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Concrete Cracking

Steel-reinforced concrete will naturally crack, usually in a controlled manner after cutting but sometimes as a sign of other defects or damage, or as a result of improper casting or curing. Crack investigation tools can be used to measure precisely the visible width of a crack, monitor the movement or rotation of cracks or to measure the crack depth. 

Concrete Cracking

VIC:

Melbourne

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t (03) 9938 3830

f (03) 9938 3899

m 0428 315 502

NSW:

Sydney

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t (02) 9986 1857

m 0418 381 709

QLD:

Brisbane

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t (07) 3040 6166

m 0419 477 715

 

WA:

Perth (Head Office)

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t (08) 9322 4020

m 0408 034 668

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