Have you used BEJS in any other applications?
Yes. BEJS has been used in new and repair applications in substrates including: metal angles both sides, metal angle one side with other side rebuilt; replaced bolt-down with blockout filled with Emcrete; joint rebuilt with concrete or patching material; join edges rebuilt with Emcrete elastomeric nosing material; newly formed joints in poured concrete; etc. See the Case Studies below for some examples. In addition, BEJS has been adopted as a standard in many DOT’s for strip-seal gland replacement and as a durable way to seal the joint opening below asphaltic plug joints as follows:
Replace Failed Strip Seal Rubber with BEJS
Asphaltic Plug Joint Seal
Expansion joints often leak when they transition to a curb or parapet wall, how does BEJS handle this?
Continuity of seal through changes in plane make BEJS an essential performance differentiator. EMSEAL is the first company to warrant curb and parapet wall corner transitions to be watertight with factory fabricated assemblies. Read more here.
What if there isn’t a curb or wall and the joint terminates at the end of the deck?
That is a concern and the reason why EMSEAL designed the BEJS Kickout termination which is intended to direct water off the end of the expansion joint and beyond the pier. It functions as a drip edge. Read more here. Read More Here.