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Technical Dayta Sheet Compedium

CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING ROOFING WATERSTOPS WATERPROOFING JOINT FILLERS TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL INDEX 406 Technical Data Sheet Page 1 September 2007 Super Rib Sacrificial formwork mesh – stop end system Uses „ Construction joints and stop ends „ Joints in slabs „ Vertical joints in walls Advantages „ Provides a high degree of control over the quality of an interfacing scabbled joint „ Faster and easier to use than timber formwork and chemical retarding agents used on concrete to create interlocking surfaces „ Can be installed before reinforcement with bars pushed through the mesh at a later stage „ Material is easy to cut, bend and shape into and around difficult profiles such as toggle joints „ Can be used vertically or horizontally, and curved for such applications as water retaining structures „ Enables pour to be visually monitored, thus reducing risk of voids or honey combing within concrete „ No need to clean, reface or oil as would happen with traditional timber formwork Description Super Rib is a machine made unique mesh galvanised steel sheet stiffened by roll-formed ribs, that retains poured concrete and provides a perfect bond and shear key to the follow-on pour similar to a fully scabbled joint. Super Rib becomes a permanent formwork thus there is no stripping required or preparation of the joint surface for the next pour. Properties Weight: 3.39 kg/m² Thickness: 0.40 mm Sheet width: 450 mm Min radius: (curved along length) 500 mm Supply Product Sheet size Super Rib 450 x 2500 mm September 2007


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