Equipment

  • Used for testing the quality of hardened concrete in a structure.
  • Measures consistency of fresh concrete
  • Used to prepare concrete cylinders for testing.
  • Measures consistency of fresh concrete.
  • Provides information about workability of concrete.
  • Assesses the consistency of fresh concrete
  • Measure the greatest bending stress up to the rupture of the sample.
  • Determines stress/ strain-relations for hardened concrete.
  • Allows calculation of Young’s modulus.
  • Determines air content in fresh concrete.
  • Allows to evaluate the durability of hardened concrete (steel corrosion in coastal areas).
  • Determines the compressive strength of concrete
  • Determines load-bearing capacity of roads by measuring deflection caused by a wheel load of 5 tons.
  • Allows to prognosticate the service life of road pavements by repeated measurements in periods of time.
  • Serves as alternative to Falling Weight Deflectometer.
  • Test is carried out to classify bitumen
  • Determines the softening point of bituminous materials. Softening point is that temperature at which the specimen under test becomes soft enough to allow a steel ball of specific dimensions to fall a required distance under test conditions.
  • Equipment is used to measure stability and flow of Marshall specimen.
  • Specimen are produced to be tested in the Marshall Test equipment.
  • Determination of cohesive particles in fine aggregate.
  • Determines limit value that must be observed to prevent damage to concrete.
  • Provides information about percentage of grains with unfavorable shape (breaking under loading).
  • Used to characterize toughness and abrasion resistance of course aggregates.
  • Measures the soil strength attributes of penetrability and compaction.
  • Provides an indirect method to determine compaction degree.
  • Measures bearing capacity of unbound material.
  • Determines field density by measuring volume of excavated unbound material.
  • The test is performed for the determination of bearing capacity of soils for allowable settlement under static loads at shallow foundation.
  • Determines fine particles in granular soils and fine aggregate which may damage concrete and asphalt.
  • Measures bearing capacity of soils by determining CBR-value for pavement design.
  • Evaluates influence of water ingress (rainfall).
  • Determines degree of compaction in combination with Balloon Density apparatus.
  • Determines compactability of unbound material.
  • Determines the Coefficient of Permeability of sand by constant head method.
  • Determines the Coefficient of Permeability of clay by falling head method.
  • Measures permeability
  • Allows to evaluate water flow in sub grade
  • Allows to calculate resistance to hydraulic shear failure in building construction
  • Determines the consolidated-drained shear strength of sandy to silty soils.
  • The standard oedometer test, also referred to as consolidation test or one-dimensional compression test is a laboratory test that allows characterising the soil stress-strain behaviour during one-dimensional compression of swelling
  • Highly sophisticated equipment.
  • Determines cohesion and friction angle for earth static calculations (e.g.stability of excavations and slopes, permissible angle to prevent earth slides, permissible loading of subgrade by buildings).
  • Determination of the plasticity index (PI)
  • Determination of Particle Size Distribution