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I’ve heard about using crystalline admixture or crystalline materials on top of concrete to fill voids and make the substrate less permeable. When is this desirable, and what is the best way to use these materials?


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From Bart Bergsbaken of SPG on May 11, 2020:
Crystalline admixtures are reactive to moisture movement. There are proactive solutions that do not affect materials from bonding to the concrete.

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