Bustar Expanding Grout
Mixing & Technical Information
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Technical and Mixing Information for Bustar Expanding Grout
*The longer Bustar sets the more it will expand.
Note: The information in this chart is approximate and is for informational purposes only. The core temperature, water temperature, or ambient conditions may effect cracking time. The product will continue to work up to a 7-day time frame to reach an expansive stress of 7000T/m2. Maximum spacing is 10 times the actual hole diameter. The depth of holes must be always deeper than the distance between holes. Minimum hole depth is 12 inches. In this case the distance between holes should be no more than 6 inches. Minimum recommended depth is 20 inches. Maximum recommended depth 19.5 feet. Maximum hole depth is 32.8 feet.
YIELDS BY HOLE DIAMETER
*The expansive pressure of Bustar develops in a progressive manner and is proportional to the time elapsed since loading (Fig 1). Power increases as time passes. Although fragmentation takes place within 12 to 24 hours, the progressive action of Bustar expansive grout continues for four days in summer and eight days in winter reaching a pressure of over 7000 T/m2 (rock and concrete break at between 1500 and 3000 T/m2).
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