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Truck Mixer, Agitator and Discharge Concrete Carrier Standards

Mixer and Agitator Units-The size of a unit as a mixer shall be designated on a standard Bureau rating plate by a number equal to the maximum capacity in cubic yards of mixed concrete as well as its metric equivalent.The agitator rating shall be designated on the manufacturer’s data plate.To qualify for a rating plate, the unit must conform to the requirements of these Standards.

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Guard requirements for concrete mixers with loading skips ...

Nov 02, 2000 · As you correctly stated in your letter, concrete mixers with loading skips one cubic yard or larger are covered under 29 CFR §1926.702, Requirements for equipment and tools, in OSHA's concrete and masonry standard. You describe a concrete mixer that has a skip of less than one cubic yard.

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SAQA

UNIT STANDARD TITLE: 116582 : Supervise the batching and mixing of concrete by mass using a concrete mixer : ORIGINATOR: SGB Civil Engineering Construction : PRIMARY OR DELEGATED QUALITY ASSURANCE FUNCTIONARY - FIELD: SUBFIELD: Field 12 - Physical Planning and Construction: Civil Engineering Construction : ABET BAND: UNIT STANDARD TYPE: PRE-2009 NQF LEVEL: NQF LEVEL: CREDITS

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Batching, Mixing, Transporting, and Handling Concrete, Chapter 10

2. Shrink-mixed concrete is mixed partially in a sta-tionary mixer and completed in a truck mixer. 3. Truck-mixed concrete is mixed completely in a truck mixer (Fig. 10-6). ASTM C 94 (AASHTO M 157) notes that when a truck mixer is used for complete mixing, 70 to 100 revolutions of the drum or blades at the rate of rotation designated by

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Mix designs for concrete block

crete masonry unit (CMU) is an important step in producing high-quality units. A well-proportioned mix can improve a unit’s physical properties (compressive strength, unit weight, absorption) so they meet or exceed ASTM C 90 Standard Specification for Load-Bearing Concrete Masonry Units. Additionally, the right mix proportions can improve CMU

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