ACI 310.1-20 Specifcation for Polished Concrete Slab Finishes.
1.3—Defnitions Please refer to the latest version of ACI Concrete Termi- nology for a comprehensive list of defnitions. Defnitions provided herein complement that resource. abrasive impregnated pad—a pad, resembling a typical foor maintenance burnishing pad, that can contain indus- trial-grade diamonds and has the capability of refning the concrete surface on a microscopic level. abrasive tooling—tooling that contains industrial grade abrasives within a bonded matrix (such as metallic, resinous, ceramic) that are attached to rotating heads to refne the concrete substrate. accepted—determined by Architect/Engineer to be in compliance with Contract Documents. aggregate exposure—grinding a concrete foor surface with bonded abrasives to achieve a specifed class of exposed aggregate. aggregate exposure class—the surface exposure after grinding and polishing operations based on visual observa- tion of the overall area of the polished foor. aggregate pop-outs—where either the coarse or fne aggregate becomes dislodged from the matrix of the concrete. Architect/Engineer—the architect, engineer, architec- tural frm, or engineering frm developing Contract Docu- ments, or administering the Work under Contract Docu- ments, or both. Construction Documents—written and graphic docu- ments and specifcations prepared or assembled for describing the location, design, materials, and physical characteristics of the elements of a project necessary for obtaining a building permit and construction of the project. Contract Documents—set of documents that form the basis of a contractual relationship between the Owner and Contractor or design-builder. These documents are defned by the contractual agreement, and can contain contract forms, contract conditions, specifcations, drawings, addenda, and contract changes.
1.4—Referenced standards 1.4.1 Standards referred to in this Specifcation are listed with serial designation including year of adoption or revision. 22.214.171.124 ASTM International standards ASTM D523-14—Standard Test Method for Specular Gloss ASTM D638-14—Standard Test Method for Tensile Prop- erties of Plastics ASTM D2240-15e1—Standard Test Method for Rubber Property—Durometer Hardness ASTM D4039-09 (2015)—Standard Test Method for Refection Haze of High-Gloss Surfaces ASTM E1155-14—Standard Test Method for Deter- mining F F Floor Flatness and F L Floor Levelness Numbers ASTM D5767-17—Standard Test Method for Instru- mental Measurement of Distinctness-of-Image (DOI) Gloss of Coated Surfaces 1.5—Submittals 1.5.1 General—Provide submittals as indicated in Contract Documents. No Work shall be performed relating to a submittal until the submittal is approved by Architect/ Engineer in writing. 1.5.2 Substitution—Submit substitution requests that specifcally identify proposed substitution and demonstrate compliance with performance requirements in accordance with Contract Documents. 1.5.3 Contractor’s quality control plan—If required, submit a quality control plan showing means, methods, products and equipment to be used to obtain the specifed polished slab fnish. Provide information related to quality control in accordance with 1.7.1.ACI 310.1 pdf download.