Protecting concrete usually means shielding it from the elements of nature or from harsh manmade chemicals. But it’s not just concrete that needs such protection. Corrugated metal pipe, steel surfaces, material hoppers, rail cars and masonry all can come in contact with corrosive or abrasive materials or harsh conditions.
The geotechnical needs of DOTs and other agencies responsible for roads and bridges are vast. Issues include: Culvert repair Soil stabilization Void filling Concrete slab lifting Sinkhole remediation Slope control Slough control in tunneling
Scope of Work: Repairing damaged warehouse, manufacturing, commercial floors.
Problem: Damaged and unrepaired floors can cause harm to equipment, products and add to worker fatigue. They also reduce the value of the building and can lead to more costly repairs later. A fast setting material is preferred to get a floor back into service providing minimal interruption to the tenant. Cooler and freezer buildings will require the use of a fast setting material.
NOTE: Floor Fix is moisture-sensitive. If concrete or sand is wet, it will make the mortar swell. If this occurs, wait 10 – 15 minutes and grind cured mortar back flush with surrounding concrete.
Concrete saw (preferably dustless)
Grinder with diamond blade or chipping hammer with chisel bit (preferably dustless)
1⁄2 – 3⁄4 hp drill
Jiffy type mixing paddle