ASTM C 779
At least 32.5% abrasion resistance over untreated samples after only 30 minutes.
At least 40% increase in compressive strength after 7 days.
At least 13.3%increase in impact resistance compared to untreated samples.
At least 93% greater moisture retention during the initial 24 hour curing period compared to untreated samples
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Three of them take place within hours or days: hardening, dust-proofing, and curing. Only sealing requires significantly more time. While the sealing process is well advanced at about 90 days, allowing water to begin to bead on a smooth steel troweled surface, the concrete will continue its sealing process at a much slower rate for up to 9-12 months.
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Application Specification for the Ashford Formula