Flor-Sil Hardener Densifier for Concrete

Hardener / Densifier for Concrete & Terrazzo


FLOR-SILis a concrete and terrazzo densifier formulated with the latest hybrid lithium chemical technology. Used in the Diamatic Management Services (DMS) ULTRAFLOR® System. FLOR-SILpenetrates deep into concrete surfaces, providing longer life and higher reflectivity to the polished concrete surface. FLOR-SILis an environmentally friendly treatment crucial to the installation of the ULTRAFLOR® System. Together, FLOR-SILand ULTRAFLOR® produce a concrete/terrazzo surface with improved abrasion resistance and reduced surface dusting. With proper installation, FLOR-SIL™ will not leave clouding effects that can be difficult to remove. FLOR-SILis an easy to apply product that requires only one treatment with no need for brooming or rinsing—a common procedure in sodium and potassium based densifier products. FLOR-SILwill not contribute to alkali-silica reactivity (ASR).  FLOR-SILinhibits alkali salts (efflorescence) and sweating in concrete/masonry surfaces.

FLOR-SILand the ULTRAFLOR® System extends the life of the concrete far longer than the traditional polishing process while enhancing the appearance of the surface. Ultimately, this results in superior durability, exceptional shine retention, and lower life-cycle costs in comparison to all floor coating/covering systems.

400 to 500 sq. ft. per gallon (12-15m2 per liter). Note: Coverage or treatment yield will vary with concrete quality, porosity, finish, and the environment.

Advantages & Benefits

  • Deepens clarity and heightens reflectivity (gloss) 
  • Extends the service life of the floor 
  • Penetrates and seals existing hardened floors 
  • User-friendly, non-whitening 
  • Improves chemical and water resistance 
  • Easy to use and maintain 
  • Increases abrasion resistance 
  • Environmentally friendly — VOC compliant 
  • Reduces alkalinity/efflorescence 
  • Interior / exterior use

For more product information on application, technical and safety data, please see our literature page.