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Blog posts tagged with 'Compressive Strength'

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Concrete Cylinder Testing - From the Field to the Lab

In this month's blog post we will focus on standard-cure cylinders made for compressive strength acceptance testing. Including the importance of cylinder testing, a quick guide on the procedure, and the equipment needed in the field and lab.

Build the Optimal System for Your Geotechnical Applications with Load Frames

A basic load frame offers flexibility to become a multi-functional testing apparatus simply by adding or removing individual components designed for specific soil tests – and your testing needs. This blog post explores what to consider in determining the right type of load frame, as well as components and fixtures to select from that, can adapt it for different tests and ensure efficiency in the materials testing lab.

A Guide to Selecting the Right Concrete Compression Testing Machine
 concrete compression machines

This 5-step guide is designed to help you select the specific concrete compression machine and adaptive accessories that best meet your laboratory concrete compressive testing needs.

Non-Destructive Testing of Concrete: An Equipment Guide
Non-Destructive Testing of Concrete: An Equipment Guide

With so many non-destructive testing methods to choose from, how do you know which method and equipment is right for you? This blog post will outline the importance of non-destructive testing of concrete, top methods, when you should use them, and what equipment you need.

Rebound Hammer Test: What You May Not Know
What You May Not Know About Using a Concrete Test Hammer

The Concrete Test Hammer is a critical part of your tool kit when assessing potential problems in concrete structures, but it can also create problems if expected to perform beyond its capabilities. This blog post outlines the proper way to use this tool for establishing strength estimates and relationships by comparison.

Compressive Strength Testing: Sulfur Capping or Neoprene Pads?
Compressive Strength Testing: Sulfur Capping or Neoprene Pads

Comparing the differences between sulfur mortar capping and the use of neoprene pads with metal retainer rings will help you select the ideal procedure for your application.