Self-Consolidating Concrete Test Equipment

Modern structural elements are often designed with congested networks of reinforcing steel, requiring the high-flow characteristics of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC) to prevent voids and honeycombing. The ASTM C1621 J-Ring test, together with the C1611 Slump-Flow test, determine the passing ability of SCC, defined as the ability of the concrete to flow under its own weight to completely fill all spaces within the formwork.


Self-Consolidating Concrete Testing

All products in this SCC group meet ASTM standards, with the exception of the L-Box for which an ASTM procedure is still pending.

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