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(25,000 sq ft) site to a new 6500 m2 (70,000 sq ft) building in 1987. The older building had 7.6 m (25 ft) ceilings and was heated with forced air while the new building has 12.2 m (40 ft) ceil-ings and is heated with a radiant floor in the concrete slab. The chart
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2nd Coat: MC-Luster 100 cure time for new concrete prior to preparation and 2.0-4.0 mils DFT 3rd Coat: MC-Antigraffiti 100 1.5-2.0 mils DFT Total System DFT: 7.5-11.5 mils DFT
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(1) Use a curing/sealing compound conforming to ASTM C1315, “Liquid Merane-Forming Compounds Having Special Properties for Curing and Sealing Concrete,” Type 1, Class A, 100% acrylate polymer. (2) Apply the curing/sealing compound within 30
CHEM-TOP 960 aggregate gives the concrete it’s wearing capacity and abrasion resistance. With CHEM-PLATE CCC960, the /8″ (3 mm) thickness of treated concrete floor is reinforced with one of the hardest and most durable metallic aggregates resulting in floor which will last up to 9 times longer than non-treated floor under the most severe wear conditions.
Six 100 × 100 × 100 mm PC specimens were positioned in each canal, in a zigzag pattern, to slow down the wastewater flow through the specimens. Inlet discharge for each canal was fixed at 0.5 L
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residue which can clog the hose and spray gun assely. COVERAGE: Surface Coverage Smooth Troweled Surface: 150-250 sq.ft./gal Rough Finished Surface: 100-200 sq.ft./gal Coverage rates are provided as a guideline only. Many factors including surface
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FèThere are some good answers here. We have always operated with the knowledge that concrete will harden to 75% of full strength in 1 day and will gain another 24% over the next 27 days as it them continues to get harder until it is destroyed or r
• Sprays 3600 sq. ft. In about 5 min. At approx. 75psi. • Large rubber feet for stability. Available in either AC (9’ cord) or DC (25’ cord w/battery clamps). DESIGNED TO SPRAY: Cleaners, Concrete Sealers, Form Oils and Other Release Agents, Fertilizers
252 ft 2/gal at 4.0 mils DFT – 505 ft /gal at 2.0 mils DFT (6.2 m2/l at 102 µm DFT – 12.3 m 2/l at 51 µm DFT) Thinning: MC-Thinner, MC-Thinner 100, MC-Thinner XMT Clean Up: MC-Thinner, MC-Thinner 100, MC-Thinner XMT *Humidity, temperature and coating
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before the curing completes, weight all laps and outside edges. Avoid contact between the blanket and the concrete surface. Thoroughly soak the nonwoven synthetic side of the Transguard cover and check daily for proper moisture content. Rewetting may
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The E 1100 will also set, finish and cure 2,200 sq. ft. of concrete; up to 6,600 sq. ft. with accessories. At 85% efficiency, the E 100 offers the highest in the industry. With 1,100 ft. of hose and a hydraulic hose system, the E 1100 allows for single person set-up
Later on, the film of evaporation retarder will be washed away when the concrete surface will be hard enough to support direct water curing with a hose. Fig. 17.22 . The worker at the back of the picture is applying an evaporation retarder.
The E 1100 will also set, finish and cure 2,200 sq. ft. of concrete; up to 6,600 sq. ft. with accessories. At 85% efficiency, the E 100 offers the highest in the industry. - With 1,100 ft. of hose and a hydraulic hose system, the E 1100 allows for single person set-up and placement, for …
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Coverage Sq. Ft./Gallon Clay Brick, Exposed Aggregate, Stucco, Rough Stone 100-150 Precast Concrete 125-150 Smooth Stone and Glazed Brick 150-175 Concrete 80-150
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Approximately 200 sq ft per gallon (5 m²/L) of diluted concentrate. Coverage can vary depending on the temperature and porosity of the concrete. NOTE: Test results obtained under controlled laboratory conditions at 73 F (23 C) and
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Curing is the maintenance of a satisfactory moisture con-tent and temperature in concrete for a period of time imme-diately following placing and finishing so that the desired properties may develop (Fig. 12-1). The need for adequate curing of concrete cannot be