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Title: Report of Committee on Treatment of Concrete Surfaces
Author(s): ACI Committee on Treatment of Concrete Surfaces
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 473-475
Abstract:This committee offers for the consideration of the Institute the following recommendations: First.- Inasmuch as lump lime and hydrated lime are permitted in the standard specifications for Portland cement stucco on metal lath, brick, tile or concrete block, and for Portland cement stucco on wood lath, that the Institute adopt as their standards the specifications for lump lime and hydrated lime of the American Society for Testing Materials. Second.- That the Institute's standard specifications for Portland cement stucco on metal lath, brick, tile or concrete block and the standard specifications for Portland cement stucco on wood lath be revised as follows in the paper.
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