Test 2021-05-03-26-1 (CTM 202-November 2011) Summary

Project Information
Project IdentifiersProject ID: 212496
DEA: 024E4504
EFIS: 0200020286
DIST-CO-RTE-PM02-LAS,MOD-139,299-VAR
Work DescriptionPLACE HMA, REPLACE DRAINAGE, CULVERT, ELECTRICAL AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS.
Location DescriptionLASSEN AND MODOC COUNTIES ON ROUTE 139 AT 0.1 MILE NORTH OF LASSEN COUNTY LINE AND ON ROUTE 299 AT VARIOUS LOCATONS FROM 0.4 MILE WEST OF BOYD HILL LOOKOUT ROAD TO 0.6 MILE EAST OF COUNTY ROAD 87
Sample Information
Sample Taken Date5/3/2021 Sample Unique Key26
Will the laboratory/organization for which you are a member perform testing on this material sample?Yes Date that the sample was received by the laboratory/organization performing the testing5/5/2021
Sample typeAcceptance A brief description of the sampleImported Borrow
The quantity of what the sample constitutesUnknown From where was the sample collectedJob Site
First name of sampler or witnessed byE. Last name of sampler or witnessed byChavez
Title of sampler Laboratory sample identificationD78789
The fabricator/manufacturer/facility nameHat Creek Construction Transportation Laboratory (TL) Number765843
Inspector Lot Number from the Transportation Laboratory (TL) Form Structure unique identifier
Structure name
Material Information
Material TypeSoil The fabricator's/manufacturer's product name for the sample
The fabricator/manufacturer designation for the sample A detailed description of where the material sample was collected02-LAS,MOD-139,299-VAR Adjacent to STA 1298 plus 00 RT
Where the material sample would have been placed if not sampled
Test Details
DIME Sample ID: 2021-05-03-26
DIME Test ID: 2021-05-03-26-1
Testing Lab: CT D02 - North Region Materials Lab
Test Method: CTM 202-November 2011: Method of Test for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates
Test Release Date: 2021-06-29
Test Results

What size aggregate is being tested?: Combined Gradation
Individual or cumulative mass retained on each sieve?: Individual Mass Retained
Input Type: Measured
Tester's full name: Terry McCormick
Date of test: 05/06/2021
Total mass of coarse aggregate: 9262.7 grams
Individual mass retained on the 3 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 2 1/2 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 2 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 1 1/2 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 1 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 3/4 in. sieve: 0 grams
Individual mass retained on the 1/2 in. sieve: 3 grams
Individual mass retained on the 3/8 in. sieve: 12 grams
Individual mass retained on the #4 sieve: 166 grams
Individual mass retained on the pan (coarse aggregate): 9078.7 grams
Total mass of fine aggregate: 447 grams
Individual mass retained on the #8 sieve: 83.3 grams
Individual mass retained on the #16 sieve: 63.8 grams
Individual mass retained on the #30 sieve: 44.4 grams
Individual mass retained on the #50 sieve: 41.6 grams
Individual mass retained on the #100 sieve: 51.3 grams
Individual mass retained on the #200 sieve: 53.8 grams
Individual mass retained on the pan (fine aggregate): 108.8 grams
Total mass of coarse aggregate: 181 grams
Total mass of fine aggregate: 447 grams
Percentage of coarse material: 2 %
Percentage of fine material: 98 %
Cumulative percent passing the 3 in. sieve:100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 2 1/2 in. sieve:100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 2 in. sieve:100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 1 1/2 in. sieve:100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 1 in. sieve:100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 3/4 in. sieve:100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 1/2 in. sieve:100 %
Cumulative percent passing the 3/8 in. sieve:100 %
Cumulative percent passing the #4 sieve:98 %
Cumulative percent passing the #8 sieve:80 %
Cumulative percent passing the #16 sieve:66 %
Cumulative percent passing the #30 sieve:56 %
Cumulative percent passing the #50 sieve:47 %
Cumulative percent passing the #100 sieve:36 %
Cumulative percent passing the #200 sieve:23.9 %
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Test was verified on 06/29/2021