Product Benefits with warranty and OBIC Advantage Trust OBIC Products to Meet the Demands of Your Project The main benefit of utilizing OBIC products for your next project is that there is no need to replace your systems. Instead, you can maintain that same water or wastewater system and extend its life by 50 years or longer. OBIC products are spray applied and cure in minutes, which allow your systems and business/ community to be back up and running with minimal downtime. OBIC products applied to new structures will protect and proactively prevent future maintenance problems. Unlike alternative rigid products, OBIC’s flexible polymers will not crack under the pressure of freeze/ thaw temperature changes or with heavy traffic. They are designed to withstand the demands of the host structure, and durable enough to last for decades. Plus, the professionally installed OBIC ARMOR multilayer system is backed by a 10-year manufacturer and applicator warranty. The Advantage When it absolutely, positively must last, you can be assured that OBIC products are: • Backed by a team of chemists, chemical engineers and equipment technicians always available to assist with questions, problems, unique applications, and field visits. • Manufactured to the highest quality in an ISO 9001:2015 facility. • Tested by third-party laboratories to assure performance results meeting or exceeding industry expectations such as ASTM G210-13 S.W.A.T. (Severe Wastewater Analysis Test). • Applied with minimal downtime and greater protection than thinner, more rigid materials. • Created to provide a significantly longer service life, allowing for greater return on investment. • Customizable to provide solutions for customers with unique needs Red PMS 200 CMYK: 3 100 63 12 RGB: 187 0 0 HEX: #bb0000 Blue PMS 292 CMYK: 59 11 0 0 RGB: 105 179 231 HEX: # 69B3E7 Gradiant PMS 295 - PMS 292 CMYK: 100 69 8 54 CMYK: 59 11 0 0 RGB: 0 40 85 RGB: 105 179 231 HEX: # 002855 HEX: 69B3E7 Font: Crillee Italic BT File Usage: Print: .ai, .eps, .pdf Print/Screen: .png Screen: .jpg ds 3/1/18