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[Cob] Test BricksShannon C. Dealy dealy at deatech.com
Wed May 10 10:06:52 PDT 2006
On Wed, 10 May 2006, Dave Brown wrote: > What, if any, is the downside of drying test bricks in an oven at minimum > temp? At higher temps? [snip] The faster the bricks are dried, the more likely they are to crack, and a good mix shouldn't crack when it dries, so if you oven dry them and they crack, you won't know if they would crack or not in the real world. On the other hand if you oven dry and they don't crack, then you shouldn't have any problems with cracking in your building. Shannon C. Dealy | DeaTech Research Inc. dealy at deatech.com | - Custom Software Development - | Embedded Systems, Real-time, Device Drivers Phone: (800) 467-5820 | Networking, Scientific & Engineering Applications or: (541) 929-4089 | www.deatech.com
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