Topic: Concrete Surface Preparation
Proper concrete surface preparation is a key element in determining everything from the successful application and adhesion of a sealer to ensuring the longevity of a structural concrete repair. This presentation is a combination of an overview of ICRI Surface Preparation document 310 and successful (and not so successful) field applications.
Your Speaker: Robert D. Swan
Bob has been with Euclid Chemical for over 25 years and has over 30 years of concrete industry repair and restoration experience. His past responsibilities have included market and product management, product development and formulation, as well as sales force support and customer training. His current responsibilities include national support for heavy duty and industrial flooring, Western Division technical support for Infrastructure Repair and Las Vegas territory sales. His experience includes concrete mix design and concrete repair.
He is a long time member of the American Concrete Institute and has an extensive background in the formulation and application of concrete related materials used in extreme high wear environments. He currently serves on several national committees for ICRI including the Concrete Repair Materials and Methods Committee. Bob is a current member of the Phoenix Chapter.
Bob has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Eastern Michigan University and received an MBA (marketing focus) from Baldwin Wallace (Ohio).
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