STP 1334 features state-of-the-art information on durability and joint design as well as innovative material concepts in joint sealing.
Twenty-four peer-reviewed papers cover the latest ongoing research in such topics as:
The impact of temperature changes and fatigue on sealant longevity
How joint design effects sealant wear
An overview of accelerated weathering tests compared with real time weathering damage
Qualitative differences between acrylic latex sealants and chemically cured sealants
Weather protection sealant failures, causes and cures
Esthetic concerns of sealant fluid migration and staining potential
Innovative adhesion durability testing; Improved joint design and joint geometry stress analysis
Waterproofing membrane adhesion
This publication is an invaluable resource for architects, specifiers, design engineers, maintenance engineers, building owners, insurance companies, forensic engineers and sealant manufacturers.
Science and Technology of Building Seals, Sealants, Glazing, and Waterproofing: Seventh Volume