Once applied to concrete, Radcon Formula #7® forms a calcium-silicate-hydrate (C-S-H) gel complex that reacts to any moisture in the penetrated area’s cracks and pores. The calcium then reacts with the atmosphere to produce a low-calcium gel depositing calcium carbonate, which fills in all spaces within the concrete. The low-calcium gel constantly seeks out more calcium, which it gets from the moisture and cement hydration. This process continues to repeat until water ingress ceases. This catalytic reaction is due to Radcon Formula #7®’s unique biochemical compounds.