Conservare H

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[Prosoco, Inc] A trademark for a stone consolidant commposed of a mixture of partially polymerized alkoxysilanes and silicic ethyl esters. Conservare H is dispersed in a solvent mixture of white spirit, methyethylketone, and acetone. It is primarily used for the consolidation of materials such as sandstone, limestone, stucco, terracotta, and brick.

Synonyms and Related Terms

Wacker H

Other Properties

Solvents = white spirit, methylethylketone, acetone.

Catalysts = dibutyltindilaurate

Melting Point -30
Density 0.909- 0.936

Hazards and Safety

Flash point = 43 C

Additional Information

Prosoco:Product Information

Sources Checked for Data in Record

  • Marie Svoboda, Conservation Survey Index, unpublished, 1997
  • Product Information Comment: Prosoco spec data sheet, 2000

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