Fresh Concrete Testing
- The Kelly Ball test was developed in the 1950’s in the United States as a fast alternative to the slump test.
- The simple and inexpensive test can be quickly performed on in-place concrete and the results can be correlated to slump.
- The UTC-0570 Kelly Ball Apparatus consists of a 6-inch (152 mm) diameter ball which slides through a frame that rests on the fresh concrete.
|Weight (approx.)||15 kg|
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