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Webinar

Specifying Clear Water Repellents


Total Credits: 1 AIA Credits

Category:
Coatings and Waterproofing |  Masonry |  Surface Preparation |  Technical Presentations |  Webinar
Presenter:
Andrew Jones
Duration:
1 hour
License:
Access for event date only.

Dates



Description

Overview

ICRI announces the first two webinars of ICRI’s Summer Webinar Series. This four-part monthly series, running from June through September, will cover topics related to the protection of concrete from deterioration and degradation presented by leading professionals in the concrete protection industry.

Description

This webinar covers when and why to use Clear Water Repellents on masonry and concrete. The presenter will provide a comparison of the available technologies and performance properties associated with Water Repellents. Participants will learn how to evaluate these technologies in order to select the correct repellent for the project and ensure a clear and precise specification can be written.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand when and why to use Clear Water Repellents as well as where not use these materials.
  2. Learn the proper selection process of specifying commercially available Above Grade Clear Water-Repellent Treatments.
  3. Evaluate the techniques and matrix to choose the correct water repellent for a project.
  4. Understand the performance tests required to ensure a clear precise specification can be written.

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Presenter

Andrew Jones's Profile

Andrew Jones Related seminars and products

Midwest Regional Manager

Evonik Corporation


Andrew Jones is the Midwest Business Manager for the Building Protection Segment (Protectosil®) of Evonik Corporation. Based in Eagan, Minnesota, Andrew is responsible for managing the sales and business activities for the Protectosil™ product line in a 15 State Midwest region, including field technical support and specification development.  Andrew has over 20 years of experience in various segments of the Concrete Products and Construction Chemicals industries.  Andrew received his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and an Economics Minor from Minnesota State University, Mankato. 


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