Practical Experience You Can Count On
The Kemko Applicator Program is an international network of certified
crack injection and concrete repair specialists trained by ChemCo Systems
using our single source adhesives and application equipment.
Contractors who participate in the program offer the
facility owner a complete set of skills in the identification, diagnosis
and choice of repair options for the large variety of structural repair
challenges. Contractors who are trained in structural concrete repair
can participate in the lucrative and fast growing specialty of infrastructure
repair. Some of our applicators maintain project margins consistently
By specifying Kemko products, you get access to an
integrated system of adhesives, coatings and grouts together with durable
and reliable dual component metering pumps so there is no finger
pointing in the event of a problem. Kemko products are sold exclusively
through the applicator network by specialized contractors who perform
this type of work every day and are not available to other contractors.
The Kemko Applicator Program is available
throughout the U.S., Canada and international locations.
Most Kemko epoxies and polyureas are 100% solids and meet
the strictest V.O.C. requirements. All Kemko products are designed for
ease of use with simple 1:1 or 2:1 mix ratios. Specific characteristics
of gel time, pot life, viscosity, application temperature, water sensitivity,
and performance specification are available to meet nearly every construction
application, including underwater.
For load bearing, high temperature, underwater, primer
coating, chemical resistant or radiation tolerant uses, there is a Kemko
product designed for the task. Kemko structural crack injection products
exceed ASTM C881, Type IV requirements
for load bearing concrete repair applications.
Kemko Products are listed by application in 6 sections :
All of our epoxy products are 0 VOC and compliant
with the criteria for the IEQ4.1 low-emitting adhesives, sealants credit
by the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED (Leadership in energy and
Environmental Design) program.
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