STP266

    Field Experience Using Water-Reducers in Ready-Mixed Concrete

    Published: Jan 1960


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    Abstract

    This paper covers the use of water-reducing admixtures in the design and production of ready-mixed concrete. Specification requirements are evaluated against actual on-job problems. Disadvantages in control of uniformity and some advantages that accrue in summertime use are outlined. Producers who use more than one brand of cement are in some difficulty, and data illustrating this fact are presented. Some dangers inherent in reducing cement content are highlighted with test data of on-job sampled specimens.


    Author Information:

    Howard, EL
    Chief Testing Engineer, Assistant Testing Engineer, District Testing Engineer, Pacific Cement and Aggregates, Inc., Han Francisco, Calif.

    Griffiths, KK
    Chief Testing Engineer, Assistant Testing Engineer, District Testing Engineer, Pacific Cement and Aggregates, Inc., Han Francisco, Calif.

    Moulton, WE
    Chief Testing Engineer, Assistant Testing Engineer, District Testing Engineer, Pacific Cement and Aggregates, Inc., Han Francisco, Calif.


    Paper ID: STP39573S

    Committee/Subcommittee: C09.40

    DOI: 10.1520/STP39573S


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