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Construction Materials Silicone Coatings for Flooring Applications

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This one-day seminar offers a mix of theory and practice surrounding key aspects of innovative silane-terminated binders used for the impregnation of cementitious floorings.


Basic knowledge of chemistry



  • Market-oriented information about the benefits of BS 6920 in flooring compounds
  • Definition of flooring compounds; main differences of each system


Theoretical training; test methods and key standards; practical demonstration

Seminar language


Seminar objectives

This seminar introduces potential customers to SILRES® BS 6920, an alpha-silane-terminated polyether based on WACKER’s proprietary alpha-silane technology, and outlines its benefits in impregnation of cementitious flooring systems.

Target audience


Fee (includes value-added tax)

No fee

Number of participants

3 - 10


Trainer: Peer Mohammed, Anoop D'Souza


Peer Mohammed

Peer Mohammed holds a master’s degree in Chemistry from American College in India and joined WACKER as a technical manager for Construction Silicones in the MEA region. He has over 20 years of diversified experience in R&D, product development and technical service in the paint and coatings industry.

Anoop D'Souza

Anoop D’Souza holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and has been with WACKER since 2005 as a team leader for Construction Silicones. He heads the Construction Silicones business unit for the Middle East and Africa, with a focus on Construction Sealants, Adhesives and Construction Silicones. He has supported the WACKER ACADEMY training team since 2009 and has been involved in a variety of training activities for sales managers, consultants, contractors and end-users, where he has gained extensive experience in training norms and guidelines.


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