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Tag: Polymer impregnated concrete Polymer impregnated concrete

A polymer impregnated concrete is produced via a process whereby an existing hardened concrete (structure or factory component) is dried at around 150ëC and then impregnated with a low viscosity monomer, usually methyl methacrylate, which is subsequently cured in situ. Impregnation is often achieved by soaking at atmospheric pressure although the process may be facilitated by evacuation and/or higher pressures.

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