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TRADE BRAND OF CEMENT

Mountain Cement
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Summary Test Result of Ce~ent ( ASTM C lS(i) )

Type of Cement Test Unit Test Result Specificatioh Rema( k

lnitjal Setting Time M inutes 98 M in.45


Setting Time
F i n ~ I Setting Time M ifiutes I 137 I Max. 375
Specific un it 'fVeight is
Mountain
3.124 gY.cc
2 days M pa I 31.0 I Min .12 ,\

Mortar Co rpp ress ~ve Strength - - - ----


28 days Mpa I 58.3

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TEST RESULT FROM LABORATORY


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REPORT TESTING Page: 1


/order Name SENG HONG HENG Date : 1/13/2015

COMPRESSION TESTING NFP 18-406 SAMPLE: Cube · 40x40x40

Series designation Mountain Operator KHEM Ratha


Casting Date : 16/12/2014/ 10:43 Age 28 Days 00:00
Testing Date : 13/01/2015/ 10:43 Default sample age 28 Days

Designation Dimensions [mm] Mass Bulk density Breaking load Strength


I w h [g] · [kg/m 3 ] [kN] [N/mm 2 ]
1 40.0 40.0 40.0 144 2250 94.7 59.2 f)
2 40.0 40.0 40.0 144 2250 91 .3 57.1
3 40.0 40.0 40.0 144 2250 93.8 58.6
4 40.0 40.0 40.0 144 2250 92.8 58.0
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5 40.0 40.0 40.0 144 2250 93.7 58.6
6 40.0 40.0 40.0 144 2250 93.8 58.6

Average 2250.0 58.3


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REPORT OF CEMENT TESTING


Ordered by Seng Hong Heng
Project for Sell
Type Cement Mountain Cement
Reference ITC(7361.2013-2014)-SHH
Telephone 012 35 37 44
Issue Date December 18, 2014
Setting time
Consistency: 29.5% Unit Weight = 0.991 g/Cm3
Initial set . 98 minutes Specific unit weight= 3.124 g/Cm3
Final set 137 minutes
Testing Sample Half of Issue date Age Max.load Dimension
Test date Strenght (N/mm 2 )
NO Sample (Product) (days) (kN) in (mm)
I 16-Dec-14 18-Dec-14 2 2.969 6.959
Bending
test II 16-Dec-14 18-Dec-14 2 2.900 40x40x100 6.797

Ill 16-Dec-14 18-Dec-14 2 . 3.071 7.197

1.1 16-Dec-14 18-Dec-14 2 48.7 30.4


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1.2 16-Dec-14 18-Dec-14 2 50.4 31 .5
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· Testing Sample Half of Issue date Age Max. load Dimension
Test date Strenght (N/mm 2 )
No Sample (Product) (days) (kN) in (mm)
I 16-Dec-14 13-Jan-15 28 4.024 9.431
Bending
II 16-Dec-14 13-Jan-15 28 3.903 40x40x100 9.148
test
Ill 16-Dec-14 13-Jan-15 28 4.020 9.422

1.1 16-Dec-14 13-Jan-15 28 94.7 59.2


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1.2 16-Dec-14 13-Jan-15 28 91.3 57.1

Compressive 11. 1 16-Dec-14 13-Jan-15 28 93.8 40x40 58.6


test
II
11.2 16-Dec-14 13-Jan-15 28 92.8 58.0

111.1 16-Dec-14 13-Jan-15 28 93.7 58.6


Ill
111.2 16-Dec-14 13-Jan-15 28 93.8 58.6

2days 28days
Average Strenght
Mpa Mpa

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH 31.0 58.3


Value
BENDING STRENGTH 6.98 9.33

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Rapport d'essai
Essai de flexion
Essai standard ......... ....... ..... .. .. CAMBODIA Materiau ................. .. ............... MOUNTAIN 28DAY
Verificateur..... ...... ........... ........ KHEM RATHA Fournisseur...... .. ..... .... .............SENG HONG HENG
Date d'essai.. ... ... .... ... .... .... .... .. 2015-01-13

