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Category: Petrographics

  The concrete pavement on Court Avenue, in Bellefontaine, Ohio was installed in 1893 as part of a project to pave all 4 streets surrounding the Court House of this small c…
Physical, chemical, and petrographic properties were assessed to better understand the 125-year-old pavement’s durability and longevity... https://www.amengtest.com/news/2014/10/articles/2019/02/project-update-aet-examines-sample-oldest-concrete-pavement-america/


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Category: Petrographics/Chemistry

The older we get, the more often we remark that nothing stays the same. This is especially true when it comes to mortars used in masonry construction. The differences we see in the…
https://www.amengtest.com/news/2014/10/articles/2017/01/quick-guide-historic-mortar-sampling/


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Category: Petrographics/Chemistry

Petrography at its most basic is akin to the “CSI of concrete”. At a more in depth level, Petrographers (those who study petrography) receive samples which they then cut, polish, …
https://www.amengtest.com/news/2014/10/articles/2015/12/troubleshooting-concrete-floors-petrography/


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American Engineering Testing, Inc. (AET) announces the addition of Dr. John Beaty as Historic Preservation Specialist to the Petrographics and Chemistry Group. Managing Princip…
https://www.amengtest.com/news/2015/12/john-beaty/


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American Engineering Testing, Inc. (AET) announces the addition of Cyler Hayes, Senior Chemist, to the Petrographic Group. Managing Principal and Vice President Gerard Moulzolf is…
https://www.amengtest.com/news/2015/10/cyler-hayes/


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