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AD-01 Supplementary Cementitious Materials
AD-02 Cold Weather Concrete Practices
AD-03 Hot Weather Concrete Practices
AD-04 Set Retarding Admixtures
AD-05 Shrinkage Control Additives
CP-01 Chemical Grouts Hydrophobic vs Hydrophilic
CP-02 Chemical Resistance of Cured Eucolastic Sealants
CP-03 Coating Defects Caused by Concrete Outgassing
CP-04 Cold Temperature Installation of Joint Fillers
CP-05 Concrete Sealer Temperature Installation of Joint Fillers
CP-06 Concrete Sealer Troubleshooting
CP-07 Eucolastic Sealants Paintability
CP-08 Eucolastic Sealants Maintenance Instructions
CP-09 Eucolastic Sealants ASTM C 920 Cold Weather Installation Recommendations
CP-10 Eucolastic Sealants ASTM C 920
CP-11 Exterior Use of Dry Shake Hardeners
CP-12 Installation of Eucolastic 1SL on Green Concrete
CP-13 Joint Filler Bubbling
CP-14 Joint Filler Elongation Separation and Repair
CP-15 Latex Bonding Agents
CP-16 Maintenance of a Diamond Hard Treated Floor
CP-17 Maintenance of Euclid Chemical Epoxy and Urethane Floor Coating System
CP-18 Sealants VS Joint Fillers
CP-19 Silane and Siloxane Water Repellents for Concrete and Masonry
CP-20 Silicates, Siliconates, and Fluorosilicates Explained
CP-21 Solvent Based Sealer Technical Tip
CP-22 Tire Marking Pickup of Concrete Sealers
CP-23 Using Epoxy Coatings in Cold Weather
FC-01 Difference Between Micro and Macro Fibers
FC-04 FAQ's on Slump, Air Content and Compressive Strength when using TUF-STRAND SF
FC-05 FAQ's on Steel Fibers vs. Synthetic Fibers
FC-06 FAQ's on Fiber Types and Mixing Problems
FC-08 FAQ's on Technical Issues when using Fibers
FC-09 FAQ's on Secondary Reinforcement and Composite Steel Deck Systems
FC-10 FAQ's on Pumping and Finishing Fiber Reinforced Concrete
FC-11 Performance-Based Specifications for Fiber Reinforced Concrete
FC-12 Recommended Practices for Addition of TUF-STRAND SF to Ready-Mixed Concrete