On 2/20/03 2:34 PM, Jim Lux at email@example.com wrote:
>If you had to get a building permit for the tower base, it's unlikely that
>the "mix in the hole" approach will meet the inspector's approval. Not
>enough process control to ensure that the structural properties of the
>concrete are what they need to be. You might be able to "massively
>overdesign" to get around this.
Instead, I suggest he rent a small mixer from your local home improvement
Mine cost $40/day, and I mixed 28 bags of sacrete in a little over 2
hours. (two 60 lb bags at a time).
I can't imagine doing that with a wheelbarrow....
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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