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Concrete bridge decks do not need expansion joints

Concrete bridge decks do not need expansion joints

Expansion Joint

Bridge expansion joint (C) Willie Duffin

Maurer Söhne - forces in motion - Swivel-Joist Expansion Joints

Maurer Söhne - forces in motion - Swivel-Joist Expansion Joints

Resultado de imagen de FLOORING JOINTS

Resultado de imagen de FLOORING JOINTS

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Bridge Bearings, Expansion Joints and Building Products

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Floor Expansion Joint

The flooring (cork) needs an expansion joint when set in large rooms and we were asked to make iron trim and joinery to allow the cork to move without…

Floor Expansion Joint

The flooring (cork) needs an expansion joint when set in large rooms and we were asked to make iron trim and joinery to allow the cork to move without…

Expansion joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Expansion joint - Allow entire sections of a concrete structure to move independently. Waterproof, weathertight & filled with elastic joint filler. Extend from footings to top.

Paving Process: rebar & dowels at a cold joint (expansion joint)

Paving Process: rebar & dowels at a cold joint (expansion joint)

YMCA - Expansion Joint Cover

Jointmaster® expansion joints and architectural systems provide solid protection while still offering uncompromised aesthetic appeal - Learn more and request a quote today.

Screed joint

Screed Expansion Joint (Bay Joints)_Minimize Cracks throughout the screed

Washington Crossing Bridge, Washington's Crossing, NJ. This double-intersection Warren through-truss bridge was built in 1904 by the Taylorsville Delaware Bridge Company. The bridge is currently owned and operated by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Washington Crossing Bridge, Washington's Crossing, NJ. This double-intersection Warren through-truss bridge was built in 1904 by the Taylorsville Delaware Bridge Company. The bridge is currently owned and operated by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Expansion joints...you can feel the bridge moving!!

you can feel the bridge moving!

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