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Posted by Jay J -Moderator on July 26th, 2001 04:09 PM
In reply to poured concrete foundation by Tony on July 26th, 2001 02:55 PM [Go to top of thread]

Hi Tony,

I'm not a total expert in concrete but I'll get you started.

In hot weather, you want to avoid having the concrete dry too fast. Sometimes, this is why you see it covered w/plastic or you see someone 'misting' it.

As far as honeycombing, I have a couple of links I found that talk about it. Honeycombing apparently doesn't have anything to do w/the temperature. Instead, it has to do w/the consolidation (or settling) of the mix when it's poured. Review them and see.

Problems With Concrete - Click the first Honeycomb link, and from there, you can click the 'Next' URL to get to the Next page ...

Everything You Wanted To Know About Concrete, And ASK If You Cant Find It! - Search the site (if you can) or e-mail them directly w/your question/concerns ...

My best to ya and hope this helps.

Jay J -Moderator

PS: Of course, stick around to hear more about Honeycombing and the pouring of concrete in 95 degree weather from other Pros. (Others are 'around' ...)

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