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Project: SENGKANG

STANDARD METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE REPAIR

A. SURFACE HONEYCOMB (less than 50mm depth) no rebar exposed

1. Identify the area of defective concrete needed for repair


2. Chisel away the defective concrete by chisel/ handheld electrical breaker. Ensure that
all loose concrete is removed properly and that sound concrete remains.
3. Clean the concrete surface with brush and ensure that it is free from dust.
4. The final surface should be damp to ensure good bonding with the new concrete.
5. Patch the repair area with the approved non-shrink material.

B. SURFACE HONEYCOMB - with rebar exposed, area less than 200x200mm

6. Identify the area of defective concrete needed for repair


7. Chisel away the defective concrete by chisel/ handheld electrical breaker.
8. Hack away the loose concrete until the whole visible rebar is fully exposed.
9. Clean the concrete surface with brush and ensure that it is free from dust.
10. The final surface should be damp to ensure good bonding with the new concrete.
11. Close up the affected area with 12mm thk plywood. Provide small opening at top of
formwork for grouting. (refer Sketch-A)
12. Insert sponge to seal up the gap between the formwork and the concrete surface.
13. Prepare the non-shrink grout mix according to manufacturers recommendation.
14. Pour in the non-shrink grout from the opening provided.
15. Ensure that the formwork is maintained for at least 24 hrs before stripping.
16. Trim away the excess concrete at the grout opening area.

Opening for pouring of non-


shrink grout mix

Honey comb <


200 x200mm
Formwork

Sketch - A

C. SURFACE HONEYCOMB - with rebar exposed, depth less than 50mm

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Project: SENGKANG

STANDARD METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE REPAIR

17. Identify the area of defective concrete needed for repair


18. Chisel away the defective concrete by chisel/ handheld electrical breaker.
19. Hack away the loose concrete until the whole visible rebar is fully exposed.
20. Clean the concrete surface with brush and ensure that it is free from dust.
21. The final surface should be damp to ensure good bonding with the new concrete.
22. Close up the affected area with 12mm thk plywood. Secure the formwork firmly to the
concrete surface with M10 anchor bolts or with other external supports, to prevent
leakage due to pressure grouting.
23. Insert sponge to seal up the gap between the formwork and the concrete surface.
24. Install 16mm rubber tube at the bottom and top of void.
25. Seal up the formwork sides using mortar cement and allow drying.
26. Prepare approved pressure grout according to manufacturers recommendation.
27. Using pressure equipment, slowly pump in the grout from the bottom tube. (If grout is
seen leaking out from the formwork sides, stop the injection and patch up the leakage
spots with fast setting hydraulic cement. Allow the cement to set for 1 minute. Proceed
with the grouting once the hydraulic cement is set)
28. When the grout is seen flowing out from the top tube, stop the pumping and seal up the
upper tube.
29. Maintain the pressure of minimum 10 psi for at least 1 minute.
30. Seal up the bottom tube and then remove the pressure pump.
31. Ensure that the formwork is maintained for at least 24 hrs before stripping.

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