503.1-92 - 503.4-92: Four Epoxy Standards (Reapproved 2003)

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Title: 503.1-92 - 503.4-92: Four Epoxy Standards (Reapproved 2003)

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Publication: Technical Documents

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Appears on pages(s): 21

Keywords: adhesives; aluminum; bond (concrete to concrete); bonding; bricks; concrete construction; copper; epoxy resins; hardened concrete: quality control; safety: specifications; standards; steels; wood

Date: 3/1/1992

Abstract:

Note: A newer version of this document exists. This document was replaced by 503.1/503.4.

This specification is a reference standard which the Architect/Engineer may cite in the project specifications, together with the supplemental requirements for the specific project. It is written in terse, imperative language and is divided into two sections: general requirements and materials and applications, including a section on the allimportant surface preparation. This document covers materials and methods for bonding concrete, steel, wood, brick, aluminum, copper, and other materials to hardened concrete. This specification is written in the section and three-part format of the Construction Specifications Institute, but with the numbering system modified to ACI requirements. A specification guide and checklist are included as a preface to, but not forming a part of, Standard Specification ACI 503.1. The purpose of this guide and checklist is to assist the Architect/Engineers' designer(s) and specifier(s) to properly choose and specify, the necessary supplemental requirements for the project specifications. 503.2 Standard Specification 503.2 is a reference standard which the Architect/Engineer may cite in the project specification(s) for any building project, together with supplementary requirements for the specific project. This specification is written in the section and three-part format of the Construction Specifications Institute, but with the numbering system modified to ACI requirements. The language is generally imperative and terse. A specification guide is included as a preface to, but not forming apart of; Standard Specification ACI 503.2. The purpose of this guide is to assist the Architect/Engineers' designer(s) and specifier(s) to property choose and specify the necessary supplementary requirements for the project specification(s). 503.3 Standard Specification 503.3 is a reference standard which the Architect/Engineer may cite in the project specification(s) for any building project, together with supplementary requirements for the specific project. This specification is written in the section and three-part format of the Construction Specifications Institute, but with the numbering system modified to ACI requirements. The language is generally imperative and terse. A specification guide and checklist are included as a preface to, but not forming a part of, Standard Specification ACI 503.3. The purpose of this guide is to assist the Architect/ Engineers designer(s) and specifier(s) to properly choose and specify the necessary supplementary requirements for the project specification(s). 503.4 Standard Specification 503.2 is a reference standard which the Architect/Engineer may cite in the project specification(s) for any building project, together with supplementary requirements for the specific project. This specification is written in the section and three-part format of the Construction Specifications Institute, but with the numbering system modified to ACI requirements. The language is generally imperative and terse. A specification guide and checklist are included as a preface to, but not forming a part of Standard Specification ACI 503.4. The purpose of this guide and checklist is to assist the Architect/Engineers' designer(s) and specifier(s) to properly choose and specify the necessary supplementary requirements for the project specification(s).