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- From: hmorera(--nospam--at)Ammann-Whitney.com
- Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 08:36:41 -0400
Try these numbers ... Richard Farrell California Pacific Industrial Sales 2226 Cedarwood Circle Riverbank, CA 65367 PHONE: (209) 869-9203 FAX: (209) 869-0431 OR James Bearer 1 (800) 877-8775 FAX: (781) 647-4205 Hector Please respond to seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org To: "Seaint" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>, "StrucTX" <structx(--nospam--at)mLists.net> cc: (bcc: Hector Morera/NYC/AmmannWhitney) Fax to: Subject: Neopene Bearing Pads We are redesigning a flat slab bridge deck for a Contractor to use cast-in-place in lieu of the precast panels originally detailed. The original design was done by others. Both the Owner and the Contractor want all of the other details to stay the same as the original design, which for the most part is not a problem. However, the original design calls out "1" x 6" Continuous Neoprene Bearing Pad" at the interior bents. My question is not the need for the bearing pads, but rather just how long a bearing pad can be manufactured? What is a reaonable length of pad to specify? The pads are plain pads - no reinforcing. David Finley, P.E.
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