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CHEM-CRETE PAVIX CCC100, PARKHOUSE ROAD BRIDGE

   

Parkhouse Road Bridge is located in Ardrossan and carries the A78 Trunk Road across the Glasgow to Largs electrified rail line.

Refurbishment works to the bridge involved the demolition of the existing concrete bridge deck and brickwork parapets and the new construction comprised a new deck with reinforced concrete parapets and provision for all the existing utility services.

With works completed, the bridge has been coated with Chem-Crete PAVIX CCC 100 in order prevent corrosion for the foreseeable future.

Chem-Crete PAVIX CCC100 is a unique water-based product for permanent protection of concrete structures and other porous substrates against temperature and moisture associated problems, such as damage caused by freeze-thaw cycles and chloride ion penetration.

It keeps treated concrete reasonably dry, thus eliminates all water and moisture related deterioration.

Chem-Crete PAVIX CCC100 is designed especially to protect highway bridges, car parks, buildings and costal structures.

For more information about Chem-Crete PAVIX CCC100 please click here