BS 6610:1996 - Specification for Pozzolanic pulverized-fuel ash cement

BS 6610:1996

Specification for Pozzolanic pulverized-fuel ash cement

Status : Withdrawn   Published : June 1996

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Requirements for composition, strength, physical and chemical properties of one strength class.




Standard NumberBS 6610:1996
TitleSpecification for Pozzolanic pulverized-fuel ash cement
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date15 June 1996
Confirm Date01 October 2007
Withdrawn Date16 January 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS 6610:1991
Draft Superseded By94/100796 DC
DescriptorsPozzolanic cement, Cements, Fly ash, Composition, Additives, Compressive strength, Chemical composition, Marking, Setting, Time, Expansion (deformation), Defects, Physical properties of materials, Chemical properties, Conformity, Inspection, Statistical quality control, Sampling methods, Quality control, Storage, Safety measures, Construction materials
ICS91.100.10
Title in FrenchSpecification du ciment a la pouzolane pulverisee au carburant
Title in GermanSpezifikation fuer pozzolanischen Brennstoffaschenzement
CommitteeB/516/6
ISBN0 580 25411 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages18
File Size369.4 KB
NotesThis standard is withdrawn as BS EN 14216:2004 for Very Low Heat Special cements does have a strength class of 22.5 (VLH IV A or B), thereby making BS 6610:1996 potentially in conflict with a CEN harmonised standard
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