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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 completely free of the pavement and ready to be lifted out prior to pavement removal

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  • Jackhammers & Paving Breakers: Pneumatic/Air, Hydraulic
    Jackhammers & Paving Breakers: Pneumatic/Air, Hydraulic

    Jackhammers / Paving Breakers Choosing a Paving Breaker (Jackhammer) Paving Breakers are T handled tools made to run vertically and break up rock and concrete or cut asphalt. Unlike the smaller tools which differentiate their power based on the bore and stroke of the tool – breakers are sold by the weight class

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  • S-1 (2105) GEOTEXTILE FABRIC BOND BREAKER
    S-1 (2105) GEOTEXTILE FABRIC BOND BREAKER

    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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  • Bases and Subbases for Concrete Pavement
    Bases and Subbases for Concrete Pavement

    concrete or asphalt paving equipment that can achieve a smooth surface. As such, the use of stabilized bases under a concrete pavement can contribute to achieving a high level of smoothness for concrete pavements. Figure 6 shows an example of an asphalt-treated base, and Figure 7 shows a cement-treated open-graded drainage layer

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  • Concrete Breaking/Rubblization - Specialties Company, LLC
    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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  • Facilities Development Manual Wisconsin Department of
    Facilities Development Manual Wisconsin Department of

    Specifications) are for patching existing concrete pavement that will be overlaid with new pavement. The work for Base Patching include 1) pavement removal, including removal of any asphaltic overlays and 2) replacement of the removed pavement with either concrete or asphaltic pavement. The standard Base Patching items are:

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  • Badger Breaker
    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 of

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  • REVIEW OF NEW SPECIFICATION OR SPECIFICATION
    REVIEW OF NEW SPECIFICATION OR SPECIFICATION

    Feb 03, 2017 REVIEW OF NEW SPECIFICATION OR SPECIFICATION CHANGE . 105-109. Specification Section No.: 105 Item: Conformity to the Contract off Portland Cement Concrete Pavement and Dowel Bars and Tie Bars for Joints Originating Office: Materials and Geotechnical By: Prieve Date Sent For Review: February 3, 2017 Date Comments Due: March 3, 2017

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  • GEOTEXTILE BOND BREAKER INTERLAYER FOR
    GEOTEXTILE BOND BREAKER INTERLAYER FOR

    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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  • 502 - PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT
    502 - PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT

    502 - PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT (NON-QC/QA) 500-23 SECTION 502 PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT (NON-QC/QA) Note: PCCP is considered NON-QC/QA when the bid item Quality Control Testing is not included in the contract. 502.1 DESCRIPTION Construct portland cement concrete pavement (PCCP) on a prepared

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  • Division 32 – Exterior Improvements
    Division 32 – Exterior Improvements

    D521 - Asphalt Pavement Trench Repair - Residential Streets 12/20/2012 . 32 01 18 . Temporary Asphalt Paving Repair : 12/20/2012 . 32 01 29 : Concrete Paving Repair . Edit document to meet project requirements. 06/19/2019 : D020 – Partial Panel Concrete Replacement 06/20/2019 . D521 - Trench Repair – Reinforced Concrete Pavement s 12/20

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  • Dowel and Tie Bars in Concrete Pavement Joints:
    Dowel and Tie Bars in Concrete Pavement Joints:

    Practices for Concrete Pavements Nontied joint Max Stress = 2051 kPa Tied joint Max Stress = 1603 kPa Principal Stresses at the Slab Bottom X-direction n Stresses in Y-direction 293 269 245 222 198 174 151 127 103 80 56 33 9-15 X-direction n Stresses in Y-direction 229 210 192 174 155 137 118 100 81 63 44 26 7-11

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  • MHBT Badger Breaker® - Antigo Construction
    MHBT Badger Breaker® - Antigo Construction

    MHBT Badger Breaker . The MHBT Badger Breaker is a truck-mounted, multi-head concrete pavement breaker which carries 1,000 to 1,700 pound hammers mounted laterally in pairs with half the hammers in a forward row and the remainder diagonally offu001fset in a rear row so that there is continuous breakage from side to side. Each pair of hammers

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  • 350 Rubblizing Concrete Pavement
    350 Rubblizing Concrete Pavement

    sensitive utilities to avoid damage. The rubblizing specification also allows the contractor to remove the pavement over or around utilities and backfill with aggregate. 350.5 Rubblizing Equipment The rubblizing specification requires using a self-contained, self-propelled breaker to break the concrete

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  • SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3123 Rubblizing Concrete
    SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3123 Rubblizing Concrete

