Camas, WA, June 30, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Maxx Sales recently tested Ultra Ever-Dry on concrete forms in the lab (using various concrete formulations) and on the job site using 4,000 psi, 6-inch slump. The results varied slightly, based on the concrete formulation, but there are some general considerations that determine the most appropriate and efficient use of Ultra Ever-Dry in coating concrete forms.
Concrete forms pre-coated with Ultra Ever-Dry provide easy release of the finished concrete component. However, Ultra Ever-Dry coated concrete forms average about four discharges, after which the wet concrete began to deplete the Ultra Ever-Dry and stick to the forms.
For this reason, both concrete form users and testers of Ultra Ever-Dry recommend use of Ultra Ever-Dry in situations where protection of environmentally sensitive areas is important. Most appropriate and efficient consideration, in order to avoid seepage of form oils into storm water runoff or watershed areas.
The most economical application of Ultra Ever-Dry in these situations is by professional, certified Ultra Ever-Dry spray applicators. Contractors can purchase only the amount of Ultra Ever-Dry (down to the ounce) that is needed, and molds receive an even, thorough spray application that supports optimum performance of Ultra Ever-Dry. Video below shows how Ultra Ever-Dry is being applied to concrete forms:
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Only you can get the right tools and technical advice through Maxx Sales. Keep checking back to get the latest technology updates that are offered. Through pictures and video, users can understand exactly how Ultra Ever Dry needs to be supplied. Application is key in finding success with Ultra Ever Dry. Ultra Ever Dry is for industrial/commercial use only. It cannot be used by normal consumers, for this reason Maxx Sales stresses the key to succeeding is all in application.