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Is 12894 : 1990

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IS
12894 :
1990
Indian Standard
FLY ASH-LIME BRICKS - SPECIFICATIONYl7?fbmm
UDC 691’421’2 : [ 666’924 + 662’613’13 }
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BIS 1990
BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS
MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARGNEW DELHI 110002
July
1990
Price Groop 1
(Reaffirmed 1999)
 
Building Lime and Lime Products Sectional Committee, CED 4FOREWORDThis Indian Standard was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards on 7 May 1990, after the draftfinalized by the Building Lime and Lime Products Sectional Committee had been approved by theCivil Engineering Division Council.Fly Ash is a useful by-product from thermal power stations using pulverized coal as fuel and hasconsiderable pozzolanic activity. This national resource can be gainfully utilized for manufacture offly ash-lime bricks as a supplement to common burnt clay building bricks leading to conservation ofnatural resources and improvement in environmental quality.Fly ash-lime bricks are obtained frommaterials consisting of fly ash in major quantity, lime and an accelerator acting as a catalyst. Fly ash-lime bricks are generally manufactured by intergrinding or blending various raw materials which arethen moulded into bricks and subjected to curing cycles at different temperatures and pressures. Onoccasions. as and when required, crushed bottom ash or sand is also used in the composition of theraw material. Crushed bottom ash or sand is used in the composition as a coarser material to controlwater absorption in the final product. Fly ash reacts with lime in presence of moisture to form acalcium silicate hydrate which is the binder material. Thus fly ash-lime brick is a chemically bondedbrick.These bricks are suitable for use in masonry construction just like common burnt clay bricks.Production of fly ash-lime building bricks has already started in the country and it is expected thatthis standard would encourage its production and use on mass scale. This standard lays down theessential requirements of fly ash-lime bricks so as to achieve uniformity in the manufacture of suchbricks.This standard is based on the results of investigation carried out by the various research organizationsin the country.For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, thefinal value, observed or calculated. expressing the result of a test or analysis, shall be rounded off inaccordance with IS 2
:
1960 ‘Rules for rounding off numerical values
( revised )‘.
The number ofsignificant places retained in the rounded cfl value should be the same as that of the specified value inthis standard.
 
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1 SCOPE3 GIQ4ERA.LREQUIREMENT!%1.1
This standard lays down the requirements3.1 Visually the bricks shalI be sound, compactfor classification., generalquality, dimensions and and uniform in shape. The bricks shall be freephysical.requirements of fly, ash-lime bricks usedfrom visible cracka+ warpage and organic matter.in buildings.
3.2 The bricks shall be solid and with or without2 REFERENCESfrog I@ o 20mm deep
on,
oned iW flat side.
Theshape and size of the frog shall conform to either2.1
The
following Indian Stan&r&are neeussaryFig.
IA or
Fig. IB. The bricks shall have smoothIadjunct3 to this standard:rectangular faces with sharp and square corners.H NoiRUe4
DIMENSION AND TOLERANCES
712 :. 19W1727
:
19673812
:
1981Specification for building. limes
4.1
The size of the fly ash-lime bricks shall be I90(i third
revision ).
mm x 90 mm x 90 mm. The tolerance on lengthshall be f3 mm and that 00 bsea&kr Srwt heightMethods of test for povolanic shall be f2 mm.ma&&Is
(first revision )
Na)TE:-By’agrounent bet.weu%
&e ,
puchawp an&
Specification for @y a& for Use
the manufacturer, fly ash-lime. briuks may be manu-
as uozzolana and admixture
f&tured.in other sizes
al&o.
The tofcrance
-wire-.mcnts on-
ength. braadtb and lssipliF &all remam the
3495( Part 1 )
:
19763495(
Part 2 ) : 1976
(j&t revision r
sama
aa\giti &we.
Methods of tests of burnt clay5 MA-&Sbuilding bricks
:
Pa& E EYeter-mination of compressive strength5-l PIy AsIr(
serxwd vavi;rion
Flyaahshalleo&~rm~GPrdekor Gsade
2 of
Methods of tests of burnt cleyIS 3812
: 1g81-
building bricks
:
Part 2 Deter-5 2 Bottom Ashmination of water absorption
(
second revision )
Bottom ash used as replacement of sand shall not3495(Part3):1976~u$~~ ~~i~~~ orfr~~tD~~~have more than 12 percent loss on ignition whentested according to IS 1727
: 1967..
mination of
( second revision )
efflorescence 5.3 Saud4139 : 1989Specification for calcium silicateDeleterious materials, such as clay and silt in sand,shall preferably be less than 5 percent.5454
: 1976
bricks (
second revision )
* I I
Methods for sampling of clay5.4
Lime
burnt
building bricks
(first
Lime shall conform to Class C hydrated lime of
revision )
IS 712
:
1984.r
10 O20lo 10M-R20
1A1B
All
dimensions in millimetres.
FIG.
1
SHAPE AND SIZE OF FROGS IN BRICKS
1

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