expansion joint filler

joint filler

1. Any putty-like material used to fill joints, as in plasterboard construction.
2. A strip of extruded resilient material used for filling a joint.
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ASTM D8139 requires more stringent tests than existing standards for joint fillers such as D1751 Standard Specification for Preformed Expansion Joint Filler for Concrete Paving and Structural Construction (Nonextruding and Resilient Bituminous Types), he adds.
By exceeding the standards set in ASTM D8139, Nomaflex easily meets the most critical requirements of D1751 and can be used as an 'equal to or better' alternative in any concrete expansion joint filler application where Nonextruding and Resilient Bituminous Types are used," explains Weimer.
Tenders are invited for the work consists of clearing and grubbing, earth excavation, channel excavation-earth, excavation and reuse of existing channel bottom material, cut bituminous concrete pavement, handling water, water pollution control, gravel streambed material, granular fill, pervious structure backfill, sedimentation control system, removal of existing culvert ,preformed expansion joint filler for bridges, exploration test borings, intermediate riprap, placement of channel boulder, bituminous concrete lip curbing, temporary precast concrete barrier curb, remove and reset metal beam rail, furnishing and placing topsoil, erosion control, provide temporary precast concrete barrier curb
Construction chemicals are widely used for waterproofing repairs, crack and expansion joint fillers, bonding agents, tile adhesives, plasticizers, retarders, air entraining compound accelerators and others.