Pangel CS 610

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Pangel CS 610

PANGEL CS 610 is a pozzolanic additive based on colloidal silica with very fine (7 nanometers) and narrow particle size distribution. Its rapid surface penetration leads to very fast bonding with calcium hydroxide
[Ca(OH)2] which provides an outstanding densifier/hardener effect.

• PANGEL CS 610 reacts with calcium hydroxide in the concrete matrix to create additional calcium silicate hydrates (C-S-H).
• PANGEL CS 610 provides a harder and more uniform surface making it withstand abrasion and take a better polish effect.
• Due to its unique structure, PANGEL CS 610 works as densifier/ hardener in concrete flooring applications providing better overall mechanical performance (surface hardness, compressive strength, permeability and abrasion resistance ) thus replacing other silicate densifiers.

PANGEL CS610 provides tangible benefits and savings vs. other silicate based (i.e. sodium, potassium, lithium) densifiers:
• Reduces operating costs by increased ease of maintenance and cleaning
• Speed of application; no overnight curing
• Deeper penetration
• Faster reacting
• Safe to handle liquid – lower pH than silicates
• Reduces dusting, efflorescence and ASR
• Compatible with colored concrete, stains and dyes
• No whitening potential; no caustic gel to scrub off
• Non-hazardous. Water-based, low odor

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Color Transparent
Density (g/cm3) 1.20 + 0.01
pH 10 + 1


• PANGEL CS 610 can be applied to freshly-poured concrete slabs as soon as it sets, while the concrete is still wet.
• It can be applied using low-pressure pump or by spryer.
• Product is compatible with most concrete admixtures used in concrete (i.e. MRWR, HRWR, set retarders, accelerators, AEA) and additions (i.e. SCM, fibers).
• For use with other admixtures systems, please contact TOLSA sales office or representative for further advice.

The dose of PANGEL CS 610 varies depending on the porosity of the floor. Test on a small sample area to determine appropriate application rate and technique before applying to entire project area.
Use coverage rates (8 to 14 m2 per liter) as a starting point to determine necessary application rate.

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