Machine a essais .. ......... .. ........ BO kN


Vitesse 1.. .... ........... ....... ... .. ..... 0 % -> 100 N/s

Article I Projet... ...... ......... ........ RATHA013


Serie de parametres ............. ... .DEFAULT

Legende
b.......................... Largeur
Ls ...... ...... ... .... ..... .Distance entre appuis
ChNo ...... .... .. .. .... .Numero du lot Fmax........ ........ ...Force maximale
a .......................... Epaisseur "fM ....................... Resistance a Ia flexion
smax... ... ...... ....... .Deplacement lorsque resistance a
Commentaires .... ..Com menta ires
Ef. ... ...... ............... Coefficient d'elasticite

Numero d'essai.. ChNo a b Ls Fmax "fM smaxCommentaires Ef


mm mm mm kN MPa mm GPa
,.,.
1063 N° 1 40.00 40.00 100.0 4.024 9.431 0.182 3.025
1064 N°2 40.00 40.00 100.0 3.903 9.147 0.254 2.684
1065 N°3 40.00 40.00 100.0 4.020 9.422 0.342 0.317
Valeur moyenne: 40.00 40.00 100.0 3.982 9.333 0.259 2.009
Deviation standarde: 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.069 0.161 0.080 1.475
Nume:ro d'essai '1063 -1065 ~ ~
CAMBODIA, Mate.riau:: MOUNTAIN 28DAY
MPa Fournisseur: SENG HONG HENG 2015-01-13
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(Loss on lqnition)
filnniMrursrnYsHl5lru
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Max.%

Max.%
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(Autoclave ex~eansion) Max.% I 0.8 I 0.8 0.03

illi:~~rnfilHi!JIU[l (Time of setting)


fili~~NlGS~Slllifllli~90i (Vicat test)
illi:~~rrlfiliOi!JIU~S~\)ll (Initial set) Min. Minute 45 45 100 Mountain Brand is portland cement manufactured
illi:mrnfiliOi!JIU~ll~Lfillli: Slii (Final set) Min. Minute I 375
I 375 180 in accordance with Thai Industrial Standard 15
Gru]:9jnliUN\jllliii ( lilmru&s!i~s )
(Air content of mortar) Max.% I 12 I 12 I 8.7
Vol. 1-2004, Type 1, with corresponding to the
flli!Jg\l:sru~ri ( ~Yfil(ii.Jsrn MPa)
ASTM C 150 Type 1. This brand of cement is
1ru:mrn !lGIJ (1 Day) Min I - I - I 12.0
" 1ru:~~rn m&~ (3 Days) suitable for use in large-scaled construction
Min I 12.0 I 12.0 I 20.0

Made in Thailand illi:mrn ru&~ I I I


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(7 Days) Min 19.0 19.0 29.0
Net Weight so kg. projects.
illi:~~rn ruG~ (28 Days) Min I 28 I 28 I 39

fill!iljlti~cututnii
(False set, final penetration) Min.% I 50 I 50 I 85
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STANDARD TEST ( ASTM C -150)


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Designation: C 150-07

INTERNAnONAL

Standard Specification for


Portland Cement1
This standard is issued under the fixed designation C 150; the number immediately following the designation indicates the year of
original adoption or, in the case of revision, the year of last revision. A number in parentheses indicates the year of last reapproval. A
superscript epsilon (E) indicates an editorial change since the last revision or reapproval.

This standard has been approved for use by agencies of the Department of Defense.

