The best concrete densifier on the market

Our BECOSAN® industrial floor treatment is patented and we have many certifications.

Concrete densifier

Do concrete densifiers really help floors reduce wear?

Concrete is not always strong enough. Some concrete floors wear out prematurely. To make them last longer, the market offers a wide range of products, including concrete densifiers, sealers, and concrete additives.

What is a concrete densifier?

Densifiers are a liquid substance that impregnates into the concrete, causing a chemical reaction that compacts and hardens it.

The BECOSAN® industrial floor treatment combines the use of a state-of-the-art patented densifier with a polishing process that uses diamond discs to improve the performance of industrial flooring.

How do densifiers work?

BECOSAN® densifiers work in the following way:

Concrete, due to its cement composition, contains lime particles (calcium carbonate). The abrasion that floors are exposed, causes the lime to detach from the floor and stain its surface with a layer of dust that’s never completely removed.

Therefore, concrete surfaces have pores that weaken with useBy applying a densifier this problem disappears.

BECOSAN® densifiers are lithium-based. Lithium silicate ions penetrate the concrete through its pores, triggering a molecular reaction with the minerals.

The lime present in the concrete is unified, managing to compact the surface and avoid it from appearing as a powder on the surface.

This chemical reaction between silicate ions and free lime is indisputably scientifically proven. So it can be said that concrete densifiers, at least when using BECOSAN®, help reduce the wear and tear on concrete floors.

BECOSAN® products have been developed under high-quality standards and have numerous certifications. Our industrial flooring solutions have already been used on multinational companies throughout the 5 continents.

Hardened concrete

Two-year-old concrete floor treated with BECOSAN® Densifier that maintains the same appearance as its first day.