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HydrophobNeo: Careful Protection


Water-repellent agent treatment is an integral part of the finishing of modern buildings. Hydrophobic impregnations are used for finishing the facades, as well as for protecting the walls in damp areas. Our company produces water-repellent agent “HydrophobNeo”. “HydrophobNeo” is a modern technological and ecological line of water-repellent impregnations. With the help of our water-repellent compositions, you can solve almost any task in order to protect the most popular building materials, as well as exclusive natural and artificial stones, from moisture penetration.

Our Research and Production Company, within the chemical industry since 2004 – Granted for its innovative compositions of hydro protection, operates on both B2B and B2C segments. We are professionals. The main advantages of our unique compositions are Environmental friendliness, Effectiveness & Usability.

Why Is Exactly The HydrophobNeo?

The Key Benefits


Apart from organopolysiloxane that is the main acting basis, the “HydrophobNeo” water-repellent compositions contain a number of active additives. These additives operate in three directions.

The first type of additives adjusts the structure of colloidal organopolysiloxane solution. The thoroughly developed technology of composition production serves the same purpose.  As a result the compositions become absolutely stable on storage and are not afraid of freezing.

The second type of additives adjusts chemical interaction between the compositions and the surface of treated material. As a result the compositions provide perfect water‑repel­lency treatment of a wide range of construction materials.

The third type of additives provides effective water‑repellency treatment of surface defects.

And the main advantage – HydrophobNeo water-repellent compositions don’t contain dangerous for human health & environment chemical compounds.

Why Is Water So Dangerous To Building Materials?

Today We’ll Answer This Question


So: – First of all, the water that falls on the surface of a building material is rarely pure. More often, due to interaction with industrial emissions and exhaust gases, it turns into acidic solutions, which, after penetrating the pores of the material, cause its rapid destruction.

 – Secondly, even pure water, penetrating into the material, dramatically reduces its insulating properties. As a result, heating costs increase.

– Thirdly, water dissolves the salts that the materials contain, which then form unattractive stains (efflorescence) on the surface of the article.

– Fourthly, a wet surface is a good media for the growth of fungi and mold, which adversely affect the appearance of the constructions and can harm people’s health.

– Finally, a particular danger is the freezing of water that has penetrated into the pores of the material. The ice formed during such freezing has a larger volume than the initial water, therefore, strong mechanical tensions occur in the material. As a result, after several freezing / thawing cycles, the non-hydrophobized material loses its durability and is further destroyed.

That is why it is very important to protect building materials from moisture penetration.