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Title: Proposed ACI Standard 503.3: Standard Specification for Producing a Skid-Resistant Surface on Concrete by the Use of a Multi-Compnent Epoxy System
Author(s): ACI Committee 503
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 448-453
Keywords: aggregates;coatings;concrete pavemnts;epoxy resins;hardened concrete; quality control;skid resistance;specifications;standards.
Abstract:This specification describes the work of producing a skid-resistant surface on hardened concrete by the application of a mulit-compnenet epoxy adhesive system such as defined for this purpose in ASTM C881. It includes controls for adhesive labling, storage, handling, mixing and application, surface evaluation and preparation, as well as inspection and quality control. In addition, it describes an aggregate to be used with the coating.
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