Seal Tite Coating for Ponds - The Under Water Coatings

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ORLANDO, Fla. - Aug. 11, 2014 - PRLog -- What is Seal Tite Pond Coating?
This is a liquid bonding system that creates an impervious membrane that yields high tensile and elastic properties.  This makes it an excellent choice for any waterproofing application.

Why was it developed?
As a coatings manufacturer, we quickly identified the need for a superior and affordable coating, specifically for waterproofing applications.  There are a few products that provide a way to waterproof a pond.

There are cementitious products that are applied during the new construction phase as well as plaster-type coatings that can be applied after initial construction.  These are difficult to use and takes a certain skill to be successful with.  So, if you want to do it yourself, you’ll need some real masonry experience to be successful.

There are coatings designed to seal concrete and provide a waterproof barrier.  These typically will fail because the underlying cement cracks naturally, resulting in failure of the coating.

The Solution
We have developed a spray pond coating that bonds to concrete and seals, allowing for long term water containment with minimal repairs.  With a high tensile strength, impact resistance and elasticity, this product has superior puncture resistance.

Seal Tite Coating for ponds forms a heavy seal from leeching chemicals as well as creating a membrane that resists underlying cracking to keep your pond watertight for years.

Seal Tite Coating is simple to apply and is used by professionals throughout the country for mid to large ponds.   Like with all coatings, preparation is the biggest factor determining whether you fail or succeed.

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