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Well this may not exactly fit this forum...

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Today I was mitigating a concrete slab on second floor and while we were putting down the epoxy someone walked in and said, "We have something dripping onto us in the lower level ER."

It seems that we found a crack that went all the way through a cast in place deck and the epoxy dripped right on a doctor as he was conducting an x-ray.

I've heard the doc is pretty P.O.'d.

Oops.... :O
JD Grafton
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#2
Through a crack?
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#3
How viscous is this epoxy you were using! wow.
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#4
It's a self leveling moisture mitigation epoxy applied at 75 sf/gallon.
Funny as heck. The security guard didn't like the doctor so he acted as a buffer between my guys and the doc. I never heard how he turned out. Someone asked what he could use to get it out of his hair and I told them Xylene, and I wonder if the good doctor washed his head in Xylene? Tongue
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#5
I've never heard of a moisture mitigation epoxy not need all cracks to be routed and filled with a roadware or equal first.
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#6
Ouch.

I know. We missed a small hole. It was drilled for a rod from below, and we didn't see it under the floor patch. When the blaster went over it exposed it, and being a small 1/4" hole we just plain missed it!
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