- Brand: Fillcrete
- Model: 25x200mm Expansion Joint Strip
- Weight: 12.88kg
- Dimensions: 2,440mm x 200mm x 25mm
- SKU: 25FST200P
- Product code: P1-2715
- MPN: 25x200mm Expansion Joint Strip
Fillcrete Expansion Joint Strip 25mm x 200mm x 2440mm is a light brown, wood based expansion joint strip used for concrete expansion and as a movement joint filler to reduce the risk of cracking, packed in 5 strips per pack.
Fillaboard Expansion Joint Strips are used in expansion joints for concrete in such applications as roads, airport runways, pedestrian areas, floors, concrete roofs, external walls, cladding and slab pavement construction.
25x200x2440mm Fillcrete Fillaboard Jointing Strip is highly resistant to moisture penetration and ice formation in joints and should be protected by a fuel resistant sealant.
This strip meets the requirements of the British Specification 033, Pavement Quality Concrete for Airfields and the British Specification for Highway Works Volume 1 Road Pavements Joint Filler Strips.
In situ, as expansion jointing, protected by appropriate sealant, strips remain permanently resilient and are resistant to dry and wet rot, fungus attack and other similar forms of deterioration.
Expansion Joint Strips can be sealed using most cold applied polymeric sealants, but where liquid hydrocarbons such as shuttering oil, petrol, diesel fuels and other solvents may be present.
This wood based strips are manufactured from wood fibres (pine) water, bitumen, waterproofing agents and paraffin in a wet process, trade name Fillaboard strips for use as an expansion joint in concrete applications
The installation of expansion joint strips, such as Fillaboard in concrete, is required to relieve stress and thereby reduce the risk of cracking or heave in a slab.
It is a characteristic of concrete that it will expand or contract slightly relative to ambient temperatures.
In simple terms, concrete will expand in the summer and slightly contract in the winter.
Fillaboard Expansion Joint Strip is lightweight and can be easily cut on site.
Thermal conductivity: <0.055 W/mK
Fire Reaction: Class E
25mm Expansion Jointing Strips for Concrete Features:
· Ecologically friendly.
· Low embodied energy.
· Lightweight strips.
· Can be easily cut on site.
· Reduce the risk of heave in a slab.
· Highly resistant to moisture penetration.
· Wood based expansion joint strip.
· Reduce the risk of cracking.
· Bitumen impregnated fibre strips.
· Resistant to dry, wet rot and fungus attack.
· Available in 100mm, 150mm and 200mm widths.
· Low cost, permanent solution.
· Available in 2440mm lengths.
· Ideal general purpose expansion joint filler strip.
· Tested to BS[EN] 622-4 SB.H-E1.
· Tested to Highway Works Series 1000 clause 1015.
· Tested to Specification 033 Pavement Quality.
· Manufactured to BS[EN]13986:2004 +A1:2015.
· Manufacturing certified to ISO 9001:2015.
· Available nationwide on rapid delivery.
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Datasheet ǀ Declaration of Performance - DoP ǀ BBA Certificate ǀ Installation Guide ǀ Certificates ǀ Brochure ǀ SPEC Sheet
|Material||Bitumen impregnated fibreboard joint strip|
|Pack Quantity||5 jointing strips|
|Profile||Expansion joint strip for concrete|
|Size||25mm x 200mm x 2440mm|
|Storage||Store in a dry location|
|Water Vapour Resistivity||20–40 MNs/g|
|Bending Strength||1.0–2.0 N/mm2|
|Fire Classification||Class E|
|Coverage||2.44lm (linear meters) per one jointing strip|
|Finish||Dry to the touch|
|Applications||General purpose expansion joint filler strips|
|Fixing method||Concrete expansion movement jointing strips|
|Features||Reduce the risk of cracking or heave in a slab|
|Manufacturer||Fillcrete Fillaboard® Expansion Joint Strips|
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