SurfaPore C – Nanotechnology for cement surfaces, mortar, grout, stucco and natural or artificial stones.


SurfaPore C formulation creates a water repelling protection by deeply penetrating into the pores of the substrates, instead of sealing them compared to conventional formulations. Therefore, the substrate is deeply protected and not affected by abrasion or mechanical wear. SurfaPore C modified surfaces last longer comparing to conventional film coatings and are more resistant to the “hard” part of solar light (UV radiation) which does not induce the “yellowing” effect.


SurfaPore C is a water based, liquid formulation that provides water repellency and protection of a wide range of building surfaces. As its viscosity is similar to water, it deeply penetrates into capillaries that no elastomer or polymer can reach. The nanotechnology based composition assures effectiveness, prolonged lifetime, no change of the original natural appearance and “breath-ability” of the modified surface. In case moisture is trapped or a water leakage takes place behind a SurfaPore C modified surface, water can evaporate through the open pores to the environment relieving negative capillary pressure. In this manner swelling and cracking of material are prevented and surfaces remain dry and unchanged in both appearance and mechanical properties.


Natural and artificial stones, walls, basements, rooftops, render, stucco, tile grout


Surface Application: The application surface should be dry and clean. Apply SurfaPore C by using a brush, roller or spraying. No dilution is required. On very absorptive surfaces re-apply within 3 hours.

Mixing: Replace 1/3 of water used in your mix with SurfaPore C. Mix well. In any case (surface application or mixing) test results on a small area before full scale application. Maximum water repellency is achieved 24 hours post application.

Consumption: Estimated consumption rate 8-10 m²/L, strongly dependant on the properties of the surface applied.

SurfaPore C – Nanotechnology for cement surfaces, mortar, grout, stucco and natural or artificial stones.