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Sea wall reinforcement

This sea wall on Camano island in Washington State was repaired this summer using a combination of SRS-600UNI and 660-BI Carbon Fiber. The unidirectional carbon fiber provided global strengthening to the overall structure while the bidirectional was used for crack confinement.

A heavy duty specialized concrete marine coating was applied to the entire sea wall to protect the system from debris impacts such as logs that commonly strike sea walls during the Pacific North West winters. The coating also serves as UV protection over the SRS-1000 Epoxy Adhesive that bonds the carbon fiber to the concrete.

This project was successfully completed by R&R Foundation Specialist in Everett, Washington. Look

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