Concrete (deterioration)

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Sulphate attack can cause serious damage to brickwork and concrete, creating expansive forces that are, or can be, sufficient to disrupt mortar and create significant expansion, bowing and cracking of concrete floor slabs together with related collateral damage. The salts of gypsum, magnesium sulphate and sodium sulphate are all water soluble...

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