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Old 04-16-2013, 05:36 AM
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Here is something on Expansion Joints.


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The difference between the two is controlling forces that are applied to the slab. Expansion Joints for movement (also for extreme temps that effect the slab...ie: what brickie mentioned)

Control Joints for static pressure and possible cracking during the cure phase.
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Here is something on Expansion Joints.


Tech Questions

The difference between the two is controlling forces that are applied to the slab. Expansion Joints for movement (also for extreme temps that effect the slab...ie: what brickie mentioned)

Control Joints for static pressure and possible cracking during the cure phase.
thank you. this has been extremely helpful!
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