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Time for Results Please contact a CTLGroup chemical services representative or Project Manager to discuss your individual project needs and testing response times. When cores are taken, they should be marked so that the surface to be tested relative to the original location in the structure is clearly indicated. The exposed surface of the specimen is immersed in water and water ingress of unsaturated concrete is dominated by capillary suction during initial contact with water.
In general, the rate of absorption of concrete at the surface differs from the rate of absorption of a sample taken from the interior. The exterior surface is often subjected to less than intended curing and is exposed to the most potentially adverse conditions. This test method is used to measure the water absorption rate of both the concrete surface and interior concrete.
Use This method is intended to determine the susceptibility of an unsaturated concrete to the penetration of water. The average of test results on at least 2 specimens shall constitute the test result.
Water absorption is also strongly affected by the moisture condition of the concrete at the time of testing. By drilling a core and cutting it transversely at selected depths, the absorption can be evaluated at different distances from the exposed surface.
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Order Form 2 Email complete form to contact listed below. If you need more info or have any questions, please note the Lab ID number and contact us at: This test method is used to measure the water absorption rate of both the concrete surface and interior concrete. The specimen is conditioned in an environment at a standard relative humidity to induce a consistent moisture condition in the capillary pore system.
The surface to be exposed during testing shall not be marked or otherwise disturbed in such a manner as may modify the absorption rate of the specimen.
The exterior surface is often subjected to less than intended curing and is exposed to c585 most potentially adverse conditions. Test Method Con the other hand, is used to estimate the maximum amount of water that can be absorbed by a dry specimen and therefore provides a measure of the total, water permeable pore space. The test surfaces shall be at the same distance wstm the original exposed surface of the concrete.
In general, the rate of absorption of concrete at the surface differs from the rate of absorption of a sample taken from the interior. In this test method, only one surface is exposed to water at room temperature while the other surfaces are sealed simulating asgm absorption in a member that is in contact with water on one side only.
The following information should be provided to be included in the report: Link to Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. If you need more info or have any questions, please note the Lab ID number and contact us asrm. In unsaturated concrete, the rate of ingress of water or other liquids is largely controlled by absorption due to capillary rise.
Historical Version s – view previous versions of standard. The core is drilled vertically or horizontally.
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By drilling a core and cutting it transversely at selected depths, the absorption can be evaluated at different distances from the exposed surface. The core is drilled vertically or horizontally. Print and complete the following order form. No other units of measurement are included in this standard.
Instructions Provide at least two concrete cylinders or cores. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard.