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Calcium Carbide testing and Silicates
11-16-2012, 09:03 AM,
RE: Calcium Carbide testing and Silicates
Sorry Ed, you were put in your place on LinkedIn by adhesive manufacturers that belittled you for saying they have no moisture warranty. Obviously they do, and it is in writing. Every manufacturer warrants their product against moisture failure to a specific RH or MVER. Your sales tactic of trying to scare customers into believing that 6 ounces of your magic potion will revolutionize their concrete and is the ONLY way they get a warranty is ludicrous!

The facts still stand. Silicates ARE a contaminant. Manufacturers WILL void all warranties if they are found on the slab. You have NO written allowance for your contaminant to be applied to a concrete slab with the warranty being retained. We have proof the MVER is not reduced and even Bob who patented silicate products for the concrete industry has told you your product is being mis-specified for something it cannot possibly do.

The truth is when failures happen, you claim it was improper installation and you stick the problem on the installer. That's the cold hard truth. You sell an unproven product that manufacturers warn us about, you use scare tactics to make the sale and then run from failures. You are a salesman, spouting anything to make a sale. Show us some real proof and industry acceptance then we'll talk.

Spray and Pray, then Pay and Pay.
JD Grafton
Concrete Answers for Flooring Problems
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RE: Calcium Carbide testing and Silicates - CC Solutions - 11-16-2012, 09:03 AM