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Saw cuts (joints) are placed at specific distances in concrete to control concrete cracking. Instead of random cracking across the surface of the concrete, the natural cracking occurs inside the sawed joint.

The shoulder or edge of the saw cut is vulnerable to heavy traffic. Filling the joint with a semi-rigid material will create a bridge across the joint thus protecting the shoulder or edges from damage.
The damaged or deteriorated joint can become or cause:


  • Trip hazard

  • Damage to tow motors

  • Driver discomfort and safety

  • Product loss

  • Environmental contamination from chemical seepage

  • Bacterial growth from trapped debris

  • Costly repairs

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