**Test Data: astm c672**

### Salt Surface Scaling

**Test Duration:** 50 Cycles Total

**Standard:** Concrete without the use of DAY1

**500:** Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 500 sf per gallon

**250:** Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 250 sf per gallon

**Test Data: ASTM C666**

### Freeze-Thaw Resistance (Procedure A)

Test Duration: 300 Cycles Total

Standard: Concrete without the use of DAY1

500: Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 500 sf per gallon

250: Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 250 sf per gallon

**Test Data: ASTM C779**

### Abrasion Resistance of Concrete (Procedure B)

Test Duration: 30 & 60 minutes

Standard: Concrete without the use of DAY1

500: Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 500 sf per gallon

250: Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 250 sf per gallon

**test data: aashto t 259/260**

### Resistance of concrete to chloride ion penetration

Test Duration: 1 Day Soak / 5 Day Soak

Standard: Concrete without the use of DAY1

500: Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 500 sf per gallon

250: Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 250 sf per gallon

**Test Data: Hadley rd121 (asr)**

### Production of ASr Gel Coronas & Pop-Outs

Test Duration: 72 Hours

Standard: Concrete without the use of DAY1. Significant amount of Corona development with some pop-outs is due to the increased amount of free alkalis to break down the reactive aggregate.

500: Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 500 sf per gallon. The colloidal silica in the DAY1 reduces the tendency for polymerization and expansion of the ASR gel. This is possible through chemical binding / stabilization of the alkalis that would propagate ASR.

250: Concrete finished with DAY1 used at a rate of 250 sf per gallon. The phenomenon is enhanced with a higher dosage of the DAY1 that almost eliminates the near surface ASR.