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QCI Scheme : Ready Mix Concrete Plant Certification Scheme ...

The RMC Plants Certification Scheme has two options for certification, one being ‘RMC Capability Certification’ and other being ‘RMC 9000 + Capability Certification’, the later ensuring compliance to the requirements of ISO 9001 also in addition to the QCI Scheme requirements.

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RMC Plant Certification - Products - ICMQ

The Capability Certification attests the compliance with the BMTPC (Building Materials and Technology Promotion Council) criteria for RMC plant and is focused plant and equipment, key personnel, concrete mix design, production, testing facilities, control on quality of concrete ingredients, final product, delivery, control and maintenance of process control equipment etc.

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Ready Mix Concrete Plant Certification Process

concerning RMC plant, equipment, raw materials and anything else relevant. 5.1.3 Safety during audits 5.1.3.1 The Audit involves risks linked to the need to travel to work environments. Responsibility for risk analysis and the identification of the most suitable means of protection is of the RMC plant that manages the building or factory.

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Checklist for Ready Mix Concrete Certification

compliance with the requirements of IS 456. 9 Production and Delivery 9.1 Plant and Equipment 9.1.1 Materials Storage and Handling 9.1.1.1 9.1.1.1 Cement Separate storage for different types and grades of cement shall be provided. Containers may be used to store cements of different types provided these are emptied before loading a fresh cement.

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Ready-mix concrete - Wikipedia

Advantages and disadvantages of ready-mix concrete. Materials are combined in a batch plant, and the hydration process begins at the moment water meets the cement, so the travel time from the plant to the site, and the time before the concrete is placed on site, is critical over longer distances.

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