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TABLE OF CONTENTSDIVISION 1700MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALSPAGESECTION1701 – BEARINGS AND PADS FOR STRUCTURES . 1700-11702 – CALCIUM CHLORIDE . 1700-31703 – ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL EQUIPMENT . 1700-41704 – WARNING LIGHTS . 1700-71705 – EPOXY-RESIN-BASE BONDING SYSTEMS FOR CONCRETE . 1700-81706 – ABUTMENT STRIP DRAIN . 1700-111707 – MANHOLE STEPS. 1700-131708 – BRIDGE BACKWALL PROTECTION SYSTEM . 1700-141709 – SUBSTRUCTURE WATERPROOFING . 1700-161710 – GEOTEXTILE FABRIC . 1700-181711 – GABIONS . 1700-191712 – NON- METALLIC DRUMS AND CONICAL PORTABLE DELINEATORS . 1700-201713 – INERTIAL BARRIER SYSTEM AND REPLACEMENT MODULES. 1700-221714 – CEMENTITIOUS GROUT. 1700-231715 – CONCRETE MASONRY COATING . 1700-241716 – RAPID-SET CONCRETE PATCHING MATERIAL. 1700-251717 – PRECAST PANEL BEDDING MATERIALS . 1700-261718 – BOND-BREAKER FOR PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT DOWEL BARS . 1700-271719 – RELEASE COMPOUND FOR ASPHALT MIXES. 1700-291720 – MODULAR EXPANSION DEVICES . 1700-301721 – FABRIC TROUGH . 1700-311722 – FIBROUS REINFORCEMENT FOR CONCRETE . 1700-321723 – NON-METALLIC OFFSET BLOCKS FOR GUARDRAIL. 1700-331724 – SILICONE RUBBER SURFACE CRACK SEALANT . 1700-351725 – ADA-COMPLIANT RAMP PANELS . 1700-37

1701 - BEARINGS AND PADS FOR STRUCTURESSECTION 1701BEARINGS AND PADS FOR STRUCTURES1701.1 DESCRIPTIONThis specification covers the following types of pads and bearings for use on bridge seats: Plain Elastomeric Pads Steel Reinforced Elastomeric Bearings PTFE/Elastomeric Sliding Bearings Steel Bearings Pot Bearings Disc Bearings Spherical Bearings1701.2 REQUIREMENTSa. General. Use only one type of pad throughout any one structure, unless otherwise noted in the ContractDocuments.Provide the type(s) of bearings shown in the Contract Documents.Provide pads or bearings that comply with the Bearings section requirements of AASHTO’s LRFD BridgeDesign Specifications and LRFD Bridge Construction Specifications.b. Plain Elastomeric Pads. Provide a virgin neoprene (Polychloroprene) pad. A Shore A Durometerhardness of 60 5 and an AASHTO low temperature grade 3 elastomer is required, unless shown otherwise in theContract Documents. Leveling pads used in Continuous Prestressed Beam Bridges are exempt from the lowtemperature grade requirements.c. Steel Reinforced Elastomeric Bearings. Provide a virgin neoprene (polychloroprene) elastomer. AShore A Durometer hardness of 60 5 and an AASHTO low temperature grade 3 elastomer is required, unlessshown otherwise in the Contract Documents. Additional testing associated with Design Method B is required.Provide laminates for the bearings that comply with ASTM A 36, AASHTO M 270 (ASTM A 709) Grade36, ASTM A 1011 SS Grade 36 or A 1008 SS Grade 40, unless otherwise specified in the Contract Documents.d. PTFE/Elastomeric Sliding Bearings. Provide an elastomeric portion satisfying subsection 1701.2(c).Provide a sliding surface for the PTFE that is chromium-nickel stainless steel sheet or plate that complieswith ASTM A 240, UNS S31600 or UNS S30400. Polish the surface to an 8 micro-inch RMS (#8 mirror) finish.Provide special bearing quality polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) unfilled sheets having a static loadingcoefficient of friction of not more than 0.03 at a bearing pressure of 3.0 ksi or greater and a temperature of 68 F.e. Steel Bearings. Face the bearing surfaces of the bearings as required by DIVISION 700.When specified on the Contract Documents, provide structural steel that is hot dip galvanized inaccordance with ASTM A 123.When specified on the Contract Documents, paint the surfaces of the bearings as required by DIVISION700.f. Anchor Bolts. Provide Type I or II anchor bolts that comply with DIVISION 1600. When specified onthe Contract Documents, provide anchor bolts, nuts, and washers that have been hot dip galvanized in accordancewith ASTM A 153.1701.3 TEST METHODSAs specified in the various AASHTO and ASTM standards cited in this specification.1700-1

