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ASTM International - ASTM E835/E835M-93(2002)

Standard Guide for Modular Coordination of Clay and Concrete Masonry Units (Withdrawn 2011)

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 15 February 1993
Status: inactive
Page Count: 4
ICS Code (Mineral materials and products): 91.100.15
scope:

1.1 This guide covers unit sizes for clay and concrete masonry units laid in mortar for use in buildings and building systems designed in accordance with the principles of modular coordination. Specifically it covers:

1.1.1 Sizes of full-size units and supplementary units.

1.1.2 Joint thicknesses.

1.1.3 Specified dimensions.

1.2 Permissible variations from specified dimensions of masonry units vary with intended use, project requirements and type of product. Thus, permissible dimensional variations for masonry units should be obtained from the appropriate ASTM specification. See Section 2 for a listing of appropriate specifications.

abstract:

This guide covers unit sizes for clay and concrete masonry units laid in mortar for use in buildings and building systems designed in accordance with the principles of modular coordination.... View More

Document History

September 10, 1999
Standard Guide for Modular Coordination of Clay and Concrete Masonry Units
1.1 This guide covers unit sizes for clay and concrete masonry units laid in mortar for use in buildings and building systems designed in accordance with the principles of modular coordination....
ASTM E835/E835M-93(2002)
February 15, 1993
Standard Guide for Modular Coordination of Clay and Concrete Masonry Units (Withdrawn 2011)
1.1 This guide covers unit sizes for clay and concrete masonry units laid in mortar for use in buildings and building systems designed in accordance with the principles of modular coordination....
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