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Concrete, Non-destructive Testing (NDT)

Climate Change is Corrupting Infrastructure As atmospheric CO2 levels continue to increase with global warming, the safety of concrete structures is in jeopardy. Climate change has become a major concern, and a contributing factor of reinforcement corrosion in buildings, bridges, and other concrete infrastructure around the...

Asphalt, Concrete

The new infrastructure bill passed the Senate on August 10 after months of tough negotiations. This spending package carries a $1 trillion price tag over five years. $550 billion is geared for transportation, broadband and utilities, while $110 billion is earmarked for roads, bridges and other major infrastructure projects,...

Concrete

Knowing the quality of the concrete being used in construction is a requirement at building sites worldwide. Concrete slump testing is a quick and easy procedure that can be performed in real-time and on-site that is used to determine the workability as well as the consistency of fresh concrete. Concrete with slump values that...

Concrete, Non-destructive Testing (NDT)

Half Cell corrosion mapping is an effective method for assessing the severity of corrosion in reinforced concrete structures. This rapid, cost-effective and non-destructive survey method provides key information in corrosion evaluations. Corrosion of steel reinforcement is a major factor in the deterioration of highway and...

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