Lithium Densifier is a complex blend of Lithium and other inorganic soluble silicates. When applied to concrete or masonry surfaces the silicates react with calcium hydroxide and reduce porosity and permeability of the concrete matrix. The result is that both the hardness and chemical resistance of the surface is increased resulted in longer service life. Membrane forming sealers can be worn away in high traffic areas, leaving the unprotected concrete unsightly and susceptible to chemical attack.
Lithium Densifier penetrates into the pores of the surface, it will not scratch or peel off. Concrete / Terrazzo surfaces treated with this densifier can be diamond polished in order to achieve a polish of high sheen. It is suggested the densifier be applied to cement based terrazzo for increased polish life as a part of the terrazzo polishing process.
Features and Benefits
- Densifies and dustproofs bare concrete and terrazzo (cement based) floors.
- Reacts instantly upon contact with floor surface.
- Produces surface gloss which improves with age.
- Will not absorb water or contribute to floor sweating.
- High traction, non-slip for safe floors.
- Effective on both new and old floors.
- UV stable - will not yellow, flake or discolor.
- VOC Compliant. Non-flammable, odorless.
- Easy to maintain, no additional floor finish is necessary.
- Resistant to surface whitening.
1. Prepare the surface by removing all topical coatings. (This step is not needed for brand new concrete)
2. Apply Diamabrush Lithium with a flat mop, roller or pump up sprayer to the point of puddling.
3. Product should be agitated with a floor squeegee or broom until dry to prevent the drying of any puddles.
*For vertical surfaces, spray just to the point of runoff, working from bottom to top*
Lithium based concrete densifier is sold in 5 gallon containers only.
Lithium Based Densifier Specifications
Appearance: Clear liquid
Solubility in water: Complete
Viscosity: Water thin
Flash point: None
Stability: Stable under normal conditions
- 800 square feet per gallon on smooth concrete
- 400 square feet per gallon on broomed concrete
- 1100-1600 square feet per gallon on cement-based terrazzo