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Title: 311.6M-09: Specification for Ready Mixed Concrete Testing Services (Metric)
Author(s): ACI Committee 311
Publication: Technical Documents
Appears on pages(s): 5
Keywords: air content; laboratory; ready mixed concrete; sampling; slump; specification; technician; temperature; testing; unit weight.
Abstract:Note: 311.6M-09 is only available in PDF format.
This Reference Specification covers Testing Agency requirements for field and laboratory testing of ready mixed concrete delivered to the project. It is intended for use by specifiers, architects, engineers, owners, contractors, and other groups interested in monitoring the quality of concrete used in project construction. This Reference Specification can be made applicable to any construction project by citing it in a Contract. The Specifier supplements the provisions of this Reference Specification as needed by specifying individual project requirements in the Contract.
Note: 311.6M-09 is only available in PDF format.