EUPAVE Best Practice - Joints in concrete safety barriers

EUPAVE Best Practice - Joints in concrete safety barriers

Wednesday, 24. February 2016

On 17 February 2016, the European Concrete Paving Association (EUPAVE) held the second workshop in the series of "Best Practices in Concrete Pavements” in Brussels. This time, the subject was "Joints in Concrete Pavements”.

In this context, Thomas Edl presented the role of joints in concrete safety barriers to the expert audience.

A well-known weakness of the out-dated but still applied in-situ concrete technology is the safety performance of the barriers, exactly at those positions where construction joints are inevitable and its importance undervalued by daily routines of installation:

Focusing on safety performance and passenger protection, DELTABLOC® developed couplings for seamless and safe strand connections. The new EP 80 series comes with reliable breakthrough protection even at these weak points:

EN 1317 crash-tested construction joints for maximum safety!

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  • EPF epoxy croated and filled steel strands for ultimate durability
  • Crash-tested with crack inducer joints AND strand connections
  • Tested system transitions for all applications

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