nonshrink

nonshrink

(ˌnɒnˈʃrɪŋk)
adj
(Building) (of construction materials, such as cement or grout) not liable to contract
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nonshrink

[ˈnɒnˈʃrɪŋk] adj (Brit) → irrestringibile
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Louis District is seeking bids from qualified organizations to provide Fiber-Form Pile Jackets, nonshrink grout, screws and epoxy to install jackets.
The designs include partial-and hill-depth connections constructed with either conventional nonshrink grout or ultra-high performance concrete (IJHPC).
After removing the concrete, repair of the damaged part is carried out using a cementitious material such as an ultrarapid hardening nonshrink polymer cement mortar or ultrarapid hardening concrete.
When the doors are shut and the unhappy couple is out of earshot, you look at your spouse and say, "Can you believe ...?" If, as the two of you dissect the disaster that tried to pass itself off as a dinner conversation, you find yourselves using plural pronouns, complimenting ("I was so glad when you shifted to talking about baseball!") and reinforcing one another, you just have juxtaposed negative and positive oral history in nonshrink style.
See: Cleaning solutions; Concrete & mortar; repair polymer; Crack repair materials, other; Expansive grout (nonshrink); Grout, cementitious; Grout, other; Grout, polymer (solvent-free); Joint sealants; Joint sealants, mastic; Joint sealants, other; Pipe gaskets/sealants; Polymer (solvent-free) concrete; Specialty cements; Waterproofing & dampproofing materials; Waterstops
Treflite epoxy floor refinisher is nonshrink and bonds to virtually any surface--concrete, wood, steel, glass, ceramic and aluminum.
* Here's a quick and inexpensive way to add a handsome side table to your patio: Top a large flowerpot, chimney flue tile, or ready-made metal table base with a 2-foot-square cast from a cementlike material called nonshrink grout.
More information is offered by Five Star Products, an ISO-9001 certified manufacturer of precision, nonshrink cement and epoxy grouts, equipment foundation systems, industrial concrete repair materials, coatings, adhesives, and a complete infrastructure/commercial concrete restoration product line.
This technical note provides information about current approaches to quantifying the dimensional stability of grouts and grout-like materials, including those categorized as nonshrink cementitious grouts, and highlights some of the limitations of the test methods currently in use.
See: Anchor bolts; Coatings, epoxy; Coatings, epoxy-novolac; Crack repair materials, other; Expansive grout (nonshrink); Grout, other; Grout, polymer (solvent-free); Joint fillers; Polymer (solvent-free) concrete
Bridge engineers and material specifiers have observed that some materials in these classes, especially those classified as nonshrink grouts, may display significant dimensional instability when used in connection details during bridge construction projects.