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Cast-O-Magic® Consolver Concrete Dissolver and Remover

consolver biodegradable environmentally-friendly concrete dissolverConsolver Concrete Dissolver and Remover

Consolver Concrete Remover is a biodegradable, environmentally friendly concrete remover for the toughest concrete removal jobs. It is specially formulated for the ready-mix, precast, pipe, and block industries. The cherry-scented, sugar-based product is safe for equipment, vehicles, tools, and workers, yet fast acting on concrete and lime.
 

Cast-O-Magic® Consolver Sugar-Derived Concrete Cleaner

The most Biodegradable and Environmentally-Friendly Concrete Remover

  • Sugar-based Concrete Remover
  • Safe for Equipment and Fleet Vehicles
  • Will not Etch Glass
  • Safe for Metal
  • Better Employee Safety
  • Cherry-Scented
  • Non-Irritating
  • Fast-Acting on Concrete and Lime
  • Deswcales and Cleans

APPLICATION


Methods:

  • Apply Consolver to vehicle, equipment, or tools undiluted
  • Apply by spraying area to be cleaned starting at  the bottom and working upwards.
  • Allow cleaner to penetrate and dissolve concrete for five minutes.
  • Reapply for heavy concrete.
  • Rinse clean with fresh, high-pressure water from a power washer.
  • Safe for use on glass, painted surfaces, aluminum, chrome, or steel.

Consolver Concrete Dissolver Sizes


AVAILABILITY AND COST

Availability:

Consolver Concrete Remover is available in 55, 5, and 1 gallon containers. It is also available in disposable or recyclable 275 gallon Magic-Pak.

Cost:

Material costs can be obtained by contacting The Hill and Griffith Company through our contact form.


TECHNICAL SERVICES

Technical Services can also be obtained by contacting The Hill and Griffith Company through our contact form.

 

Contact us for product information or request bulletins and technical papers.

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Bulletins and Technical Papers

“How To Lose A Customer in 10+ Easy Ways”, by Bob Waterloo, HG Distribution Manager
“How Safe & Legal Is Your Concrete Form Release Agent?”, by Bob Waterloo, HG Distribution Manager
“Proper Application of Concrete From Release Agents”, by Bob Waterloo, HG Distribution Manager

Form for requesting product bulletins and technical papers

Customer Service

Technical Services and Support - On-site casting defect investigations, product testing, machine start-ups and much more. Also, lab facilities are available to provide testing upon request.

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Packaging & Logistics

Custom Packaging
HG Logistics LLC

 

 

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