I:: Scope* 2. Referenced Documents


) .1 This specification covers eight types of portland cement, 2.1 ASTM Standards: 2
as/allows (see Note 2): C 33 Specification for Concrete Aggregates
1.1.1 Type !- For use when the special properties specified C 51 Terminology Relating to Lime and Limestone (as used
for any other type are not required. by the Industry)
1.1.2 Type !A-Air-entraining cement for the same uses as C 109/C 109M Test Method for Compressive Strength of
Type I, where air-entrainment is desired. Hydraulic Cement Mortars(Using 2-in. or [50-mm] Cube
1.1.3 Type ll-For general use, more especially when mod- Specimens)
erate sulfate resistance or moderate heat of hydration is C 114 Test Methods for Chemical Analysis of Hydraulic
desired. Cement
1.1.4 Type !!A-Air-entraining cement for the same uses as C 115 Test Method for Fineness of Portland Cement by the
Type II, where air-entrainment is desired. Turbidimeter
1.1.5 Type lll- For use when high early strength is desired. C 151 Test Method for Autoclave Expansion of Hydraulic
1.1.6 Type lilA-Air-entraining cement for the same use as Cement
Type ill, where air-entrainment is desired. C 183 Practice for Sampling and the Amount of Testing of
1.1.7 Type N-For use when a low heat of hydration is Hydraulic Cement
desired. C 185 Test Method for Air Content of Hydraulic Cement
1.1.8 Type V- For use when high sulfate resistance is Mortar
desired. C 186 Test Method for Heat of Hydration of Hydraulic
NoTE 1-Some cements are designated with a combined type classifi-
Cement
cation, such as Type I/II, indicating that the cement meets the require- C 191 Test Methods for Time of Setting of Hydraulic
ments of the indicated types and is being offered as suitable for use when Cement by Vicat Needle
either type is desired. C 204 Test Methods for Fineness of Hydraulic Cement by
NoTE 2-Cemenl conforming to the requirements for all types are not Air-Permeability Apparatus
carried in stock in some areas. In advance of specifying the use of cement C 219 Terminology Relating to Hydraulic Cement
other than Type I, determine whether the proposed type of cement is, or C 226 Specification for Air-Entraining Additions for Use in
can be made, available.
the Manufacture of Air-Entraining Hydraulic Cement
1.2 When both SI and inch-pound units are present, the SI C 266 Test Method for Time of Setting of Hydraulic-
units are the standard. The inch-pound units are approxima- Cement Paste by Gillmore Needles
tions listed for information only. C 451 Test Method for Early Stiffening of Hydraulic Ce-
1.3 The text of this standard references notes and footnotes ment (Paste Method)
which provide explanatory material. These notes and footnotes C 452 Test Method for Potential Expansion of Portland-
(excluding those in tables and figures) shall not be considered Cement Mortars Exposed to Sulfate
as requirements of the standard. C 465 Specification for Processing Additions for Use in the
Manufacture of Hydraulic Cements
1
This specification is under the jurisdiction of ASTM Committee CO 1 on
2
Cement and is the direct responsibility of Subcommittee COl.lO on Hydraulic For referenced ASTM standards, visit the ASTM website, www.astm.org, or
Cements for General Concrete Construction. contact ASTM Customer Service at service@aslm.org. For An11ual Book of ASTM
Current edition approved May 1, 2007 . Published June 2007. Originally Standards volume information, refer to the standard's Document Summary page on
approved in 1940. Last previous edition approved in 2005 as C 150-05. the ASTM website.

*A Summary of Changes section appears at the end of this standard.


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C 563 Test Method for Approximation of Optimum S03 in NoTE 3-The standard permits up to 5 % by mass of tbe final cement
Hydraulic Cement Using Compressive Strength product to be naturally occurring, finely ground limestone, but does not
C 1038 Test Method for Expansion of Hydraulic Cement require that limestone be added to the cement. Cement witbout ground
limestone can be specified in the contract or order.
Mortar Bars Stored in Water
E 29 Practice for Using Significant Digits in Test Data to 5.1.4 Processing additions. They shall have been shown to
Determine Conformance with Specifications meet the requirements of Specification C 465 in the amounts
used or greater.
3. Terminology
5.1 .5 Air-entraining addition (for air-entraining portland
3.1 Definitions-See Terminology C 219. cement only). The interground addition shall conform to the
requirements of Specification C 226.
4. Ordering Information
4.1 Orders for material under this specification shall include 6. Chemical Composition
the following:
4.1.1 This specification number and date, 6.1 Portland cement of each of the eight types shown in
4.1.2 Type or types allowable. If no type is specified, Type Section 1 shall conform to the respective standard chemical
I shall be supplied, requirements prescribed in Table 1. In addition, optional
4.1.3 Any optional chemical requirements from Table 2, if chemical requirements are shown in Table 2.
desired, and NoTE 4-The limit on the sum, C3 S + 4.75C 3 A, in Table I provides
4.1.4 Any optional physical requirements from Table 4, if control on tbe heat of hydration of the cement and is consistent with a Test
desired. Method C 186 7-day heat of hydration limit of 335 kJ/kg (80 cal/g).

