DuraPlate Installation Guide. Corrosion Resistant Liner. Presented By:. THINK SAFETY 1st. Practice ALL safety precautions. Follow all OSHA & Manufacturers safety recommendations. Wear protective gear. Step One. Prepare the Joints. Step 1 – Proper Storage.
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Corrosion Resistant Liner
Prepare the Joints
Use blocking to stage the joints OUT of the dirt
All materials and joints must be kept clean
Clean the bell AND the spigot
Remove all dirt and debris
Inspect the Bell and Spigot
This is a good joint
Report cracks to your supervisor
Best results are obtained with the application of a water- based adhesive primer
Install Joint Materials
Two Seals are required
Gaskets to keep the structure watertight
Mastic to keep back the gasses
Apply ONELAYER of approved butyl tape
Place butyl tape on the INSIDE shoulder of the structure
Do NOToverlap the end of the butyl tape
Apply Gasket to Spigot
PLACE ON SPIGOT
with GASKET ON
For more detailed instructions on proper installation of the gaskets, please view
WATERTIGHT GASKET INSTALLATION GUIDE
Lube inside the bell.
Do NOT put lube on top of butyl tape.
Insure the spigot has been lubed properly according to the type of the gasket.
Use of Proper Lifting Equipment
Prevents Damage to Structure
Use proper lift pins and bars available from Atlantic
Use machinery capable of lifting the structure.
Call our office for the weight of your structures
Keep the Structure Level
Center the Sections and Lower into Position
Squeeze out of the butyl tape should occur as the joints seat themselves
Make sure the joints are seated evenly all around
If the joints are not even, raise the section and adjust.
Use clean butyl
Plug lift holes with suitable non-shrink grout
Use Lube GENEROUSLY
Keep Lift Hooks STRAIGHT