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Joint Intersection

Summary

Joint Intersection - A joint intersection is the point at which two joints intersect or where the corners of four panels meet.

Technical Information

It is important to ensure that at intersections, all four corners of the slab are free from connection to each other so that they provide no restraint to each other.

It is also vital to ensure there is minimal vertical displacement at joint intersections as this can lead to joint deterioration when trafficked by MHE. If panels are noted to have relative vertical displacements a Joint Stabiliser can be used to counter this problem.

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