Original Presentation Date: October 21st, 2020
This webinar will help one determine if there is a problem with the installed (shot) concrete either in wet or dry mix (gunite) applications. Relying on a sub contractor without knowing the quality of their product is a surefire way to lose projects and business. By understanding what concrete expectations should be and what the designed intent is, a pool builder can eliminate some the the costly head aches and/or legal woes of bad concrete installations.
1:00 hour -Watershape University is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program.
CEUs are awarded for successfully logging completion of this webinar through the course curriculum page after viewing the lecture. Further instructions for registering your completion of this course are posted on the course curriculum page below the webinar recording.
- Analyze in place concrete and inspect its visual appearance as it would relate to acceptable in place (in situ) sprayed concrete
- Assess and/appraise the in place concrete materials in terms of application sequence by reviewing spray techniques and design
- Identify areas illustrating quality concrete within the pool structure as well as describe unacceptable in place materials and why
- List application and implementation characteristics that recognize both quality and non quality concrete