How does the CoGri Joint Stabiliser Work?
The CoGri Joint Stabiliser is installed by coring a hole in the concrete slab at the joint location and replacing the core with the CoGri Joint Stabiliser which is then expanded to exert pressure to each side of the joint.
Typically the CoGri Joint Stabiliser units are spaced approximately 1 metre apart on the joint, with 4 units installed at each joint intersection 300mm from the intersection. See image below.
Positive Joint load transfer capacity is re-established when the CoGri Joint Stabiliser is installed at the joint, resulting in smooth, uninterrupted production.
The mechanics of the CoGri Joint Stabiliser
The Most Efficient Load Transfer Repair System
The CoGri Joint Stabiliser is less disruptive and requires less downtime than any repair method for joint stabilisation. The system costs less than full-depth joint replacement and usually cheaper than retrofit dowels or subslab grout injection.
Compared to traditional load transfer repair methods, the CoGri Joint Stabiliser offers rapid installation, immediate return to service and solid results..
|Benefits||CoGri Joint Stabiliser||Subslab Grout Injection||Retrofit Dowels||Full-depth Joint Replacement||Semi-rigid Joint Filler|
|Fast + Easy Installation|
|Use Floor Immediately|
|Allows Slab Movement Due to Temperature Changes|