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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 JOINT FILLERS WATERPROOFING WATERSTOPS ROOFING TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL INDEX Page 3 409 Keyjoint What you will need. Keyjoint including stakes Keyjoint capping Hammer Spanner or pliers String line Step 1. Set up your work area by placing a string line along the joint line. Set string line at the height of the finished floor level. Lay out Keyjoint along this line. Please note: if you are using capping, please allow for this height when setting up string line. Step 2. Drive the first stake through small oblong hole near end of Keyjoint, ensuring the flat section of the stake is in line with the flat section of the hole. Place Keyjoint along string line and rest on the ground. Step 3. Hammer stake 10 mm below height of Keyjoint in the first hole of Keyjoint length. Next repeat the same in the last hole in Keyjoint length (4 stakes per 3 m length are recommended). Step 4. Return to first stake, raising the metal Keyjoint to the height of the slab or string line, then twist stake 90˚ to lock the Keyjoint in place with pliers or spanner. Repeat this at the last hole and continue to drive the rest of the stakes in place. Step 5. Add joining clip if joining two or more Keyjoint lengths. Step 6. Line up capping to edge of Keyjoint and press over top edge. Continue pressing capping firmly over the rest of the Keyjoint length. Step 7. You are now ready to pour the slab. Step 8. Please note. If using removable capping after the slab is poured, please remove top edge of capping on the same afternoon the slab was poured. Installation Instructions


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