admixture in cement-based mixes.

HydroCoat LiquaBond

Newton HydroCoat LiquaBond is a formulated acrylic admixture used both as a primer for wet-to-dry cementitious systems, where bond is increased significantly, and as a high-performance admixture which waterproofs cement-based mixes, as well as greatly increasing the adhesion of the product to the substrate.

  • Key Benefits
  • Typical Applications
  • Suitable Substrates
  • Key Benefits

    Key Benefits

    • High bond strength – Provides excellent adhesion when used as a bonding agent or as an admixture in cement-based mixes
    • Resilient – When used as an admixture, an acrylic lattice is formed throughout the mix, greatly reducing brittleness and enhancing resistance to impact damage
    • Water resistance – Combines low permeability with resin stability in continuously wet conditions when used in cement-based mixes
    • Versatile – Easy to use with high bond to a wide range of materials such as brick, stone, concrete and a wide range of metals
    • Delayed bonding – When used as a bonding agent, subsequent toppings may be applied immediately or up to 7 days later
    • Eliminates the need for water curing
    • Product stability –  Specially formulated for maximum performance under alkaline conditions of cement mixes. Unlike PVA systems, the bond film will not hydrolyse under wet conditions

    Typical Applications

    Typical Applications

    • As a primer to increase the adhesion of HydroCoat 107 Elastic 2K to concrete substrates.
    • As a primer to increase the adhesion of render to HydroCoat 107 Elastic 2K
    • Increases the bond of internal angle fillets.
    • As an admixture to sand/cement screeds to provide a fully bonded screed
    • As an admixture to sand/cement repair mortar providing greater workability and adhesion
    • Bonding agent between new and old concrete
    • Bonding agent between render and brick and concrete walls
    • Sealing walls and ceilings prior to painting in high humidity areas such as bathrooms and kitchens

    Suitable Substrates

    Suitable Substrates

    • Concrete
    • Mortar
    • Stone
    • Screed
    • Render
    • Metals
    • Cement based waterproofing slurries

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