5. Ingredients 7. Physical Properties


5.1 The cement covered by this specification shall contain 7.1 P01tland cement of each of the eight types shown in
no ingredients except as follows: Section 1 shall conform to the respective standard physical
5.1.1 Portland cement clinker. requirements prescribed in Table 3. In addition, optional
5.1.2 Water or calcium sulfate, or both. The amounts shall physical requirements are shown in Table 4.
be such that the limits shown in Table 1 for sulfur trioxide and
loss-on-ignition are not exceeded. 8. Sampling
5.1.3 Limestone. The amount shall not be more than 5.0 %
by mass such that the chemical and physical requirements of 8.1 When the purchaser desires that the cement be sampled
this standard are met (See Note 3). The limestone, defined in and tested to verify compliance with this specification, perform
Terminology C 51 , shall be naturally occurring and consist of sampling and testing in accordance with Practice C 183.
at least 70 % by mass of one or more of the mineral forms of 8.2 Practice C 183 is not designed for manufacturing quality
calcium carbonate. control and is not required for manufacturer's certification.

TABLE 1 Standard Composition Requirements


Applicable Test I and II and Ill and
Cement TypeA
Method lA IIA lilA
IV v
Aluminum oxide (AI 2 0 3 ), max, % c 114 6.0
Ferric oxide (Fe 2 0 3 ), max, % C114 6.08,C 6.5
Magnesium oxide (MgO), max, % C114 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0
Sulfur trioxide (S03 ) , 0 max, % c114
When (C3 A)E is 8 % or less 3.0 3.0 3.5 2.3 2.3
F F F
When (C3 A)E is more than 8% 3.5 4.5
Loss on ignition, max, % c 114 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 3.0
Insoluble residue, max, % c 114 0.75 0.75 0.75 0.75 0.75
Tricalcium silicate (C 3 S)E, max, % See Annex A1 35 8
Dicalcium silicate (C2 S)E, min, % See Annex A1 40 8
Tricalcium aluminate (C3 A)E, max,% See Annex A1 8 15 78 5c
Sum of C3 S + 4.75C 3 A 6 , max,% See Annex A1 100H
Tetracalcium aluminoferrite plus twice the tricalcium aluminate (C4 AF + 2(C3 A)),
or solid solution (C4 AF + C2 F), as applicable, max, % See Annex A1 25c
ASee Note 2.
SOoes not apply when the heat of hydration limit in Table 4 is specified.
COoes not apply when the sulfate resistance limit in Table 4 is specified.
~here are cases where optimum S03 (using Test Method C 563) for a particular cement is close to or in excess of the limit in this specification. In such cases where
properties of a cement can be improved by exceeding the S03 limits stated in this table, it is permissible to exceed the values in the table, provided it has been
demonstrated by Test Method C 1038 that the cement with the increased S03 will not develop expansion in water exceeding 0.020% at 14 days. When the manufacturer
supplies cement under this provision, he shall, upon request, supply supporting data to the purchaser.
Esee Annex A 1 for calculation.
FNot applicable.
6
See Note 4.
"'n addition, 7-day heat of hydration testing by Test Method C 186 shall be conducted at least once every six months. Such testing shall not be used for acceptance
or rejection of the cement, but results shall be reported for informational purposes.

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TABLE 2 Optional Composition RequirementsA
Applicable I and II and Ill and
Cement Type
Test Method lA IIA lilA
IV v Remarks

Tricalcium aluminate (C 3 A) 8 , max, % See Annex 8 for moderate sulfate resistance


At
Tricalcium aluminate (C 3 A) 8 , max, % See Annex 5 for high sulfate resistance
At
Equivalent alkalies (Na2 0 + 0.658K 2 0) , max, % c 114 0.60c low-alkali cement
AThese optional requirements apply only when specifically requested. Verify availability before ordering. See Note 2.
8
See Annex A1 for calculation.
cspecify this limit when the cement is to be used in concrete with aggregates that are potentially reactive and no other provisions have been made to protect the concrete
from deleteriously reactive aggregates. Refer to Specification C 33 for information on potential reactivity of aggregates.

