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AS 3610.1-2010 Formwork for concrete
The tolerances given in this Section shall be read in conjunction with those given in AS These tolerances apply to the as-cast formed surface prior to surface treatment, if any. Tolerances in AS take precedence where more stringent than those specified in this Section. NOTE: Surface treatment includes applied finishes, acid etching, sandblasting and polishing. Other than for those cases where strain movement of the permanent structure is possible, including the effects of prestress and post-tensioning, the deviations shall be measured on the surface of the concrete after the removal of any forms or supports and before any surface treatment.