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SSPC SP 13

Surface Preparation of Concrete

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Organization: SSPC
Publication Date: 1 January 1997
Status: inactive
Page Count: 18
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General

This standard gives requirements for surface preparation of concrete by mechanical, chemical, or thermal methods prior to the application of bonded protective coating or lining systems.

The requirements of this standard are applicable to all types of cementitious surfaces including cast-in-place concrete floors and walls, precast slabs, masonry walls, and shotcrete surfaces.

An acceptable prepared concrete surface should be free of contaminants, laitance, loosely adhering concrete, and dust, and should provide a sound, uniform substrate suitable for the application of protective coating or lining systems.

When required, a minimum concrete surface strength, maximum surface moisture content, and surface profile range should be specified in the procurement documents (project specifications).

Appendix A does not contain mandatory requirements.

Document History

May 15, 2018
Surface Preparation of Concrete
Foreword This SSPC/NACE International Joint standard covers the preparation of concrete surfaces before the application of protective coating or lining systems. This standard should be used by...
January 1, 1997
Surface Preparation of Concrete
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SSPC SP 13
January 1, 1997
Surface Preparation of Concrete
General This standard gives requirements for surface preparation of concrete by mechanical, chemical, or thermal methods prior to the application of bonded protective coating or lining systems. The...

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