SUPERCURE HR is a water based emulsion curing compound which consists of a processed blend of hydrocarbon resins and other selected additives. When applied at the recommended application rate SUPERCURE HR minimizes moisture loss in freshly laid concrete thus improving the curing of the concrete providing increased strength and durability and improved resistance to surface dusting.

 Exclusively Manufactured for and distributed by Penetron Australia



Mainly used on freshly laid concrete floors, carparks, hardstand areas, warehouses, bridge ramparts etc. Also, used for curing vertical concrete areas immediately after the stripping of forms to assist strength development, improve chemical resistance, etc.


 Rapid film formation time
 Water resistant film formed
 Utilises low VOC formula
 Economical, ease of application reduces labour cost
 Eliminates the need for damp hessian, sand or polythene
 Enables concrete to hydrate more efficiently
 Increases concrete strength and dusting resistance
 Reduces surface shrinkage and cracking
 Odourless when dry
 After Trades, compatible*

Technical Data

The coating should be applied (undiluted) in a single coat at the specified rate of 5m/L (0.2L/m2) to achieve a total dry film thickness to achieve the correct curing properties.
SUPERCURE HR MUST be applied on to the substrate at the coverage rates recommended as a minimum specification.
If specified at higher rates, then allowance for removal of resulting film must be made allowed for before additional works.

Standards Compliance:
SUPERCURE HR conforms to AS 3799-1998: liquid membrane forming curing compounds for concrete, having a Moisture Retention greater than 90%. Test certificates are available on request. SUPERCURE HR R complies with MRTS 40, Clause 9.1.1 and Table SUPERCURE HR is also available in pigmented variants of white (Type 2- Class B) & black (Type 3- Class B), Test certificates will be available shortly. These products are usually specified when temperature conditions dictate viz. during the period November- April (white) and winter for black, to assist in the optimizing of temperature conditions for concrete curing.