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1 Concrete shall be within the permissible slump for a period of 30 minutes starting from the arrival at the jobsite or a

2 Slump tolerance (+,- 1.5 in for 3 in. slump or less; +,- 2.5 in. for more than 3 in)
3 Air content tolerance (+,- 1.5%)
4 Measure cement by mass (+,- 1% for large batches; +,- 4% for small batches)
5 Measure aggregate by mass (+,- 1% for large batches; +,- 3% for small batches)
6 Measure water by mass or volume (+,- 3% for total; +,- 1% for added water)
7 Measure admixtures by mass or volume (+,- 3%)
8 Provide separate bins for each aggregate
9 Check accuracy of scales
10 Do not exceed 63% of drum for truck mixed and 80% of drum for central mixed
11 Mixing time is 1 minute for the first 1 cu.m. plus 15 s for each additional cu.m.
12 Minimum temperature shall be 13 C for less than 300 mm sections, 10 C for 300 to 900 mm, 7 C for 900 to 1800, 5 C
13 Maximum temperature shall be 32 C
14 Batch plant ticket
15 Take samples every pouring date at a frequency of every 115 cu.m.
16 Strength test results shall not exceed 500 psi below the specified fc'
17 Concrete uniformity test
a Coarse aggregate content
b Air Free Mortar Unit weight
18 Segregate coarse and fine aggregates
19 Avoid letting heavy equipment climb stockpiles to avoid having dirt on stockpiles
20 Provide windbreakers for fine aggregates
21 Cement shall be stored on pallets for a storage period of less than 60 days in 14 layers
22 Concrete shall be transported for 30 minutes or 70 to 100 revolutions
23 Concrete shall not exceed 1 1/2 hr or 300 revolutions
om the arrival at the jobsite or after the initial slump adjustment

900 mm, 7 C for 900 to 1800, 5 C for 1800