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Breaker Specifications Antigo Construction Inc.

Crack asphalt pavement or asphalt over concrete for easier ripping, smaller pieces and more efficient removal. MHB / MHBT Badger Breaker® Rubblize 8- to 10-inch (200 mm to 250 mm) thick pavement up to 13-feet (4.0 m) wide per pass for an average of 1 lane mile (1.5 kms) per MHB 10-hour shift.

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specificiation of concrete pavement breaker

specificiation of concrete pavement breaker Breaker Specifications Antigo Construction Inc. Production rate of 400 sq. yds. (350 m2) per hour per breaker when pulverizing 10-inch (250 mm) thick continuously reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP) to the point where the rebar is c

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INDEX FOR SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONCRETE PAVEMENT

The Contractor shall supply and install anchoring grout capsules wherever existing concrete pavement or new concrete pavement must be drilled for the installation of load transfer dowels, deformed dowels, or deformed tie bars. The Contractor shall supply grout anchoring capsules in accordance with the Department’s Approved Products List.

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Chapter 4: Construction Details, Section 40: Concrete Pavement

Refer to Section 36-2, “Base Bond Breaker,” of the Standard Specifications and Section 4-36, “Surfacing and Pavements—General,” of this manual for additional information on base bond breakers. These materials may also be helpful for determining pavement thicknesses when examining pavement

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SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3123 Rubblizing Concrete Pavement

2004 Specifications CSJ 0315-12-008, etc. SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3123 Rubblizing Concrete Pavement 1. Description. Rubblize and compact concrete pavement. 2. Materials. Furnish materials of uniform quality that meet the requirements of the plans and specifications. Notify the Engineer of the proposed material sources and of changes to material ...

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Breaker Specifications Antigo Construction Inc.

Crack asphalt pavement or asphalt over concrete for easier ripping, smaller pieces and more efficient removal. MHB / MHBT Badger Breaker® Rubblize 8- to 10-inch (200 mm to 250 mm) thick pavement up to 13-feet (4.0 m) wide per pass for an average of 1 lane mile (1.5 kms) per MHB 10-hour shift.

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specificiation of concrete pavement breaker

specificiation of concrete pavement breaker Breaker Specifications Antigo Construction Inc. Production rate of 400 sq. yds. (350 m2) per hour per breaker when pulverizing 10-inch (250 mm) thick continuously reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP) to the point where the rebar is c

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Pavement Breakers Arrow Master Specifications Machine.Market

(Roadway Paving Equipment-Concrete, Asphalt : Pavement Breakers) Some machine innovations enjoy instant success and bring great financial rewards for their inventors. Others are ahead of their time and rapidly fade from the scene through lack of promotion or the unwillingness of customers to change traditional habits.

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Chapter 4: Construction Details, Section 40: Concrete Pavement

Refer to Section 36-2, “Base Bond Breaker,” of the Standard Specifications and Section 4-36, “Surfacing and Pavements—General,” of this manual for additional information on base bond breakers. These materials may also be helpful for determining pavement thicknesses when examining pavement

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Paving Breaker TOKU

Toku paving breakers are used in road construction and building foundation work site and used to break high-strength concrete. High Durability Long Life; Alloy steel forged parts provide maximum durability. Original front head design for high durability.

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SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3123 Rubblizing Concrete Pavement

2004 Specifications CSJ 0315-12-008, etc. SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3123 Rubblizing Concrete Pavement 1. Description. Rubblize and compact concrete pavement. 2. Materials. Furnish materials of uniform quality that meet the requirements of the plans and specifications. Notify the Engineer of the proposed material sources and of changes to material ...

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21 Spec - 416 Concrete Pavement - Appurtenant

- Place concrete in replacement areas conforming to 416.3.8.3 except disregard the same-day requirements for completion of curing and opening to traffic. 416.3.8 Special High Early Strength Concrete Pavement Repair and Replacement 416.3.8.1 General (1) Repair concrete pavement at the locations the plans show or where the engineer directs ...

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Break Seat - Concrete Pavement Construction Rubblizing ...

Mar 13, 2015  Break Seat. The purpose of break seat of jointed reinforced concrete pavement (JRCP) prior to overlaying it is to minimize the occurrence and severity of reflection cracks in the overlay caused by slab action by breaking the concrete slabs

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Concrete Breaking/Rubblization - Specialties Company, LLC

Thumper is Specialties’ concrete pavement breaking mascot. We can deploy our concrete breaking and rubblization technology and expertise anywhere in the world to thump apart and remove pavement. Breaking for Removal: We support customers’ needs by providing guillotine concrete breaker equipment in various sizes suited to their job requirements.

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Chapter 4: Construction Details, Section 36: Surfacing and ...

Section 36 Surfacing and Pavements—General 4-3601 General. Section 36, “General,” of the Standard Specifications includes general requirements for sections within Division V “Surfacings and Pavements” of the Standard Specifications.. This section provides general guidelines for preconstruction meetings and pavement smoothness.

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CONCRETE PAVEMENT SPECIFIERS GUIDELINES M EDITION

Concrete Pavement Specifiers Guidelines 3 MESSAGE TO SPECIFIER This “Concrete Pavement Specifiers Guidelines” document is intended solely for use by professional personnel who are competent to evaluate the significance and limitations of the information provided in this document,

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Concrete Paving Selections

TxDOT Specification – Allows 100 % coarse RCA – Waives soundness requirement ... Concrete pavements designed and constructed with predicted traffic – Some sections are insufficient for today’s traffic demand – Insufficient thickness has often resulted in pavement distresses ... CRCP system with CTB and bond breaker . 30 . Footer Text .

