Global Concrete Testing

Site

Global Concrete Testing

Accreditation No.

20474

Site No.

24521

Date of Accreditation

12 Feb 2019

Address

10/562 Geelong Road
Brooklyn, VIC 3012
Australia

Contact

Mr Stephen Bamford P: +61 0458900091

Availability

Services 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 - Concrete, grout and mortar consistence in-situ Concrete, grout and mortar Slump flow Cone; J-ring AS 1012.3.1; AS 1012.3.5 
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Concrete, grout and mortar properties Concrete, grout and mortar Indirect tensile strength Brazil AS 1012.10
Compressive strength Core; Cube; Cylinder AS 1012.9, AS 1012.14
Mass per unit volume - Hardened concrete Dimensions AS 1012.12.1
Mass per unit volume - Fresh concrete In-situ measurement using fixed volume measure AS 1012.5
Air content of freshly mixed concrete Reduced air pressure AS 1012.4.2
Flexural strength Modulus of rupture AS 1012.11
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Concrete, grout and mortar specimen manufacture and curing Concrete, grout and mortar Specimen manufacture and curing Curing cylinder specimens in the laboratory; Curing flexural strength specimens in the laboratory; In-situ manufacture and curing of cylindrical specimens; In-situ manufacture and curing of drying shrinkage specimens; In-situ manufacture and curing of flexural strength specimens; In-situ manufacture and curing of grout and mortar cubes AS 1012.8.1; AS 1012.8.2; AS 1012.8.3; AS 1012.8.4
Specimen conditioning Wet conditioning of hardened concrete core specimens AS 1012.14
Sample collection Concrete, grout and mortar Not applicable Fresh concrete from a mixer; Fresh concrete from deposited concrete; Fresh grout AS 1012.1

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