Crash-Tested Repair Method

Joints & Repair Method

In many cases in-situ concrete barriers need to be repaired, extended or connected to existing objects. The EP series offers patented joint solutions to safely eliminate all those weak points. DELTABLOC® was the first provider of an EN 1317 tested joint and repair method with containment level H2.

  • EP-EOS end-of-shift joint
  • EP-CJO construction joint to objects
  • EP-REP repair method

EP-EOS

End-of-Shift Joint

In-situ concrete safety barriers require "end-of-shift" construction joints every 200 to 400m. DELTABLOC® overcomes this weak point with the introduction of the reinforced joint solution EP-EOS. It ensures reliable breakthrough protection at containment level H2 – tested according to EN 1317.

The EP series is the first in-situ concrete barrier with crash tested “end-of-shift joints”.

EP-CJO

Construction Joint to Objects

In many cases in-situ concrete barriers need to be connected to existing objects such as tunnel portals or foundations for gantries and signs.

The EP-CJO safely connects the EP series to rigid objects.

EP-REP

Repair Method

After any repair work the restored safety barrier must again ensure the full safety performance as originally tested. DELTABLOC® was the first provider of a crash tested repair method.

The EP-REP ensures that the barrier provides full safety performance even after significant repair works.

All weak points eliminated

patented reliability on cold joints

DELTABLOC® sets the safety standard with a holistic view on the whole production process.

no improvisation on site 
no delays by trial and error
safe procedures

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