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Testing Report for 2020-11-16-1-3

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Project Information

DEA: AML-CEM
EFIS: AML-CEM
Project ID: 8801
QA Service Level:
DIST-CO-RTE-PM: 59---
Work Description: Special project for Cementitious Materials for use in Concrete Authorized Material List (AML)
Location Description:
Contractor Name: Unknown
Contractor Address: Unknown
Resident Engineer: Unknown
Structure Rep.: Unknown

Sample Information

DIME Sample ID: 2020-11-16-1
TL Number from the TL Form:
Sample Submitted By Organization: CT HQ - Sacramento Cement Testing Laboratory
Sample Organization Contact: (916) 227-7071
Type of Sample: Control Sample
Type of Material: Cementitious
Sample Taken Date: 11/16/2020
Date that the sample was received by the laboratory/organization performing the testing: 11/16/2020
The quantity of what the sample constitutes: 1 Bucket
A brief description of the sample: Type I/II Cement
From where was the sample collected: Source
Laboratory sample identification: CM209009
Structure unique identifier:
Structure name:
The fabricator/manufacturer/facility name: GCC

Material Information

Brand: GCC of America
Mill: Pueblo Colorado
Type of Cementitious Material: Type II Cement

Test Information

DIME Test ID: 2020-11-16-1-3
Test Method: ASTM C109-16a: Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortars (Using 2-in. or [50-mm] Cube Specimens)
Date Tested: 12/17/2020
Verified Date: 1/21/2021
Submitted By Organization: CT HQ - Sacramento Cement Testing Laboratory
Organization Address: 5900 Folsom Blvd,
Organization City: Sacramento
Organization State: CA
Organization Zipcode: 95819
Organization Email: ben.lenz@dot.ca.gov
Organization Phone: (916) 227-7071
General Comments for this Test: 28 day test @ 12:05
Test Result Compliance:
Additional Comments When Verified :

Submitted Test Results

Will control cubes be used per ASTM C311?: no
The amount of flow : 117.00 %
The amount of water used : 48.4 %
Compressive strength of 1st specimen : 5626 psi
Compressive strength of 2nd specimen: 5646 psi
Compressive strength of 3rd specimen : 5543 psi
Average Compressive strength (to nearest 10 psi): 5610 psi