5837-20 - Partial-Depth Concrete Slab Repair-Used to...

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Partial-Depth Concrete Slab Repair -Used to address spalls or scaling which do not extend through the full depth of the slab, but affect only the top few inches. -Restores rideability of the pavement. -Retards pavement deterioration. -Prevent premature overlay failure. Failure to repair these areas prior to an overlay will result in reflective cracking through the overlay. -Less costly than full-depth slab repair. Spalls near the joint which can be addressed by partial depth slab repair
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Spalls that can be addressed by partial depth repair do not extend through the entire depth of the slab Localized scaling which can be addressed by partial depth slab repair
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Localized deterioration near the joint which can be addressed by partial depth slab repair The extent of deteriorated area can be determined by “sounding”. The deteriorated area must be removed.
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The deterorated area is marked for sawing Steps for partial depth patching: 1. A partial depth saw cut is made.
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