CONCRETE REMAINING SERVICE LIFE

 

CONCRETE REMAINING SERVICE LIFE

Reinforcement corrosion of concrete structures is mainly caused by:

– Chloride Ion Content; This is possible in near sea structures or high in salt enviroments.

– Carbonation; Possible in Urban areas with high percentage of Carbon Dioxide.

The Service life of a structure can be estimated by evaluating the ingress of Chlorides and Carbon Dioxide. By applying specialized in-place testing methods, the remaining years before the corrosion process takes off in the reinforcement of the structure.

 

CLORIDE ION CONTENT
DETERMINATION

Determination of Chloride Ion Content in Concrete. Cause of Corrosion.

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CARBONATION ASSESSMENT

Carbonation profile in concrete structures. Cause of corrosion.

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ESTIMATION OF
REMAINING YEARS BEFORE CORROSION

Estimation of the remaining time of the structure based on the Chloride Ion Profile

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