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This article establishes procedures for Laboratory testing of epoxy resins.  Refer to [http://www.modot.mo.gov/business/standards_and_specs/Sec1039.pdf Sec 1039] for MODOT's specifications.
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This article establishes procedures for Laboratory testing of epoxy resins.  Refer to [http://www.modot.org/business/standards_and_specs/SpecbookEPG.pdf#page=14 Sec 1039] for MODOT's specifications.
  
 
==1039.4.1 Sample Preparation==
 
==1039.4.1 Sample Preparation==
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===1039.4.2.2 Bonding Agents for Dowels===
 
===1039.4.2.2 Bonding Agents for Dowels===
  
Determine the properties of bonding agents for dowels according to [[106.7.49 TM-49, Pull-Out Tests on Chemical Bonding Agents|MoDOT Test Method T49]].
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Determine the properties of bonding agents for dowels according to [[106.3.2.49 TM-49, Pull-Out Tests on Chemical Bonding Agents|MoDOT Test Method T49]].
  
 
Run an Infrared Spectrum on each component.
 
Run an Infrared Spectrum on each component.
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===1039.4.2.3 Bonding Agents for Resin Anchor Systems===
 
===1039.4.2.3 Bonding Agents for Resin Anchor Systems===
  
Determine the properties of bonding agents for resin anchor systems according to ASTM C 881. Perform the pull test in accordance with [[106.7.74 TM-74, Pullout Tests on Epoxy Bonding Agents for Resin Anchor Systems|MoDOT Test Method T74]].
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Determine the properties of bonding agents for resin anchor systems according to ASTM C 881. Perform the pull test in accordance with [[106.3.2.74 TM-74, Pullout Tests on Epoxy Bonding Agents for Resin Anchor Systems|MoDOT Test Method T74]].
  
 
Run an Infrared Spectrum on each component.
 
Run an Infrared Spectrum on each component.
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===1039.4.2.4 Sand for Epoxy Mortar===
 
===1039.4.2.4 Sand for Epoxy Mortar===
  
Test sand for epoxy mortar for compliance with [http://www.modot.mo.gov/business/standards_and_specs/Sec1039.pdf Sec 1039]. Determine the moisture content in a laboratory oven.
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Test sand for epoxy mortar for compliance with [http://www.modot.org/business/standards_and_specs/SpecbookEPG.pdf#page=14 Sec 1039]. Determine the moisture content in a laboratory oven.
  
 
Record original test data and calculations in Laboratory workbooks.
 
Record original test data and calculations in Laboratory workbooks.
  
 
[[Category:1039 Epoxy Resin Material]]
 
[[Category:1039 Epoxy Resin Material]]

Latest revision as of 11:28, 15 June 2016

This article establishes procedures for Laboratory testing of epoxy resins. Refer to Sec 1039 for MODOT's specifications.

1039.4.1 Sample Preparation

These materials are furnished as multiple-component systems. The mixing ratio of components must be the same as that used to obtain Manufacturer and Brand Name Approval.

1039.4.2 Procedure

1039.4.2.1 Type II and III Epoxy

Test components by obtaining an Infrared Spectrum.

Test the mixed material according to the following:

Viscosity, Brookfield viscometer as set forth in ASTM D 2393.
Gel Time, ASTM C 881

Test the mixed and cured material according to the following:

Bond Strength, ASTM C 882
Tensile Strength and Elongation at Break, ASTM D 638

1039.4.2.2 Bonding Agents for Dowels

Determine the properties of bonding agents for dowels according to MoDOT Test Method T49.

Run an Infrared Spectrum on each component.

Record original test data and calculations in Laboratory workbooks.

1039.4.2.3 Bonding Agents for Resin Anchor Systems

Determine the properties of bonding agents for resin anchor systems according to ASTM C 881. Perform the pull test in accordance with MoDOT Test Method T74.

Run an Infrared Spectrum on each component.

Record original test data and calculations in Laboratory workbooks.

1039.4.2.4 Sand for Epoxy Mortar

Test sand for epoxy mortar for compliance with Sec 1039. Determine the moisture content in a laboratory oven.

Record original test data and calculations in Laboratory workbooks.