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If you are looking to increase the strength and density of your concrete, and you want to reduce damage and deterioration caused by water absorption, you need two different products. First, you want to apply a concrete densifier like the Armor S2000 or Armor L3000 Let the densifier react below the surface for at least 7 days, then apply a water repellent sealer like the Armor SX5000 WB or Armor SX5000.

What is the difference between the Armor S2000 and Armor L3000?

The Armor S2000 is a sodium silicate concrete densifier and the Armor L3000 is a lithium silicate concrete densifier. Both products offer identical performance abilities. The Armor S2000 has a slightly larger molecule size and is great for very porous surfaces, while the Armor L3000 has a smaller molecule size and is fast-acting, making it great for less porous surfaces. Both the Armor S2000 and Armor L3000 chemically react with the free lime and calcium in the concrete to produce a permanent CSH structure within the pores that will increase the strength and density by up to 45%.

What is the difference between the Armor SX5000 WB and the Armor SX5000?

The Armor SX5000 WB is a water-based silane-siloxane and the Armor SX5000 is a solvent-based silane siloxane. Both sealers will chemically react to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. The life and performance abilities are identical. Whether you choose the Armor SX5000 WB or the Armor SX5000 will depend on whether you prefer a water-based or solvent-based product. If you are sensitive to strong odors, or if you don’t have a solvent-resistant sprayer, the Armor SX5000 WB may be a better choice.

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