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Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP) - ACPA Wiki

Continuously reinforced concrete pavements (CRCP) is a type of concrete pavement that does not require any transverse contraction joints. Transverse cracks are expected in the slab, usually at intervals of 1.5 - 6 ft (0.5 - 1.8 m). CRCP is designed with enough embedded reinforcing steel (approximately 0.6-0.7% by cross-sectional area) so that ...

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415 Concrete Pavement

415.2.5 Concrete Pavement Gaps (1) Use concrete of the same mix design used for the contiguous pavement. If the engineer allows paving through the gap, use a concrete mix design that will develop 2500 psi opening strength in an engineer-approved maximum time. 415.2.6 Joint Filler

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MODEL 117 PAVING BREAKER - APT

PAVING BREAKER . PART # 5199 (7/8" HEX x 3-1/4") PART # 5200 (1" HEX x 4-1/4") This 30 lb class Paving Breaker is an ideal tool for light to medium demolition work as well as for use in confined areas. This lightweight tool can break up concrete floors, or can be used in any other type of general demolition work. SPECIFICATIONS . Part # 5199 5200

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GEOTEXTILE BOND BREAKER INTERLAYER FOR CONCRETE

Aug 19, 2019  GEOTEXTILE BOND BREAKER INTERLAYER FOR CONCRETE OVERLAY . 1. DESCRIPTION. Install a geotextile fabric bond breaker interlayer on an existing concrete pavement in accordance with the standard specifications, the plans, and as described below: 2. MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS. The geotextile interlayer material shall comply with the

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S-1 (2105) GEOTEXTILE FABRIC BOND BREAKER INTERLAYER

pavement thickness will meet minimum design requirements. (10) Slightly dampen, but not saturate, the fabric, prior to concrete placement. (B) Maintenance . Maintain the geotextile fabric bond breaker layer during and after placement throughout its entire length until placement of the concrete overlay. During this maintenance period, correct any

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415 Concrete Pavement

415.2.5 Concrete Pavement Gaps (1) Use concrete of the same mix design used for the contiguous pavement. If the engineer allows paving through the gap, use a concrete mix design that will develop 2500 psi opening strength in an engineer-approved maximum time. 415.2.6 Joint Filler

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Chapter 4: Construction Details, Section 36: Surfacing and ...

Section 36 Surfacing and Pavements—General 4-3601 General. Section 36, “General,” of the Standard Specifications includes general requirements for sections within Division V “Surfacings and Pavements” of the Standard Specifications.. This section provides general guidelines for preconstruction meetings and pavement smoothness.

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SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3123 Rubblizing Concrete Pavement

2004 Specifications CSJ 0315-12-008, etc. SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3123 Rubblizing Concrete Pavement 1. Description. Rubblize and compact concrete pavement. 2. Materials. Furnish materials of uniform quality that meet the requirements of the plans and specifications. Notify the Engineer of the proposed material sources and of changes to material ...

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Badger Breaker

The 8600 Badger Breaker® was the first 8-foot (2.4m) wide guillotine-style concrete breaker. It was soon followed by a truck-mounted version, the T8600 Badger Breaker®. These two models are very effective for performing crack/break seat of concrete pavements prior to overlaying with asphalt and for breaking for removal concrete pavements

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ENGINEERING BRIEF NO

guidance and specifications for rubblization of existing Portland cement concrete pavements. This process has been employed in the pavement industry for many years with a recent initiative to expand into airfield applications. The in-place recycling process reduces the existing concrete pavement to a material comparable to an aggregate base course.

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STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Specifications for Concrete Structures in Japanese since 1931. The English versions were published twice in 1987 and 2005 when the limit state design and the performance-based concept were introduced in the 1986 and 2002 editions of Standard Specifications for Concrete Structures (JSCE-SSCS) for the first time, respectively.

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Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP) - ACPA Wiki

Continuously reinforced concrete pavements (CRCP) is a type of concrete pavement that does not require any transverse contraction joints. Transverse cracks are expected in the slab, usually at intervals of 1.5 - 6 ft (0.5 - 1.8 m). CRCP is designed with enough embedded reinforcing steel (approximately 0.6-0.7% by cross-sectional area) so that ...

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(PDF) Comparison of Specifications for Recycled Concrete ...

This paper reviews existing specifications, specifically for the application of crushed concrete or recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) as pavement material for unbound subbases and basecourses.

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RUBBLIZATION OF PCC USING A RESONANT BREAKER

Recommended State Specification • High Frequency Low Amplitude Resonant Breaker • Resonant Breaker shall apply 900 kg. of pressure per strike at 44 Hz • Removal of any Existing Asphalt Overlay • Majority of Particle Size of Less than 15 cm. • Maximum Particle Size of 20 cm. • 10 Ton High Frequency - Low Amplitude Vibratory Roller •3 Passes with Maximum Speed of 2 m. per Second

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Pavement Manual: Rigid Pavement Design Process for CRCP

A bond breaker should always be used between concrete pavement and cement treated base. There have been several instances across Texas where excessive cracking and premature failures occurred when a concrete slab was placed directly on cement

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INDEX FOR SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONCRETE PAVEMENT

SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONCRETE PAVEMENT 830. 1 SCOPE These specifications govern all operations necessary for and pertaining to the construction of an air-entrained Portland Cement Concrete Pavement. 1.1 Pre-Construction Meeting The Contractor and his Superintendent shall attend a pre-construction meeting with the Regional

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