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Association News • Personal Protective Equipment; Technical Tips, Nozzleman Knowl- • Communications; edge, Safety Shooter, and other rele- • Lighting, Back, and Spine Safety; vant feature articles. • Shotcrete Materials; The Nozzleman Compilation will • Shotcrete Equipment; and be sent free of charge to all current • Shotcrete Placement: Wet- and Dry- ASA Nozzleman Members as part of mix Processes. their overall membership benefits. As a significant benefit of mem- Additional copies of the document can bership, all Corporate Members will be purchased from the ASA Bookstore receive one complimentary copy of at www.shotcrete.org/BookstoreNet/ this publication. Additional copies are available through the default.aspx. ASA Bookstore for $25 each (for members; $100 for nonmem- bers). It is available in both print and electronic formats; the ACI 506.2-13 Specification for details of each are as follows: Shotcrete Now Available • Print: Soft cover, 8.5 x 11 in., 20 pages, color-printed, and Now available in the ASA Bookstore staple-bound. is the latest revision of ACI 506.2-13, • Electronic: Copy-protected PDF, viewable using only Adobe “Specification for Shotcrete.” This Reader or Acrobat software on up to three different desktop specification contains the construc- and laptop computers only—not compatible with tablet tion requirements for the application computers or mobile devices at this time. of shotcrete. Both wet- and dry-mix For more information or to purchase a copy of this pub- shotcrete are addressed, as well as lication, visit the ASA Bookstore at www.shotcrete.org/ fiber-reinforced shotcrete. The min- BookstoreNet/default.aspx. imum standard for materials, proper- New 2013 Nozzleman Compilation ACI recommends that the materials, processes, qualityties, testing, and application are covered. Published control measures, and inspections described in this specifica- ASA has recently published a new edition of its annual Noz- tion should be tested, monitored, or performed as applicable zleman Compilation. Each year, the Nozzleman Compilation only by individuals holding the appropriate ACI certifications is updated with articles from the previous year’s issues of or equivalent. Shotcrete magazine; the articles are selected specifically for For more details or to order a copy, please visit the ASA their relevance to the shotcrete nozzleman. Sources include Bookstore at www.shotcrete.org/BookstoreNet/default.aspx. Shotcrete for Repair and Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures The American Shotcrete Association (ASA) is proud to offer Shotcrete for Repair and Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures, the first in a series of digital PowerPoint presentations designed to provide specifiers with a better understanding of the shotcrete process. This presentation specifically focuses on the use of shotcrete for concrete repair and rehabilitation applications. Topics include shotcrete references, definitions, processes, uses, the history of shotcrete, and important components of a shotcrete specification. The presentation is provided on a 2 gigabyte USB flash drive that also includes the following ASA publications: The History of Shotcrete by George Yoggy, Shotcrete Versatility Plus, the video of the World of Concrete Mega Demo, and the ASA brochure, Shotcrete, A proven process for the new millennium. Future editions of the presentation will include information on mining and tunneling, pools and recreational shotcrete, and other sectors of the concrete construction industry. ASA Members: $25.00 each Nonmembers: $45.00 each To order, call ASA at (248) 848-3780 or visit www.shotcrete.org Shotcrete • Spring 2014 51


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