Silan 100 Penetrating Water Repellent

Silan 100 Penetrating Water Repellent

Solvent-free, silane-based water repellent to ZTV-ING OS-A and to DIN EN 1504-2/1.1, 2.1, 8.1.

Application Brick Staining, Concrete Coating and Staining, Concrete Repair, Masonry Restoration, Repair, & Protection, Priming Exterior, Water Repellent Impregnation, Waterproofing
Consumption 0.17 – 0.2 l/m2, approx. 0.3 l/m2 with two
applications. Precise consumption values must be
determined on the object being treated.
Packaging Plastic Jerrican
Sizes 5 liters & 25 liters
Usage Penetrating water repellent treatment
Documents
Silan 100-TDS  (Technical Data Sheet, PDF, 64 KB)
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Reference Projects

National Zoo- Elephant House
National Zoo- Elephant House (Washington, DC)
Elephant House
 
Stillwell Ave Trainstation
Stillwell Ave Trainstation (New York, NY)
 
Reagan National Airport
Reagan National Airport (Washington, DC)
 
Berkshire School - Berkshire Hall
Berkshire School - Berkshire Hall (Sheffield, MA)
KEIM UniversalPutz Render System with KEIM Silan 100 silica gel water repellency protected with KEIM Granital silicate paint.
 
Berkshire School - Bellas Dixon Math & Science Center
Berkshire School - Bellas Dixon Math & Science Center (Sheffield, MA)
New Construction of super insulated 48,000 Square foot builiding
 
Pier 53 Fire House
Pier 53 Fire House (New York, NY)
Concrete construction, new project construction, contemporary design housing administrative offices and equipment spaces
 
Corbin Building
Corbin Building (New York, NY)
Historic Landmark, built in 1888 and reported to be the tallest commercial building in NYC at the time of its completion.
 
Oceangate -2955 West 29th Street
Oceangate -2955 West 29th Street (Brooklyn, NY)
Concrete structure, 14 stories, with concrete balconies
 
The Hill Center at The Old Naval Hospital
The Hill Center at The Old Naval Hospital (Washington, DC)
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Arlington House - Mansion Exterior
Arlington House - Mansion Exterior (Arlington, VA)
stucco exterior, old existing paint of various types, pebble dash foundation
 
University of Pennsylvania, Hamilton House
University of Pennsylvania, Hamilton House (Philadelphia, PA)
Concrete high rise residence for graduate housing at U of P built in early 70's
 
Columbia University, Alfred Lerner Hall
Columbia University, Alfred Lerner Hall (New York, NY)
Newly built in 1999, multipurpose unique concrete and glass structure serves as the new student center.
 
University of Pennsylvania, Hamilton Village
University of Pennsylvania, Hamilton Village (Philadelphia, PA)
A collection of three skyscraper and three low-rise residential buildings built in the 1970's.
 
West Point Lighthouse
West Point Lighthouse (Seattle, WA)
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University of North Carolina Greensboro Soccer Stadium
University of North Carolina Greensboro Soccer Stadium (Greensboro, NC)
1990's concrete stadium was in need of renovation. Moisture was penetrating concrete and leaking into areas below stadium. Concrete was degrading and had become unsightly and rough.
 
Chapel of the Cross, Chapel Hill, NC
Chapel of the Cross, Chapel Hill, NC (Chapel Hill, NC)
 
Saint Matthews German Evangelical Lutheran Church
Saint Matthews German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Charleston, SC)
An historic masonry and stucco architectural icon in Charleston, SC, dedicated in 1872, was painstakingly restored from 2012--2015.
 
Giannini Hall
Giannini Hall (Berkeley, CA)
Exterior renovation of precast and board-formed concrete protected with water repellency and finished with a translucent mineral stain.
 
Wilshire Boulevard Temple
Wilshire Boulevard Temple (Los Angeles, CA)
The first synagogue in Los Angeles, the new Temple was dedicated in 1929.  Built in the Byzantine architectural style, it was built of concrete with a painted stucco exterior.   In 1973, the Wilshire Boulevard Temple was dedicated LA Historic-Cultural Monument No. 116.   The Wilshire Temple began extensive renovations of the historic facility in 2008, and the remodeled sanctuary reopened in 2013.
 
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon (Charleston, SC)

The Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon, also known as the Custom House, and The Exchange, is an historic building at East Bay and Broad Streets in Charleston, SC. Built in 1767-71, the exterior was in need of a long-lasting, breathable finish that would allow the historic masonry and lime mortar stucco to breathe freely.  It was also very important to deliver a finish that will last for decades, as the finish had to be previously refinished far too frequently.  

 
Mission National Bank
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Precast concrete cladding and decorative element repairs and silicate coating system.
 
South Central Regional Medical Center Laurel, Mississippi
South Central Regional Medical Center Laurel, Mississippi (Laurel, MS)
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Grand Central Air Terminal
Grand Central Air Terminal (Glendale, CA)
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Iwo Jima Monument, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC
Iwo Jima Monument, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC (Parris Island, SC)
A 1/3 scale cement/plaster replica of the bronze monument at Arlington Cemetery, this monument sits on the Peatross Parade Deck at the USMC Recruit Depot at Parris Island, SC.  It was first dedicated in 1952 and has had several restorations, including a 1964 full repaint with an epoxy finish to protect the plaster from water and the elements.  
 
Battery Parking Garage
Battery Parking Garage (New York, NY)
Battery Parking Garage, built in 1950 of cast concrete, was in need of exterior restoration. The aged concrete surface was seriously degraded with extensive corrosion of exposed steel structural rebar.  The MTA needed a cost-effective and long-term solution that would provide a weather and water repellent finish, while helping to mask the unsightly cracking and help minimize the appearance of extensive patching and beautify the exterior facade.   
 
University of Philadelphia International House
University of Philadelphia International House (Philadelphia, PA)
Built in 1970, cast concrete structure with 15 floors.