Slump Test

The Slump Test is an important test for assessing the workability of concrete. It involves placing a sample of freshly mixed concrete in a conical mold, then measuring the height of the slump to determine how workable the concrete is. The Slump Test is a fast and reliable way to assess workability and can also help identify potential problems with the mix design, such as too much or too little water or inconsistant aggregate size. The Slump Test is a valuable tool for concrete construction