A benchmark study involving market leading competitive binders shows (Figure 16) that the novel polymer outperforms in DPUR, leaching resistance, tannin blocking, efflorescence
resistance, scrub resistance, corrosion resistance, gloss retention, and tint strength.
You can get efflorescence
remover, but I would leave it a few months to give the efflorescence
time to migrate.
Evidently, rain penetrated the mortar joints, or more likely, the chimney cap or faulty flashing, and carried the dissolved salts deeply into the chimney all the way through to the hearth, where you found the efflorescence
Regardless, Megachange gives an impressive and thoughtful summary of where we're likely to be in the next few decades, It includes clever, quotable sentences ('Economic growth is more like the efflorescence
of a forest than the growth of a tree') and useful, well-designed graphs that break down complex issues into easily digestible pieces, making it a useful guidebook for the forward-looking layman.
Since the patch is new stucco, before you paint, prime the patch with a masonry primer designed with specific resistance to high pH and efflorescence
Topics include an evaluation of efflorescence
test methods for brick, stucco as a barrier to water penetration during hurricanes, the flexural tensile strength of clay masonry, a comparison of freeze and thaw test procedures on molded brick, and the thermal resistance of brick masonry systems.
It's enough," he wrote, "to give you some sense of the tremendous diversity of Jewish cultural expression during the 78 era, which stretched from the late 19th centurya full 25 years before the advent of radioto the early 1950s, a span that saw the efflorescence
of Yiddish theater, the rise of 'hebe' dialect humor, and the eager engagement of a rapidly assimilating immigrant community with American culture at large.
is the presence of salt residue leeching from within the masonry material that forms on the exterior surface of the wall.
When the crystallization of salts happen beneath the surface of the brick-mortar matrix, the phenomenon is called subsurface efflorescence
In 2004, a Corps inspection--conducted by the New York District--showed that leaks were present behind a buildup of efflorescence
(crystallization that had accumulated on the dam's surface), raising concerns that there could be a more serious problem down the road if the dam was left unmonitored.
The local bricks are both soft and porous and this causes extensive problems of water ingress efflorescence
, and decay, especially where poor maintenance regimes have allowed some problems to persist.
was characterized by an enormous efflorescence
of voluntary organizations.