Effects of Temperature Cycling on Selected Conductive Flooring.
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING RESEARCH LAB (ARMY) CHAMPAIGN ILL
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This report presents the findings of tests performed to determine the effects of temperature cycling on selected conductive flooring materials bonded to concrete slab substrates. Four specimens of each of two conductive flooring materials-Coroline 510 and Ceilcrete 2500B, both products of the Ceilcote Company-were conditioned to temperatures of -10F -23.3 C and 76.4 F 24.7 C. Measurements were made to determine the coefficient of expansion of each of the flooring materials and of the concrete to which they were bonded. The results of the tests indicate that the Coroline 510 is satisfactorily bonded to the concrete within the temperature range indicated, while Ceilcrete 2500B is likely to become unbonded under the same conditions. Author
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