Project Description

The Wabo®Stripseal system is a unique concept for effectively sealing expansion joints in bridges and other structures. It provides a watertight joint sealing system that is capable of accommodating multidirectional movements. The stripseal joint system consists of a heavy-duty extruded or machined shape cast into the structure and fixed with concrete anchor studs. For special conditions, the steel shapes can be configured with and utilise various steel bars, angles or plates as an alternate means of anchorage or attachment to the structure.

Elastomeric seals lock into a machined steel cavity for a watertight connection.

Product Highlights

  • Withstands freeze-thaw cycles
  • Cast-in-place system
  • Watertight
  • Resilient to harsh conditions

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The Wabo®Modular System and Wabo®Stripseal Bridge  were both used in the construction of this iconic landmark in the US.

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The Hoover Dam is an image recognised by British and American’s alike and sitting 900ft above the Colorado River is a four-lane bridge, the first concrete-and-steel composite arch bridge built in the U.S. Officially named the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, it has the widest concrete arch in the Western Hemisphere.