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Title: UGASTMC94: User's Guide to ASTM Spec. C94/C94M on Ready-Mixed Concrete: 2nd Edition
Author(s): Daniel D and Lobo Colin
Publication: Technical Documents
Appears on pages(s): 160
Abstract:This new edition represents a significant re-write of ALL portions of the book and explains how to apply C94 in a very straight forward manner. Twenty-two comprehensive chapters explain every aspect of ASTM C94, the "reference standard" for the industry.
ASTM C94 covers the complex subject of ordering, production and delivery of ready-mixed concrete. There have been many changes and improvements to C94 since the first edition of this manual was printed, especially in the technology for production and delivery of concrete. There have been many changes in the standards that are referenced in C94.
It provides tips and advice and has numerical examples, photos, and figures to illustrate proper procedures and implications when C94 is cited in project specifications.