CFC® WW200 Waste Water Concrete & Coating
CFC WW200 Waste Water Concrete & Coating is an acid resistant, low permeability, medium density pneumatically projected concrete for use over cementitious or metal elements as a structural concrete or protective coating.
What is Cold Fusion Concrete (CFC®)?
Geopolymer Solutions, LLC (GPS) has developed Cold Fusion Concrete (CFC ®). CFC® is a normal weight and lightweight, single dry material concrete, for water mixing. CFC® is resistant to most natural and man-made reagents including chlorides, sulfates, and various concentrations of acids including sulfuric* (.01 to 98%), hydrochloric (.01 to 85%), phosphoric (.01 to 75%), acetic (.01 to 80%), and nitric (.01 to 75%). CFC complies with the ASTMC C1157 Standard Performance Specification for Hydraulic Cement.
- Low shrinkage and low thermal coefficients.
- Cures quickly in warm/hot weather allowing rapid completion of projects.
- Shrinkage compensators reduce/remove cracking.
- Bonds to wood, concrete, masonry and just about everything except plastic or galvanizing.
- Acts as a water sealant.
- Can be colored.
- Green Technology containing absolutely no portland.
• Manhole repairs and protection.
• Underground pipe lining.
• Used as a chemical/acid resistant barrier for vulnerable materials.
• Basins, life-stations, culverts, and any other storm or sanitary waste-water use.
Packaging, Shelf Life Coverage
- Supplied in 50-pound bags or super sacks.
- Shelf life is approximately 2 years if properly stored in a humidity-controlled environment.
- At a 1/4-inch depth (3.125 mm), one bag will cover 23 square feet (2.2 square meters).
Directions for Use
• If used on galvanized metal, coat the surface with Fusion Prime at a rate of .02 gallons per square yard, 24 hours in advance of WW200 application.
• Concrete/Masonry Preparation – Prepare the surface of Portland materials by removing any dirt, debris, or incompatible coatings. Surface should be moist. If coating over materials previously subject to low pH materials, neutralize the surface, remove low pH concrete, and/or use Fusion Bond at a rate of .02 gallons per square yard.
• Using a high-sheer paddle or whip type mixer, gradually combine approximately 2 gallons of water per
55- lb bag and mix for between 2 to 4 minutes.
• Adjust continuous mixing apparatus for a sprayable consistency that achieves the design thicknesses. Rotor stator or squeeze pumps are optimal.
• Apply WW200 using standard industry stucco or other nozzle or spin-cast apparatus. Apply WW200 at the thicknesses stipulated by GPS’ Technical Department based upon the scope of the application.
• Place the element into surface when WW200 has achieved a minimum of 6,000 psi strength.
COLD FUSION CONCRETE A-SERIES WW200 WASTE WATER CONCRETE & COATING
|CFC® SL200||Low Range||High Range|
|BULK DENSITY, PCF||ASTMC138||110||120|
|COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH, PSI||ASTMC579||6,000||9,000|
|BOND STRENGTH, PSI||ASTMC321||1,200||2,500|
|TENSILE STRENGTH, PSI||ASTMC307||1,200||2,500|
|YOUNG’S MODULUS, PSI||ASTMC469||3.5X 106||5.0 X 106|
|COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION, 10-6IN/°F||ASTMC531||1.30||2.0|
|SERVICE TEMPERATURE, °F||–||1,000||1,600|
|WATER ABSORPTION, %||ASTMC413||0.90||1.5|
|WORKING TIME, MINUTES||ASTMC308||60||120|