As you’ve probably noticed, the main causes of low breaks are the result of mistakes made because of human-error. These issues happen, not only at the beginning stages of pouring when specimen are first made, but also during curing, transportation, and even after samples have already made it to the lab.
Since cylinders need to be created as soon as pouring takes place, mistakes are often made onsite because workers are in a rush. Lack of experience also plays a big role.
It’s no secret that there is a shortage of skilled labour. As the workforce matures, new technicians and field personnel managing the process are less experienced with ASTM standards.
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