Capital Asphalt Productions

Site

Capital Asphalt

Accreditation No.

20970

Site No.

25200

Date of Accreditation

06 Oct 2021

Address

5 Paspaley Street
Hume, ACT 2620
Australia

capitalasphalt.com.au

Contact

Mr Ryan Burgin P: +61 0431123412

Availability

Services conditionally available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Aggregate properties Aggregates Moisture content Drying oven; Hot plate AS 1289.2.1.1; AS 1289.2.1.6; RMS (NSW) Method T121; RMS (NSW) Method T262
Particle size distribution Sieve analysis; Sieve analysis of material finer than 75 µm AS 1141.11.1; AS 1141.12;  RMS (NSW) Method T201; RMS (NSW) Method T203
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt extraction and grading Asphalts Bitumen content and aggregate grading; Moisture content Reflux AS/NZS 2891.3.1; AS/NZS 2891.10; RMS (NSW) Method T607; RMS (NSW) Method T660
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt specimen manufacture Asphalts Specimen compaction; Specimen conditioning Gyratory compaction; Handling and conditioning AS/NZS 2891.2.1; AS/NZS 2891.2.2: RMS (NSW) Method T661; RMS (NSW) Method T662
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt volumetric properties Asphalts Bulk density; Maximum density; Mix volume ratio density; Voids and density relationship Mensuration; Pycnometer; Water displacement AS/NZS 2891.7.1; AS/NZS 2891.8; AS/NZS 2891.9.2; AS/NZS 2891.9.3
Sample collection Aggregates Not applicable Aggregate from a bin; Aggregate from a stockpile; Aggregate from a truck AS 1141.3.1; TfNSW Method T100
Asphalts Not applicable Extraction of an asphalt core - Wet technique; Loose asphalt AS/NZS 2891.1.1; AS 1289.1.2; TfNSW Method T631; TfNSW Method T632

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