1701 - BEARINGS AND PADS FOR STRUCTURES1701.4 PREQUALIFICATIONNone required.1701.5 BASIS OF ACCEPTANCEa. Plain Elastomeric Pads. Receipt and approval of a Type D certification as specified in DIVISION2600.b. Bearings (all types except Steel) Accepted on the basis of the following: Receipt and approval of a Type B certification as specified in DIVISION 2600 Visual inspection for condition and compliance with the shop drawings by the Field Engineer at theproject site.c. Steel Bearings. Accepted on the basis of the following: Receipt and approval of a Type A certification as specified in DIVISION 2600 for all steelcomponents provided through this specification. Visual inspection for compliance with the shop drawings and fabrication requirements of SECTION703 at either the point of production, at the bridge fabricator’s facility, or at the project site, asdetermined by the Field Engineer.1700-2

1702 - CALCIUM CHLORIDESECTION 1702CALCIUM CHLORIDE1702.1 DESCRIPTIONThis specification covers calcium chloride to be added to bases or surfaces as a stabilizer or dust palliative.1702.2 REQUIREMENTSa. Provide calcium chloride that complies with AASHTO M 144 with the exception that “ImpuritiesContent” does not apply. Supply one of the types listed below:(1) Type S (Flake, pellet or granule)(a) Grade 1 (77% CaCl2)(b) Grade 2 (90% CaCl2)(2) Type L (Liquid)b. Base the application rate used in the Contract Documents on Type S, Grade 2 calcium chloride. Increasethe rate by 20% when using Grade 1. Calculate the application rate of Type L based on the concentration of thematerial supplied.1702.3 TEST METHODSSample and test according to the applicable provisions of AASHTO T 143.1702.4 PREQUALIFICATIONNot required.1702.5 BASIS OF ACCEPTANCEa. Receipt and approval of a Type D certification as specified in DIVISION 2600.concentration of CaCl2 if certifying a Type L material.b. Satisfactory performance in the field.1700-3Include the

1703 - ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL EQUIPMENTSECTION 1703ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL EQUIPMENT1703.1 DESCRIPTIONThis specification covers general materials, electrical conduit and miscellaneous hardware for highwaylighting and traffic signal systems. Construct these systems in accordance with, and at locations indicated in theContract Documents or designated by the Engineer.1703.2 REQUIREMENTSa. General Materials. Whether the installation involves a single Contract or tied contracts, use a singlemanufacturer when purchasing all major items of electrical equipment to be used on the project(s). Make allattempts to maintain the same type and consistency of products to promote uniformity, singular responsibility andserviceability. Provide equipment that is new, the best standard product of a manufacturer regularly engaged in theproduction of this type of equipment, the manufacturer's latest approved design and of best quality andworkmanship.Provide a complete lighting/traffic signal system. Provide and install all equipment necessary for thecomplete and satisfactory operation of the lighting/traffic signal system whether specifically mentioned or not.b. Electrical Conduit.(1) Metallic Conduit and Fittings. Provide a rigid steel conduit suitable for use as a raceway for wires orcables of an electrical system. Comply with all requirements of American National Standards Institute (ANSI)C80.1. Protect the exterior surface with a metallic zinc coating and on the interior surface with zinc, enamel orother equivalent corrosion resistant coating. Metallic conduit fittings are to be zinc coated and comply with ANSIC80.4.(2) Nonmetallic Conduit and Fittings.(a) Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Conduit. Provide a Schedule 40 or Schedule 80 rigid polyvinylchloride conduit complying with the latest edition of the National Electrical ManufacturingAssociation (NEMA) Standard TC-2. Comply with NEMA Standard TC-3 on all PVC conduitfittings. Fabricate from polyvinyl chloride having the same chemical and physical properties asthe conduit, which is made in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.Underwriters, Inc. (UL) labels are required on all conduit and fittings.(b) Polyethylene Conduit. Provide a smooth wall, Schedule 40 or Schedule 80, high-densitypolyethylene duct complying with NEMA Standard TC-7.(3) Supply conduits complying with the dimensional requirements shown in the Contract Documents.c. Miscellaneous Hardware. Hot dip galvanize or electroplate with zinc or cadmium all miscellaneoushardware such as bolts, nuts, washers, studs, pins, terminals, springs and similar fastenings in accordance with thefollowing requirements:(1) Hot Dipped Galvanized. Comply with to requirements stated in ASTM A 153. Complying with therequirements stated under Class C or D for threaded fittings.(2) Electroplated Articles. Provide sufficient coating to complying with ASTM B 633.1703.3 TEST METHODSFor hot dipped galvanized materials, determine acceptable coating thickness as stated in ASTM A 90,ASTM B 499 or methods stated in ASTM B 633.For electroplated articles, measure thickness by any one of the methods specified in ASTM B 633 and, inaddition, by eddy current techniques. The eddy current methods, ASTM B 244 may be utilized providedappropriate calibration procedures and standards have been applied. The ASTM B 659 provides a guide to thesemethods. The magnetic methods of ASTM B 499, referenced in ASTM B 633, and eddy current techniques arenondestructive and are preferred.1700-4

