A study on the Properties of Composite Systems Using Polymer-Modified Mortar and Epoxy Resins for Waterproofing and Anti-Corrosion of Concrete Structures Bae Kee-Sun; Jang Sung-Joo; Oh Sang-Keun;
The purpose of this study is to investigate the properties of composite systems using polymer cement and epoxy resins for waterproofing and anti-corrosion to concrete structures such as water supply facilities and sewage-works. For the waterproofing and anti-corrosion of concrete structures, there can be required various properties such as absorption capacity and water permeability, adhesion and tensile strength, hair crack-resistance, impact-resistance, repeated low and high temperature test and chemical resistance, soundness for drinking water, soundness for drinking water and etc. In this study these engineering properties of composite systems using polymer-modified mortar and epoxy resins were examined and could be confirmed to satisfy the guidelines of KS. Especially, it was turn out that the adhesion properties was excellent and high crack-resistance up to 1.49 mm will be perform.