FIELD GUIDE TO CONCRETE REPAIR APPLICATION PROCEDURES
Surface Repair Using Form-and- Pour Techniques
The form-and-pour placement technique is a multistep process of preparation, formwork construction, and placement of repair materials. Repair materials are placed in the cavity between the formwork and the prepared substrate with
buckets, pumps, chutes, or buggies. The form-and-pour technique allows the use of many different castable repair materials. Placeability is the primary consideration material selection. Depending on the consistency of the repair
material, consolidation is accomplished by vibration, rodding, or when the material has extremely high slump (self consolidating), no additional steps may be required.
Author: ACI Committee E706
Publication Year: 2011
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