A Brief Look at Common Surfaces Treatments

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Common surface treatments include adhesives, sealants, grouts, sealers, grout repair, and epoxies. Common surface treatments can also be separated into two broad categories: physical treatments that treat the physical surfaces and non-physical treatments that treat only the surfaces. Non-physical surface treatments include such diverse items as adhesives, epoxies, grouts, sealants, and surfacemakers. Physical treatments include such diverse items as concrete staining, floor tinting, and metal finishing. Common physical treatments include concrete staining, floor tiling, metal finishing, and concrete staining.

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Some common materials used in surface treatments include cement, epoxy, polyurethane, polymers, water-based acrylics, and wax. Some surface treatments are accomplished by physical pressure, while others are accomplished by chemical agents. Cementitious materials are such things as cement, epoxy, polyurethane, polymers, water-based acrylics, and mastic. Some sealants are water-based, polymer, and cementitious.

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Other types of surface treatments are accomplished by electroplating or electrochemical techniques, including metal treatments with plating equipment, electroplating of metals, and electrochemical coating of metals with metals. Coatings and plating may be combined to enhance the appearance of materials as well as to protect them from moisture, wear and tear, and corrosion. Other types of surface treatments are geared toward providing protection from airborne contaminants. For example, some coating systems are designed to protect against ultraviolet radiation (UV) exposure. It is important to use a reputable company such as Poeton when looking for surface treatment options.

 

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