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ProSeries from Techniseal
ProSeries from Techniseal
November 19, 2014 12:45 PM CST

ProSeries from Techniseal

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ProSeries from Techniseal is a product line specifically aimed at paver professionals. The ProSeries is a three-step paver care system of cleaning stains, preparing the surface and applying the protective sealant. Techniseal provides effective maintenance products to remove all types of stains as well as efflorescence and ground-in dirt.

Techniseal proposes a protector to retain the original look of pavers, enhance their color or even revive and rejuvenate faded surfaces. Many of Techniseal ProSeries protectors have been reformulated with new ingredients to provide professionals with environmentally friendly products. Nearly all protectors are formulated without strong or flammable solvents, and emit low VOC levels in the atmosphere.

An investment in pavers adds character and value to a facility. However, the erosion of joint sand and the appearance of weeds and ants can quickly create an eyesore. After developing the first polymeric sand for paver joints in 1998, Techniseal has continued to develop increasingly efficient formulas, including the RG+ and HP2.

Unlike conventional sand, Techniseal Polymeric Sand remains stable and stays in place. It resists erosion caused by sweeping, wind, rain and even pressure washing. It also inhibits weed growth and resists insect infestation, leaving pavers clean at all times.

Originally published in Masonry magazine.


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