PermaFyx W685 is a thin-lay concrete resurfacer which provides a new wearing surface for old, worn concrete that is strong, durable, abrasion resistant and resistant to weathering such as freeze-thaw. PermaFyx W685 offers a huge reduction in downtime as it can be opened to traffic after 3 hours instead of leaving a new concrete slab 28 days. There are also large environmental benefits, removing the impact of breakout and disposal of a concrete slab. PermaFyx W685 reinstates the surface texture of concrete surfaces to provide a slip-resistant surface.
- Provides a new wearing surface
- Reinstates surface texture
- Can be opened to heavy traffic in 3 hours
- Excellent resistance to freeze/thaw
- Extremely durable
- Removes need to relay whole concrete slab
- Increased slip resistance
- Minimal downtime
- No weathering issues
- Long-term solution
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