STANDARDS: EN 12697-9, 12697-10, 12697-32, 13286-4
BS 1377:4 | BS 1924:2
It provides an alternative method for the compaction of soil samples
in the determination of dry density/moisture content relation (called
Proctor), unconfined compressive strength of stabilized soils and
CBR tests. This hammer is also used for the compaction of asphalt
in the percentage refusal density (see p. 97) and for compacting
concrete cube or beam samples.
Supplied without tampers and support frame which must be ordered
Power supply: 230V 1ph 50-60Hz 720W
Dimensions: 105x430x270 mm
Weight: 6 kg approx.
S197-01N SUPPORTING FRAME for vibrating hammer.
The sliding mass has a total weight (including hammer
and tamping foot) of 37 kg as requested by EN Spec.
Steel made, plated against corrosion.
Dimensions: 500x320x1100 mm
Weight: 75 kg approx.
B097-11N SMALL TAMPING FOOT, 102 mm diameter.
Complete with shank.
B097-12N CBR AND PROCTOR LARGE TAMPING FOOT,
146 mm diameter. Complete with shank.
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF UNBOUND, HYDRAULICALLY BOUND
AND SOIL-CEMENT MIXTURES
STANDARDS: EN 13286-41, EN 12390-4
A compression machine with suitable measuring range (0-250/500
kN) is used for compression tests on soil-cement cylindrical mixture
specimens. The cement (see p. 418…423) or concrete
(see p. 230…251) machines are suitable to perform this test.