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How are you addressing cracks?

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From the prior link: Fig. 3: Lapped cross-section of concrete core at sawcut joint showing patching compound thrust upward. Displacement of patching compound (arrow pointing upward) is caused by narrowing of joint (arrows) as the concrete slab relaxes from its warped posture.

So there they are showing patching material.

That is what I am talking with resilient flooring (in that case VCT) over the joint. Not so much with the 'wharehouse' type rolling load joints. (speaking of which, in my wharehouse, I actually can hear a hollow rocking motion under the joint... Oh property manager.... )
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RE: How are you addressing cracks? - eaadams - 09-15-2011, 12:06 PM

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