Amount of Water to Add to Concrete After Initial Mixing - Form
This form will calculate the water to add to concrete after the initial mixing at the plant:
Name of Job:
Name of Engineer/Tech.nician:
Time of Initial Mixing::
Time of Arrival On Site::
Time of Initial Pour::
Designed P.S.I. of Concrete: p.s.i.
Initial P.S.I. of Concrete at Plant: p.s.i.
Lowest Allow-ableAllowable P.S.I. of Concrete: p.s.i.
Designed Water-Cement (W/C) Ratio:
  (Water pounds / Concrete pounds)
Initial Size of Concrete Load: cu. yds.cubic yards
Initial Water at Plant (lbs.): pounds
Initial Cement at Plant (lbs.): pounds
Initial Sand at Plant (lbs.): pounds
Initial Aggregate at Plant (lbs.): pounds
Temp. of Initial Water at Plant: degrees F
Temp. of Initial Cement at Plant: degrees F
Temp. of Initial Sand at Plant: degrees F
Temp. of Initial Aggregate at Plant: degrees F
Initial Admix(es):
Proper Agitation?
First Slump Test Result: millimeters
Second Slump Test Result: millimeters
Initial Pour Air Temperature F: degrees F
Initial Wind - MPH: m.p.h.
Will Concrete be Covered?
Will Concrete be Insulated?
Concrete Remaining in Initial Load: yards
Are You Adding Water in the Field?
  Temperature of Added Water: degrees F
  Time of Adding Water::
Are You Adding a Field Chemical?
  Field Admix(es) to be Added:
  Time of Adding Chemical::
Later Pour Air Temp.Temperature F: degrees F
Later Pour Wind Speed - MPH: m.p.h.
Probable Time of Pour: :
The Result Needed: Amount of Water and/or Chemical to Add