Surface Preparation

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Precision in Concrete Paving

To ensure a high load-bearing capacity and long service life together with perfect... More

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Asphalt Specialists Ordered to Pay Nearly $1M in Compensation, Reinstate Terminated Drivers

The Michigan company has been found in violation of the Surface Transportation... More

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R-Flex Belt Repair Kit

R-Flex Belt Repair Kit is formulated to quickly repair tears, gouges, and holes in... More

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Urethane Kit Allows Fast Repairs

The new Devcon R-Flex Belt Repair Kit from ITW Polymers Adhesives North America (... More

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Solving Concrete Finishing Problems

Two factors impact the ability to finish concrete. The first is available paste in... More

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Admixture Improves Surface Appearance

Perfin-305 prevents air bubbles from forming on the concrete surface, improving... More

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Angled Surfaces and Bugholes

One of our customers is having a problem with excessive bugholes on the surfaces of walls that are at a 45-degree angle. More

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Condition of Concrete at and Below Driveway Surface Often Differs

This time of year always brings numerous complaints about driveway wearing surfaces. Conditions that mar a driveway's beauty-and are the homeowner's most common complaint-are popouts and exposed rocks at the slab's surface. More precisely, crushed limestone aggregate is exposed after the medium broom finish has worn away. Why is it that, with less than a year's service, a broomed concrete surface might wear to the point of exposing major portions of coarse aggregate? In many areas, the coarse aggregate even dislodges. More

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