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Concrete mix design that ensures that concrete remains waterproof
Indicative mix design and concrete requirements
Resistance class: complies with the specifications of the executive project (frequent: C25/30 - C30/37-C32/40........);
Exposure class: complies with the specifications of the executive project (frequent: XC2-XC4);
Consistency: S4 / S5
Maximum water / cement ratio: 0.50 +0.45;
Maximum penetration depth of water: <20 mm according to UNI EN 12390-8 standard;
Recommended types of cements: 32.5, cements with fly ash additions are also preferred;
Mix Design with sufficient quantity of fine components (s 100 um) such as to allow easy and homogeneous compactability '440480Kg / m3: cement + finidegli aggregates + cenerivolanti and / ofiller.
Additives: superplasticisers and possibly shrinkage compensators;
Further specifications, if necessary for the specific project, will be indicated together with the offer and will be a substitute for those indicated above.
"Ad hoc" design mix for highly stressed special structures, for very low hydration cis with At controlled for large casting thicknesses, for structures in seismic areas, for structures waterproof to radon gas, for
structures with very rapid disarmament and structural usability, for other structures according to particular design requirements.
General conditions for waterproofing and drainage of structures under terrain and underground construction
General conditions for sealing joints in buildings
-EN 206-1: 2006
Concrete - Specification, Performance, Production and Compliance
-UNI 11104 : 2004
Concrete - Specification, performance, production and conformity - Complementary instructions for the application of EN 206-1
Additives for concrete
Aggregates for concrete
Intrinsic impermeability of concrete (5 bar for 3 days <20 mm)
Homogeneous compaction of the concrete (referred to casting conditions without segregation and bleeding)
Compaction on site 2 98% of what can be obtained on the reference laboratory specimens for mechanical strength
Requirements for installation, taken from "Guidelines for the implementation of structural concrete and for the evaluation of the mechanical properties of hardened concrete by means of non-destructive tests" issued by the Higher Council for Public Works - Central Technical Service, February 2008.
Complete avoidinance of casting on partially or totally hardened concrete
La compottoztone dord essere efficace ed impedire la formazione di nidi di ghialo
The times of Immersion of the soror vibrator commisurud to the consistency of the concrete
The distance of the pund for the vibrators and depending on the type of vibrator used
And it should be difficult to compact the entire volume of the concrete put into the works
Vibrator must always be immersed for 20 cm omni in the lower layer of fresh anchors, thus allowing the cohesion of the two layers
Vibrating needle diameter [mm]
Distance between the diving points [cm]
40 fino a 60
The executing company is directly responsible for the formation of gravel nests, it will be the responsibility of the undertaking to take all the necessary precautions so that their training is excluded.
Projectual: section with strong congestion of the armor irons, lack of space for the introduction of the vibrators
adapt armor layout
Formwork: non-sealed joints that allow the release of water
Properties of fresh concrete: lack of fines, poor workability or excess of water, hardening in advance, maximum diameter of the aggregates large in relation to the size of the casting
Implementation: concrete left to fall from an excessive height, excessive load of concrete in the formworks. Non-existent or ineffective loading hoppers, horizontal displacement of the concrete
Compaction: vibrators that are undersized for power, frequency or amplitude, vibration time too short or excessive, excess distance between vibration points, insufficient number of vibrators
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