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Rendering: defects and remedial measures

Concrete Advice 24

Rendering: defects and remedial measures

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Concrete Advice

Abstract

Identifies common defects such as crazing, colour variations, cracking in solid construction, vertical and horizontal cracking in rendering on metal lathing, cracking in a pattern closely following joints in the background, hollow sounding or detached areas, and soft finish. Offers possible practical remedial measures for each.

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For more than 30 years, The Concrete Society has been publishing technical reports and advice notes to serve the needs of clients, architects, engineers, specifiers, suppliers, contractors and users of concrete.


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