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Concrete Slab Curling

One of the most typical flaws in a building’s floors is curling. At edges, saw cuts, and joints, slabs curl upward. Due to the loss of subgrade support, the joint moves as forklifts travel over it. Damage to joint edges, slab fractures, and potential failure of wires buried in concrete for autonomous guiding systems all occur over time. The difference in movement from one side of the joint to the other is directly proportional to how quickly the floor degrades.