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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 Technical Data Sheet Standard Slip Joint Page 1 January 2008 415 Galvanised Slipjoint Economical pre-greased galvanised slipjoints Uses To take movement on a light load and less critical load bearing structure such as corbels, brick or masonry block applications. Description Pre-greased galvanised slipjoint that consists of graphite grease sandwiched between two layers of galvanised sheet metal. The graphite grease is used as the lubricant / slippage medium for the product. The galvanised slipjoint can be supplied flat or to suit cavity wall / bridge applications and comes taped at each end for ease of installation. Supply Galvanised slipjoint is supplied in 3 m lengths and is available in the following sizes. Flat Strips; 90 mm, 110 mm, 150 mm, 190 mm, 200 mm, 230 mm, 250 mm, 270 mm, 300 mm Cavity Bridge; 250 mm, 270 mm Product Code 2200951 Slipjoint 90mm X 3m / Each 2200952 Slipjoint 110mm X 3m / Each 2200953 Slipjoint 150mm X 3m / Each 2200954 Slipjoint 200mm X 3m / Each 2200955 Slipjoint 190mm X 3m / Each 2200956 Slipjoint 230mm X 3m / Each 2200957 Slipjoint 250mm X 3m / Each 2200958 Slipjoint 270mm X 3m / Each 2200959 Slipjoint 300mm X 3m / Each 2200950 Slipjoint Cavity Wall 230mm X 3m / Each 2200961 Slipjoint Cavity Wall 250mm X 3m 2200962 Slipjoint Cavity Wall 270mm X 3m Application Prepare surface of concrete / brickwork to receive the slipjoint so that it is level and sound. Hold the slipjoint in position using adhesive if practical making sure there are no gaps between the joined lengths. Make sure that the complete surface of the required seating is covered with slipjoint, do not forget to allow for any expansion joint materials if specified. Placement of concrete should be done with care making sure no damage is done to the slipjoint with concrete vibrators etc. C o ncrete Slab Cavity Bridge Slip Joint January 2008


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