ProSpec C-1107 Construction Grout is a non-shrink mixture of hydraulic cement, aggregate and additives. 7 days 8,000 psi (55.2 MPa) 7,250 psi (50.0 MPa) 6,500 psi (44.8 MPa) 28 days 9,500 psi (65.5 MPa) 8,500 psi (58.6 MPa) 7,500 psi (51.7 MPa) ASTM C 827 Standard Test Methods for Measuring Changes in Height at Early Ages of Cylindrical

Get priceState-of-the-Art Report on High-Strength Concrete Reported by ACI Committee 363 Henry G. Russell Chairman Arthur R. Anderson concrete with 6000 and 7500 psi (41 and 52 MPa) com-pressive strengths were used commercially. In the early determined at 7, 28, 56, and 91 days. The effect of

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Get priceLow 28 Day Compression Strength NOW WHAT? Preparing for the Concrete Placement 60-80 deg. F 6000 psi 68-78 deg. F 6000 psi Time on-site up to 48 hrs. than 4 hours Specification 2461.3.G.5 Time period less than 7 days Laboratory Testing Certified Lab / Calibrated Equipment Final Curing ASTM C31 Testing C39 or C78

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Get priceEVALUATION OF A CHEMICAL TECHNIQUE TO DETERMINE WATER AND CEMENT CONTENT OF FRESH CONCRETE mately 3,000, 4,500, and 6,000-psi (20.7, 31.0, and 41.4-MPa) concretes. A standard The test procedure consisted of obtaining a water-cement content test sample from the same concrete that was used to prepare standard quality control cylinders. A

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