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CPNI issues guidance on vehicle security barrier installation

CPNI, the UK government’s Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure, has published a detailed guidance note on ‘Factors influencing concrete curing during vehicle security barrier installation.’

Curing of concrete is important as determines the strength and durability of the vehicle security barrier: “Proper curing not only reduces the porosity of the concrete, leading to an increase in the density, it also reduces shrinkage and cracking within the concrete. Together, these factors help in achieving a higher compressive strength and better resistance to degradation and abrasion,” the document states.

Read the document (PDF).

•Date: 2nd December 2014 • UK/World •Type: Article • Topic: Terrorism


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