ASTM 2170-11 - Printable Version
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RE: ASTM 2170-11 - CC Solutions - 10-03-2011 02:21 PM
Well everybody else does!!!
Jason is about to wake up from his late day nap. He'll be here shortly.
RE: ASTM 2170-11 - Ernesto - 10-03-2011 02:23 PM
I talked to Jason around noon my time and probably bored him to sleep.
If you can answer my question about static electricity and senors I'll tell ya what he said about you. http://www.wagnermeters.com/concreteforum/Thread-Debris-in-the-Sensor
RE: ASTM 2170-11 - rapidrhrep - 10-03-2011 03:30 PM
YAWN-Nappy time over
Is RapidRH 4.0 compatible with ASTM 2170-11?
NO manufacturer in the marketplace, that I am aware of, is 100% compatible with this latest revision. The Rapid RH is one of the closest, as you can see based on my quick outline, and would see even clearer if you had the revision and saw the drawings. There will be a transitional phase for all, some worse than others, in order to attempt to make RH readings more reproducible among the different devices currently available in the marketplace.
Jason said the sleeve must be the entire depth of the hole. He did not say if the sleeve can be two piece.
JD-I really liked this comment.
RE: ASTM 2170-11 - CC Solutions - 10-03-2011 04:10 PM
(10-03-2011 03:30 PM)rapidrhrep Wrote: YAWN-Nappy time over
WELL Sleeves can be two pieces. Much easier to adjust for depth. The anti-tank weapons I used to shoot in the Army had a two-piece tube that extended out to make the barrel that fired the rocket. You could do something like that (without the explosives though... Aw heck, make every hundreth one a 'surprise!' to keep us sharp.)
RE: ASTM 2170-11 - eaadams - 10-12-2011 04:31 PM
Yes and perhaps it can pop up when dry. Like a butterball turkey thermometer.
RE: ASTM 2170-11 - rapidrhrep - 10-12-2011 04:54 PM
YOU GUYS ALL SCARE ME SOMETIMES!!
RE: ASTM 2170-11 - CC Solutions - 10-12-2011 07:00 PM
That's the one..
Light Anti-tank Weapon
I qualified as 'Marksman' with that bad boy.... Had to shoot moving tanks at various distances.... It was a blast!!
RE: ASTM 2170-11 - Ernesto - 10-13-2011 06:50 AM
(10-12-2011 07:00 PM)CC Solutions Wrote: That's the one..
A marksman.....a tank....isin't that like hitting the broadside of a barn?
RE: ASTM 2170-11 - CC Solutions - 10-13-2011 07:06 AM
(10-13-2011 06:50 AM)Ernesto Wrote:(10-12-2011 07:00 PM)CC Solutions Wrote: That's the one..
Actually it's not! There are different sights for different distances as the rocket drops quite a bit as it flies. Then you have to lead the tank quite a bit and you have to hit it in a vital spot like a drive wheel or between the turret and the track. The rocket tip is really cool because it can penetrate through thick steel and when it gets inside it explodes (probably because it was just compressed going through the thick armor) and makes a real mess inside...
I was always nervous that as the rocket leaves the tube the flame out the back would burn my face off, but it doesn't. It's loud as heck though!
Everyone should have the opportunity to fire a LAW weapon... Maybe at the big Wagner picnic this spring we can get a few pallets of anti-tank weapons and have a good ol' time
RE: ASTM 2170-11 - Ernesto - 10-13-2011 02:59 PM
That would be fun. I would settle for some RPG's. Those guys on the Myth Busters Show got to play with some.