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1. Construction joints in basements and water retaining structures : This is a very intricate problem. Construction joints in these components of the building are unavoidable. If these joints are not treated properly during execution, perpetual leakages occur in such structures. We provide right advice, site procedure and material to tackle this issue. Contact us for comprehensive solution on this.
       
       
2. Protection of sub-structure : Volume wise smaller component of any building is below the ground and is called substructure. This component, though smaller, is most important since entire building is resting on it. Within this substructure there are RCC members that are prone to attack from salts in the subsoil. There are masonry walls that become hollow due to rats. The worst part of these damages to substructure is “Since it's buried and invisible, no attention is paid to repair it.” Hence it is very essential to protect these elements in substructure as the construction progresses and before these are buried. Contact us for comprehensive solution on this.
       
       
3. Creation of Expansion Joints and earthquake movement joints : Very few site Engineers are aware of correct detailing at expansion joint at various places e. g. that at floor slab / roof slab / adjoining parapets , within columns / roof sheets & purlins / plaster etc. After long discussions with leading structural engineers, we have created certain drawings and models to exhibit details at most of such locations. Contact us for comprehensive solution on this.
       
       
4. Bar anchoring / Re-barring : Changes in design may require additional beams / lintels , lofts / chajjas , ornamental elements in the completed / semi-completed RCC structures. In such situations, reinforcement bars ( dowel bars ) have to be newly anchored using correct practices, tools and materials. We provide high strength polyester and epoxy anchoring grouts and also services for such requirements. Contact us for comprehensive solution on this.
       
       
5. Cold joints in concrete : At construction joints in PCC or RCC , new concrete is laid over dried portion of old concrete. Such joint is called cold joint. Such cold joints, if not treated correctly before putting new concrete, lead to waterproofing problems and in some cases, structural failures. We have various bonding agents to take care of this issue. Contact us for comprehensive solution on this.
       
       
6. Concreting of sloping slab : Concreting a sloping slab is very tricky issue. There are many occasions when sloping slabs done with quality concrete also have 70 % permeability . We have products to help cast least permeable sloping slab. Contact us for comprehensive solution on this.
       
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