1703 - ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL EQUIPMENT1703.4 PREQUALIFICATIONa. Traffic Signals. Prequalification or preapproval by the Bureau of Traffic Engineering is required of allmaterials stated in the Contract Document’s Bill of Materials before use on KDOT projects. Upon approval by theBureau of Traffic Engineering, the material will be added to the prequalified list of materials maintained by theBureau of Materials and Research. When a manufacturer or supplier is intending to supply traffic signal materialsunder these specifications, proceed as follows:(1) Submit an original catalog cut, shop drawing, drawing and/or data sheets on the material.(2) Send a signed certification letter from the manufacturer or fabricator certifying that the materialcomplies with the applicable specifications. Submit this information to:KDOTBureau of Traffic EngineeringEisenhower State Office Building700 SW Harrison StreetTopeka, Kansas 66603-3754b. Lighting. Not Applicable.1703.5 BASIS OF ACCEPTANCEAcceptance of material provided under this specification will be based on the following:a. Traffic Signals.(1) Prequalification for traffic signal materials as specified in subsection 1703.4.(2) Traffic Signal Materials List: Before the installation of traffic signals, submit for the approval of theEngineer a complete list of traffic signal materials proposed for installation. Submit the list as soon as practicable.Include items on the list for all quantities which are indicated in the Bill of Materials. Include the make, model andother descriptive data as may be required by the Engineer to identify the product. Sign the list certifying that theproject-provided materials fulfill the requirements above. The Engineer will compare the items on the traffic signalmaterials list to the prequalified list. If all of the items match, the Engineer will sign the traffic signal materials listattesting that the materials are approved for use on the project. Forward a copy of the list to each of the following:Bureau Chief of Materials and Research, Bureau Chief of Traffic Engineering, and the maintaining agency’s contactperson indicated in the Contract Documents.In the event the Contractor wishes to provide any item that is not on the prequalified list, provide theEngineer with the information for prequalification per subsection 1703.4. Forward this information to the Bureauof Traffic Engineering for review and approval, along with possible addition to the prequalified list.(3) Electrical conduit: Receipt and approval of a Type D certification as specified in DIVISION 2600 andvisual inspection for condition and compliance with dimensional or other requirements.(4) Structural steel poles and mast arms:(a) Receipt and approval of a copy of the certified mill test reports for each heat or lot of materialshowing process of manufacture and compliance with chemical and physical requirements of theapplicable specifications. Submit these reports to the Engineer of Tests.(b) Satisfactory results of tests performed at destination to determine the weight of the zinccoating.(c) Provide detailed shop drawings on all poles from the traffic signal pole manufacturer. Includedrawings of the poles, mast arm and luminaire arm (on combination poles) dimensions, armattachment details, handhole details, and anchor bolt details. Include the signal weight, projectedareas and mounting arrangement the poles are designed to accommodate. Submit designcalculations along with the shop drawings. Approved shop drawings will be included on theprequalified list.For traffic signal poles that are not covered by the approved manufacturer’s standard shopdrawings, submit 3 copies of the detailed shop drawings, along with the design calculations to theEngineer for approval by the Bureau of Traffic Engineering.(d) Along with the traffic signal materials list, submit the necessary traffic signal pole orderinginformation. The Engineer will review the information for compliance with the plan dimensionsfor pole height, mast arm length/mounting height and luminaire arm length/mounting height.1700-5

