EKO ROK...A Truly Green, Non-Toxic Alternative to Portland Cement...

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A true Renaissance is occurring in the Green construction material industries!!
 
  A Green, Alternative to Portland cement...
 
Turtle Clan Global's EKO ROK is a non-toxic, high strength, liquid ceramic bonding system that produces significantly superior quality concretes and concrete repair, coatings, radiation shielding, thin-sets, grouting materials, wall panels, sips, building blocks, flooring, counter tops, tile, and the list of eco-friendly product adaptations goes on and on.
 

Our 'cold-fired', liquid ceramic materials provide superior quality, eco-friendly mineral/metal bonding systems that transcend the definition of concrete.

Our water-activated, high performance ceramic concrete / coating materials can be poured, sprayed, trowled and slurried, forming a rock hard matrix within minutes, with working times adjustable from a few minutes to 30 mins.

They strongly self-bond (eliminating "cold joint” problems), achieve 5000 psi in 3-hours, 7000 psi in 24-hours and 10/12,000 psi in 28 days, bond strongly to and do not corrode metal, naturtally bond cellulose (wood, plant fiber, bamboo, hemp, kenaf, etc.), resist mold/moss, withstand temperatures up to 2500 C, can be applied in hot, cold and wet weather, and most importantly can be conveniently produced and applied using conventional concrete application technologies.

As our products do not contain any toxic ingredients whatseoever, including fly ash, there are no environmental and/or regulatory concrete run off, clean up problems.

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Jon Eliason ~ Independent ~ REALTOR®
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Jon Eliason

Lesley ~ Would this also be an ideal application for radiant heat flooring? A lot of the contractors out here are using Gyp-Crete, is this a green alternative?

Mar 01, 2012 06:27 AM #1
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David Popoff
DMK Real Estate - Darien, CT
Realtor®,SRS, Green ~ Fairfield County, Ct

Lesley, everyday something new is on the market, this product sounds wonderful, do you have the link for it.

Mar 01, 2012 07:40 AM #2
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Lesley Burton-Dallas
Turtle Clan Global - Stratford, CT

Hi Jon!

Thanks so much for your comment! Yes, Eko Rok is ideal for radiant floors and is a non-toxic, Green alternative!!  I'm not a big fan of fly-ash, so I'm not a big fan of Gyp-Crete. It also has reputation to take on water and disintegrate...

Hello David!

This is part of the material we're using for our walls and board! Nothing from China! I've been dying to talk with you about it!! We're filming I-5 Bridge repair using EKO ROK and will have tons of marketing material within a month. I'll send it to you when I get it...

Mar 02, 2012 04:36 AM #3
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Brian Kean

Trying to get our local nuclear operator to consider this for concrete repairs at the plant.  Working with the lcoal concrete suppllier.  Any chance we could get some samples?

Apr 08, 2012 11:32 AM #4
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Lesley Burton-Dallas
Turtle Clan Global - Stratford, CT

Brian, contact me at lbdallas@turtleclan.com and I'll hook you up with samples.

DoT is going nuts for this since the stuff they're using lasts only a couple months at best, this lasts for years and years and years...dries in 90 minutes as opposed to 6-9 hours, 30 times stronger than competition.

Apr 10, 2012 05:17 AM #5
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Calvin Hensley
Where in the world can we buy this stuff???
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Lesley
Hi Calvin! I just sent you some additional info...love your dome homes!
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