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- Subject: Floor Flatness
- From: "Brian K. Smith" <smitheng(--nospam--at)dos.net>
- Date: Wed, 02 Sep 1998 17:39:12 -0500
Robert Rollo wrote: > > we have a client who desires to evaluate the flatness of an existing > concrete slab on grade floor and to measure any variations > periodically > > i have seen reports that provided "micro-elevation" study that > provides a contour type mapping > > for any evaluation it seems the tolerance should be tighter than > conventional survey practice > > i am looking for information and equipment required regarding how to > conduct a slab elevation study with close tolerances. I am of the > understanding that a data collector is available that meets this > description. Robert: I have researched some old Concrete International publications that were reprinted in ACI's "Concrete Slabs on Grade" SCM-25. Of all of the articles dealing with superflat floors, Edward W. Face Co. out of Norfolk, VA was mentioned numerous times as a Concrete Flooring Consultant. At the time of the publications, there were using dipsticks as well as profilographs. I am sure that someone out West would have similar devices. Brian K. Smith, P.E.
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