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Title: Guide for the Use of Volumetric and Continuous Mixing Concrete Equipment
Author(s): ACI Committee 304
Publication: Materials Journal
Appears on pages(s): 92-105
Keywords: admixtures; aggregates; batching; calibrating; cements; cold weather construction; colored concrete; concrete construction; field tests; fresh concretes; grout; hot weather construction; material handling; measurement; mixing; mixing plants; mixing time;
Abstract:Includes a short history of, and information on, the basic design and operation of equipment used for the production of concrete by volumetric measurement and continuous mixing (VMCM), frequently called mobile mixers. Definitions, applications, and quality assurance testing are discussed. The use of this equipment is compared to weigh-batch-mix equipment for some of the limited differences.
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