515.2R-13 Guide to Selecting Protective Treatments for Concrete

515.2R-13 Guide to Selecting Protective Treatments for Concrete

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Concrete structures can be subjected to physical or chemical attacks by various substances, including water, acids, alkalis, salt solutions, and organic chemicals. Damage may vary in intensity from surface discoloration or roughening to catastrophic loss of structural integrity due to acid attack. This guide addresses the effects of various substances on untreated concrete and provides recommendations for protective treatments.

Keywords: acids; alkali; chemical attack; coal tar distillates; coatings; deicer; distress; durability; exposure condition; fatty acids; hardener; membrane; petroleum oils; protective treatment; resin; salt solution; sealer; solvents; topping; vegetable oils.

 

Document Details

Author: ACI Committee 515

Publication Year: 2013

Pages: 25.00

ISBN: 9780870318252

Categories: Coatings

Formats: Printed Document, PDF, ePub, or Kindle

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1—INTRODUCTION AND SCOPE

1.1––Introduction

1.2—Scope

CHAPTER 2—NOT ATION AND DEFINITIONS

2.1––Notation

2.2—Definitions

CHAPTER 3—TABLES OF CHEMICALS, THEIREFFECTS ON CONCRETE, AND PROTECTIVE TREATMENTS

3.1—Aggressive substances

3.2—Treatment methods

CHAPTER 4—PROTE CTIVE TREATMENTS AND SYSTEMS DESCRIPTIONS

4.1—Magnesium fluosilicate or zinc fluosilicate

4.2—Alkali silicates, sodium silicate (water glass), potassium silicate, lithium silicate

4.3—Drying oils

4.4—Coumarone-indene resin

4.5—Styrene-butadiene (SBR) copolymer resin

4.6—Chlorinated rubber

4.7—Chlorosulfonated polyethylene (hypalon)

4.8—Vinyls and latex-based materials

4.9—Bituminous paints, mastics, and enamels

4.10—Polyester and vinyl ester materials

4.11—Polyurethane/urethane

4.12—Epoxy

4.13—Neoprene

4.14—Polysulfide

4.15—Coal tar and coal-tar epoxy

4.16—Chemical-resistant masonry units, mortars, grouts, and concretes

4.17—Sheet rubber

4.18—Resin sheets

4.19—Lead sheet

4.20—Glass

4.21—Acrylics, methyl methacrylate (MMA), and highmolecular- weight methacrylate (HMWM)

4.22—Silane, siloxane, and siliconates (organosilicon compounds)

4.23—Metalizing

4.24—Crystalline coatings and admixtures

4.25—Polyurea

4.26—Adjunct additives

CHAPTER 5—REFERENCES

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