Test 2020-04-06-1-2 (AASHTO T335-09r13) Summary

Project Information
Project IdentifiersProject ID: 209694
DEA: 080J0704
EFIS: 0800000282
DIST-CO-RTE-PM08-SBD-215-0.6/1.7
Work Description(Alternative Delivery) The CMGC project will reconstruct and improve interchange of I-215 and Barton Road in the City of Grand Terrace, CA.
Location DescriptionGrade separation at Intersection of I-215 and Barton Road near Grand Terrace, CA. ? On I-215 between I-10 and SR-60.
Sample Information
Sample Taken Date4/6/2020 Sample Unique Key1
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 testing4/10/2020
Sample typeVerification A brief description of the sample1/2 HMA-A-SP R15 Aggregate and RAP
The quantity of what the sample constitutesJMF 6 Bags From where was the sample collectedManufacturer
First name of sampler or witnessed byVulcan Corona Last name of sampler or witnessed byQC
Title of sampler Laboratory sample identification0191A-20
The fabricator/manufacturer/facility nameVulcan Materials Transportation Laboratory (TL) Number
Inspector Lot Number from the Transportation Laboratory (TL) Form Structure unique identifier
Structure name
Material Information
Material TypeAggregate Source Identification (SMARA or name of Pit)91-33-0027::CORONA QUARRY
The fabricator's/manufacturer's product name for the sample1/2 HMA-A-SP R15 The fabricator/manufacturer designation for the sampleUnknown
The plant number324108 CORD SJR A detailed description of where the material sample was collectedBelt Cut at Vulcan Corona Plant
Where the material sample would have been placed if not sampledAsphalt Paving Primary Aggregate Nominal Size1/2 inch
The concrete mix design numberUnknown Lot numberUnknown
Sublot numberUnknown JMF Verification ID
Test Details
DIME Sample ID: 2020-04-06-1
DIME Test ID: 2020-04-06-1-2
Testing Lab: CT - Southern Regional Laboratory
Test Method: AASHTO T335-09r13: Standard Method of Test for Determining the Percentage of Fracture in Coarse Aggregate (Percent of Crushed Particles)
Test Release Date: 2020-05-06
Test Results

Method: 2 - Individual Fracture Determination
Aggregate Size and Fracture Type: Coarse 1 and 2 Faced and Fine 1 Faced
Input Type: Calculated
Tester's full name: Michael Magana
Date of test: 04/20/2020
Weighted average percentage of fractured, coarse, 2 faced particles:100 %
Weighted average percentage of fractured, coarse, 1 faced particles:100 %
Percentage of fractured, fine, 1 faced particles tested:100 %
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Test was verified on 05/06/2020