Joint Fill

Save your joints. Save your money.

Unfilled joints are susceptible to impact damage from forklift wheels, pallet trucks and other rolling equipment. It won’t take long before you notice the spalls and deterioration that results in splinters, chips and other harmful debris.

Whether for construction, shrinkage or isolation joints, filling your joints with a joint fill that meets your operational requirements increases both protection and support.

Protection saves the leading edge of your slab joints from perpendicular impact damage caused by wheeled traffic. Support is provided when the joint fill is installed to full depth, allowing a momentary load transfer to the new shelf that’s been established within the joint.