ABI Pond Sealant (Soilfloc)
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Soilfloc® Sealant is an efficient polymer based sealant used to seal leaky waterbodies. Soilfloc® Sealant is specifically designed to seal fine leaks, whether in the bottom, sides or through rock formations. Soilfloc® Sealant is a non-toxic, two-part application that uses custom blends of linear and cross-linked polymers to seal any type of soil that contains at least 20% clay. It is designed to attract to either positively or negatively charged particles. Soilfloc® Sealant swells to over 300 times its weight and works best when waterbodies are full of water (minimum of 4 ft.) which allows the product to flow deeper into the leaking areas aided by the water pressure. Custom mixes are available for larger leaks or larger holes in rocky areas. Soilfloc® Sealant can also be applied to the soil during construction. Soilfloc®Sealant can be used to reduce erosion on shorelines and to clarify water. This product is non-toxic, and environmentally friendly.
A Unit is 110 lbs. You’ll receive “2” 55 lb. bags, per unit. Part A will be in a double lined paper bag and Part B will be in a double lined plastic bag. Orders of 4 units or less are shipped UPS, in approved, double walled, custom boxes. Use care when opening boxes as to not cut into the contents of the boxes. Orders over 4 units are shipped on a pallet.
For Slow Leaks Apply
• 3 oz. per 11 sq. ft. applied as follows
o SF Sealant Part A 1.5 oz. per 11 sq. ft.
o SF Sealant Part B 1.5 oz. per 11 sq. ft.
For fast Leaks Apply
• 3.5 to 4 oz. per 11 sq. ft. applied as follows
o SF Sealant Part A 1.75 - 2 oz. per 11 sq. ft.
o SF Sealant Part B 1.75 - 2 oz. per 11 sq. ft.
Sealing 1 acre of water usually requires 9-12 units.
SOME Soilfloc® Sealant part B will float; this happens -it doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with your product! This is especially true if you have a pond with large cracks and crevices and have custom ordered larger sized crystals to seal your leaks. Because they take longer to swell, they may not sink before swelling. If you do have floaters, you can collect them, let them dry out and reapply or you can discard them. You may also see these polymer crystals at at the bottom of your pond for a while following application, they’ll eventually become part of the soil matrix.
Call for purchases over 2 units and ask about special bulk pricing.