I have a residential Post Tension slab that was poured about 4 weeks ago. The cable stressing was done approximately 2.5 weeks ago but the cables are not cut off and the pockets not grouted yet.
There has been some heavy rain yesterday and now the lower tendon pockets (the ones going down the beam) are completely submerged in water (see 3 picture links below). More rain is scheduled all week . I found some information on this forum about how cable corrosion is one of the main causes for cable failure. I wonder if either the cables themselves or the integrity of the teeth inside the stressing pockets could be affected.
Should I be concerned or this is just a normal/inevitable part of the construction process ?
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