Joint Resealing

Concrete Pavement Preservation

Resealing is necessary when sealant distress affects average sealant condition and results in significant water and incompressible infiltration. The basis of this determination is typically engineering judgement. Consequently, the importance of scheduled reviews by agency personnel to monitor sealant condition cannot be overemphasized. Sealant surveys should consist of basic distress data collection, with concentration at the joints. The crew should take measurements of joint faulting and joint width. The system should require visual and physical examination of the joint and sealant.  

Estimated Service Life: 10 - 15 Years


Proper Joint Sealing Techniques for Pavement Preservation


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ACPA Joint Resealing