The demonstration will show the repair of cracks in concrete using structural polyurethane injection without pumps, ports or cutting, featuring Roadware 10-Minute Concrete Mender and Easy Injection System. This no cutting method generates almost no dust, making silica dust mitigation much easier.
This demonstration will show the repair of cracks in concrete using structural polyurethane injection without pumps, ports or cutting, featuring Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender and Easy Injection System. This no cutting method generates almost no dust making silica dust mitigation much easier.
Grout-filled socks combined with threaded bars are gaining popularity to form a strong chemical and mechanical bond for securing external walls to hollow concrete floor slabs, for stitching cracked solid and multi-lead walls, for stabilizing rubble-filled walls, and securing unstable parapet walls and arches. This technology is ideal where high levels of performance are required in bending for heavy duty, high load applications. The demonstration session will provide an overview of this fast, efficient, proven installation technique.
Moisture-related floor covering and coating failures are a very costly and disruptive issue with the direct and in-direct costs associated with such issues estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars each year in the United States alone. In this session, a brief overview of the previous sessions will be provided and experts in the field of slab moisture, concrete, testing and forensics will answer your industry questions related to the subject.
Industry questions related to moisture-related floor covering and coating failures will be answered by the presenter during a 1-hour webinar. Questions will come from ICRI members through a survey conducted prior to the webinar and PPT slides addressing the questions prepared by the presenter. Questions from webinar attendees will also be answered during the webinar.
The case-histories based presentation will focus on the use of nondestructive evaluation (NDE) methods to detect flaws and damage in concrete construction. Case histories will be presented for detection and mapping of flaws and damage in concrete such as cracking, delamination, honeycomb, void, corrosion, fire damage, alkali-silica reaction and low strength concrete. The case histories for the concrete structures are anticipated to include parking structures, bridges, buildings and dams. NDE methods will include sonic/ultrasonic, infrared thermography, radar and corrosion technologies where the results in many cases were confirmed by coring. The use of some of the NDE methods for QA of concrete repairs such as epoxy injection and patching will also be discussed.
Sikalastic One Shot products, Sikalastic-720 One Shot & Sikalastic-726 Balcony One Shot, will be demonstrated. Sikalastic One Shot products are an innovation in traffic coating membranes that replace the need for a base coat and multiple top-coats in a single step. These products re-imagine how traffic coating systems are designed with a polyurethane resin that has both a flexible crack-bridging ability and is extremely durable. Sikalastic-720 One Shot is a one coat system of 45 mils with a proprietary aggregate blend designed for vehicular traffic. Sikalastic-726 Balcony One Shot is a primer-less single step polyurethane system of 35 mils with a proprietary integral texture designed for balconies and pedestrian traffic....
Nondestructive testing is often used in conjunction with traditional methods to assess construction, material, or structural deficiencies in new construction. This presentation describes evaluation of unique delamination failures within below-grade, exterior walls of a new subway station. The walls were conventionally reinforced mass concrete cast against a soldier pile and lagging retention system. Shortly after construction, leakage at cracks and joints was observed and injection processes led to delamination of the interior surfaces. The assessment objectives were to determine the extent and cause of near-surface discontinuities and evaluate the structural integrity of the walls. Nondestructive testing included flaw detection using Impulse Response [structural mobility testing] and reinforcement locating using ground-penetrating radar. Sampling and petrographic examinations were conducted to correlate test results with distress conditions and evaluate the in-situ concrete.
On August 9, 2019, Tyson Foods' Holcomb, Kansas beef plant experienced the first large fire in the meat processing industry in nearly 20 years. The long-burning fire precipitated the collapse of a portion of the high roof over the mechanical mezzanine, which housed equipment for numerous critical plant processes. This took portions of the plant, the second largest in the United States, out of operation for months. The pressures of substantial business interruption costs, as well as the market consequences for cattle feeders from the Southern Plains region, necessitated a rapid response. This presentation highlights the investigation into the extent of damage to precast members, including visual inspection, nondestructive and laboratory evaluations, testing, simulation, and analyses. Based on this investigation, members were identified for repair or removal and replacement.