SEI Industrial Chemicals Anti-Graffiti coating on 24,000 sq ft concrete sound walls

24,450 sq ft of precast concrete sound walls


The City of Sparks, a neighboring city to Reno, NV, utilized SEI Chemical’s anti-graffiti coating technology to protect 24,450FT2 of precast concrete sound walls in September, 2012. The project consisted of (4) individual walls, which would all receive an oxidizing stain treatment before being protected with (1) coat of SEI Sealer Prime followed by (1) coat of GPA-300 Graffiti Proofer®.

Josh Thompson, Civil Engineer for Atkins Global, headed up the project design. The City of Sparks requested Mr. Thompson spec the Graffiti Proofer as the anti-graffiti coating of choice for this project. As a sole-source specification could not be permitted, Mr. Thompson included the following:

Anti-Graffiti Coating shall be Seicoat Graffiti Proofer GPA-300 per NDOT QPL requirements, or approved equal. Alternate submittals will not be considered without meeting the following minimum requirements:

• Graffiti removal by wiping with a dry cloth or with light pressure washing. No release or
cleaning agents required.
• Non-sacrificial, non-yellowing and clear
• Allows expansion and contraction
• Meets the performance requirements of ASTM D6578, Level 10
• Included on Nevada Department of Transportation’s current Qualified Products List

All alternate product submissions ultimately fell short of the requirements and were not approved. The application of the Graffiti Proofer to the Vista sound walls provides the City of Sparks with the largest surface area, in Nevada, which allows graffiti to be removed without using chemicals.
For more information please call (408) 402-5395 or email info@seichemicals.com

2 more water tanks protected with graffiti resistant coating by SEI Industrial Chemicals

Lower 2 rungs protected with Graffiti Proofer

Water tanks are one of the premier targets for graffiti “tagging” with spray paint, stickers and markers. Due to their vast size and the remote location that most water tanks are located, it is a tempting spot for taggers to hang out and perform their “art without permission”. SEI Industrial Chemicals Graffiti Proofer coating is a clear-coat that is applied to the surface and will last for years and many removals… making it the best choice for long term protection. When the substrate does get “tagged” with graffiti, no chemicals are needed to remove most spray paints, stickers and markers. Simply use water and a rag or a low pressure wash with water only.
For more information please call (408) 402-5395 or email info@seichemicals.com

Concrete Anti-Slip Coating TRUST THE COATING USED IN THEME PARKS NATIONWIDE!

San Francisco Presidio Trust

The BSM-1600 Synthetic Membrane is unique in many ways, but to name a few, it is a single component (no mixing required), does not need a primer, low VOC (<50 g/L), water based, comes in 5 standard colors (plus custom color matches available) and can withstand vehicular traffic. This SEI Industrial coating bonds to asphalt, concrete, raw wood and other porous substrates and is highly resistant to abrasion, impact, moisture, chemicals and atmospheric salts. The anti-slip membrane has tremendous elongation and tensile strength and can be applied in only 1 coat. If it ever damaged simply recoat as the coating adheres to itself.
For more information please call (408) 402-5395 or email info@seichemicals.com

Concrete “Mural” Arches protected by SEI Industrial Chemicals of California

Helping protect artwork

The entrance for many communities and city centers are frequently highlighted with arches, signage or columns. These high traffic areas and commonly subjected to foot prints, gum, graffiti stickers, spray paint and environmental contaminants. To help preserve the structure along with the artwork, many property owners, managers and municipalities turn to SEI Industrial Chemicals in California to supply a long-term solution to helping preserve and protect their assets. For more information please call (408) 402-5395 or email info@seichemicals.com
Prints removed with water and a rag:

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