TABLE 3 Standard Physical Requirements


Applicable
Cement TypeA Test lA II IIA Ill lilA IV v
Method
Air content of mortar, 8 volume %: c 185
max 12 22 12 22 12 22 12 12
min 16 16 16
Fineness, c specific surface, m2fkg (alternative methods):
Turbidimeter test c 115
Average value, minD 160 160 160 160 160 160
Any one sample, min" 150 150 150 150 150 150
Average value, max" 24QF 24QF 240
Any one sample, max" 245F 245F 245
Air permeability test C204
Average value, minD 280 280 280 280 280 280
Any one sample, min" 260 260 260 260 260 260
Average value, maxD 42QF 42QF 420
Any one sample, max" 43QF 43QF 430
Autoclave expansion, max, % c 151 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80
Strength , not less than the values shown for the ages
indicated as follows:G
Compressive strength, MPa (psi): c 109/
C 109M
1 day 12.0 10.0
(1740) (1450)
3 days 12.0 10.0 10.0 8.0 24.0 19.0 8.0
(1740) (1450) (1450) (1160) (3480) (2760) (1160)
7 .QH 6.QH
(1Q2Q)H (87Q)H
7 days 19.0 16.0 17.0 14.0 7.0 15.0
(2760) {2320) (2470) (2030) (1020) (2180)
12.oH 9 .QH
(174Q)H (131Q)H
28 days 17.0 21 .0
(2470) {3050)
Time of setting; Vicat test:' C 191
Time of setting, min, not less than 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45
Time of setting, min, not more than 375 375 375 375 375 375 375 375
Asee Note 2.
8 Compliance with the requirements of this specification does not necessarily ensure that the desired air content will be obtained in concrete.

Cfhe testing laboratory shall select the fineness method to be used. However, when the sample fails to meet the requirements of the air-permeability test, the turbidimeter
test shall be used, and the requirements in this table for the turbidimetric method shall govern.
DAyerage value shall be determined on the last consecutive five samples from a source.
Errie value of any one sample shall be the result of a test or average of tests on any one sample.
'Maximum average and maximum single sample fineness limits do not apply if the sum of C3 S + 4.75C3 A is less than or equal to 90.
crtie strength at any specified test age shall be not less than that attained at any previous specified test age.
'When the optional heat of hydration in Table 4 is specified.
'Th~ time of setting is that described as initial setting time in Test Method C 191 .

9. Test Methods 9.1.6 Fineness by Turbidimeter-Test Method C 115.


9.1 Determine the applicable properties enumerated in this 9.1.7 Heat of Hydration-Test Method C 186.
specification in accordance with the following test methods: 9.1.8 Autoclave Expansion-Test Method C 151.
9.1.1 Air Content of Mortar-Test Method C 185. 9.1.9 Time of Setting by Gillmore Needles-Test Method
9.1.2 Chemical Analysis-Test Methods C 114. C266.
9.1.3 Strength-Test Method C 109/C 109M.
9.1.4 False Set-Test Method C 451. 9.1.10 Time of Setting by Vicat Needles-Test Method
9.1.5 Fineness by Air Permeability--Test Method C 204. c 191 .

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TABLE 4 Optional Physical RequirementsA
Cement Type Applicable I lA II IIA Ill lilA IV v
Test Method
False set, final penetration, min, % C451 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
Heat of hydration: c 186
8 8 250 (60)c
7 days, max, kJ/kg (cal/g) 290 (70) 290 (70)
28 days, max, kJ/kg (cal/g) 290 (70)c
Strength, not less than the values shown:
Compressive strength, MPa (psi) c 109/
C 109M
28 days 28.0 22.0 28.0 22.0
(4060) (3190) (4060) (3190)
22.0 8 18.0 8
(3190) 8 (2610) 8
E E
Sulfate resistance, 0 14 days, max, % expansion C 452 0.040
Gillmore test C 266
Initial set, min, not less than 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60
Final set, min, not more than 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600
AThese optional requirements apply only when specifically requested. Verify availability before ordering. See Note 2.
"The limit for the sum of C3 S + 4.75C3 A in Table 1 shall not apply when this optional limit is requested. These strength requirements apply when the optional heat of
hydration requirement is requested.
"When the heat of hydration limit is specified, it shall be instead of the limits of C3 S, C2 S, C3 A, and Fe2 0 3 listed in Table 1.
"When the sulfate resistance is specified, it shall be instead of the limits of C3 A, C4 AF + 2 C3 A, and Fe 2 0 3 listed in Table 1.
Ecement meeting the high sulfate resistance limit for Type V is deemed to meet the moderate sulfate resistance requirement of Type II.

