Test methods for repair materials for water-leakage cracks in underground concrete structures — Part 6: Test method for response to the substrate movement

ISO/TS 16774-6:2017 specifies a laboratory test method for evaluating the substrate (crack) movement response of water-leakage crack repair materials through permeability testing. The repair material injected into a test specimen with an artificial crack undergoes simulated movements normally caused by thermal expansion, settlement and vibrations in leakage cracks found in concrete structures under the applied conditions outlined in different national testing parameters that reflect different environmental conditions. As such, the results are only intended to provide a comparative performance evaluation of the waterproofing repair materials between different products of the same type of repair material. ISO/TS 16774-6:2017 outlines general guidelines and procedures for the test method. Specific variables that control the quantifiable parameters of the testing are filled in using relevant national standardizations and/or testing parameters.

Méthodes d'essai pour matériaux de réparation pour fissures dues à l'eau dans les structures en béton — Partie 6: Méthode d'essai de la réponse aux mouvements du substrat

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TECHNICAL ISO/TS
SPECIFICATION 16774-6
First edition
2017-05
Test methods for repair materials for
water-leakage cracks in underground
concrete structures —
Part 6:
Test method for response to the
substrate movement
Méthodes d’essai pour matériaux de réparation pour fissures dues à
l’eau dans les structures en béton —
Partie 6: Méthode d’essai de la réponse aux mouvements du substrat
Reference number
ISO/TS 16774-6:2017(E)
ISO 2017
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Contents Page

Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv

Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Normative reference ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

4 Principle ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2

5 Apparatus ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

6 Preparation of the test specimen and artificial crack conditions .....................................................................2

7 Procedure..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3

7.1 Substrate behaviour stress test ................................................................................................................................................ 3

7.2 Permeability test ................................................................................................................................................................................... 3

8 Presentation of results ................................................................................................................................................................................... 3

9 Test report ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

9.1 Information on the repair material of the test target ............................................................................................ 4

9.1.1 General...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

9.1.2 Other information ........................................................................................................................................................... 4

9.2 Information on the test .................................................................................................................................................................... 4

Annex A (informative) Example test method ............................................................................................................................................... 5

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................15

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Foreword

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The committee responsible for this document is ISO/TC 71, Concrete, reinforced concrete and pre-

stressed concrete, Subcommittee SC 7, Maintenance and repair of concrete structures.

A list of all parts in the ISO 16774 series can be found on the ISO website.
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Introduction

ISO/TR 16475 outlines six basic properties and the required performance levels of water-leakage repair

materials, and ISO/TS 16774-1 through ISO/TS 16774-6 provide test methods designed to evaluate the

respective properties of these repair materials.

These test methods are intended to serve as references for nations that have not yet developed a test

method on the six proposed required performance properties of water leakage repair materials. If other

forms of test methods that are simpler, more accurate or more organized are available, such methods

are recommended for use instead.

Many of the dependent variables outlined in the ISO 16774 series of reference test methods are subject

to change in accordance with the environmental conditions (temperature; chemical substance and

concentration; relative humidity; width of movement activity; water pressure or water flow velocity,

etc.) outlined in the standards and testing parameters used in respective countries.

In ISO/TS 16774-1, ISO/TS 16774-5 and ISO/TS 16774-6, for the purpose of objectively comparing the

performance of injected repair materials, artificial cracks of same volume were used to control the

usage of repair materials for each testing cycle and enable repetition of the same test methods under

the same conditions.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ISO/TS 16774-6:2017(E)
Test methods for repair materials for water-leakage cracks
in underground concrete structures —
Part 6:
Test method for response to the substrate movement
1 Scope

This document specifies a laboratory test method for evaluating the substrate (crack) movement

response of water-leakage crack repair materials through permeability testing.

The repair material injected into a test specimen with an artificial crack undergoes simulated

movements normally caused by thermal expansion, settlement and vibrations in leakage cracks found

in concrete structures under the applied conditions outlined in different national testing parameters

that reflect different environmental conditions. As such, the results are only intended to provide a

comparative performance evaluation of the waterproofing repair materials between different products

of the same type of repair material.

This document outlines general guidelines and procedures for the test method. Specific variables that

control the quantifiable parameters of the testing are filled in using relevant national standardizations

and/or testing parameters.

NOTE 1 This test method classifies and categorizes materials that are tested into families of similar properties

for the purpose of making relative comparisons with the data results.

