trial batch

trial batch

[¦trīl ′bach]
(engineering)
A batch of concrete mixed to determine the water-cement ratio that will produce the required slump and compressive strength; from a trial batch, one can also compute the yield, cement factor, and required quantities of each material.

trial batch

Of concrete, a batch which is prepared to establish or check the proportions of the constituents.
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NLMK Group, an international steelmaking company with operations in Russia, the USA and EU member states, has delivered a trial batch of new high-strength hot-dip galvanized steel to the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Rus automobile manufacturing plant in St.
He oversees clinical trial batch manufacturing and packaging under cGMP guidelines; supervises technology transfers; and documents clinical trial material batch records.
Once you receive a trial batch, be prepared to make further modifications if something hurts.
I can tell you that the entry is savory and the trial batch we created last week was delicious, but still needs a couple of tweaks.
The joint venture plans to release the first trial batch of phones in July this year.
The Emirates Industry for Camel Milk and Products (EICMP), which is the producer of the camel milk brand Camelicious, has been sending out its trial batch to the UK since January and will start its first regular shipment in March.
We'll release this trial batch through Teesside Beers and hopefully then continue our partnership.
21 January 2011 - Norwegian biometrics company Idex ASA (OSL: IDEX) said today it has received its first order for a trial batch of 1,000 of its fingerprint sensors and complementary software to be used in a biometric card of US company Validus Technologies Inc.
In addition, DMZP has produced the first trial batch of 12 mm steel channel under European standards.
Councillors have approved spending pounds 137,000 on a trial batch of 350 new lamps, which can be centrally controlled by one computer.
CeDo's first 30 tonne trial batch has gone for processing to the company's large film recycling site in Geleen, Holland, where some 40,000 tonnes of post-use agricultural film is recycled annually--CeDo is one of Europe's largest recyclers of agricultural film, collecting silage waste from the UK, Ireland and continental Europe for recycling at Geleen.
Why not send a trial batch to one of these, which will allow you to evaluate the results with your customers?