9.1.11 Sulfate Resistance-Test Method C 452 (sulfate ex- shall supply comparative test data on chemical and physical
pansion). properties of the cement with and without the limestone (See
9.1.12 Calcium Sulfate (expansion of) Mortar-Test Note 5). The comparative tests do not supersede the normal
Method C 1038. testing to confirm that the cement meets chemical and physical
9.1.13 Optimum S03-Test Method C 563. requirements of this standard. The amount of limestone in
cement shall be determined in accordance with Annex A2.
10. Inspection
Nom 5-Comparative test data may be from qualification tests per-
I 0.1 Inspection of the material shall be made as agreed upon formed by the manufacturer during formulation of the eement with
between the purchaser and the seller as part of the purchase limestone.
contract.
1~- Pa~kagipg amJ Pa~kag(! Marking
11. Rejection 13.1 When the cement is delivered in packages, the words
11.1 The cement shall be rejected if it fails to meet any of "Portland Cement," the type of cement, the name and brand of
the requirements of this specification. the manufacturer, and the mass of the cement contained therein
11.2 At the option of the purchaser, retest, before using, shall be plainly marked on each package. When the cement is
cement remaining in bulk storage for more than 6 months or an air-entraining type, the words "air-entraining" shall be
cement in bags in local storage in the custody of a vendor for plainly marked on each package. Similar information shall be
more than 3 months after completion of tests and reject the provided in the shipping documents accompanying the ship-
cement if it fails to conform to any of the requirements of this ment of packaged or bulk cement. All packages shall be in
specification. Cement so rejected shall be the responsibility of good condition at the time of inspection.
the owner of record at the time of resampling for retest. NoTE 6-With the change to SI units, it is desirable to establish a
11.3 Packages shall identify the mass contained as net standard SI package for portland cements. To that end 42 kg (92.6 lb)
weight. At the option of the purchaser, packages more than 2 % provides a convenient, even-numbered mass reasonably similar to the
below the mass marked thereon shall be rejected and if the traditional 94-lb (42.6-k~) packa~e.
average mass of packages in any shipment, as shown by 14. Storage
determining the mass of 50 packages selected at random, is less 14.1 The cement shall be stored in such a manner as to
than that marked on the packages, the entire shipment shall be permit easy access for proper inspection and identification of
rejected. each shipment, and in a suitable weather-tight building that
will protect the cement from dampness and minimize ware-
12. Manufacturer's Statement
house set.
12.1 At the request of the purchaser, the manufacturer shall
state in writing the nature, amount, and identity of any 15. Manufacturer's Certification
air-entraining addition and of any processing addition used, 15.1 Upon request of the purchaser in the contract or order,
and also, if requested, shall supply test data showing compli- a manufacturer's report shall be furnished at the time of
ance of such air-entraining addition with Specification C 226 shipment stating the results of tests made on samples of the
and of such processing addition with Specification C 465. material taken during production or transfer and certifying that
12.2 When limestone is used, the manufacturer shall state in the cement conforms to applicable requirements of this speci-
writing the amount thereof and, if requested by the purchaser, fication.

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in Appendix X I.

16. Keywords
16.1 hydraulic cement; portland cement; specification

ANNEXES

(Mandatory lnfonnation)

Al. CALCULATION OF POTENTIAL CEMENT PHASE COMPOSITION

Al.l All values calculated as described in this annex shall Dicalcium silicate (C2S} = (2.867 X % Si02) - (0.7544 X % C3S}
be rounded according to Practice E 29. When evaluating (Al.2)
conformance to a specification, round values to the same
number of places as the corresponding table entry before Tricalcium aluminate (C 3A) = (2.650 X % A120 3) -

making comparisons. The expressing of chemical limitations (1.692 X % F~0 3 ) (AI.3)


