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Non-shrink grout is a hydraulic cement grout that produces a volume that, when hardened under stipulated test conditions, is greater than or equal to the original installed volume; often used as a transfer medium between load-bearing members. It has the following characteristics:
Additional recommended knowledge
Test standards used to designate a grout as non-shrink include, but are not limited to:
Typical cementitious materials caveats
Despite the use of expanding or shrinkage-compensating ingredients, users are ordinarily cautioned to avoid environments detrimental to the forming of cement stone. These include but are not limited to the following:
Failure to follow these precautions can adversely affect the quality of all cementitious products, including non-shring grouts.
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