TPS Technology (T-Ports)의 원리 및 시공 과정


The structure of T-Port Securing Safety Flexible T-Ports prevent safety accidents that could be caused by sudden changes of injection pressure Filling Up Hairline Cracks The precisely-designed Leak-control valve removes air within the cracks while injecting epoxy Preventing The Re-flux of Epoxy It prevents the epoxy from re-fluxing, allowing the epoxy to fill cracks less than 0.1mm Examination of Cracks and Preparation Installing T-Ports and Check Windows Injecting Epoxy Air —>Removal of air When injecting epoxy, the air within the cracks is naturally removed The injection process can be seen through the Check Windows The epoxy is automatically injected Removing T-Ports and Check Windows Removing Sealing Material and Cleaning Up Sealing is the process which prevents epoxy from leaking outside the cracks Cracks should be sealed 2mm thick, 50mm wide. The sealing materials should be mixed thoroughly following proper mix ratios 5 T-Ports should be installed for each meter, each 20cm apart When installing, the condition of the crack should be considered, which could require more T-Ports per meter Check Windows should be installed every meter Mix the KPG-102 epoxy, and inject by using T-7 Pumps, designed specially for T-Ports If the Check Windows indicate more epoxy to be injected, re-inject before the epoxy hardens If epoxy is not seen in Check Windows, re-inject KPG-102 epoxy. If injecting on a wall, inject from bottom to up After Injection Precision Injection in Hairline Cracks The precisely-designed Leak-control valve removes air within the cracks while injecting epoxy it also prevents the epoxy from re-fluxing, allowing the epoxy to fill cracks less than 0.1mm Checking the injection process through Check Windows Finishing Touches

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