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ggbs slag british standard bs 6699

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BS 6699: Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag for Use with Portland Cement pdf Download. Manufacture, fineness, glass content, chemical composition moisture content and, when used with cement, strength, setting time and soundness. Tests for glass content and moisture content.

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BS 6699:1992 - Specification for ground granulated ...

Standard Number: BS 6699:1992: Title: Specification for ground granulated blastfurnace slag for use with Portland cement: Status: Superseded, Withdrawn: Publication Date: 01 April 1992: Confirm Date: 15 April 1998: Withdrawn Date: 28 April 2009: Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard) No other standards are normatively referenced

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blast furnace slag (GGBFS/GGBS) BS EN

The Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) Product Standard: GB/T 18046(Chinese standard) BS EN 15167-1 BS 6699(UK standard) Grade: S75 S95 S105: Chemical Modulus: SiO2+ CaO+ MgO: 80.04% (CaO+ MgO)/ SiO2: 1.42 CaO/ SiO2: 1.15: Way of Packaging: in bulk,1.5 tons/ pp bag: Supply Ability: 50,000 T per month: Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 T: Delivery Time

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Free download BS 6699:1992 standard: Specification

2021-7-1  British Standards (BS) are the standards produced by the BSI Group which is incorporated under a Royal Charter and which is formally designated as the National Standards Body for the United Kingdom (UK). Overview standard BS 6699:1992 Specification for ground granulated blastfurnace slag for use with Portland cement: This standard describe about ...

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Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag for

The Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag(GGBFS/GGBS) Product Standard: GB/T 18046(Chinese standard) BS EN 15167-1 BS 6699(UK standard) Grade: S75 S95 S105: Chemical Modulus: SiO2+ CaO+ MgO: 80.04% (CaO+ MgO)/ SiO2: 1.42 CaO/ SiO2: 1.15: Way of Packaging: in bulk, Supply Ability: 50,000 T per month: Minimum Order Quantity: 1000 T: Delivery Time

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2013-6-13  BS 6699 : 1992 Specification for Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag for use with Portland Cement BS EN 15167-1 Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag for use in concrete,

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Granulated Blastfurnace Slag - Euroslag

2019-1-25  Properties: Using slag cements or GGBS as a concrete addition result in several advantageous concrete properties. Slag cements have a low heat of hydration. Concrete made with blastfurnace slag cement or with GGBS ... z British Standard BS 6699: Ground granulated blastfurnace slag for use with Portland cement (1992) z ASTM C 989: Ground ...

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BS EN 15167-1:2006 - Ground granulated blast

In order to allow for any changes in national regulations, the Commission in consultation with Member States has agreed a transition period for the co-existence of EN 15167-1 and corresponding national standards. Therefore at the end of this period BS 6699:1992 will be withdrawn. Price. £186.00.

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What is GGBS? Its Advantages and Disadvantages ...

2020-10-2  GGBS is used to make durable concrete structure in combination with ordinary Portland cement and/or the other pozzolanic materials like fly ash, silica fume, usage of GGBS along with OPC in concrete is recommended in BS 6699:1986, ASTM C989:1982, IS 456:2000, and GGBS to OPC in the range of 25%-70% shall be added to manufacture Portland Slag ...

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Free download BS 6699:1992 standard: Specification

2021-7-1  To download standard BS 6699:1992 Specification for ground granulated blastfurnace slag for use with Portland cement: Click the Download arrow icon. If the link fails, the document cannot be downloaded, please click on the Broken link to let us know. To view the content of other pages click on the transfer page Icon.

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BS 6699:1992 Specification for ground granulated ...

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Granulated Blastfurnace Slag - Euroslag

2019-1-25  Properties: Using slag cements or GGBS as a concrete addition result in several advantageous concrete properties. Slag cements have a low heat of hydration. Concrete made with blastfurnace slag cement or with GGBS ... z British Standard BS 6699: Ground granulated blastfurnace slag for use with Portland cement (1992) z ASTM C 989: Ground ...

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What is GGBS? Its Advantages and Disadvantages ...

2020-10-2  GGBS is used to make durable concrete structure in combination with ordinary Portland cement and/or the other pozzolanic materials like fly ash, silica fume, usage of GGBS along with OPC in concrete is recommended in BS 6699:1986, ASTM C989:1982, IS 456:2000, and GGBS to OPC in the range of 25%-70% shall be added to manufacture Portland Slag ...

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BS EN 15167-1:2006 Ground granulated blastfurnace

Includes sampling methods, apparatus, test procedure, quality control methods and expression of results. The standard does not cover practical application of these materials. Document History Supersedes BS 6699:1992. Incorporates corrigendum No.1 - 16763 October 2006. This standard is a Harmonised European Standard (hEN).

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Performance Of Concretes Incorporated With GGBS

Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag (GGBS) Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag, conforming to BS: 6699: 1992, was used in this study. The physical properties and the chemical composition of the GGBS used are presented in the Table 3. Fine and Coarse Aggregates The fine aggregate used was reddish sand obtained from Badarpur.

