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Calcium Carbide testing and Silicates

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(11-16-2012, 09:27 AM)CC Solutions Wrote:  Really? You never used the scare tactic? Maybe just a few minutes ago you mean:


(11-16-2012, 07:59 AM)ILLENTINC Wrote:  there is NO flooring manufacturer, adhesive manufacturer(with the exception of one), or test meter manufacturer that offers a comprehensive labor and material warranty against a MVE failure. The ONLY way to guarantee you will not have a MVE failure and get a warranty against same is the application of a quality mitigation system.

The truth is ALL of them offer a warranty, UNLESS a contaminant is found on the slab, such as the one you sell.

You shame yourself saying the flooring manufacturers have no interest in their products being successful for their customers. How can you live with yourself using such tactics to make a sale?

Place a good slab, cure it properly, test it using Wagner Rapid RH and install the adhesive directly to the concrete. No magic potion contaminants necessary.

How is stating a fact a "scare tactic"?
They all warranty their PRODUCT. Some will cover labor some will not if their PRODUCT fails.

NO guarantee you will not have an MVE failure, no comprehensive material and labor warranty against MVE failure unless you use a quality mitigation system. You can minimize risk, you can test and pray, but you can not guarantee you will not have a failure, and no one warranties, material and labor, against MVE failure except for quality mitigation systems.

With my system, when properly applied, there is nothing on the surface. When proactive, admixture at batch plant, nothing on surface.
When you use an epoxy system, you contaminate the surface with epoxy, and in most cases reintroduce VOCs into the building envelope. Then top with a cementitious SLU so the adhesive will stick. You contaminate the concrete slab.

In both cases the mitigation system manufacturer provides the comprehensive material and labor warranty against MVE failure and that warranty supersedes the flooring or adhesive manufacturer.

This is not a scare tactic, it is a factual statement.

Have a good weekend everybody.
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RE: Calcium Carbide testing and Silicates - ILLENTINC - 11-16-2012, 01:54 PM

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