Our Digital Concrete Test Hammer
is full of Precision and Reliability of
the latest generation, the distinctive
ergonomic design, the quality of the
Light weighted and as easy to handle
as a mechanical sclerometer, the
Digital Concrete Hammer is an
essential tool for the field experts.
By means of a built-in operating
system menu, the Digital Hammer
can perform simple concrete tests
while constantly recording the
Testing parameters settings according
to the required standards.
A dedicated data card, which enables
to acquire, store and analyze the collected data, allows to download
them on to a PC to be further
- Model: Digital Concrete Test
Hammer, type N
- Battery life: 60 hours
- Impact energy: 2,207 Nm
- Operating temperature
-10 oC +65 oC
- Measurement range
- Dimensions: 330x80x100 mm
- Internal memory
20,000 index values
- LCD graphic display 64x124
- Controls: icons keyboard
- Interface: RS232
- Power supply, 5 rechargeable
batteries LR6 1.5V
EN 12504-2, ASTM C805, BS 1881
Digital Concrete Test Hammer
complete with all accessories
The point load tester is used to measure rock strength in the fi eld or laboratory. A load frame, hydraulic jack and digital display are mounted on the base of a carrying case. With this point load tester, samples up to 4" (101.6mm) diameter can be tested on 2 conical points. A graduated scale indicates distance between conical points and is also used to measure specimen diameter. Applied load is digitally displayed to 0.001kN; accuracy is ±1%; range is 0 to 56kN. Display shows maximum load and will also read in lb and tons.
EN 1997-2, ASTM D-5731
AG 0155 Digital Point Load Apparatus
The dropping ball apparatus is
used to measure the consistency
of cement mortars, this allows a
25mmdiameter acrylic ball to fall
freely from a standard height of
250mminto a brass ring mould
containing a mortar specimen with
a carefully prepared surface.
The depth of the ball penetration
into the mortar gives the specimen
The apparatus consists of a
dropping device mounted on a
stand, acrylic ball and a 100mm
diameter x 25mm deep mould.
The base of the stand is machined
with a Chrome finish.
BS 4551-1, 6463-4
Dropping Ball Apparatus
Ball Penetration measuring Device
with dial gauge 25 x 0.01 mm
The Drum Concrete Mixer is used for efficient mixing of
concrete. The 125 ltr capacity Heavy duty mixer is equipped with rubber wheels
which Provide high portability.
Drum Concrete Mixer, 125lt
Drum Concrete Mixer, 170lt
Drum Concrete Mixer, 350lt
Drum Concrete Mixer, 425lt
The Dynamic Cone Penetrometer apparatus was originally developed by the TRL-UK Transport Research Laboratory. It is used for In-rapid in situ measurement of structural properties of existing road pavement constructed with unbound materials. It consists of an 8 kg weight dropping through a height of 575 mm and 60° cone having a diameter of 20 mm.
DCP measurements can be made down to a depth of approximately 850 mm.
Correlation’s have been established in earlier work (Van Vuuren, Klein and Van Herden, Smith and Pratt) between the TRL penetrometer and CBR (California Bearing Ratio) so that results can be interpreted and compared with CBR specifications.
BS 1377, 1924, 812, EN 932-1
■ 8 kg weight dropping mass trough a height of 575 mm
■ Anvil with driving rod
■ Penetration rod with 60°, 20 mm dia. cone
■ Spanners, Tommy bar, bottle of adhesive
■ All contained in a carrying case.
■ 1200x350x200 mm approx.
■ Weight approx.: 30 kg