Water Plug fast-setting cement, also known as Masterseal 590, distributed by Jardine Distribution, Inc. (JDI) and manufactured by BASF Construction Chemicals Singapore, recently became ‘NSF certified’.
The certification is awarded by The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) International, one of today’s most respected independent product testing agencies, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
NSF-certified food, water, and consumer products are guaranteed to have passed strict standards for public health protection and are thus coveted by manufacturers of consumer products worldwide,
Before receiving the certification, Water Plug underwent extensive product testing and material analyses, with every aspect of its development thoroughly evaluated. The process included regular on-site inspection of manufacturing facilities and regular re-testing of products to ensure that Water Plug continues to meet the same high standards required to maintain certification over time.
A trusted fast-setting cement, Water Plug (Masterseal 590) is used for the repair of cement cracks, active leaks (tagas or tulo), and for anchoring bolts on the cement surface. Water Plug works by expanding as it sets, ensuring a permanent watertight seal, proven effective with no adverse effects on reinforcements.
Also, this hydraulic cement has a mechanical characteristic like concrete, making it a sturdier solution for active leaks.
The chloride-free, non-toxic, fast-setting Waterplug may thus be used for repairing swimming pools and concrete water tanks. Because of its ‘ultra-rapid setting’ for instant leak plugging, Water Plug works quickly, blocking water in three seconds with no injection equipment needed.
Easy and convenient to use, Water Plug only needs to be mixed with water before the actual application.
Jardine Distribution, Inc., represents many local and global companies that provide world-class crop protection and construction chemical products. They are focused on providing technical support and the safe use of these products, with due consideration of environmental protection. For more information, visit www.jardinedistribution.com.