Advanced Chemical Technologies, Inc.

Advanced Chemical Technologies, Inc.

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USA USA

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Commercial, Institutional, Residential Commercial, Institutional, Residential

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Oklahoma City-based Advanced Chemical Technologies Inc. (ACT) has developed mixtures and new methods of application for readily available chemicals. This has helped make Oklahoma a leader in using organo-silanes for the infrastructure protection market.

Organo-silanes are organic chemicals where at least one carbon atom has been replaced by a silicon atom. This replacement of carbon into a silicon alters the reactivity of the molecule. This molecule can then penetrate and react with infrastructure substrates such as concrete, limestone and masonry to form a protected surface.
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Inhibits efflorescence

Inhibits efflorescence

Advanced Chemical Technologies (ACT) is the leader and innovator in silane technology. SIL-ACT has been used to treat hundreds of buildings worldwide.

Prevents water damage

Prevents water damage

When specifying water repellents for your next building project, whether it is a low VOC or LEED compliant, specify the industry leader, Advanced Chemical Technologies, Inc.

Reduces maintenance

Reduces maintenance

35 Years of building applications and testing, confirms SIL-ACT‘s unsurpassed protection.

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About Advanced Chemical Technologies, Inc.

Since providing the first silane-based product to protect a bridge structure more than 40 years ago. Since then, ACT has been a leader in the waterproofing market due to its innovative approach and focus on this industry segment. The company also was the first to protect a nuclear power plant with silane. ACT has received 15 U.S. and Canadian patents for its products that have been used worldwide to protect concrete and masonry structures from the destructive forces of water, salt, ion, and chemical pollutant ingression.

9608 North Robinson Ave. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73114

(405) 843-2585

www.advchemtech.com