Authors: Kothe, T
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Abstract:
Normet’s TamCrete SSL (structural support liner) was introduced one and a half years ago and is a reactive resin-based, rapid-curing, gas and watertight spray-applied shell. It is applied to a thickness of 5–10 mm and gains 70 to 80% of its peak strength within three to five minutes. This paper gives an overview on application methods, key mechanical properties and case studies. The major focus of the paper will be on field tests that have been executed at a hard rock site in Finland. Keywords: thin support liner, sealant, support

Keywords: thin support liner, sealant, support

Citation:
Kothe, T 2017, 'TamCrete structural support liner – a rapid polymeric structural support lining', in M Hudyma & Y Potvin (eds), Proceedings of the First International Conference on Underground Mining Technology, Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Perth, pp. 71-78.

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British Standards Institution 2003, BS EN ISO 4624:2003, Paints and Varnishes, Pull-off test for Adhesion, British Standards Institution, London, viewed 30 May 2017, http://shop.bsigroup.com/ProductDetail/?pid=000000000030081393
EFNARC 2008, Specification and Guidelines on Thin Spray-on Liners for Mining and Tunnelling, EFNARC, viewed 30 May 2017, http://www.efnarc.org/pdf/ENC%20250TSL%20v7.2%2025-07-08_r1.pdf
Normet International 2016, Tamcrete SSL TDS (Technical Data Sheet), available from Normet International on request.




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