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Using concrete joint sealant to seal concrete expansion joints and concrete contraction joints in concrete floors and concrete walls is an important part of maintaining the integrity of the concrete.
Installing the proper kind of concrete joint sealant will help protect the structure from moisture damage caused by rain, wind, gravity, capillary force, and surface tension.
When it comes to concrete floors a concrete joint sealer will protect the joint from damage caused by heavy equipment being driven and/or rolled over the expansion joint, chipping and cracking the edges, which eventually leads to concrete joint failure.
To solve many of these problems, manufactures have numerous product options for concrete joint sealing. Three of the most common are liquid sealants, impregnated foam sealants, and hybrid technology sealants.