Standard: UFC 3-270-04


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This handbook describes methods and procedures for maintenance and repair of concrete pavements. Since surface failure must be corrected at the source, probable causes are discussed and repair measures described. The principals outlined apply to reinforced and nonreinforced pavements for roads, airfields, and parking and open-storage areas. Normal maintenance on concrete pavements consists principally of the care of joints, sealing of cracks, replacement of random broken slabs or similar sections, and the correction of minor settlement and drainage faults. Repair consists of the work required to restore a distressed pavement so that it may be used at its original designed capacity and/or accommodate the current mission as provided for by applicable service instruction. Additional information can be found in the literature listed in paragraph 1.3., References. AF Records Disposition. Ensure that all records created by this handbook are maintained and disposed of IAW AFMAN 37-139, “Records Disposition Schedule.”

Objective.  The objective of this handbook is to provide a simple step-by-step “how to” procedure for concrete pavement repair. Although joint and crack maintenance is one of the most important maintenance functions to be performed, it will not be covered here. For those procedures, another handbook has been developed. This handbook will also cover some of the equipment used in the maintenance and repair of concrete pavements.

Organization: Unified Facilities Criteria
Document Number: ufc 3-270-04
Publish Date: 2001-03-15
Page Count: 99
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: NO
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: YES
Status: Active

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FAA AC 150/5380-6C