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Protective Coatings and Sealers for Concrete

Total Credits: 1 PDH

Dave Fuller
1 Hour
Audio and Video
Access for 6 month(s) after purchase.


Protective coatings can be an integral part of a long-term concrete repair and protection strategy.  From minimizing the intrusion of moisture and chlorides into a repaired structure, to providing waterproofing, chemical resistance, safety features and aesthetics to existing structures, protective coatings and sealers can greatly impact the long-term performance of repair areas and structures as a whole.  This presentation will focus on the function of these technologies, how they impact a repair and protect concrete structures, and how repair materials and protective coatings ultimately must work together as a system to provide long lasting protection of a structure. Attendees will ultimately learn the benefits as well as limitations of various coatings technologies in creating an effective protection strategy.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how coatings and sealers can protect a concrete structure
  2. Demonstrate the key aspects of the coating selection process
  3. Learn how to evaluate different coating and sealer technologies to create a protection strategy
  4. Identify key project objectives that will influence coating and sealer selection



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Dave Fuller is Technical Services Lead at Master Builders Solutions. He has been in the construction materials industry for 30 years in mainly technical capacities working for PPG, ICI, Degussa and BASF. As a subject matter expert in coatings, sealants, flooring systems and concrete repair materials, Dave has designed, developed and delivered in person and virtual technical training programs throughout his career for customers and internal employees. Dave holds a Masters in Adult Education and Training and is responsible for the development and delivery of technical product training for Master Builders Solutions.

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