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AS 1316-2003

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Masonry cement

Specifies requirements for masonry cement, a hydraulic cement intended for use in mortars for masonry construction in conjunction with masonry units of clay, calcium, silicate, concrete and square dressed natural stone.
Published: 16/01/2003
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Table of contents
Cited references
Content history
Table of contents
Header
About this publication
Preface
Foreword
1 Scope
2 Referenced documents
3 Materials
3.1 Portland cement clinker
3.2 General purpose portland cement
3.3 General purpose blended cement
3.4 Fly ash
3.5 Ground Granulated iron blast-furnace slag
3.6 Limestone
3.7 Mineral additions
3.8 Hydrated Lime
3.9 Calcium sulfate
3.10 Admixtures
4 Masonry cement types and composition
4.1 Masonry cement
4.2 Masonry composite cement
4.3 Masonry binary cements
5 Sampling and testing
6 Requirements
6.1 Specified properties
6.2 Reportable properties
7 Packing, marking and delivery of bagged masonry cement
7.1 Packing and delivery
7.2 Marking
Cited references in this standard
[Current]
Methods of testing portland, blended and masonry cements, Method 1: Sampling
[Current]
Methods of testing portland, blended and masonry cements, Method 18: Determination of water retention of masonry cement
[Current]
Methods of testing portland, blended and masonry cements, Method 17: Determination of soundness of masonry cement
[Current]
Methods of testing portland, blended and masonry cements, Part 16: Determination of air content of masonry cement
[Current]
Methods of testing portland, blended and masonry cements, Method 11: Compressive strength
Content history
[Superseded]
DR 98633