Frequently asked questions and answers (FAQ) relating to repairing and corrosion protection of bridges
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Q: What kind of targets are the most adapted for the Custone-method?
A: All reinforced concrete structures which are exposed to chlorides.
Q: What happens to the combined copper chloride, does it fill the air voids?
A: That alloy remains in the concrete and does not fill air voids, as its quantity is insignificant compared to the volume of the air voids.
Q: Does it change the colour of the concrete?
A: No, it doesn't. But if you want to get a blue colour, it is possible. Good examples of it are blue art works and landscape decorations.
Q: In what quantity do you have to add copper alloy in the concrete?
A: The quantity depends on the level of the protection needed, and it is also a function of time and chloride load.
Q: Is “copper concrete” a hazardous waste?
A: For the treatment of copper concrete you must follow the same instructions as for other concrete wastes.
Q: Does it make a difference if you use for the ice prevention (salting) calcium chloride instead of sodium chloride?
A: Only in the sense that calcium chloride liberates more chloride ions, which should mean a greater corrosion effect.