Joint/ Cracks waterproofing
Joints are places where two RCC surfaces are attached together. RCC surfaces in construction are two surfaces attached together in two different times of construction. Attachments where these surfaces are attached together sometimes do not attach properly due to the fact that place where one surface has dried up, ions at that place have gone into stable mode. When new RCC surface is laid over the pot where another surface was previously laid, new ions are in different state. Two different modes of ions do not match each other leaving spaces for water leakage.
To simply it
- Columns or beams are categorized as joints as beams or columns are constructed earlier to other constructions.
- In old constructed buildings, whenever new additions are made to RCC surfaces, since two surfaces may not join together, it can lead to water leakage.
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Cracks happen when ruptures occur due to improper construction methods employed during new construction. When some building alternations are carried out, it can lead to cracks.
Sometimes cracks can even form when construction has become too old to handle. Seasoning of roofs, walls are too hot handle by the construction materials allowing construction materials to leave spaces for formation of cracks.