Concrete Sealants

Stamped concrete sealers | Sealcem

Sealcem® is Topciment’s wide range of concrete sealers to protect and decorate the coating. High quality products that stand out for their extraordinary chemical and mechanical resistance.

Varnishes that, in the case of solvent-based varnishes, significantly enhance the colour of the paving while extending its useful life and durability. Ultimately, they favour its optimal conservation. Concrete sealers that can be used on other decorative continuous pavements and industrial continuous pavements such as polished concrete or microcement or stamped concrete.

Available in both water-based and solvent-based versions, our concrete coatings are ideal for use on cementitious surfaces such as driveways, footpaths, garage floors and more.

The Sealcem® range creates a protective film that significantly improves the concrete curing process, preventing the appearance of cracks in the cementitious mortar. Concrete sealers that have a great decorative capacity, as they enhance the natural appearance of the pavement as well as its colour.

Advantages

All Sealcem’s range of sealers for stamped concrete have a number of advantages in common:

 They improve the curing of the stamped concrete.

 They offer a very natural decorative finish.

 They are concrete varnishes that guarantee good resistance to abrasion.

 They are varnishes for concrete with remarkable resistance to water and weathering.

 They are also very resistant to alkalinity and efflorescence.

 Solvent-based coatings for stamped concrete considerably enhance the colour of the coating.

 Fast-drying coatings for concrete.

 Easy application and excellent performance in outdoor areas.

Types of concrete sealers

Sealcem® offers two types of sealers for stamped & polished concrete. On the one hand, water-based and, on the other hand, solvent-based. Both offer excellent mechanical and chemical performance in exteriors, which is where the use of stamped paving and vertical stamped concrete predominates. Below, we are going to see the main characteristics of each one of them.

Water-based concrete sealers

Water-based concrete sealers offer a more natural finish, i.e. they respect the texture chosen for the paving or wall more. They are the most suitable when a decorative finish with “less shine” is sought by the professional.

Likewise, this type of varnish for concrete is much more ecological and environmentally friendly. A factor that is increasingly taken into account. The durability and resistance to outdoor use is outstanding.

  • Sealcem® WT S70
  • Sealcem® WT S100
  • Sealcem® WT AC70
  • Sealcem® WT AC100
  • Sealcem® WT PU

Solvent-based concrete sealers

On the other hand, solvent-based stamped concrete sealers provide a higher gloss finish. In terms of mechanical resistance, they are slightly better than their water-based counterparts. They withstand abrasive wear and tear, high traffic as well as various weather conditions perfectly.

  • Sealcem® DSV M70
  • Sealcem® DSV M100
  • Sealcem® DSV S70
  • Sealcem® DSV S100
  • Sealcem® DSV Colour
 
 

Benefits stamped concrete

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Customised finishes

Stamped concrete moulds offer infinite combinations and textures.

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Resistance to cold-heat cycles

Extreme temperature changes do not affect the stamped paving.

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Waterproof and slip-resistant

With the use of specific moulds and varnishes, stamped concrete guarantees a waterproof and non-slip finish.

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Long service life

Stamped concrete floors have a greater resistance and durability than many other materials.

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Uniformity

The stamped concrete is perfectly suited to all types of terrain, even those with irregularities or varying shapes.

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Prevents weed growth

Stamped concrete, by forming a slab-style paving and having no joints and gaps, prevents weed growth.

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Indoor and outdoor versatility

It can be used in many ways indoors and outdoors. Both as a paving system and as wall and façade cladding.

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Non-fading

Stamped concrete colours are made of inorganic pigments that are resistant to sunlight. Therefore, they will not degrade or discolour over time.

Moulds for stamped concrete

Moulds are a basic element to carry out this decorative technique. Their stamping on paving and vertical cladding is what makes it possible to obtain the most varied textures and patterns.

The decorative solutions offered by our more than 150 stamped concrete moulds are unlimited. A very complete range in which some of the most outstanding shapes are: fan moulds, cobblestone moulds, tile moulds, road moulds, brick moulds, slab moulds or stone moulds.

Stamped concrete moulds are constantly being created to offer increasingly creative patterns and designs. Achieving finishes such as irregular stone, classic paving stones and even wood couldn’t be easier than with IMACEM.

Get to know them all and let your imagination run wild.

Stamped concrete colours

Stamped concrete is a continuous cladding in which all possible colours can be combined. From neutral colours such as white, black, grey or beige, to more intense and daring shades such as red, green or blue.

Inorganic pigments are used to colour stamped concrete because they are resistant to alkalis, solar radiation and weathering. 

At Topciment we have created four different lines of stamped concrete colours. Pigments that give colour to the mortar, transforming its appearance and that can be used outdoors without any worries. Arcocem, which is the name of our family of pigment pastes, is highly resistant to the effects of sunlight and cleaning products.

With our dyes you can colour stamped concrete with full guarantees. White, grey, silver, black, brown, blue, green or red are just some of the many stamped concrete colours we can offer you. In addition, many of our products have their own colour chart.

Renovate multiple spaces with stamped concrete

Stamped concrete is an alternative to more traditional architectural materials. We are referring to wood, terrazzo and ceramics. A decorative technique that is a more economical choice to make and also to maintain over time.

A covering that makes it possible to play with reliefs and patterns and that is more suitable for outdoor areas, especially floors in public areas. There are four types of stamped concrete, depending on the method of application and the use to which it is to be put.

 Outdoor stamped concrete floors: driveways, pavements, parks, terraces, gardens, patios, shopping centres, car parks, entrances to residential areas, etc.

Indoor stamped concrete floors: although they are less common, in recent years their use has increased in homes, sports centres, restaurants, hotels and commercial premises.

 Stamped concrete in swimming pools: the resistance to humidity of stamped concrete, its non-slip character and a unique decorative touch make it one of the most recommended materials for covering the swimming pool environment. This is why stamped concrete in swimming pools is so popular.

Vertical stamped concrete: we can find it on facades, walls and walls of residential houses and heritage buildings such as museums, etc. The aesthetic contrast of vertical stamped concrete is spectacular. Its execution process differs slightly from the paving system.