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"GEONOR, Inc. supplies specialized instrumentation and in-situ test equipment for geotechnical investigation, structural engineering, and environmental and meteorological applications. With more than 30 years of experience, GEONOR, Inc. offers engineering expertise and support to help obtain useful, cost-effective measurements. GEONOR, Inc. involvement in projects varies, from simply supplying instrumentation and test equipment to providing a high level of technical support. Typical instrumentation projects include Dams, Tunnels, Bridges, Landfills, Embankments, and Vibration Monitoring. We specialize in Vane Shear and CPT In situ testing. In meteorology we supply and service the well-known T-200B series of automatic precipitation gauges for snow and rain. For clients desiring technical support, GEONOR, Inc. can work with you at any stage of your project: planning, field installation of instruments, troubleshooting, and data evaluation". Source: http://www.geonor.com/

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The fall cone apparatus, first introduced in 1915, provides a rapid simple and accurate method for determining empirically the undrained shear strength, the shear strength of remoulded samples and thus the sensitivity of clays. the equipment is also used for ...
The P-100 earth pressure cell is designed to measure total pressure acting on plane structures. It is robust enough to tolerate moderate shocks during pile driving and has a good long term stability record. The membrane face can be modified to measure soil ...
The P-300 reinforcement strain gauge is designed to monitor stress / strain in steel reinforcing of concrete structures. It has been extensively used for strain measurements in various applications including: offshore structures, bridges, concrete piles, in ...
The field vane shear test (FVST) is the most widely used method for measuring the undrained shear strength and sensitivity of soft clays in-situ. FVST is a more economic method than for example CPT as its operation does not reuire a drilling rig or highly ...
The field vane shear test (FVST) is the most commonly used method for measuring the undrained shear strength of soft to stiff clays. For this reason a preliminary investigation of soft clayes with a hand held tester is both economic and fully relevant. The ...
<p>The Geonor H-60 hand-held vane tester is a fully professional instrument for preliminary FVST investigations. Each unit is delivered with its individual calibration certificate. The authentic Geonor H-60 was originally developed in 1966 by the Norwegian ...
The Geonor H-70 field inspection vane tester was originally developed in Norway for the special task of preliminary investigations in soft clays without preboring. It is a comparatively low cost still fully professional instrument. The Geonor H-70 allows for ...
The Geonor M-600 series piezometers are vibrating wire sensors which are installed by pushing into soft and loose soils without having to drill or borehole. As with all other Geonor vibrating wire piezometers, the M-600 series offer the maximum relibility ...
The Geonor thin wall stationary piston samplers are designed for taking undisturbed cores in very soft to stiff clayes. Excellent undisturbed samples are also obtained in loose to medium dense sands if the bore hole is filled with drilling mud. With a sampling ...
The Geonor M-610 series are vibrating wire piezometers used for direct burial in embankmnets and earth / rockfill dams, for placement in boreholes, and for water level monitoring in open wells, tanks and opne bodies of water. As all other Geonor vibrating ...