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[Magnet Extensometer] Equipment

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<p>Magnet extensometer is a system – based on British Building Research technique – for measuring either settlement or heave at various depths in soil, embankments, earthfill dams and dikes.<br><br>The system consists of access tube with external corrugate ...
<p>The magnet extensometer is used to monitor settlement and heave in excavations, foundations, dams, and embankments. It can also be installed behind retaining structures, such as sheet piles and slurry walls, and above underground openings, such as tunnels ...
<p>The GEO-XM settlement system is used typically to monitor settlement or heave in foundations, excavations and embankments. Settlement is identified at the depth/position where the settlement has occurred and as well as measuring the total amount of settlement. ...
<p>The Model 1900 Magnetic Extensometer is designed to measure settlement or heave of soft ground under the influence of loading or unloading due to the construction of embankments, fills, buildings, foundations, and structures. A probe is lowered inside a ...
<p>The Magnetic Extensometer System comprises a probe, a graduated tape on a reel and an access pipe along which magnetic targets are positioned. A datum or reference magnet is fixed to the bottom pipe. The probe design incorporates triple reed switches. As ...
<p>A portable system to monitor either heave or settlement in soil and rock. Installation may be either as a single purpose device to monitor settlement/heave<br>only, or in conjunction with RST flush-coupled inclinometer casing to obtain both vertical and ...
<p>The R-4 magnetic probe extensometer consists of an array of magnetic targets, surrounding a common access pipe, positioned at different depths along the length of a borehole or the height of an embankment or fill.</p><p>A reed switch probe, lowered down ...
<p>The Reed Switch Probe is used to determine the location of magnetic sensors in magnetic settlement systems. When the reed switch passes through a magnetic field, it closes; completing a circuit and a buzzer is activated. The elevation of the magnet target ...