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close this bookQuality Control Guidelines - Fibre or Micro Concrete Tiles (SKAT, 1991, 79 p.)
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Tests for the quality control of the raw materials, the production process and the end product.

A co-publication of the Swiss Center for Appropriate Technology (SKAT) and the International Labour Office (ILO), supported by the Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC)



Authors: Hans-Erik Gram and Paul Gut

Editing Committee: Karl Wehrle, Roland Stulz, Gilbert Brys

Co-Published by: SKAT, Swiss Center for Appropriate Technology in collaboration with ILO, International Labour Office Employment and Technology Branch

First edition: 1991 by SKAT, Swiss Center for Appropriate Technology and ILO, International Labour Office

Layout: SKAT P. Gut

Illustrations: Jose Benites

Cover: SKAT

Copyright: by SKAT, St. Gallen, Switzerland, and ILO, Geneva, Switzerland

Please send any comments concerning this publication to: SKAT, Tigerbergstr. 2, CH-9000 St. Gallen, Switzerland

Printed by: Niedermann, St. Gallen, Switzerland

ISBN: 3-908001-23-4 (SKAT)
92-2-107864-7 (ILO)

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March 1991, 1000 ex

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F = Field (workshop) test
L = Laboratory test