Spalled Hospital Entrance Wall Repaired With CPR Since 1989
CUSTOMER: A hospital in Toronto
APPLICATION DATE: August 1989
PROBLEM: Atmospheric and environmental freeze/thaw causing concrete to spall
APPLICATION METHOD: Loose concrete was removed. Remaining concrete was cleaned and primed with CPR Material followed by single application of CPR Material up to 5″ thick at deepest point. Cosmetic paint topcoat was applied.
CPR FACTS: CPR Material can be applied up to 5″ thick on vertical surfaces without forming and 3″ thick on overhead sections. This repair is still in service today.
Application of CPR Material in progress after priming
Application partially complete – 5″ thick in deepest section
View of repair in 2003 – still PERFECT!