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- Subject: Re: Type V Cement
- From: nmoore(--nospam--at)innercite.com
- Date: Wed, 25 Mar 1998 22:10:31 -0800
Pat: We're doing a lot of pole foundations in the Las Vegas area and all of the foundations are f'c = 4500 psi and Type V cement. Neil Moore, S.E. >Much of the sulfate attack, I've seen in southern Nevada has been from >irrigation water on old curbs, sidewalks, grade beams, and slab edges >from sprinkler and irrigation water. A large percentage of the municipal >water comes from wells in this area, therefore if there are sulfates in >the soil, they are likely to be in the water, and that includes the water >in the transit mixer or batch plant. > >What would be the downside of using Type V, if it wasn't needed? > > >Pat Quinn >Henderson, Nevada
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