Test 2020-12-24-5-2 (ASTM C109-16a) Summary

Project Information
Project IdentifiersProject ID: 8801
DEA: AML-CEM
EFIS: AML-CEM
DIST-CO-RTE-PM59---
Work DescriptionSpecial project for Cementitious Materials for use in Concrete Authorized Material List (AML)
Location DescriptionNot set
Sample Information
Sample Taken Date12/24/2020 Sample Unique Key5
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 testing12/24/2020
Sample typeAnnual Source Testing A brief description of the sampleFly Ash
The quantity of what the sample constitutes1 Bucket From where was the sample collectedSource
First name of sampler or witnessed byN/A Last name of sampler or witnessed byNA
Title of sampler Laboratory sample identificationCM215118
The fabricator/manufacturer/facility nameSRMG Transportation Laboratory (TL) Number
Inspector Lot Number from the Transportation Laboratory (TL) Form Structure unique identifier
Structure name
Material Information
Material TypeCementitious BrandSalt River Materials Group
MillFour Corners Type of Cementitious MaterialClass F or N Flyash
Test Details
DIME Sample ID: 2020-12-24-5
DIME Test ID: 2020-12-24-5-2
Testing Lab: CT HQ - Sacramento Cement Testing Laboratory
Test Method: ASTM C109-16a: Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortars (Using 2-in. or [50-mm] Cube Specimens)
Test Release Date: 2021-07-06
Test Results

Will control cubes be used per ASTM C311?: yes
Input Type: Measured
Tester's full name: Anthony Valdez
Date of test: 04/12/2021
Age of specimen: 10 days
The amount of flow : 110 %
The amount of water used : 46.4 %
Compressive strength of 1st specimen : 4092 psi
Compressive strength of 2nd specimen: 4293 psi
Compressive strength of 3rd specimen : 4092 psi
Average Compressive strength (to nearest 10 psi): 4160 psi
Average Compressive strength (to nearest 10 psi) control group: 4070 psi
Strength Activity Index of Portland Cement per ASTM C109: 102 %
General comments (publicly viewable) (Max 1000 characters): 10 day test -- Specimens broken at 10 days, so SAI is not accurate, but is well above the minimum, so almost certainly still passing.

Test was verified on 07/06/2021