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2.0 Need for Joint Resealing
2.2 Pavement Condition
2.3 Environmental Conditions
2.4 Traffic Conditions
2.5 Determining the Need to Reseal
3.0 Planning and Design
3.1 Primary Considerations
3.2 Objective of Resealing
3.3 Accounting for Existing Conditions
3.4 Selecting a Sealant Material Type
3.5 Selecting Backer Materials
3.6 Selecting Primer Materials
3.7 Selecting Joint Reservoir Dimensions
3.9 Selecting Equipment
3.9.1 Joint Plows
3.9.3 Abrasive Blasting Equipment
3.9.4 Airblasting Equipment
3.9.5 Hot Airblasting Equipment
3.9.6 Backer Rod Installation Tools
3.9.7 Hot-Applied Sealant Installation Equipment
3.9.8 Silicone Sealant Applicators
3.9.9 Other Equipment
3.10 Estimating Material, Labor, and Equipment Requirements
3.11 Determining Cost-Effectiveness
3.11.1 Material and Shipping Costs
3.11.3 Equipment Costs
3.11.4 User Delay Costs
3.11.5 Cost-Effectiveness Comparisons
4.2 Safety Precautions
4.3 Preparing the Joint
4.3.1 Removing the Old Sealant
4.3.2 Refacing the Joint Sidewalls
4.3.4 Airblasting the Joint Reservoir
4.4.1 Installing Backer Rod
4.4.2 Sealant Installation
5.0 Evaluation of Joint Seal Performance
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99146 FHWA Report No.

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