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Cold Expansion Joint

#11
Sometimes it works out to be the best. I lose jobs every day because people don't want to do it right. Sad
JD Grafton
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#12
Doin it right is cheaper than crossing fingers.
Stephen Perrera dba
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#13
(08-16-2011, 08:11 PM)Ernesto Wrote:  Doin it right is cheaper than crossing fingers.

I may steal that line.... I like it a lot! Big Grin
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#14
Jd you mentioned the euco quikjoint 200. Perhaps you know the other products.

I have a job where GC put euco 700 in a stress crack (poorly spaced joints) running the whole width of slab 80'.

Now we can see a line tracking the crack repair under the flooring. Does that jive in your mind?

I am having a hard time understanding the difference between them.
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(10-21-2011, 06:53 PM)eaadams Wrote:  Jd you mentioned the euco quikjoint 200. Perhaps you know the other products.

I have a job where GC put euco 700 in a stress crack (poorly spaced joints) running the whole width of slab 80'.

Now we can see a line tracking the crack repair under the flooring. Does that jive in your mind?

I am having a hard time understanding the difference between them.

Understanding the difference between what?

If you see a crack, the joint has moved. Why else would you see the crack?
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#16
Between why the structural engineer would spec a epoxy euco 700 vs the polyurea euco 200.

When I read about the two it seems to say the.same thing.
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#17
The 700 is an epoxy and harder. Has a longer open time and would flow to the bottom of the crack better.
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