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  • AS 3638-1993

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    Test sieving procedures

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    Withdrawn date:  30-06-2017

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1993

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    Specifies requirements and sets out recommendations for the use of test sieves made from woven wire or perforated plate in the aperture size range 32 µm to 125 mm.

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    This Standard outlines the main factors affecting sieving and the results obtained, and recommends general principles for apparatus, procedure and presentation of results. This Standard is applicable to sieving tests on materials which range in particle size from 32 mm to 125 mm, and vary in their physical and chemical properties.This Standard is intended as a guide to all who are responsible for deciding on sieving procedures and formulates general principles of sieving which may be applied to many natural and artificial materials. It considers the alternatives of wet or dry sieving, and hand or mechanical shaking of test sieves, and recommends the method or combination of methods which will ensure both rapid and efficient separation of fine particles into discrete fractions. The method selected depends on the physical properties and the predominate particle size of the material to be tested.Sieve analysis may be undertaken -(a) as part of a research project involving an investigation of the particle size of a material;(b) as part of a control procedure for the production of material where the particle size distribution is important; and(c) as the basis of a contract for the supply of material specified to be within stated grading limits.

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    Committee CH-032
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note Withdrawn 30-01-2017.
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Withdrawn
    Supersedes

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    First published as AS 3638-1993.

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS 1141-1974 Methods for sampling and testing aggregates
    AS 1152-1993 Specification for test sieves
    AS 1038.1-1992 Coal and coke - Analysis and testing Higher rank coal - Total moisture
    AS 2646.1-1984 Sampling of solid mineral fuels Guide to the use of Parts 2 to 8

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    AS 3870-1991 Certified reference materials - General guide to material selection, preparation, testing and certification
    AS/NZS 4521:1997 Abrasive grains - Test-sieving machines
    AS/NZS 4514:1997 Abrasives products - Grain sizes of diamond or cubic boron nitride 41 micrometres to 1180 micrometres
    AS 1141.11-1996 Methods for sampling and testing aggregates - Particle size distribution by sieving
    AS 1141.11.1-2009 Methods for sampling and testing aggregates Particle size distribution - Sieving method
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