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Have you ever taken a close look at a concrete surface?

Even the most smooth concrete surfaces are very porous, covered with micro-cavities.

Contrary to popular belief, concrete structures are not static. On a microscopic level, concrete is always moving, shifting, and settling, often being distorted by the weather. Unfortunately, for owners of concrete surfaces, water particles are able to seep their way into these microcavities, causing all sorts of problems.

The traditional way of repairing a concrete surface’s damaged waterproofing layer is very expensive and only solves the problem until the waterproofing layer needs to be repaired again. This is where our very own CL Wizard® system comes into play. CL Wizard can PERMANENTLY fix your concrete cracks and leaks. Our special polyvinyl liquid is injected using our high-pressure electric pumps in order to smoothly and evenly fill cracks, expansion joints, and micro-cavities.

CLS – A Breakthrough 3-point system


Automatic pressurised Injection

Specific points are drilled near the water infiltration and CL Wizard®️ uses its Electric-Eletronico pump – with High-Pressure (4061 Psi) – to inject its proprietary polyvinyl liquid – the Elastic Polyvinyl Liquid DWG Nano-Polymer ECO V. The CL Wizard®️ procedure is fully automated to ensure that the injection of the polyvinyl liquid is properly regulated. This means that it smoothly and evenly fills cracks at the expansion joints, micro- fissures, and capillary structure.


Unique Polyvinyl Technology

Our special polyvinyl liquid is able to travel in the opposite direction of the water. It pushes the water out while filling and sealing the cracks at the same time. The polyvinyl liquid’s low viscosity and density properties permit it to travel quickly and evenly through the crevices, filling the source of the leaks and repairing the damages in the structure’s waterproofing layer.


Instant and Permanent Seal

Concrete Leak Specialist completely seals cracks and micro-fissures to prevent the penetration of carbon dioxide and chlorides that causes structural integrity failure.