This Post Construction Report provides an overview of the selection of a chemical sealer and its use as a method of protecting the girders and piles of the Naselle River Bridge from the intrusion of chloride ions. The structure treated is located in a marine environment. Chem-Trete Silane sealer was used for this structure and applied as specified by the manufacturer. After 1 1/2 years exposure to a salt environment no deterioration of the concrete has been detected. Monitoring of the structure will continue under Washington State Department of Transportation's Bridge Inspection program
January 26, 2008
Carl A. Toney.
Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation.
- # of Pages: 14 p., 432 KB (PDF)
- Subject: Chlorides, Concrete bridges, Corrosion resistant materials, Environment, Girders, Measures of effectiveness, Oceans, Permeability, Piles (Supports), Precast concrete, Seal coating, Sealing compounds.
- Keywords: Sealer, seal coat waterproofing, concrete sealer, Naselle River Bridge 101/24.
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