Citadel Polyurea Coatings Offers Polyurea-Based Material to Repair Damaged Concrete

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Citadel Polyurea Coatings is now offering a new polyurea-based material called Fortification Formula to repair and re-build damaged concrete.

Polyurea-based Fortification Formula

The Fortification Formula is a fast-setting material with low viscosity and high strength. It is non-porous, environmentally friendly and free form volatile organic compounds. It includes 100% solids and has less or no odor. The self-leveling characteristic of the repair material makes usage easier.

The Fortification Formula is a versatile product and is used to reconstruct vertical steps and curbs, fill spalling, fix damaged control joints and set anchor bolts. The material can also be used as filler to repair cracks, holes and large spalls.

Citadel Polyurea Coatings’ Fortification Formula is easy to mix as it is a 1:1 ratio dual component solution. The material can be used at any temperature, as it does not swell or shrink. It takes less than 10 minutes to set and enables repair work to be carried out whenever needed. The Fortification Formula has excellent durability and adhesion properties.

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