Waterstops for Joints where High Movement and/or High Hydrostatic Head of Water is Anticipated.
dura.®joint rubber waterstops are produced in straight lengths and factory moulded intersections from natural rubber to give a product that has a very long life span whilst remaining flexible to accommodate high movements.
- In joints where the expected movement exceeds 10 mm.
- As a grout check in concrete, double curvature, arch dams.
- In areas where the head of water exceeds 10 m.
- Natural product that has a long life span.
- Rubber product that has a ‘memory’ – will return to its natural profile after long periods of extension or deflection and/or rapid repeated movement.
- Can withstand a 50 m head of water.
- Available in a range of profiles.
- Center bulb profiles for expansion joints.
- Dumbell profiles for contraction joints with no shear movement.
See table for dimensions.
dura.®joint rubber waterstop with correctly welded intersections are positioned as per the engineer’s drawing and mechanically fixed in place to shutters and reinforcing to prevent movement when casting concrete. The waterstops are encapsulated by the concrete and to ensure effectiveness of the waterstop it is important that the fresh concrete be thoroughly vibrated to release any air.
See Methodology: Cold Bonding Rubber.
dura.®joint rubber center bulb waterstop
High performance waterstops for expansion joints.
The waterstop will be dura.®joint rubber center bulb waterstop, an extruded high-grade rubber applied in accordance with the recommendations of a.b.e.® Construction Chemicals Limited. The rubber waterstop will have a tensile strength of not less than 20 MPa and elongation at break of not less than 500%. The rubber waterstop will comply with CKS 388 of 1973.
dura.®joint rubber dumbell waterstop
High performance waterstops for contraction joints with no shear movement.
The waterstop will be dura.®joint rubber dumbell waterstop, an extruded high-grade rubber applied in accordance with the recommendations of a.b.e.® Construction Chemicals Limited. The rubber waterstop will have a tensile strength of not less than 20 MPa and elongation at break of not less than 500%. The rubber waterstop will comply with CKS 388 of 1973.
Should be stored protected from extreme weather conditions.
Health & Safety
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Where other products are to be used in conjunction with this material, the relevant technical data sheets should be consulted to determine total requirements. a.b.e.® Construction Chemicals has a wealth of technical and practical experience built up over years in the company’s pursuit of excellence in building and construction technology.