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  1. TECHNICAL GUIDELINES from the leading resource for education and information in the repair industry... ICRI Technical Guideline No. 210.3-2004 AN INTRODUCTION TO: Evaluation Guideline for Using In-Situ Tensile Pull-Off Tests to Evaluate Bond of Concrete Surface Materials Formerly 03739

  2. An essential tool for facility owners, concrete repair designers, contractors, and material manufacturers. It provides a recommended method of evaluating the tensile bond of cementitious and polymer concrete surface repairs using in-situ drilled core tensile pull-off tests. ICRI Guideline 210.3-2004 Evaluation Guideline for Using In-Situ Tensile Pull-Off Tests to Evaluate Bond of Concrete Surface Materials Purpose of This Guideline

  3. Anyone who wants a test to verify bond of a concrete repair, overlay, encasement or composite systems. • Or anyone who needs a test method to evaluate the adhesive strength of bonding agents. • Designers can use the test to determine suitability of a particular repair method or material. • Contractors can use the test to verify the bond of an in-place repair. • Manufactures can use the test to qualify a material for a particular use. ICRI Guideline 210.3-2004 Evaluation Guideline for Using In-Situ Tensile Pull-Off Tests to Evaluate Bond of Concrete Surface Materials Who is this guideline for?

  4. Purpose and need for testing in-place bond. • Importance of bond to successful surface repairs • Equipment and materials required to run the test • The actual test procedure • A recommendation for time and frequency of test on completed repairs • Evaluation of test reports Guideline for Using In-Situ Tensile Pull-Off Tests to Evaluate Bond of Concrete Surface Materials What is covered?

  5. Provides contractors and manufacturers with a test method to quantify the bond of an in-place repair. • Provides designers, specifiers and owners with acceptance criteria of in-place repairs. • Provides information on possible causes for below minimum strength requirements. Guideline for Using In-Situ Tensile Pull-Off Tests to Evaluate Bond of Concrete Surface Materials Benefits of Using This Guide…

  6. TECHNICAL GUIDELINES from the leading resource for education and information in the repair industry... ICRI Technical Guideline No. 210.3-2004 Find it at WWW.ICRI.ORG Evaluation Guideline for Using In-Situ Tensile Pull-Off Tests to Evaluate Bond of Concrete Surface Materials Available in Hard Copy or as a PDF download