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1/2" x 3" x 5' Fiber Expansion Board (priced per foot)

Mfg#: 199EB123005
Product#: 199EB123005
$0.35
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Description


Fibre Expansion Joint is composed of cellular fibers securely bonded together and uniformly saturated with asphalt to assure longevity. Wherever a cost-effective joint filler is required, Fibre Expansion Joint meets the need. It is versatile, resilient, flexible and non-extruding. When compressed to half of its original thickness, it will recover to a minimum of 70% of its original thickness and will not deform, twist, or break with normal on-the-job handling.


Features


  • Non-extruding offers a minimum 70% recovery after compression
  • Provides the ideal product for the majority of all expansion/contraction joint requirements
  • Should be installed 1/2 in below concrete surface and sealed with a suitable sealant such as 3405 hot applied joint sealant or compatible caulk is positioned against concrete forms, at interrupting objects or columns and against abutting structures prior to the installation of concrete
  • Easy to cut easy to use
  • Provides neat, finished joint appearance while requiring no trimming
  • Asphalt-saturated fiber expansion board
  • This versatile product has many uses mainly used as expansion joint material between slabs comes 10 pieces to a bundle
  • A tough yet lightweight, easy-to-use, semi-rigid and pliable joint filler fabricated to your needs

Specifications


  • Type: Multi-Purpose
  • Recovery: 70%
  • Standards: ASTM D1751
  • Water Absorption: 5 - 8%
  • Density: 19 - 21 lb/cu-ft
  • Compression Strength: 85 - 445 psi
  • Slab Width: 3 ft
  • Thickness: .5 in
  • Length: 5 ft
  • Special Features: Sold/Foot
  • Usage: For Highways, Streets, Airport Runways, Sidewalks, Driveways, Flatwork, and Scores of Commercial and Industrial Applications Subject to Pedestrian and Vehicular Traffic