Category Archives: Post Tension

Video : Pre-pour of Post-Tensioned Concrete Loading Dock

Repairs to mildly-reinforced concrete and asphalt loading dock driveway.  AMSYSCO used post-tensioned concrete in order to increase long-term durability of the concrete member.  This loading dock experiences heavy-duty loads from flatbed trucks (over 40,000 lbs) and forklift traffic. (Video from … Continue reading

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Strength of Post-Tensioning

Within the reinforced concrete construction industry, it’s widely known that a 1/2-inch-diameter post-tensioning tendon can hold around 27 kips (120 kN) when in tension. 1 kip equals 1,000 pounds-force and 1 pound-force equals the gravitational force exerted on a mass … Continue reading

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Pinterest Board : Unbonded Post-Tensioning

Check out the AMSYSCO Pinterest page.  Here’s one board on our page titled of “Unbonded Post Tensioning.” Follow AMSYSCO’s board Unbonded Post Tensioning on Pinterest.Copyright © 2015 by AMSYSCO, Inc. All rights reserved.

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