Lab 8 - Miner Testing Laboratories Missouri S&T...

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Miner Testing Laboratories Butler-Carlton Hall Rolla, MO 65401 May 6, 2008 Giggum, Gougem, and Giggum Attn: Arch E. Tech, AIA Highway 101, Box 001 Possum Grape, AR 72143 RE: Masonry Testing Dear Mr. Tech, Enclosed are the results of the tests performed on the job materials that you sent to Miner Testing Laboratories on April 21, 2008. Mortar o Type M: Water Retention = 11.8% Compressive Strength = 4500psi o Type O: Water Retention = 25% Compressive Strength = 850psi Brick - Compressive Strength = 11300psi Bond Wrench o Mortar Type M = 133psi o Mortar Type O = 54psi Concrete Block - Compressive Strength = 1775psi If we can be of further service, please call us at 1-800-277-4258 (1-800-ASPHALT). We look forward to hearing from you again. Sincerely, Miner Testing Laboratories
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CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS CE 216 Section A Laboratory Exercise #8 MORTAR FLOW TEST MORTAR WATER RETENTIVITY TEST COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF MORTAR MASONRY FLEXURAL BOND STRENGTH COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CLAY BRICK LABORATORY SUCTION TEST OF CLAY BRICK FIELD SUCTION OF CLAY BRICK ABSORPTION AND SATURATION COEFFICIENT OF CLAY BRICK COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE MASONRY BLOCK UNIT WEIGHT AND ABSORPTION OF CONCRETE BLOCK Squad #1 By: May 7, 2008
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INTRODUCTION This report is in response to the request to verify that job materials used at Possum Grape
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