bond breaker

bond breaker

1. A material used to prevent a sealant from bonding to the bottom of a joint.
2. A material used to prevent adhesion of newly placed concrete and the substrate.
3. A material to facilitate independent movement between two units that would otherwise behave monolithically.
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As part of the concrete pavement work, crews will install a fabric "bond breaker" between the old, existing pavement and the new pavement on top.
the product then binds with the asphalt binder and wicks its way through the asphalt mat to create a bond breaker for ice.
Backer rod and bond breaker tape are not necessary because the pre-cured silicone sealant is only
After the forms are all built, it's important to apply "bond breaker" to all areas that will come in contact with wet concrete.