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SANI-TRED® offers waterproofing solutions for pools, basements, foundations, ponds, roofs, decks, and much more! With endless product applications SANI-TRED® has been trusted in a wide variety industries such as zoos, factories, fire stations, and more.
The best part about SANI-TRED® is you can easily apply it yourself. If your a contractor or a homeowner looking for a DIY waterproofing solution, The SANI-TRED® is the perfect product.
The SANI-TRED® System has been keeping water out for over 20 years. We guarantee our product, when properly applied, for life of the structure. Take a look at our customers recent waterproofing projects or Try The SANI-TRED® System risk free today!
Recently Steve Beavers of 7C’s Construction was asked if he could restore an aging water fountain in the St. Louis area. Steve recommended the Sani-Tred System as a long term, affordable, and attractive option. Steve re-sloped the bottom of the fountain from 1 1/2″ – 1/2″ to drain better with rapid set mortar mix. He also parged the vertical walls with grout to fill in grinder marks prior to coating. He then primed with Permaflex, patched with LRB/TAV mixture, and then after another coat of Permaflex topcoated with blue swimming pool epoxy. Steve loved the ease of use, and the customer loved the look of their “new” fountain.
Epoxy Surface Pros of Southern California was called by a customer that wanted to resurface their aging concrete deck. The contractor prepped the surface with a concrete grinder and applied Permaflex to the concrete. Then he broadcast decorative quartz into the Permaflex for a super durable, non-slip surface. The results are almost as beautiful as the view.
Recently Zion Waterproofing Pro’s in Illinois waterproofed a a leaky basement with the Sani-Tred system. Then a decorative faux concrete wood flooring system was installed as well as a Graniflex flooring system.
Recently Justin Eckrote of The Nobel Surface repair an aging water feature that was leaking. Justin used Sani-Tred products to permanently seal the pond, and give it a fresh look. See the dramatic difference.
Recently HC Products in Canada was approached by a golf course to repair some concrete that was a real eyesore. The public course with a private touch, Savannah Golf Links is your gateway to Cambridge’s idyllic golf paradise. Centrally located near Hamilton, Kitchener, Guelph and other Ontario cities.
Weathered concrete at the front entrance to the club house has caused pitting in the concrete, as well, a crack extending from the corner of the building across the entire slab. Not only was the customer was looking for a repair of the pitting and crack, but a presentable front entrance to be suitable for the prestigious golf club Savannah Links has become.
To use the Sani-Tred system containing Permaflex and LRB with a 500% elongation to fix the crack and ensure it will not come back. Next use a concrete overlay to repair the pitting and to create the architectural appearance the customer desired.
The materials have had a strong lasting effect without any signs that any pitting or cracks to return.
Recently Justin Eckrote of The Nobel Surface repaired a concrete walkway and wheelchair access ramp for a soon-to-open medical clinic and adult daycare. Numerous cracks and pits were repaired and a brand new handicap access ramp was built from using Sani-Tred repair products. The final product looks fantastic and will provide years of safe access to the facility.
Recently HC Products of Canada was approached about a mid-century ranch style bungalow with a leaking foundation. A contractor had placed a concrete walkway around their pool which was unfortunately sloped toward their house.
Toto prevent any water from entering through the brick-to-concrete joint at the pool deck, HC Products applied the Sani-Tred system using Permaflex and LRB as a sealant.
The Sani-Tred system was effective in sealing the brick-to-concrete joint at the pool deck and prevented any future damage of water possibly entering the foundation.
Recently Justin Eckrote of The Nobel Surface was approached by the owner of a storage facility that was experiencing upheaval in his concrete. Justin suggested using Sani-Tred products to repair concrete until there was a budget for replacement. Justin used a grinder to level out the high points then used Sani-Tred to repair the cracks, this storage unit will be back in service for sometime without the downtime and cost of removing and replacing the damaged concrete. Update so far the storage unit has been in service for over a year with no new cracks.
Recently Dennis Olsen of Harrisonburg Epoxy flooring was asked if there was anything they could do for the Bridgewater Water Treatment facility to permanently fix the concrete and to update it. Dennis used the Sani-Tred system to repair cracks, spalling and popping. Providing a durable decorative surface that will provide many years of safe service.
The X-5000 Dynamometer Car was originally designed and built by the Milwaukee Road (designers Vern Green and Leonard Lentz) at the Milwaukee Shops in 1930 to measure steam locomotive output by means of a large hydraulic unit spliced into the center sill called a dynamometer unit that generates a hydraulic pressure proportional to the drawbar pull or buff (push) measured at the coupler of car.
Warren Newhauser, an Illinois Railway Museum member involved in restoring Milwaukee Road Dynamometer car X-5000, said in his own words: “Another product we used for waterproofing the roof is from a company called www.Sanitred.com. They make a “Permaflex” urethane waterproof compound that will adhere to less than ideally prepped surfaces, which is what we had. It was designed for metal roofs. They also make a calk called “Liquid Rubber Base” which can fill gaps, spaces, etc. like caulk. We have found nothing else that will seal the roof like this stuff. It is unbelievable how well it works. It literally saved our car from incessent roof leaks. Not cheap, but worth every penny too. Our sandblasting contractor uses it all the time and recommended it.”