Induron Launches Epoxy Mortar Coating


A high-performance epoxy modified cementitious surface and repair mortar from Induron Protective Coatings (Birmingham, Alabama) has been launched to restore deteriorated masonry substrates prior to application of chemical resistant topcoats.

“We realized a need in the marketplace for an new-and-improved and easy-to-use epoxy mortar,” said Andy Odorsynski, Induron National Sales Manager, in a press release. “Mortarchem’s user-friendliness is unmatched. It’s one of those products that seems too good to be true until you apply it yourself.”

According to Induron, the epoxy mortar fills bugholes, seals pores and mitigates outgassing when applied as a parge coat over properly prepared new concrete and embodies a proprietary technology, including a unique ceramic modification package. Mortarchem can be topcoated with most Induron high performance epoxies and polyurethanes for use in most atmospheric and immersion exposures.

“At Induron, our goal is to manufacture and provide innovative technology to solve problems for our customers,” said Davies Hood, Induron President. “Sometimes this means producing a new product for a specific need in the marketplace. Mortarchem is an excellent addition to our ever-expanding product line.”


Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Coating Materials; Coatings; concrete; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Epoxy; Induron Coatings; Industrial coatings; Latin America; Mortars; North America; Protective Coatings; Z-Continents

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