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|Published online||13 August 2018|
Properties of recycled ceramic aggregates specified in WT-1 2014 Aggregates - Technical Requirements
Faculty of Economic and Technical Sciences
2 Faculty of Natural Sciences, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Poland
3 Faculty of Health Sciences and Social Sciences, Pope John Paul II State School Of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska, Poland
4 Department of production engineering, University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Poland
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The article presents the results of research on primary recycling properties of ceramic aggregates conducted following the procedures outlined in WT-1 2014 Aggregates - Technical Requirements. The material for the tests was obtained from a company producing sanitary ceramic products. Damaged ceramic products, coming from the factory waste heaps, were transported to the laboratory and crushed. This enabled producing aggregate that was later subjected to tests carried out on the aggregates commonly used in the production of mineral-asphalt mixes applied in making road surfaces. The factors that were examined include the following: the flow rate of fine aggregates (angularity of fine aggregate), fine particles content - methylene blue test, light-weight impurities content, frost resistance, bulk density of grains as well as water absorption determined by pycnometric method. The test results showed that the properties of the recycled aggregates are similar to those included in traditional aggregates used for the production of mineral-asphalt mixes. On the basis of the conducted analyses, the waste ceramic aggregate was recommended for use.
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