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US TEST PROJECT CONDUCTED BY RCS ON BRIDGE PYLONS

 EXPOSED TO TIDAL EFFECTS OF SEA-WATER

Introduction

Pylons Exposed to the Tidal Effects of Sea Water

The Test Project:

Pylons - Supporting a Bridge, Spanning a Tidal Channel in the Southern U.S.

Pylon Description

Preparation for the Test Project






US TEST PROJECT CONDUCTED BY RCS ON BRIDGE PYLONS

 EXPOSED TO TIDAL EFFECTS OF SEA-WATER

In 2008 RCS was contacted to conduct a test project in the Southern United State to prove the amazing capabilities of the CN2000® series of waterproof materials on Bridge Pylons exposed to tidal effects of sea-water.

Chlorides are the "crime culprit" that causes corrosion damage to millions of bridges around the world, and cause major economic losses in all countries worldwide.

While chloride corrosion to the steel rebar is the main form of concrete structural damage, studying the mechanism of deterioration shows that waterproofing and anticorrosive treatments must be carried out on bridge structures to extend their service life.