Moisture Vapor Reduction Admixtures
ISE Logik Industries is strategically located in Gulfport, MS, allowing for a geographical central hub for our clients throughout the Americas. From our state of the art chemical manufacturing facility and distribution logistics center in Gulfport, to our distribution logistics centers in Columbus, OH and Latin America, we are well positioned to supply each region in a timely manner.
ISE Logik Industries combines top individuals from the concrete moisture vapor reduction (MVRA) and floorcovering technical consulting markets, and chemical, civil, concrete engineers under one umbrella, bringing unequalled full-spectrum expertise to each and every project.
ISE Logik Industries MVRA 900, a Certified ASTM C494 Type S Admixture, is formulated to react with the hydroxide ions produced by the cement hydration process. In doing so, this creates additional hydration products within the capillary pores and blocks them, effectively shutting down moisture vapor movement through the concrete.
Manufactured with deionized water to remove trace mineral ions and containing no chloride based materials, our products will not promote nor contribute to corrosion of embedded or reinforcing steel.
ISE Logik Industries MVRA 900 has been specifically formulated for use in normal and light weight concrete mixes to produce low permeability concrete across a wide spectrum of mix designs. Typical uses of ISE Logik Industries MVRA 900 include but are not limited to:
Each manufactured lot of our products is produced under some of the most exacting chemical manufacturing processes available, using only deionized water as its base ingredient. Deionized water guarantees that all steps to prevent the unwanted introduction of chloride and sulfate into the concrete batching sequence are being taken. Further, ISE Logik Industries MVRA 900 is the only product that independently performance tests in hardened concrete each and every manufactured lot against the following standards, prior to shipment:
Last Update: 2020-07-02