Concrete basements crack fairly often, but most crack repair systems only fill the gaps. They offer no significant tensile strength to prevent future cracks, and this is why cracks often reappear. The product (Rhino Carbon Fiber) we used for the test blocks you’ll see here is different. It’s an epoxy-based system that uses a layer of carbon fiber fabric to make repair that’s actually stronger than the surrounding concrete. Click below to watch a video we made putting this system to a strength test. Two tractors are involved in a tug of war, as you’ll see.
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