    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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  • SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3292 Wide Flange Pavement
    SPECIAL SPECIFICATION 3292 Wide Flange Pavement

    the concrete pavement layer shall be cleaned to the satisfaction of the Engineer prior to placing the concrete pavement and/or the bond breaker material. 4. Measurement. This Item will be measured by the linear foot, complete in place. This is a plan quantity measurement Item and the quantities to be paid for will be those quantities

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  • PAVEMENT BREAKING - Impact Roller Tech
    PAVEMENT BREAKING - Impact Roller Tech

    High production. pavement breaking. 2 blows per second at 7 mph. Break 10-inch thick concrete. into 18-inch pieces at up to. 3,520 sq. yd./ hr. As a concrete pavement breaker, the Impactor leaves material sized right for recycle crushing or for fill material. This innovative roller is a good addition to our equipment inventory and I commend

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  • Evaluating Performance of Concrete Overlays for
    Evaluating Performance of Concrete Overlays for

    The concrete overlay essentially performs as a new pavement and is designed as such. MoDOT’s UBOL projects are typically 8 in thick and include either a hot-mix asphalt (HMA) or geotextile interlayer, with a panel size of 15 ft long and 12 to 14 ft wide. Underlying pavements include HMA, concrete, and composite (asphalt over concrete) pavements

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  • IGGA Guide Specification: Dowel Bar Retrofit (DBR
    IGGA Guide Specification: Dowel Bar Retrofit (DBR

    CONCRETE REMOVAL-- Jackhammers used to remove concrete remaining between the saw cuts shall not be larger than 30 pounds. If the concrete removal operations cause damage to the pavement that is to remain, the concrete removal operation shall be discontinued and shall not resume until the contractor has taken corrective measures

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  • 02610 - Pavement Restoration
    02610 - Pavement Restoration

    ADA ramps, driveways, and sidewalks. Pavement restoration will be at least equal to the type of pavement which existed before the Work began and as required by Local, State or Federal regulations or as directed by Owner. 1.02. RELATED WORK A. Specification Section 03300 – Cast-in-Place Concrete 1.03. REFERENCES Refer to current standards:

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  • INDEX FOR SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONCRETE
    INDEX FOR SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONCRETE

    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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  • 137 RUBBLIZING WITH BITUMINOUS CONCRETE
    137 RUBBLIZING WITH BITUMINOUS CONCRETE

    Two types of pavement breakers have been used for rubblizing concrete pavement. They are the resonant frequency breaker and the multi-head breaker (MHB). Resonant Frequency Breaker The resonant frequency breaker (see Figure 2) is a self-propelled unit that utilizes high

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  • Paving with the new P-501 Specification - ConcreteState
    Paving with the new P-501 Specification - ConcreteState

    and paving equipment will be permitted on the new pavement after the pavement has been cured for seven (7) days, the joints are protected, the concrete has attained a minimum field cured flexural strength of 450 psi (3100 kPa), and the slab edge is protected. All new and existing pavement carrying construction traffic or equipment shall be kept

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  • Pavement Plans and Specifications | Caltrans
    Pavement Plans and Specifications | Caltrans

    Pavement Standard Plans and Specifications are the documents that implement the standards, policies, and best practices for pavements on California highways. They contain the standard requirements for bidding, constructing, and administering Caltrans contracts. Specifications include the Standard Specifications, Revised Standard Specifications

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  • CONCRETE PAVEMENT GUIDE - California
    CONCRETE PAVEMENT GUIDE - California

    The Concrete Pavement Guide (CPG) provides a comprehensive overview of current new construction-reconstruction, preservation, and rehabilitation strategies used by the Department for concrete pavement. The information in this guide applies to all concrete pavement and composite pavement that was not previously cracked and seated

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  • ENGINEERING BRIEF NO
    ENGINEERING BRIEF NO

    resonant breaker equipment indicates that the rubblized layer may be essentially impermeable with the exception of a permeable zone at the top of the rubblized layer. Properly drained, the rubblized concrete should perform satisfactorily over typical stabilized subbase materials. Rubblized layers are not to be considered as stabilized base materials

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  • Concrete Pavement Construction & Rubblizing
    Concrete Pavement Construction & Rubblizing

    The Antigo Construction Family of Companies. Antigo is a full-service concrete pavement breaking specialist equipped to provide concrete pavement rubblization, crack/break & seat, and break for removal services throughout the United States and internationally. Antigo operates Badger Breakers which are manufactured by Badger State Highway Equipment, Inc

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  • 502 - PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE
    502 - PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE

    502 - PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT (NON-QC/QA) 500-25 Thoroughly coat each dowel with hard grease or other approved bond breaker as shown in the Contract Documents. The bond breaker coating shall not exceed 15 mils 5 mils in thickness when averaged over 3 points measured at the points on the bar at 90 intervals around the bar

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