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AMPP SP21513-2021, Procedure for Determining Conformance to Concrete Surface Profile Requirements

This standard describes a procedure suitable for laboratory and field use to determine conformance to specified surface profile on concrete substrates using Method 1: Depth micrometer as described in ASTM D8271, Method 2: Concrete Surface Profile (CSP) Chips (CSP 1-10) as described in ICRI Guideline No. 310.2R, or Method 3: Replica putty as described in ASTM D7682 (Method 3A-visual or Method 3B-quantitative).

Proper bonding of coatings and linings to concrete surfaces requires proper cleaning and frequently requires the concrete to be roughened to increase the surface area. The roughness, also known as surface profile, can be imparted into concrete by abrasive or water blast cleaning, acid etching or various impact/scarifying power tools. The resulting surface profile depth can influence coating/lining adhesion and performance. Coating/lining manufacturers and/or facility owners frequently specify cleaning and roughening of the concrete surface prior to product installation. 

Product Number: AMPP SP21513-2021
Publication Date: 2021
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This standard describes a procedure suitable for laboratory and field use to determine conformance to specified surface profile on concrete substrates using Method 1: Depth micrometer as described in ASTM D8271, Method 2: Concrete Surface Profile (CSP) Chips (CSP 1-10) as described in ICRI Guideline No. 310.2R, or Method 3: Replica putty as described in ASTM D7682 (Method 3A-visual or Method 3B-quantitative).

Proper bonding of coatings and linings to concrete surfaces requires proper cleaning and frequently requires the concrete to be roughened to increase the surface area. The roughness, also known as surface profile, can be imparted into concrete by abrasive or water blast cleaning, acid etching or various impact/scarifying power tools. The resulting surface profile depth can influence coating/lining adhesion and performance. Coating/lining manufacturers and/or facility owners frequently specify cleaning and roughening of the concrete surface prior to product installation.

Keywords: Concrete surface profile, roughness, depth micrometer, replica putty

This standard describes a procedure suitable for laboratory and field use to determine conformance to specified surface profile on concrete substrates using Method 1: Depth micrometer as described in ASTM D8271, Method 2: Concrete Surface Profile (CSP) Chips (CSP 1-10) as described in ICRI Guideline No. 310.2R, or Method 3: Replica putty as described in ASTM D7682 (Method 3A-visual or Method 3B-quantitative).

Proper bonding of coatings and linings to concrete surfaces requires proper cleaning and frequently requires the concrete to be roughened to increase the surface area. The roughness, also known as surface profile, can be imparted into concrete by abrasive or water blast cleaning, acid etching or various impact/scarifying power tools. The resulting surface profile depth can influence coating/lining adhesion and performance. Coating/lining manufacturers and/or facility owners frequently specify cleaning and roughening of the concrete surface prior to product installation.

Keywords: Concrete surface profile, roughness, depth micrometer, replica putty

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