AS/NZS 4456.18:1997 Masonry units and segmental pavers - Methods of test - Determining tensile strength of masonry units and segmental pavers

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 4456.18:1997
Valid from
4/04/1997

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This Standard sets out the method for determining the tensile strength (indirect splitting strength) of masonry units and segmental pavers of most types, sizes and materials.

It describes the preparation of the specimens, the conditioning required before testing, the apparatus, the method of test, the method of calculation and the contents of the test report.

The test may not be suitable for very highly perforated units.

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AS/NZS 4456.18:1997 Masonry units and segmental pavers - Methods of test - Determining tensile strength of masonry units and segmental pavers

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AS/NZS 4456.18:1997 Masonry units and segmental pavers - Methods of test - Determining tensile strength of masonry units and segmental pavers

Description

This Standard sets out the method for determining the tensile strength (indirect splitting strength) of masonry units and segmental pavers of most types, sizes and materials.

It describes the preparation of the specimens, the conditioning required before testing, the apparatus, the method of test, the method of calculation and the contents of the test report.

The test may not be suitable for very highly perforated units.

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AS/NZS 4456.18:1997 Masonry units and segmental pavers - Methods of test - Determining tensile strength of masonry units and segmental pavers
Description

This Standard sets out the method for determining the tensile strength (indirect splitting strength) of masonry units and segmental pavers of most types, sizes and materials.

It describes the preparation of the specimens, the conditioning required before testing, the apparatus, the method of test, the method of calculation and the contents of the test report.

The test may not be suitable for very highly perforated units.

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