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Environmentally Controlled Concrete Laboratory

The Environmentally Controlled Laboratory is located in 1153 Learned Hall. The lab has a temperature and humidity controlled chamber with over 300 square feet for floor space to allow for testing of hundreds of concrete specimens for free shrinkage and scaling resistance. The lab is equipped with automated machines capable of exposing up to 60 specimens to freezing and thawing cycles. Three saturated limewater tanks provide space for curing hundreds of specimens prior to testing.

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