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AS/NZS 4456.10:2003

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Masonry units, segmental pavers and flags — Methods of test, Method 10: Determining resistance to salt attack

This Standard sets out methods for testing masonry units, segmental pavers and flags, to determine their resistance to salt attack.
Published: 25/09/2003
Pages: 9
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Table of contents
Cited references
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Table of contents
Header
About this publication
1 Scope
2 Principle
3 Referenced documents
4 Definitions
5 Apparatus and reagent
5.1 General
5.2 Method A
5.3 Method B
6 Test sample
6.1 Selection
6.2 Preparation of test specimens
6.2.1 Method A—stone
6.2.2 Method B—materials other than dimension stone
6.3 Conditioning
7 Test solution
7.1 General
7.2 Preparation of sodium sulfate solution
7.2.1 Drying of salt
7.2.2 Sodium sulfate solution
7.3 Preparation of sodium chloride test solution
7.3.1 Drying of salt
7.3.2 Sodium chloride solution
8 Procedure
8.1 General
8.2 Method A
8.3 Method B
9 Recording
9.1 General
9.2 Method A
9.3 Method B
10 Report
10.1 General
10.2 Method A
10.3 Method B
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Cited references in this standard
[Current]
Masonry structures — Commentary (Supplement 1 to AS 3700:2018)
[Superseded]
Masonry units and segmental pavers
[Current]
Masonry units, segmental pavers and flags — Methods of test, Part 0: General introduction and list of methods
[Current]
Masonry units, segmental pavers and flags — Methods of test, Method 1: Sampling for test
[Current]
Masonry units, segmental pavers and flags — Methods of test, Part 14: Determining water absorption properties
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