NOTE 2 Each individual repair material can be further tested in an actual construction site application for a

complete assessment.
2 Normative reference

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

ISO/TR 16475, Guidelines for the repair of water-leakage cracks in concrete structures

3 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO/TR 16475 and the

following apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

— IEC Electropedia: available at http:// www .electropedia .org/
— ISO Online browsing platform: available at http:// www .iso .org .obp
3.1
repair material

material used for preventing the escape of water at cracks in concrete

EXAMPLE Injection type grouts, such as synthetic rubberized asphalt, mastic, urethane, poly-urea, etc.

Note 1 to entry: In this document, target ingredients are limited to injection materials outlined in ISO/TR 16475.

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4 Principle

Response to loss, deterioration and other physical changes by the behavioral movement of leakage crack

(such as crack movements caused by thermal shrinkage and expansions, differential settlement, and/or

vibrations) is one of the fundamental properties that water leakage repair materials should possess. To

evaluate the leakage crack repair material’s responsiveness to substrate movement, this test method

uses two separate procedures: 1) a substrate movement test method and 2) a permeability test method.

The test specimen with an artificial crack is injected with repair material, and the specimen goes

through an induced tensile/compressive stress test for a specified number of cycles using a substrate

movement simulating apparatus, such as a Universal Testing Machine (UTM). To evaluate whether the

repair material loses its waterproofing property due to tensile/compressive stress (substrate/crack

movement), the specimen goes through water permeability test for the last stage of the test method.

5 Apparatus

5.1 Substrate movement apparatus, which must be able to exert a cycle of predetermined width of

compressive and tensile force per one minute.
NOTE A Universal Testing Machine (UTM) is recommended for this testing method.

5.2 Air compressor, which should be able to handle minimum air pressure value of 0,1 N/mm to

0,3 N/mm .

5.3 Permeability test chamber, which should be able to handle minimum water pressure value of

2 2
0,1 N/mm to 0,3 N/mm (output method).

NOTE Conditions outlined in 5.2 and 5.3 are subject to change in accordance to different national testing

parameters and requirements.
6 Preparation of the test specimen and artificial crack conditions

1) Two separate concrete or mortar substrate parts should be cured to form a water-leakage crack

test specimen. The parts consist of upper and bottom parts, and they should be flat and cylindrical

in shape and made using concrete or mortar.

NOTE The mix proportion is (water: cement: fine aggregate = 1: 2: 6, mass ratio). The curing period for

the mortar or concrete substrate parts is approximately 72 hours, but subject to change in accordance to

different national testing parameters and requirements.

2) The bottom substrate is drilled with evenly spaced holes (Ø2,5 mm) near the centre of the substrate.

The pinholes shall be drilled all the way through from one surface of the substrate part to the other.

NOTE The purpose of these pinholes is to check for signs of leakage during repair material injection and

during permeability testing.

3. Spacers are placed on one surface of the bottom substrate part without covering the pinholes, and

the upper substrate part is placed on top of the spacers. The substrate parts, now having formed

the test specimen with the artificial crack, is held together with tape, silicone sealants or other

applicable materials along the exterior side. The spacer height represents the width of the crack

and can vary depending on the different national testing parameters and requirements.

NOTE Any material can be used to hold the two substrate parts together with a crack space in between,

but should leave an inlet in one side for material injection.

4. The injection space should be flushed out with water before injecting the repair material to remove

any debris as well as to verify that the interior mortar surface is sufficiently wet for repair material

injection. After making sure the substrate parts are held together tightly, place the test specimen

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under water for a specified amount of time. After taking the specimen out of the water, inject the

repair material into the specimen crack space.

The injection method varies according to different national testing parameters and requirements.

If manufacturer’s instructions are available, this method is recommended instead. If debris and

other substances are present they should be cleared prior to material injection.
7 Procedure
7.1 Substrate behaviour stress test

1) Once the test specimens have been injected with the repair materials and taken out of the water

after the specified duration, attach the fixing bolt to the upper substrate that will connect to the jig

on the substrate movement apparatus (Universal Testing Machine).
2) Place the test specimen on the substrate movement apparatus.
3) Run the substrate movement test.

NOTE The substrate movement simulation test will consist of applying tensile and compressive stress

on the test specimen through repeated cycles of induced motion. The apparatus jig will pull on t

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