ViperFlex is a liquid, chemically cured acrylamide gel used for sealing leaks in below-grade structures and for soil modification. ViperFlex is comprised of three components: ViperFlex, a liquid acrylamide emulsion; ViperTea, a triethanolamine accelerator, and ViperCat, a liquid acrylic emulsion catalyst. When combined, these components polymerize into a non-toxic, impermeable, highly durable, flexible gel. ViperFlex polymerization can be controlled from 5 seconds to more than 2 hours, ensuring ViperFlex polymerizes in a controlled manner to be able to go from active leak-sealing to deep soil penetration. Its superior durability is enhanced, as the acrylamide gels are the strongest polymerized gels available exhibiting superior durability over freeze/thaw cycles, hydration cycles and vibration/movement. Once polymerized, the gel will not separate and degrade ensuring the long term effectiveness of the application. In cured form, ViperFlex is stable, non-toxic and irreversible. ViperFlex’s low viscosity allows it to flow like water, penetrating very fine structural cracks (0.1mm) which seals them to effectively block water infiltration, and effectively permeate and modify soils to fit multiple project conditions. ViperFlex is utilized to seal off water infiltration into structures such as subway stations, tunnels, mines, dam walls, parking garages, manholes, elevator pits and various other below-grade structures. This is accomplished through the establishment of a gel membrane on the positive side of a structure and through the permeation of cracks and voids within concrete.
Controlled cure allows for versitility when stopping leaks
Can withstand freeze/thaw and hydration cycles
Will seal very fine structural cracks as well as high-flow leaks