The IACDS Working Group on Slurry Management prepared a publication that compiles relevant information about slurry management in concrete cutting from constructors and manufacturers from all over the world, titled “Guide about Slurry Management for concrete drilling and sawing”.
Since slurry management in concrete drilling and sawing is an extremely vast area of investigation, IACDS prepared a related webinar titled “Types of testing for slurry management in concrete cutting”, which took place on February 24th.
In this session, the coordinator of the Working Group, Ms. Erin O’Brien, from CSDA, and Mr. Ryan Klacking, from SLURRYMONSTER, talked about the Guide and introduced the issue of how is slurry generated and managed in concrete cutting, apart from describing the different kinds of testing that are available for this specific purpose and explaining their uses.
+ info about the webinar
- Part 1: Presentation
- What is IACDS?
- Why do we do this webinar?
- Part 2: Guide for Slurry management in concrete cutting
- What is it?
- What is its purpose?
- How was the elaboration process?
- What contents does it include?
- Part 3: Introduction to Slurry management in concrete cutting
- How is slurry generated in concrete cutting?
- How can slurry be managed in concrete cutting?
- Part 4: Types of testing for slurry management in concrete cutting
- What types of testing for slurry management in concrete cutting are available?
- How can they be used?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of each of them?
- Case studies
- Part 5: Questions and comments from participants
|Mr. Ryan Klacking||Ms. Erin O’Brien
|Date||February 24th, 2022|
|Video||Recording of the webinar|
|Format||On-line: The video is available at the bottom of this page for logged in users with valid access.|
|Conference book||Includes all the slides presented by the speakers|
|Format||On-line: The document is available at the bottom of this page for logged in users with valid access.|
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