It’s no secret that damage caused by salt, deicers and freeze-thaw conditions is a major issue facing our country’s infrastructure. On April 30th, Dr. Jason Weiss and Paul Imbrock led this webinar hosted by Roads and Bridges, providing insights and solutions to this costly problem. Here are two ways you can get the information presented in this webinar.


Protecting Concrete from Chloride Ion Diffusion

WisDOT proves that PoreShield™ provides long-term protection from chloride ion diffusion

WisDOT study found that compared to other treatments, PoreShield offers the most protection from chloride ions and extends service life the longest.

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I-65 Near Seymour Receives PoreShield™ Treatment

Lower application costs and enhanced durability are a win for this roadway

When Tony Korba got the chance to offer up a replacement for hot tar sealant for a project on I-65, he suggested PoreShield to INDOT as an alternative.

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PoreShield™ Preserves Critical New Ramps

First Commercial Application for Indiana Department of Transportation

In November 2019, the first commercial application of Poreshield took place on a newly constructed ramp interchange outside of Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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PoreShield™ Prevents Need for Slab Replacement

10 Years of Concrete Roadway Protection is a Reality

PoreShield continues to protect concrete roadways 10 years after application, and counting.

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PoreShield: A Revolutionary Solution to Concrete Protection

Soybean Concrete Sealant


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2008, Coates Evaluation of SMEP Blends for Use in Concrete

2010, Golias The Use of Soy Methyl Ester-Polystyrene Sealants and Internal Curing to Enhance Concrete

2015, Weise Evalutation of Sealers and Waterproofers for Extending the Life Cycle of Concrete

2016, Thomas Assessing the Performance of a Soy Methyl Ester-Polystyrene Topical Treatment to Extend the Service of Concrete Structures