Hi, looking into striking times of vertical formwork normally in water retaining applications. We typically use ggbs replacement mix. Apart from strength considerations what is minimum striking time used by others here? the ggbs will slow the strength gain and prolong the heat gain (although lower temps than non replacement mix). we have various 'guidance' here in UK and have advised site on times.
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