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UK PROCEDURES FOR THE USE OF ADDITIONS AS PART

2020-12-9  procedures were in British Standard s. For this reason the procedures were placed in the British Standard for each addition, that is BS 6699 for ggbs and BS 3892-1 for fly ash. With time these British Standards were to be superseded by their harmonized European versions, BS 15167 for ggbs and EN 450 for fly ash.

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Efficacy of Cement-Stabilized GBS and GGBS Cushions in ...

provide the necessary alkali for activation. However, BS 6699, British Standard specification for GGBS for use with Portland cement (1986), specifies a requirement that (CaO+ MgO+ A12O3)/ SiO2 should be greater than 1. In addition, as the CaO/ SiO2 ratio increases, the rate of reactivity of the GGBS also increases up to a limiting

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Regen GGBS - Cement Substitute Hanson UK

2021-7-30  In British Standards GGBS is referred to as an ‘addition’ and counts fully towards the cement content in concrete. Regen conforms to BS EN 15167-1 “Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag for use in concrete, mortar and grout” and is available

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GGBS; sustainable alternative to Portland Cement

As a by-product of existing industrial processes, GGBS is even more sustainable than many other cement substitutes such as fly ash. Our products conform to BS EN 15167-1. This is the British standard for the use of Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag in concrete, mortar and grout. GGBS

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Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag

1. Full chemical analysis in accordance with the requirements of BS 6699 : 1992, as well as EN 15167-1 2006. 2. Full range of physical test to BS 6699 : 1992, as well as EN 15167-1 2006 including compressive strength test on a combination of 70% Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag and 30% Portland Cement.

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Granulated Blastfurnace Slag - Euroslag

2019-1-25  Properties: Using slag cements or GGBS as a concrete addition result in several advantageous concrete properties. Slag cements have a low heat of hydration. Concrete made with blastfurnace slag cement or with GGBS ... z British Standard BS 6699: Ground granulated blastfurnace slag for use with Portland cement (1992) z ASTM C 989: Ground ...

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Workability and maturity properties of ground granulated ...

2018-6-16  BS British Standard publication OPC ordinary Portland cement (BS 12) GGBS ground granulated blastfurnace slag (BS 6699) PFA pulverised fuel-ash (BS 3892) RHPC rapid-hardening Portland cement SRPC sulphate-resisting Portland cement PBFC Portland blastfurnace cement (BS 146) LHPBFC low heat Portland blastfurnace cement (BS 4246)

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BS EN 15167-1:2006 Ground granulated blastfurnace

Includes sampling methods, apparatus, test procedure, quality control methods and expression of results. The standard does not cover practical application of these materials. Document History Supersedes BS 6699:1992. Incorporates corrigendum No.1 - 16763 October 2006. This standard is a Harmonised European Standard (hEN).

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Effect of steel slag and Portland cement in the rate of ...

2012-10-26  • A Ground Granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) obtained from Civil and Marine, a part of Hanson UK. The material was marketed under the standard BS 6699 “Specification for ground granulated blast furnace slag for use with Portland cement”.

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Regen GGBS - Cement Substitute Hanson UK

2021-7-30  In British Standards GGBS is referred to as an ‘addition’ and counts fully towards the cement content in concrete. Regen conforms to BS EN 15167-1 “Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag for use in concrete, mortar and grout” and is available

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Efficacy of Cement-Stabilized GBS and GGBS Cushions in ...

provide the necessary alkali for activation. However, BS 6699, British Standard specification for GGBS for use with Portland cement (1986), specifies a requirement that (CaO+ MgO+ A12O3)/ SiO2 should be greater than 1. In addition, as the CaO/ SiO2 ratio increases, the rate of reactivity of the GGBS also increases up to a limiting

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GGBS; sustainable alternative to Portland Cement

As a by-product of existing industrial processes, GGBS is even more sustainable than many other cement substitutes such as fly ash. Our products conform to BS EN 15167-1. This is the British standard for the use of Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag in concrete, mortar and grout. GGBS

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DESIGN OF NORMAL CONCRETE MIXES

2017-11-27  material complying with BS 3892:Part 1 [7], or using Portland pulveris ed-fuel ash cement complying with BS 6588 [8]. Guidance is also given on the design of mixes incorporating ground granulated blastfurnace slag (ggbs) complying with BS 6699 [9] or using Portland-blastfurnace cements complying with BS 146 [10] or BS 4246 [11].

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COMMENTS ON THE DETERMINATION OF THE RATIO

This paper discusses several methods for determining the ratio of Portland cement to ground granulated blastfurnace slag (GGBS) in hardened concrete. British Standard BS 1881, Part 124, Section 5.8 (see IRRD 818907) details a standard method for this determination, based on measuring how much of the sulphur in the concrete is present as sulphide.

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