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Expansion Joints

Expansion Joints

CEVA? Joint Systems are used as expansion joints in bridge construction and in architectural applications. They offer design flexibility and cost savings as compared to other types of expansion joints. CEVA Joint Systems utilize closed-cell foam materials. Significant advantages include excellent resistance to chemicals and hydrostatic pressure as well as UV protection and noise suppression. CEVA? Joint Systems’ unique closed cell foam designs are combined with epoxy bonders and elastomeric concrete to offer superior strength and flexibility.

Do you have standard sizes?

No, we can manufacture the size, depth, width, and length to the details of the project.

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Is a silicone topping required?
No, Ceva Expansion Joint systems do not require a silicone topping.

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What is the movement capabilities?

The expansion joints can function between 60% compression and 30% tension as well as handling ?up to 50% horizontal or vertical shear movement.

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Can The Installation Occur In Wet Conditions?

Bonder #1 will adhere to damp surfaces.

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Is There A Minimum Temperature Requirement?

38 degrees Fahrenheit is the minimum temperature requirement for installation.

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How Are Expansion Joint Corners Produced?

Chase can fabricate the required angles in our fabrication shop.

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CEVA Expansion Joints Systems Competition
UV Protection Package Silicone Topping is not Required UV Stability
Closed-Cell Structure provides long-term durability and moisture impermeability UV Resistant Silicone Topping Required
Excellent Resistance to Chemicals and Hydrostatic Pressure Variable Resistance to Chemicals and Hydrostatic Pressure
Dynamic Range of Movement up to 50% Varying Range Movement
Fabricated to a wide variety of sizes and widths

Expansion Joint Waterproofing Test

Expansion Joint Waterproofing Test

How to Heat-weld an Expansion Joint Foam Seal

CEVA 100 drawing copy

Architectural expansion joint applications

roadway:bridge expansion joint applications

Roadway/bridge expansion joint applications
Frequently Asked Question
Do you have standard sizes?

No, we can manufacture the size, depth, width, and length to the details of the project.

Need more info??

Need a sample??

Need Data Sheets??

Connect with Bridge & Highway ??|?

Is a silicone topping required?
No, Ceva Expansion Joint systems do not require a silicone topping.

Need more info??

Need a sample??

Need Data Sheets??

Connect with Bridge & Highway ??|?

What is the movement capabilities?

The expansion joints can function between 60% compression and 30% tension as well as handling ?up to 50% horizontal or vertical shear movement.

Need more info??

Need a sample??

Need Data Sheets??

Connect with Bridge & Highway ??|?

Can The Installation Occur In Wet Conditions?

Bonder #1 will adhere to damp surfaces.

Need more info??

Need a sample??

Need Data Sheets??

Connect with Bridge & Highway ??|?

Is There A Minimum Temperature Requirement?

38 degrees Fahrenheit is the minimum temperature requirement for installation.

Need more info??

Need a sample??

Need Data Sheets??

Connect with Bridge & Highway ??|?

How Are Expansion Joint Corners Produced?

Chase can fabricate the required angles in our fabrication shop.

Need more info??

Need a sample??

Need Data Sheets??

Connect with Bridge & Highway ??|?

Expansion Joints Comparison
CEVA Expansion Joints Systems Competition
UV Protection Package Silicone Topping is not Required UV Stability
Closed-Cell Structure provides long-term durability and moisture impermeability UV Resistant Silicone Topping Required
Excellent Resistance to Chemicals and Hydrostatic Pressure Variable Resistance to Chemicals and Hydrostatic Pressure
Dynamic Range of Movement up to 50% Varying Range Movement
Fabricated to a wide variety of sizes and widths
How-to Videos

Expansion Joint Waterproofing Test

Expansion Joint Waterproofing Test

How to Heat-weld an Expansion Joint Foam Seal

Installation Details

CEVA 100 drawing copy

Architectural expansion joint applications

roadway:bridge expansion joint applications

Roadway/bridge expansion joint applications

 

Preformed Foam Joint

Phyzite 380??

  • Cross-linked Ethyl Vinyl Acetate-Polyethylene foam joint seal
  • Expands and contracts with the movement of the structure
  • Provides resistance to chemicals and hydrostatic pressure
  • Handles impacts without spalling or tearing
  • Easy-to-install
  • UV resistant closed cell foam
  • Used on a variety of waterproofing applications

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Preformed Foam Joint

Metazeal?

  • Polyethylene foam joint seal
  • For operating temperatures from -94°F to 212°F
  • Expands and contracts with the movement of the structure
  • Provides resistance to chemicals and hydrostatic pressure
  • Handles impacts without spalling or tearing
  • Easy-to-install
  • Used on a variety of waterproofing applications

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Preformed Foam Joint

Metazeal AJ ?

  • Cross-linked Ethyl Vinyl Acetate-Polyethylene foam joint seal
  • For operating temperatures from -94°F to 160°F
  • Provides resistance to chemicals and hydrostatic pressure
  • Handles impacts without spalling or tearing
  • Easy-to-install
  • Minimal UV resistance – not to be used in applications exposed to UV light
  • Used on a variety of waterproofing applications

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General Purpose Seal Foam

Eva-Seal/Flex-Seal ?

  • Cross-linked EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) copolymer foam
  • Expands and contracts with the movement of the structure
  • Provides watertight seal
  • Easy-to-install
  • Typical applications include use as a concrete forming material and secondary seal.

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Elastomeric Concrete

Ecrete 57N ?

  • 100% solids, self-leveling elastomeric concrete header material
  • Ability to absorb energy from impact loads
  • Reduces cracking and spalling
  • Rapid return to service
  • Excellent adhesion to asphalt, concrete and steel surfaces
  • Three component premeasured modified urethane and aggregate system

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Epoxy Bonder

Eva-Pox Bonder #1 Beige/Grey ?

  • Two-component 100% solids premeasured epoxy adhesive
  • Bonding agent for pre-formed closed cell foam joints and ECrete 57N
  • Adheres well to elastomeric concrete, cured concrete, and steel
  • Offered in either beige or grey color to match the surrounding substrate.

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