Photo showing Efflock testing samples in the first week of testing (very slight efflorescence is visible on the control samples without Efflock on the left).
Efflock is currently undergoing independent testing at the Boral Laboratory in Baulkham Hills, Sydney. This test facility is the largest of it's type in the Southern Hemisphere and is well recognised.
Efflorescence testing can take a little while to manifest, but I've just had word from the Senior Development Engineer, Tony Song, that they are beginning to observe more conclusive results, and Efflock does perform.
As part of the testing, we have created 3 samples, each with controls. Each is made of 4 parts sand to 1 part cement. One sample has ordinary water, the second is made with sea water, and the third is water with salt content twice that of sea water. All samples are performing well, even under the handicap of added salt in the concrete mix!