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Coatings for Swimming Pools - Concrete Protection Systems
Ceramic Polymer Concrete Protection Systems feature durable functionality and esthetics for indoor pool
By: Ceramic Polymer + Strohbeck GmbH
Concrete protection systems for swimming pools have to fulfill special requirements. Firstly, they build a reliable barrier and protect the concrete from humidity. Moreover, resistances against constantly elevated water temperatures and chlorine influences are demanded. A smooth surface and esthetic appeal are important aspects as well.
Application of the primer
In preparation for the coating the concrete was grinded, built up and smoothed with fine plaster. Subsequently, the company Strohbeck applied the prime coat CP-Synthofloor BETA 8016 with a conventional roll. On the moisture surface quartz was scattered generously, after curing of the primer the loose sand was brushed off. Therefore, an anchorage profile for the effective adhesion of the following coating is created.
Details of application
Project: Coating on concrete indoor pool
- CP-Synthofloor BETA 8016 (800 g/m2)
- PROGUARD CN 200, lightgrey (1 kg/m2)
- PROGUARD CN 200, white (800 g/m2)
Application of the protective coating by airless spraying process
PROGUARD CN 200 was applied in two layers. The simple treatment by airless spraying enables a fast and cost-efficient application. The coating is reinforced with special micro ceramic particles to effectuate a supremely high impermeability. PROGUARD CN 200 is free from solvents. Hence, no harmful volatile substances evaporate during the curing process. The product requirements for the pool sector, particularly resistances against abrasion and exposure to chlorine are fulfilled reliably through the high-quality physical properties of PROGUARD CN 200.
From rough concrete to a smooth surface
PROGUARD CN 200 shows an extremely smooth and nonporous surface texture; thus a comfortable character of the pool walls is provided which meets a long-lasting high level of quality.
Ceramic Polymer GmbH