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This article establishes procedures for sampling red tinting material for use in [[:Category:502 Portland Cement Concrete Base and Pavement|Portland cement concrete]].  It provides the material inspection guidelines for [http://www.modot.mo.gov/business/standards_and_specs/Sec1056.pdf Sec 1056].  
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[[Category:1056 Concrete Tinting and Staining Material]]
:(a) Appropriate sampling thief.
:(b) One-half in. [12 mm] sample splitter.
Care shall be exercised in obtaining the sample because the material is subject to segregation. At least three bags should be selected and a sample obtained from each bag by use of an appropriate sampling thief. The sample shall be reduced to approximately one quart (1 liter) by use of a one in. (25 mm) sample splitter, taking care to eliminate loss of tinting compound during the splitting procedure. The sample shall be submitted to the Laboratory in a one quart (1 liter) friction top can accompanied by a properly completed Form T-617 showing the manufacturer's name, the brand name and designation of the material, lot number and net quantity represented.

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EPG 1056 has moved to EPG 1056 Concrete Tinting and Staining Material. The text did not change, but the title was updated to match Sec 1056's title.