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Equipment tagged with [Liquid limit]

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<p>Atterberg limits is a basic measure of the critical water content of fine-grained soils. These tests include shrinkage limit, plastic limit, and liquid limit, which are outlined in ASTM D4943.</p>
<p>Designed to evaluate soil trafficability and manufactured to Corps of Engineers specifications. The factory calibrated dial indicator reads directly in psi. Includes 30 degree cone with 1/2 sq. in. base area; 150 Ib capacity proving ring; a dial indicator ...
<p>The test is based on the relationship between the moisture content at which clay soils pass from a plastic to a liquid state. This value is obtained from the penetration capacity of the standard cone allowed to free fall into the sample for a period of ...
The Cone Penetrometer is used to carry on liquid limit tests onsoil samples. It is a static test depending on the soil shear strength. The test is based on the relationship between moisture content and the penetration of a cone into the soil sample under pre-set ...
<p>Designed to evaluate soil trafficability and manufactured to Corps of Engineers specifications. The factory calibrated dial indicator reads directly in psi. Includes 30 degree cone with 1/2 sq. in. base area; 150 Ib capacity proving ring; a dial indicator ...
<p>The H-4202X DCP Test Set without an auger set. The H-4202 set includes; (1) standard hammer assembly (H-4202.1), (1) heat-treated 45° cone penetrometer point with a 1 ft. adapter rod (H-4202.3), (4) 2.5 ft. E drill rod extensions (H-4202.225). The Dynamic ...
<p>The HS-4210 Digital, Static Cone Penetrometer (DSCP), with its large, digital readout, makes testing and recording readings easy. The DSCP can be used to evaluate soil consistency by determining the soil's level of compaction and/or the bearing capacity. ...
<p>The Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP), originally developed by George Sowers, uses a 15 lb steel mass falling 20 in. to strike an anvil to penetrate a 1.5 in. diameter 45° (vertex angle) cone that has been seated in the bottom of a hand-augered hole. The ...
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 ...
<p>The Fall Cone apparatus provides a rapid, simple and accurate method for determining the undrained shear strength and the sensitivity of both undisturbed and remoulded clays. The relationship between the depth of penetration of the fall cone and the undrained ...