WHAT IS THE GRADING LIMITS OF ALL IN AGGREGATE? Suryakanta | September 3, 2014 | Aggregate, Concrete, Concrete Technology, Materials | 1 Comment Grading Limit of All in Aggregate Sieve Size Percentage of Passing For All-in-Aggregate 40 mm Nominal Size 20 mm Nominal Size 80 mm 100 – 40 mm 95 – 100 100 20 mm 45 – 75 95 – 100 4.75 mm 25 – 45 30 – 50 600 micron 8 – 30 10 – 35 150 micron 0 – 6 0 – 6 Grading Limit of All in Aggregate Share this:EmailPrintMore Tags:Aggregate Properties, Aggregate Specification, QA & QC Related Posts HOW TO CHECK QUALITY OF SAND IN FIELD? 4 Comments | Oct 27, 2014 HOW TO COLLECT AGGREGATE SAMPLE FROM STOCKPILE? 1 Comment | Jan 5, 2015 3 METHODS OF DETERMINING WORKABILITY OF CONCRETE 18 Comments | Oct 29, 2015 WHAT ARE THE PROPERTIES OF CEMENT CONCRETE? 4 Comments | Jul 24, 2014 About The Author Suryakanta Geotechnical-Material Engineer. You can follow me on Instagram. You can connect me on Google +. To know more about me just visit AboutMe One Comment babak khoshnood September 25, 2017 Reply I need a comprehensive documentation about producing All in one Aggregates specially in RCC dam project. any expierence wil be useful. I want to know how to percuade consultant engineer on this method and how to garantee the uniformity of gradation in production and stockpiles. Thank you. Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:* Notify me of follow-up comments via e-mail address Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.