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RELATIVE DENSITY OF COHESIONLESS SOIL VIBRATING TABLE METHOD

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The relative density set is proposed in two versions according to EN or ASTM Specifications:

S238N KIT
RELATIVE DENSITY OF COHESIONLESS SOILS
STANDARD: EN 13286-5
This test covers the determination of the maximum dry density and
the water content (humidity/density ratio) of cohesionless mixtures
where the max density by the impact method is lower than the
vibratory method.
The method is applicable to materials containing up to 12% fines
(< 0.063 mm) by mass and max. particle size is 80 mm.
The test is performed to road construction mixtures.
The set is composed of:
S238-10 Vibrating electromagnetic table, dimensions 762×762 mm,
vibration frequency 3600 rpm, amplitude range: 0.05 to
0.64 mm, max. load capacity 250 kg, complete with separate
control panel.
Power supply: 230V 1ph 50-60Hz
S238-11EN Relative density mould 14 liters capacity with
accessories.
S238-12 Surcharge weight and base with handle to EN
for the 14 liters mould.
Total weight: 290 kg approx.

S238-01N KIT
RELATIVE DENSITY OF COHESIONLESS SOILS
STANDARDS: ASTM D4253, D4254
The method is applicable for the determination of the relative density
of cohesionless soil where impact compaction will not produce
a well defined moisture/density relationship curve.
The maximum density of the impact test is normally less than the
vibratory method.
The set is composed of:
S238-10 Vibrating electromagnetic table, as above described.
Power supply: 230V 1ph 50-60Hz
S238-11N Relative density mould 0,5 cu. ft. capacity with
accessories.
S238-13N Relative density mould 0,1 cu. ft. capacity with
accessories.
S238-14N Surcharge weight and base with handle to ASTM for
the 0.5 cu. ft. mould.
S238-15N Surcharge weight and base with handle to ASTM for
the 0.1 cu. ft. mould.
S238-16 Relative density gauge measuring set.
Total weight: 310 kg approx.

S230 KIT
ASTM | AASHTO BALLOON DENSITY APPARATUS
1600 ML CAPACITY
STANDARDS: ASTM D2167 | AASHTO T205 | CNR N° 22
Used to determine the in-sity density of fine graded compacted or
bonded soil. The apparatus is placed over the hole excavated in the
soil, and water is pumped into a rubber balloon and forced into the
hole. The amount of water displaced into the ballon is measured
from the graduation of the scale.
The instrument consists of a graduated
plexiglass cylinder 1600 ml capacity
housed within an aluminium alloy casting,
a rubber pump with stop valve, a density
plate and 12 rubber balloons.
Dimensions: 340x340x700 mm
Weight: 6 kg approx.

SPARE
S230-01 Rubber balloons, pack of 12

S233 KIT
NF BALLOON DENSITY APPARATUS
6000 ML CAPACITY
Identical to mod. S232 KIT, but with capacity of 6 litres.
Weight: 15 kg approx.
SPARE
S233-01 Reinforced rubber membrane, pack of 6
ACCESSORIES
Used for levelling, digging, collecting and maintaining the soil
samples:
S240-01 SCRAPER to level the
ground
S240-02 METAL DIBBER TOOL
S240-05 METAL POINTED ROD
V195 RUBBER MALLET
Ø 50 mm
V193 STEEL HAMMER 300 g
V194 STEEL HAMMER 2 kg
V199 DENSITY PICK
V198 CHISEL 300 mm long
x 25 mm wide
V186 DENSITY SPOON, big
sized
V188 TROWEL, 100×200 mm
V183 ALUMINIUM SCOOP
325 cc
V125-03 TINNED CAN
5 litre cap.

S232 KIT
NF BALLOON DENSITY APPARATUS
3000 ML CAPACITY
STANDARD: NF P94-061-2
Used to determine the in-situ density of fine graded compacted or
bonded soil, this unit has the same test system of mod. S230 KIT,
but with a capacity of 3000 ml as requested by French Specification.
A hand-driven piston forces the water into the rubber membrane. A
dial gauge measures the water pressure so to execute all the test at
the same pressure.
An index engraved on the stem of the piston measures the volume
of water filling the hole.
The unit is supplied complete with 6 reinforced rubber membranes,
4 locking clamps, base plate, accessories.
Dimensions: 360x360x700 mm
Weight: 10 kg approx.
SPARE
S232-01 Reinforced rubber membrane, pack of 6

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