1703 - ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL EQUIPMENT(e) Visual inspection at destination for condition, compliance with dimensions and requirementsas indicated by the approved documents.(5) Materials such as ferrous-and non-ferrous metals or other materials are governed by other sections ofthese specifications.b. Lighting.(1) Electrical conduit: Receipt and approval of a Type D certification as specified in DIVISION 2600 andvisual inspection for condition and compliance with dimensional or other requirements.(2) Structural steel poles and mast arms:(a) Receipt and approval of a copy of the certified mill test reports for each heat or lot of materialshowing process of manufacture and compliance with chemical and physical requirements of theapplicable specifications. Submit these reports to the Engineer of Tests.(b) Satisfactory results of test performed at destination to determine the mass of the zinc coating.(c) Visual inspection at destination for condition and compliance with dimensions or otherrequirements.(3) Materials such as ferrous-and non-ferrous metals or other materials are governed by other sections ofthese specifications.(4) Materials for electric lighting installations not covered elsewhere in these specifications are shown inthe Contract Documents. Base acceptance of these materials on the following:(a) Approval of shop drawings, catalog cuts, brand names or other requirements as shown in theContract Documents. Submit 7 copies of all catalog cuts, shop drawings, etc. to the followingaddress for approval:KDOTBureau of Traffic EngineeringEisenhower State Office Building700 SW Harrison StreetTopeka, Kansas 66603-3754(b) Visual inspection at destination for condition and compliance with requirements as indicatedby the approved documents.1700-6

1704 – WARNING LIGHTSSECTION 1704WARNING LIGHTS1704.1 DESCRIPTIONThis specification covers warning lights for use on traffic control devices.1704.2 REQUIREMENTSa. General. Provide warning lights of the type or types shown in the Contract Documents and complyingwith the latest edition of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), Part VI, Warning Lights andthe Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Purchase Specification for Flashing and Steady Burn WarningLights.Clearly mark the manufacturer’s name, type and model number on the outside of each unit used on theproject.Provide lights that comply with the crashworthy criteria contained in the testing and acceptance guidelinesof the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 350.b. Batteries. Use batteries that are recommended by the light manufacturer. Replace batteries when theyno longer provide satisfactory performance as determined by the Engineer.1704.3 TEST METHODSAs specified in ITE Purchase Specification for Flashing and Steady Burn Warning Lights.Test lights as specified by NCHRP Report 350.1704.4 PREQUALIFICATIONSupply test data from an approved testing laboratory for each type and model of warning light showingcompliance with the specification. Submit test results, along with the brand, model and type of warning light to theEngineer of Tests. Requalify any unit that has been modified or changed in such a way as to affect the performanceof the unit. Submit a NCHRP Report 350 crashworthy certification to the Engineer of Tests.The Bureau of Materials and Research will maintain a list of prequalified warning lights.1704.5 BASIS OF ACCEPTANCEPrequalification as specified in subsection 1704.4.Receipt and approval of a Type C certification as specified in DIVISION 2600.Satisfactory performance in the field.1700-7

