by | Jan 13, 2022 | Industry News

Do not miss the next IACDS webinar if you want to learn how to manage slurry in concrete cutting
IACDS kicks off 2022 with an interesting and necessary educational session. This time, the association researches on types of testing for slurry management in concrete cutting. A field in which the association is also working with the preparation of its next reference publication: the Guide about Slurry Management for concrete drilling and sawing.”

The first webinar of the year will take place next month, on February 24, from 3pm to 4pm (Brussels time, Central European). Mr. Ryan Klacking, SLURRYMONSTER and Mrs. Erin O’Brien, CSDA, will be in charge of this session, in which they will first discuss the purpose of the guide, its development process and the contents to be included in it, to then give way to introduce slurry management in concrete cutting and its types of testing.

Also, in the final part of the webinar, participants will be able to ask questions and make comments to the speakers.

Remember that participation in this webinar is completely free for all attendees, so if you want to assist you just need to register in advance. Registrations are now opened, but for logistical reasons, the number of participants is limited by the platform itself, so come on, do not hesitate and participate!

Type of testing for slurry management in concrete cutting

Thursday, February 24th, 15:00 hours (Brussels time, Central European)
Part 1: Presentation
  • What is IACDS?
  • Why do we do this webinar?
Part 2: Guide for Slurry management in concrete cutting
  • What is it?
  • What is its purpose?
  • How was the elaboration process?
  • What contents does it include?
Part 3: Introduction to Slurry management in concrete cutting
  • How is slurry generated in concrete cutting?
  • How can slurry be managed in concrete cutting?
Part 4: Types of testing for slurry management in concrete cutting
  • What types of testing for slurry management in concrete cutting are available?
  • How can they be used?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of each of them?
  • Case studies
Part 5: Questions and comments from participants