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1 — Standards of the American Society for Testing and Materials referred to in this code are listed below with their serial designations, including year of adoption or revision, and are declared to be part of this code as if fully set forth herein: The ASTM standard specifications listed are the latest editions at the time these code provisions were adopted. Since these specifications are revised frequently, generally in minor details only, the user of the code should check directly with the sponsoring organization if it is desired to reference the latest edition.
1R. Manufacturers of protective coatings and liners should be consulted for information on bond, anchorage and the preparation of concrete surfaces, as well as the application of their products. ACI 350 Environmental Structures Code and Commentary CHAPTER 4 CODE 350/350R-49 COMMENTARY It is recommended that form oils, form release agents, and curing components be checked for compatibility with surface coatings where surface coatings are specified. 1R and International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) Guideline No.
In certain areas, the C3A content of other available types such as Type III or Type I may be less than 8 or 5 percent and are usable in moderate or severe sulfate exposures. Note that sulfate-resisting cement will not increase resistance to some chemically aggressive solutions, for example, ammonium nitrate. The judicious employment of a good-quality fly ash (ASTM C 618, Class F) or granulated blast furnace slag (ASTM C 989) has also been shown to improve the sulfate resistance of concrete. Certain Type IP and IS cements made by blending Class F fly ash or slag with portland cement having a tricalcium aluminate (C3A) content greater than 8 percent can provide sulfate resistance for moderate exposures.