Type I — For use in non-load bearing applications for bonding hardened concrete to hardened concrete and other materials, and as a binder in epoxy mortars or epoxy c. Type II — For use in non-load bearing applications for bonding freshly mixed concrete to hardened concrete new concrete overlays to existing concrete. Type III — For use in bonding skid resistant materials to hardened concrete, and as a binder in epoxy mortars or epoxy concretes used on traffic bearing surfaces or surfaces subject to thermal or mechanical movements. Type IV — For use in load-bearing applications for bonding hardened concrete to hardened concrete and other materials and as a binder for epoxy mortars and concretes. Type V — For use in load-bearing applications for bonding freshly mixed concrete to hardened concrete.
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Complementary Documents and Links:. This specification covers two-component, epoxy-resin bonding systems for application to portland-cement concrete, which are able to cure under humid conditions and bond to damp surfaces.
This specification does not cover epoxy-resin-base bonding systems that have been modified by addition of components such as cement, fine aggregate, or fiber reinforcement. Additional testing may be required to meet applicable specifications for these applications. This specification does not address the effects of creep on epoxy-resin-base bonding systems while under load or the potential for creep rupture. Additional testing is required for applications where creep and creep rupture are critical.
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