Jul 24, 2009 - Air Testing Concrete

Froehling & Robertson's Chuck Starnes debunks the myth about air testing and when it should be performed. Also discussed are the pitfalls of improper testing and what that may mean when you get your compressive strength results. So the question is: are you getting all you pay for when your concrete is field tested?

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Jul 24, 2009 - Surface Scaling

Froehling & Robertson's Chuck Starnes has provided us with another informative lesson this time about surface scaling of concrete. In this article he outlines a few basic principles about scaling, what it is and how to combat potential problems.

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Dec 10, 2007

ECS Limited's Raymond Boyd reminds us in this issue of Hi PSI that the weather is turning and with that so should our attention to the effects of cold weather on concrete. By taking a little time to understand the precautions that need to be implemented we can make our winter-time concrete placements even more successful. So read up, or even print out a copy, but be sure to digest these helpful tips from our friends at ECS Limited.

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Jan 12, 2007

Froehling & Robertson's Chuck Starnes sheds some light on cold weather and it's effects on concrete in this issue of Hi PSI. By better understanding temperature's effects on concrete and how to react to those changes a high quality end-product can still be easily delivered, even in the harshest of conditions.

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Aug 26, 2006

McKinney and Co.'s Paul Burch offers some insight on the relationship between testing agency and contractor in the debut issue of Hi PSI. Contractors and Inspectors/Testers must work as a team to ensure the smooth delivery of a high quality end-product.

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