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Epoxy injection in construction

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        StatementAberdeen Group
        PublishersAberdeen Group
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        LC Classifications1997
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        Paginationxvi, 68 p. :
        Number of Pages62
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        ISBN 100924659025
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4- Remove the top seal using a chisel or scraper. Replete with cracks that allowed water infiltration that flooded the lower parking level, our crews injected literally thousands of feet of cracks. It will probably be necessary to do multiple passes in order to fill the crack. For injection epoxies in side-by-side cartridges, care must be taken to ensure the level of material is the same on both parts of the cartridge.

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the port broke off of the concrete surfaceit Epoxy injection in construction a good idea to wait approximately 30 minutes, or longer as necessary, to allow the paste-over to cure more completely. If not, injection epoxy may be able to run out the back side of the crack, resulting in an ineffective repair.

If using a pneumatic dispensing tool, set the tool at a low setting when beginning injection and increase pressure if necessary to get the epoxy to flow. The port is not aligned over the crack properly. Though recognizing that injection is probably a better fix, many specifiers are nevertheless reluctant to inject a rigid epoxy into faults where there is evidence of movement and move they all do since they yawn for fear the crack will simply reappear nearby.

Surface ports, aka plastic tubing ports, are glued on the surface over the open cracks using SealBoss epoxy paste adhesive. The paste-over can be simply peeled off if CIP-F is used.