Do I have to wait 28 days to apply a coating on new concrete?
No. Using Gill 33® Superbond will allow you to coat on new concrete in less than the normal 28 days.
How soon can Gill Modified Concrete withstand normal tired vehicular traffic?
Concrete made with Gill 33® Superbond will accept normal tired vehicular traffic in 4 hours.
Isn’t labor intensive, expensive bagged material the only way to patch and repair concrete?
No. Gill 33® Superbond allows you to prepare concrete by hand or in large batch trucks at a significantly less cost per cubic foot.
Does concrete and grout made with Gill 33® Superbond permanently bond to existing concrete?
Yes. Gill Modified Concrete/Grout will bond to non-coated concrete that has been properly prepared and cleaned per our Procedural Bulletins.
Does Gill Modified Concrete/Grout shrink?
No. Unlike most other rapid curing and high early strength concrete/grouts, independent tests prove Gill Modified Concrete/Grout results in zero shrinkage.
Is Gill 33® Superbond hazardous to use?
No. Gill 33® Superbond is non-hazardous and environmentally safe. It will not damage mixers or hand tools and cleans up easily with water.
Isn’t it expensive?
When confronted with shutdown schedules or time critical jobs, Gill 33® Superbond is minimal compared to money lost from downtime.
Can’t the ready mix company blend something equivalent for quick turnaround concrete?
No. Gill 33® Superbond is the only admixture that allows 24 hour coatability from a ready mix design.
Aren’t there similar products that can accomplish what Gill 33® Superbond can?
No. There is not another all in one product on the market today that can perform as Gill 33® Superbond!