by means of calculated assumed phases does not necessarily Tetracalcium aluminoferrite (C4 AF) = 3 .043 X % Fe20 3
mean that the oxides are actually or entirely present as such (Al.4)
phases. Unless limestone is used in the cement, the carbon dioxide
content shall be considered to be equal to zero when calculat-
Al.2 When expressing phases, C = CaO, S Si02 , = ing potential tricalcium silicate. In the absence of information
A= Al 2 0 3 , F = Fe2 0 3 . For example, C 3A = 3CaO·Al2 0 3 . Ti- on the limestone content of the cement sample, results shall
tanium dioxide and phosphorus pentoxide (Ti0 2 and P2 0 5 ) note that no correction has been made for possible use of
shall not be included with the Al 2 0 3 content. See Note Al.l. limestone.
Al.3 .1 When the alumina-ferric oxide ratio is less than 0.64,
Nom ALI-When comparing oxide analyses and calculated phases
a calcium aluminoferrite solid solution (expressed as
from different sources or from different historic times, be aware that they
may not have been reported on exactly the same basis. Chemical data
ss(C4 AF + C2F)) is formed . No tricalcium aluminate will be
obtained by Reference and Alternate Test Methods of Test Methods C 114 present in cements of this composition. Dicalcium silicate shall
(wet chemistry) may include titania and phosphorus as alumina unless be calculated as in Eq Al .2. Contents of this solid solution and
proper correction has been made (see Test Methods C 114), while data of tricalcium silicate shall be calculated by the following
obtained by rapid instrumental methods usually do not. This can result in formulas:
smaLl differences in the calculated phases. Such differences are usually
within the precision of the analytical methods, even when the methods are
ss (C4 AF + C2 F) = (2.100 X% Al2 0 3) + (1.702 X % F~03 )
(Al.S)
properly qualified under the requirements of Test Methods C 114.

Al.3 When the ratio of percentages of aluminum oxide to Tricalcium silicate (C3S) = (4.071 X % CaO) - (7.600 X % Si02} -

ferric oxide is 0.64 or more, the percentages of tricalcium (4.479 X % A1 20 3 ) - (2.859 X % F~0 3 ) -

silicate, dicalcium silicate, tricalcium aluminate, and tetracal- (2.852 X% S0 3) - (5 .188 X% C02)
(AI.6)
cium aluminoferrite shall be calculated from the chemical
analysis as follows: Unless limestone is used in the cement, the carbon dioxide
content shall be considered to be equal to zero when calculat-
Tricalcium silicate (C3S) = (4.071 X % CaO) - (7.600 X % Si0 2) -
(6.718 X % A1 20 3) - (1.430 X % Fe2 0 3) - ing potential tricalcium silicate. In the absence of information
(2.852 X % S0 3) - (5 . 188 X % C0 2) on the limestone content of the cement sample, results shall
(ALl) note that no correction has been made for possible use of
limestone.

A2. LIMESTONE CONTENT OF PORTLAND CEMENT

A2.1 When limestone is used, the limestone content in The manufacturer shall include the C0 2 content and calcu-
portland cement shall be derived from the determination of lated limestone content of the cement on the Mill Test Report.
C0 2 in the finished cement. Analysis of C0 2 shall be based on The limestone content of the cement is calculated as follows:
methods described in Test Methods C 11 4. The percent lime-
% C02 in the cement . .
stone in the cement is calculated from the C0 2 analysis based % C0 in the limestone X 100 = % limestone m cement
2
on the C0 2 content of the limestone used.

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Nom A2.l-For example: limestone as follows: % CaC03 = 2.274 X% C02 .
Where the determined C0 2 content in the finished cement = 1.5 % and
the C02 content of the limestone = 43 % (CaC0 3 in limestone = 98 %) Nom A2.2-For verification of limestone content of cement, the
Tl:ien: purchaser must analyze for C0 2 content and make a correction for the
1.5 content of CaC0 3 in the limestone in order for the data to be compamble
X 100 = 3.5% limestone content in cement to the manufacturer's reporL
43

A2.2 This specification requires that the limestone to be A2.3 Portland cements that do not contain limestone can
used must contain a minimum of 70 % CaC03 . The manufac- contain baseline levels of C02 inherent in manufacture, for
turer shall include the CaC03 content of the limestone on the example, due to carbonation. This baseline C02 content is
manufacturer's report. Calculate the CaC0 3 content of the included as part of any calculated limestone content.

