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Concrete Expansion Joints

Concrete expansion joints are primarily utilised to compensate for expansion and shrinkage in concrete due to temperature changes and other factors.

After concrete is poured and moulded into shape it will harden and set which naturally causes a reduction in volume. Steel reinforcement (within the concrete itself), Granular fill, and adjoining structures can restrain the shrinkage and can lead to tensile stress within the concrete area. Tensile stress can cause the weakest area of the concrete material to crack and that is where expansion joints can assist.

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Ableflex Expansion Joints

Ableflex Expansion Joints

If you are looking for a gap filler than Ableflex Expansion Joints are what you need. They are both lightweight and flexible and can be used around curved objects.

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Jointex Expansion Joints

Jointex Expansion Joints

Used to seal movement in joins between slabs and other elements. Because they are manufactured from Bitumen, they can be shaped as needed.

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Connolly Key Jointing

Connolly Key Expansion Joints

Sturdy and rigid by design and used to deliver straight, clean lines. A patented Connolly peg and wedge is utilised to make installs as quick and easy as possible with the added benefit of exact height adjustment.

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Used as an alternative to saw cuts in order to induce a full depth crack into concrete. Easy to use, just install a Crack-A-Joint into the wet concrete where you need the joint line.

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