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ASTM D 1863—05 Specification for Mineral Aggregate Used on Built-up Roofs (PDF Download)

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This specification covers the standards for the quality and grading of crushed stone, crushed slag, and water-worn gravel intended for use as coarse mineral aggregate on built-up roofs. The crushed stone and gravel shall be hard, durable, opaque, and free of foreign substances. The crushed slag, on the other hand, shall be hard, air-cooled, and free of as well of any foreign particles. The specimens shall comply with the gradation and physical requirements prescribed herein and shall undergo testing which include a gradation test, moisture test, unit mass test, dust, and hardness test.

This standard is referenced in the 2012 International Building Code® and the International Residential Code®.

 

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Publisher:
ASTM International
Pages:
2

This specification covers the standards for the quality and grading of crushed stone, crushed slag, and water-worn gravel intended for use as coarse mineral aggregate on built-up roofs. The crushed stone and gravel shall be hard, durable, opaque, and free of foreign substances. The crushed slag, on the other hand, shall be hard, air-cooled, and free of as well of any foreign particles. The specimens shall comply with the gradation and physical requirements prescribed herein and shall undergo testing which include a gradation test, moisture test, unit mass test, dust, and hardness test.

This standard is referenced in the 2012 International Building Code® and the International Residential Code®.