Pocket Handbook-DUCTILCRETE®

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System Information

CS100 

  • Dual layer, wet-on-wet system
  • Topping slab must be a minimum 3”, although there are tolerances for overall slab thickness
  • Separate specification for CS100
  • Saw cuts at column lines only

HB100 

  • Minimum 3” topping slab over pre-poured working slab of no less than 3”
  • Separate specification for HB100
  • Saw cuts at column lines only

CP100 

  • Paving system
  • Saw cuts range from 10’ to 18’, maximum spacing depending on project location
  • Separate specification for CP100

 

Temperature Requirements

Air Temperature Minimum concrete temperature as placed and maintained
55°F (13°C)
Minimum concrete temperature as mixed for indicated air temperature
Above 30°F 60° (16°C)
0 to 30°F (-18 to -1°C) 65°F (18°C)
Below 0°F (-18°C) 70°F (21°C)
  Maximum allowable gradual temperature drop in first 24 hours after end of protection
50°F (28°C)
 
Air Temperature Maximum placement temperature
75°F (24°C)
Maximum concrete temperature as mixed for indicated air temperature
Above 30°F 75°F (25°C)
0 to 30°F (-18 to -1°C) 80°F (27°C)
Below 0°F (-18°C) 85°F (30°C)

 

Saw Cuts

  • Should be a minimum of T / 3 minus ¼” deep, maximum of 3” deep
    • T is the nominal slab thickness in inches
  • Plunge cuts should be made in the last 18” at both ends of each saw cut
    • Immediately after initial sawing
    • Minimum depth of 5”

Joint Maintenance

  • Essential to maintain Ductilcrete five year warranty for joint spalling
    • Refer to product specs
    • Must be maintained in accordance with joint filler manufacturer’s instructions 
    • Typically not the responsibility of Ductilcrete or the Licensee 

Pour Strip Information

  • Typically poured full depth with fibers and RSC admixture 
    • Project costing is always done with full depth as assumption
    • This choice is at Licensee discretion
  • May be poured as dual coarse with fibers in top pour

Plumbing Trenches / Other Infills

  • Do not have to re-poured with Ductilcrete
    • Does not have to be placed by Ductilcrete Licensee if Ductilcrete isn’t used

Warranty Information

  • Properly installed Ductilcrete offers a five year warranty
    • Includes spalling at properly filled and maintained joints
    • Spalling is not warranted on improperly maintained or improperly filled joints
    • Cracking
    • Curling
    • Ff/Fl
    • 90% of overall specified values

Batching Doses

DC05 Fibers     RSC 50 /51 Additive
Batch size per yd Ductilcrete DC05 Fiber (bags) Pounds of fiber per yd3   Batch size per yd Ductilcrete RSC - 50/51 (ounces)
1 1 4.00 Balance  only 1 21
2 2 4.00 2 42
3 3 4.00 3 63
3.5 4 4.57 3.5 74
4 4 4.00 4 84
4.5 5 4.44   4.5 95
5 5 4.00   5 105
5.5 6 4.36   5.5 116
6 6 4.00   6 126
6.5 7 4.31   6.5 137
7 7 4.00   7 147
7.5 8 4.27   7.5 158
8 8 4.00   8 168
8.5 9 4.24   8.5 179
9 9 4.00   9 189
9.5 10 4.21   9.5 200
10 10 4.00   10 210
10.5 11 4.19   10.5 221
11 11 4.00   11 231

Heidebed (HB 100)

Anchor Bolt Installation

  • Rack leg anchor bolts should not be installed on any Heidebed® (HB100) slab system that is less than seven (7) days old
  • For slabs placed between seven (7) and sixty (60) days, rack leg anchors and bolts should not exceed 2.5” in length
  • After sixty (60) days, the rack leg anchors and bolts can be those normally employed by the rack supplier  
  • Please reference Technical Letter TL-1001 regarding anchor bolt installation in slabs with Heidebed® Technology for further details

 

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Last Updated: 2020-09-02

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