1705 – EPOXY-RESIN-BASE BONDING SYSTEMS FOR CONCRETESECTION 1705EPOXY-RESIN-BASE BONDING SYSTEMS FOR CONCRETE1705.1 DESCRIPTIONThis specification covers two-component, epoxy-resin bonding systems for application to portland cementconcrete, which are able to cure under humid conditions and bond to damp surfaces, and comply with the AASHTOM 235 (ASTM C 881).a. Seven types of systems are covered by this specification.(1) Type I - For use in non-load bearing applications for bonding hardened concrete to hardened concreteand other materials, and as a binder in epoxy mortars or epoxy concretes.(2) Type II - For use in non-load bearing applications for bonding freshly mixed concrete to hardenedconcrete.(3) Type III - For use in bonding skid-resistant materials to hardened concrete, and as a binder in epoxymortars or epoxy concretes used on traffic bearing surfaces (or surfaces subject to thermal or mechanicalmovements).(4) Type III Overlay- For use in multi-layer polymer concrete overlay, and as a binder in epoxy mortars orepoxy concretes used on traffic bearing surfaces (or surfaces subject to thermal or mechanical movements).(5) Type IV - For use in load bearing applications for bonding hardened concrete to hardened concrete andother materials, and as a binder for epoxy mortars and concrete.(6) Type V - For use in load bearing applications for bonding freshly mixed concrete to hardened concrete.(7) Type VI - For bonding and sealing segmental pre-cast elements with internal tendons and span-by-spanerection when temporary post tensioning is applied.(8) Type VII - For use as a non-stress carrying sealer for segmental pre-cast elements when temporary posttensioning is not applied as in span-by-span erection.b. Three grades of systems are covered by this specification.(1) Grade 1 - Low viscosity (0-2.0 Pa)(2) Grade 2 - Medium viscosity (2.0-10 Pa)(3) Grade 3 - Non-sagging consistency.c. Classes A, B, and C are defined for Types I through V, and Classes D, E, and F are defined for Types VIand VII, according to the range of temperatures for which they are suitable. The temperature in question is usuallythat of the surface of the hardened concrete to which the bonding system is to be applied. This temperature may beconsiderably different from that of the air. Where unusual curing rates are desired, it is possible to use a class ofbonding agent at a temperature other than that for which it is normally intended. For example, a Class A systemwill cure rapidly at room temperature. Any deviation of this sort must be approved by the Engineer beforeapplication. Classes are defined as follows:(1) Class A - For use below 40ºF. The lowest allowable temperature is defined by the manufacturer of theproduct.(2) Class B - For use between 40 and 60ºF.(3) Class C - For use above 60ºF. The highest allowable temperature is defined by the manufacturer of theproduct.(4) Class D - For use between 40 and 65ºF.(5) Class E - For use between 60 and 80ºF.(6) Class F - For use between 75 and 90ºF.1705.2 REQUIREMENTSProvide material that complies with AASHTO M 235 (ASTM C 881), is the type and grade specified in theContract Documents, and is the class appropriate for the temperature at the time of use, as designated by themanufacturer.1700-8

1705 – EPOXY-RESIN-BASE BONDING SYSTEMS FOR CONCRETEFor Type III Overlay, Grade 1 or 2, 100 percent solids, thermosetting, moisture-insensitive epoxy, thatcomplies with AASHTO M 235 (ASTM C 881), with the following exceptions in TABLE 1705-1:TABLE 1705-1: ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TYPE III OVERLAY EPOXYPropertyRequirementTest MethodViscosity7-25 poisesASTM D2393, Brookfield RVT, Spindle No. 3 at 20 RPMGel Time15-45 min.ASTM C 881, para. 11.2.1 modified, 50 to 100 ml sample.Compressive Strength*, 3 hr. 1000 psi min.ASTM C 109, w/ plastic insertsCompressive Strength*, 24 hr. 5000 psi min.ASTM C 109, w/ plastic insertsTensile Strength, 7day2000-5000 psiASTM D 638Elongation, 7 days30-70 percentASTM D 638Adhesive Strength, 24 hr.250 psi min.ACI 503R, Appendix A*Mixed with aggregate.1705.3 TEST METHODSAs specified in AASHTO M 235 (ASTM C 881).1705.4 PREQUALIFICATIONa. All epoxy resin systems intended for use under this specification must be prequalified on the basis ofType, Grade and Class prior to use. Manufacturers desiring to supply material for KDOT jobs must submit awritten request to the Bureau Chief of Materials and Research, with the following information for each type andbrand name:(1) Name, address and telephone number of the manufacturer. Include the name of the preferred contactperson.(2) Brand name of the material.(3) Type, Grade and Class of the material.(4) Information regarding recommended usage and application instructions.(5) Material Safety Data Sheets.(6) One copy of a certified test report prepared by a laboratory regularly inspected by the Cement andConcrete Reference Laboratory (CCRL) of the National Institute of Standards Technology or other approvedreference laboratory, showing test results complying with AASHTO M 235 (ASTM C 881). Include evidence thatthe laboratory is inspected regularly.(7) For Type III Overlay Epoxy, include a Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometry (FTIR) spectrumin transmittance mode and a bulk sample of each component tested. All data will be maintained as confidential andused only for QA/QC purposes.(8) For Self-contained Epoxy Systems, provide 6 samples for testing at MRC.All liquid components will be “fingerprinted” using infrared spectroscopy for use in screening futureverification samples to verify that materials submitted for use are of an identical formulation as originally approved.b. The information and test reports will be reviewed by the Bureau Chief of Materials and Research. Themanufacturer will be advised as to whether or not the product is prequalified.For Type III Overlay Epoxy, prequalification is dependent upon a three-year satisfactory performance inthe field. Proof or performance at non-KDOT projects in Kansas may be submitted to show satisfactoryperformance history in Kansas.c. The Bureau of Materials and Research will maintain a list of prequalified epoxy resin systems. Productswill remain prequalified as long as the formulation and manufacturing processes remain unchanged, and fieldexperience indicates that the material functions appropriately. Changes in formulation or manufacturing processeswill require new prequalification testing. Failure of the material to function appropriately in the field will be causefor removal of the product from prequalified status. Products removed from prequalified status will be consideredfor requalification if the manufacturer can provide evidence that the cause of failure has been positively identified,1700-9

