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Curling

All concrete curls upward at the end of the pours. If this curl is severe enough , leaving the panel end cantilevered, the slab may crack when loads are imposed.

With movement across the curled joints by forklifts and other equipment, the load transfer mechanical pressure will create a rocking of the panel, which has a definite noise and movement. In time this is exacerbated, and will ultimately cause the panel to crack.

Using the correct repair tools and methodology, the CLF team will manage the repair and ensure that the rocking risk associated with the floor is negated.

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