APPENDIX

(Nonmandatory Information)

Xl.l To provide uniformity for reporting the results of tests X1.4 The sample Mill Test Report has been developed to
performed on cements under this specification, as required by reflect the chemical and physical requirements of this specifi-
Section 15 of Specification C 150 entitled ''Manufacturer's cation and recommends reporting all analyses and tests nor-
Certification," an example Mill Test Report is shown in Fig. mally pe1formed on cements meeting Specification C 150.
Xl.l . Purchaser reporting requirements should govern if different
from normal reporting by the manufacturer or from those
Xl.2 The identity information given should unambiguously recommended here.
identify the cement production represented by the Mill Test
Xl.5 Cements may be shipped prior to later-age test data
Report and may vary depending upon the manufacturer's
being available. In such cases, the test value may be left blank.
designation and purchaser's requirements.
Alternatively, the manufacturer can generally provide esti-
mates based on historical production data. The report should
Xl.3 The Manufacturer's Certification statement may vary indicate if such estimates are provided.
depending upon the manufacturer's procurement order, or legal
requirements, but should certify that the cement shipped is Xl.6 In reporting limits from the tables in Specification
represented by the certificate and that the cement conforms to C 150 on the Mill Test Report, only those limits specifically
applicable requirements of the specification at the time it was applicable should be listed. In some cases, Specification C 150
tested (or retested) or shipped. table limits are superceded by other provisions.

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Qualitytown, N.J.

Plant Example Cement Type !! Date March 16, 20xx

Production Pertod March 2, 20xx- March 8, 20xx

STANDARD REQUIREMENTS
ASTM C 150 Tables 1 and 3

CHEMICAL PHYSICAL
Item Spec. Test Item Spec. Test
Limit Result Limit Result
A
Si02 (%) 20.6 Air content of mortar (volume %) 12 max 8
Al 2 0 3 (%) 6.0 max 4.4 Blaine fineness (m 2/kg) 260 min 377
430max
Fe2 0 3 (%) 6.0 max 3.3 Average 9 Blaine fineness (m 2 /kg) 280 min 385
420 max
A
CaO (%) 62.9 Autoclave expansion (%) 0.80 max 0.04
MgO(%) 6.0 max 2.2 Compressive strength (MPa) min:
S0 3(% ) 3.0 max 2.7 A
1 day
Ignition loss (%) 3.0 max 2.7 3 days 7.0 23.4
A 0.19
Na2 0 (%) 7 days 12.0 29.8
A A
K2 0 (%) 0.50 28 days
Insoluble residue (%) 0.75 max 0.27 Time of setting (minutes)
A
C02 (%) 1.5 (Vi cat)
Limestone (%) 5.0 max 3.5 Initial Not less than 45 124
CaC03 in limestone (%) 70 min 98 Not more than 375
Potential (%) Heat of hydration (kJ!kg)
c
A 50 7 days c 300
3s
A 21
c2s
C3A 8 max 6
A
c . AF 10
A
c . AF + 2(C3A) 22
C3S + 4.75C3A 100 max 78.5

ANot applicable.
9
Average of last five consecutive samples.
~est result represents most recent value and is provided for information only.

OPTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
ASTM C 150 Tables 2 and 4

CHEMICAL PHYSICAL

Item Spec. Test Item Spec. Test


Limit Result Limit Result
D
Equivalent alkalies (%) 0.52 False set(%) 50 min 82

Compressive strength (MPa)


E
28 days 28.0 min

~imit not specified by purchaser. Test result provided for infonmation only.
"rest result for this production period not yet available.

We certify that the above described cement, at the time of shipment, meets the chemical and
physical requirements of the ASTM C 150 - XX or (other) specification.

Signature: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Title: - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

FIG. X1.1 Example Mill Test Report

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SUMMARY OF CHANGES

Committee COl has identified the location of selected changes to this specification since the last issue,
C 150-05, that may impact the use of this specification. (Approved May 1, 2007)

(1) Revised Section 5. (3) Revised Tables 1-4.


(2) Added new Note 4. (4) Revised Fig. Xl.l.

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