Project Info

Toronto Pearson Airport - Terminal 3 Airside

Areas Repaired Concrete surface on Airside
Repair Types All cracks were cut with a ΒΌ inch saw. This ensures removal of all debris in the crack.
Cracks were filled with a clear mixture of Polyforce Plus. The material is liquid and can simply be poured into the crack.
Issues Concrete surface on Airside

Project Description

Concrete Surface Repair

All surfaces were cleaned of debris.

A prime layer of clear Polyforce Plus was applied to coat all repaired surfaces. This layer provides a strong bond layer to all repairs to follow.
A mix of Polyforce Plus and Sand was filled into the cut out basin and left to cure for 5 hours.

Polyforce Plus has self leveling qualities and 99% of dry volume. This means that all finishing can be done while Polyforce Plus is still curing. No other shaving or finish work needs to happen after Polyforce Plus is cured.

Crack Repair

All cracks were cut with a ¼ inch saw. This ensures removal of all debris in the crack.
Cracks were filled with a clear mixture of Polyforce Plus. The material is liquid and can simply be poured into the crack.

Technical Details

Facts:

According to third party testing, the repaired surfaces are rated to:

Polyforce Plus

  • 25 years of useful life
  • 0% water permeation
  • Polyforce Plus is rated to expand and contract with concrete
  • The entire surface and volume of the slab is "monolithic"
  • Compressive strength of 85 MPa
  • Polyforce Plus mixed with Basalt reaches a compressive strength of 150 MPa
  • Adhesive strength of 1.85 MPa (original concrete has only 1.2 MPa of a tensile strength, so the bond is stronger than the concrete itself)
  • Repair is 60% cost of a traditional repair
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About Us

Polyforce International Inc.

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Toronto, Ontario, M8Z 2G9
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