1705 – EPOXY-RESIN-BASE BONDING SYSTEMS FOR CONCRETEand necessary formulation changes and quality control measures have been implemented to eliminate that cause.Complete prequalification testing may be required for products that have been removed from prequalified status.d. Verification samples will be taken and forwarded to the MRC for testing. Failure of such samples tocomply with the specification requirements may be cause for removal of the product from prequalified status.1705.5 BASIS OF ACCEPTANCEPrequalification as specified in subsection 1705.4.Receipt and approval of a Type C certification as specified in DIVISION 2600.Observation of performance at the project to verify that the epoxy is effective for the specified purpose.For Type III Overlay, the Engineer will accept the epoxy on the basis of the certified laboratory report, andthe Infrared Spectrum analysis of the field samples.1700-10

1706 – ABUTMENT STRIP DRAINSECTION 1706ABUTMENT STRIP DRAIN1706.1 DESCRIPTIONThe abutment strip drain is a prefabricated geocomposite system used to provide drainage behind abutmentbackwalls, wing walls, retaining walls or under slopes.1706.2 REQUIREMENTSa. General. The system is preformed using a lightweight, high impact polymeric core with an attachedgeotextile (filter fabric). The composite polymer core is bonded to the geotextile at intervals not exceeding 1 1/8inch in any direction. The preformed system permits the flow of water through the core. The geotextile fabric isthermal (heat) bonded or fungicide glue bonded to the polymeric core. The composite product sheets or rolls have aminimum width of 3 feet with a minimum area of 40 square feet. Store and handle the system in accordance withmanufacturer's recommendations, except that in no case may geotextile be exposed to direct sunlight, ultravioletrays, temperature greater than 140ºF, mud, dirt, dust, and debris. Do not use any core section that becomes torn orpunctured. All material delivered to the project must meet or exceed the physical requirements based on minimumaverage roll or sheet values in TABLE 1706-1.TABLE 1706-1: COMPOSITE SYSTEM PROPERTIESPropertyRequirementTest MethodThickness (mils)250 min., 500 maxASTM D 1777Peel Strength (lbs/ft)5 minimumASTM D 1876Transmissivity (gals/min/ft)at hydraulic gradient of 1.0 and10 minimumASTM D 4716minimum normal stress of ½ the crushstrength of the core.b. Core. The core is a lightweight polymer plastic composition of either polystyrene, polyethylene,polypropylene, or PVC, with a convexity structure and complies with TABLE 1706-2.TABLE 1706-2:PropertyStd. Crush Strength:Wall Drain (lbs/sq ft)Slope Drain (lbs/sq ft)Deflections (%)Thickness (mils)CORE PROPERTIESRequirementTest MethodMin. 10,000Min. 18,000Max. 20Min. 230ASTM D 1621ASTM D 1621ASTM D 1621ASTM D 1777c. Geotextile Filter Fabric. Provide fabric that complies with AASHTO M 288 for subsurface drainagegeotextiles with properties for Class 2 geotextile with elongation greater than or equal to 50%, and percent in-situsoil passing the No. 200 sieve of greater than 50%.NOTE: Use backfill soils with a liquid limit less than 50.1706.3 TEST METHODSTest the composite and individual components according to the standards cited in subsection 1706.2.1700-11

1706 – ABUTMENT STRIP DRAIN1706.4 PREQUALIFICATIONFor prequalification, supply samples of the finished product from production to the KDOT Engineer ofTests for testing and evaluation. Submit separate samples of the core material and the filter fabric. All samplesmust be 10 feet long by nominal roll width. Submit a manufacturer’s or independent laboratory test reportaddressing the properties in subsection 1706.2.When it becomes available, test results for the product will be accepted from the AASHTO NationalTransportation Product Evaluation Program (NTPEP) without submitting samples. Forward an official copy of thetest report to t

1701 - BEARINGS AND PADS FOR STRUCTURES 1701.4 PREQUALIFICATION None required. 1701.5 BASIS OF ACCEPTANCE a. Plain Elastomeric Pads.Receipt and approval