Series 600 testing – Standards for Highway Works (SHW)

Celtest can help you with testing your materials for compliance against the Standards for Highway Works (SHW) – Series 600. For further information on the various physical and chemical testing requirements for materials listed within Series 600, please contact us

 

 

 

  • 1A – Well graded granular material (General fill)

  • 1B – Uniformly graded granular material (General fill)

  • 1C – Coarse granular material (General fill)

  • 2A – Dry cohesive material (General fill)

  • 2B – Dry cohesive material (General fill)

  • 2C – Stoney cohesive material (General fill)

  • 2D – Silty cohesive material (General fill)

  • 2E – Reclaimed pulverised fuel ash cohesive material (General fill)

  • 5A – Topsoil, or turf, existing on site (Topsoiling)

  • 5B – Imported topsoil (Topsoiling)

  • 6A – Selected well graded granular material (Below water)

  • 6B – Selected coarse granular material (Starter layer)

  • 6C – Selected uniformly graded granular material (Starter layer)

  • 6D – Selected uniformly graded granular material (Starter layer below pulverised fuel ash)

  • 6E – Selected granular material, Class 9A (For stabilisation with cement to form capping)

  • 6F1 – Selected granular material, fine grading (Capping)

  • 6F2 – Selected granular material, coarse grading (Capping)

  • 6F3 – Selected granular material (Capping)

  • 6F4 – Selected granular material, fine grading (Capping)

  • 6F5 – Selected granular material, coarse grading (Capping)

  • 6G – Selected granular material (Gabion filling)

  • 6H – Selected granular material (Drainage layer to reinforced soil and anchored earth structures)

  • 6I – Selected well graded granular material (Fill to reinforced soil and anchored earth structures)

  • 6J – Selected uniformly graded granular material (Fill to reinforced soil and anchored earth)

  • 6K – Selected granular material (Lower bedding for corrugated steel buried structures)

  • 6L – Selected uniformly graded granular material (Upper bedding for corrugated steel buried structures)

  • 6M – Selected granular material (Surround to corrugated steel buried structures)

  • 6N – Selected well graded granular material (Fill to structures)

  • 6P – Selected granular material (Fill to structures)

  • 6Q – Well graded uniformly graded or coarse granular material (Overlying fill for corrugated steel buried structures)

  • 6R – Selected granular material (For stabilisation with lime and cement to form capping (Class 9F)

  • 6S – Selected well graded granular material (Filter layer below subbase)

  • 7A – Selected cohesive material (Fill to structures)

  • 7B – Selected conditioned pulverised fuel ash cohesive material (Fill structures and to reinforces soil)

  • 7C – Selected wet cohesive material (Fill to reinforced soil)

  • 7D – Selected stony cohesive material (Fill to reinforced soil)

  • 7E – Selected cohesive material (For stabilisation with lime to form capping, Class 9D)

  • 7F – Selected silty cohesive material (For stabilisation with cement to form capping, Class 9B)

  • 7G – Selected conditioned pulverised fuel ash cohesive material (For stabilisation with cement to form capping (Class 9C)

  • 7H – Wet, dry, stony or silty cohesive material and chalk (Overlying fill for corrugated steel buried structures)

  • 7I – Selected cohesive material (For stabilisation with lime cement to form capping, Class 9E)

  • 8 – Class 1, Class 2 or Class 3 material (Lower trench fill)

  • 9A – Cement stabilised cohesive material (Capping)

  • 9B – Cement stabilised silty cohesive material (Capping)

  • 9C – Cement stabilised conditioned pulverised fuel ash cohesive material (Capping)

  • 9D – Lime stabilised cohesive material (Capping)

  • 9E – Lime cement stabilised cohesive material (Capping)

  • 9F – Lime and cement stabilised well graded granular material (Capping)