Hawkesbury Eco Asphalt Pty Ltd

Site

Hawkesbury Eco Asphalt

Accreditation No.

20717

Site No.

24859

Date of Accreditation

29 Jun 2020

Address

60 Argyle Street
South Windsor, NSW 2756
Australia

heasphalt.com.au

Contact

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 - Aggregate properties Aggregates Particle size distribution Sieve analysis AS 1141.11.1
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt extraction and grading Asphalts Bitumen content and aggregate grading Reflux AS/NZS 2891.3.1, RMS (NSW) Method T607
Moisture content Not applicable RMS (NSW) Method T660
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt field density Asphalts Density ratio and air voids Not applicable AS/NZS 2891.14.5

Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt specimen manufacture Asphalts Specimen conditioning Handling and conditioning AS/NZS 2891.2.1, RMS (NSW) Method T661
Specimen compaction Gyratory compaction AS/NZS 2891.2.2, RMS (NSW) Method T662
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt volumetric properties Asphalts Bulk density Mensuration; Presaturation AS/NZS 2891.9.2, AS/NZS 2891.9.3
Maximum density Methylated spirits displacement AS/NZS 2891.7.3, RMS (NSW) Method T605
Voids and density relationship Not applicable AS/NZS 2891.8
Mix volume ratio density Not applicable RMS (NSW) Method T646
Sample collection Aggregates Not applicable Aggregate from a stockpile AS 1141.3.1
Asphalts Not applicable Extraction of an asphalt core - Dry technique; Extraction of an asphalt core - Wet technique; Loose asphalt AS/NZS 2891.1.1, AS 2891.1.2, RMS (NSW) Method T631;TfNSW T631;

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