Proactive Moisture Mitigation

Without ISE Logik MVRA 900

Without ISE Logik MVRA 900, moisture vapor can escape from the concrete and damage flooring or roofing systems.

With ISE Logik MVRA 900

With ISE Logik MVRA 900, the microscopic capillaries in the concrete are closed off and do not allow the moisture vapor to escape to the surface and damage flooring or roofing systems.

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Project Profiles

St. Francis Hospital-Interquest | Colorado Springs, CO

Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Product Used: MVRA 900
General Contractor: GE Johnson Construction Co.
Architect: Hunton Brady Architects

Lubbock-Cooper High School | Lubbock, TX

Location: Lubbock, TX
Product Used: MVRA 900
General Contractor: Sandia Construction
Architect: Parkhill
Ready Mix Producer: Ingram Concrete

Lubbock-Cooper High School
Clemens Aviation | Wichita, Kansas

Clemens Aviation | Wichita, Kansas

Buildings:100,000 sq ft of Aircraft hangars Partial completion December 2020. Product: MVRA900 to mitigate moisture migration in all of the concrete slabs that received epoxy coatings…

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Construction Specifier October 2022

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The name is Bond … Mat Bond Tests

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