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Q: What is the BMPR QCD36 Standardization of Type 'a' Air Meter?
A: The BMPR QCD36 standardization is a process for type 'a' air meters used in Illinois.
Q: What is a Type 'a' Air Meter?
A: A Type 'a' Air Meter is a specific type of device used to measure air content in concrete.
Q: Why is standardization important for Type 'a' Air Meters?
A: Standardization ensures that Type 'a' Air Meters provide accurate and consistent measurements.
Q: Who performs the standardization of Type 'a' Air Meters in Illinois?
A: The BMPR (Bureau of Materials and Physical Research) in Illinois performs the standardization.
Q: Is the standardization process mandatory for Type 'a' Air Meters in Illinois?
A: Yes, the standardization process is mandatory for Type 'a' Air Meters used in Illinois.
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