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ILNAS-EN 12618-3:2004 Edition 08/2004
Products and systems for the protection and repair of concrete structures - Test methods - Part 3: Determination of the adhesion of injection products, with or without thermal cycling - Slant shear method
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This Part of this European Standard describes the method for determining the slant shear bond strength of all injection products intended to restore the integrity of cracked concrete and covered by prEN 1504-5. The test may be performed upon cracks injected in the dry, damp, wet or with water flowing through them. It should always be carried out after the appropriate period of curing under the standard conditions of test detailed below, but may additionally be performed upon a further set of specimens after a period of artificial ageing by thermal cycling. Whilst the testing of the repaired crack is normally by short term static load, it may also be performed as a creep test by long term static load, or as a dynamic test by the application of a cyclic load.


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Technical Committee :
CEN/TC 104 : Concrete and related products


89/106/EEC : Construction products


start of the vote on the project      date of ratification (dor)    27/02/2004
end of the vote on the project      date of anouncement (doa)    30/11/2004
start of the vote on the final project    19/06/2003   date of publication (dop)    28/02/2005
end of the vote on the final project    19/12/2003   date of withdrawal (dow)    28/02/2005

Publication Official Journal
of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg

International Classification for Standards (ICS codes) :

91.080.40 : Concrete structures


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