T SLOT ALUMINUM FRAMING
modular design approach for application efficiency
The tool workbench is made of aluminum profiles as raw materials, using a variety of aluminum profiles, cutting precision, It is easy to process, and the surface is not rusty. It can be combined with various materials and accessories to assemble into various Various styles of workbenches are beautiful and portable, easy to disassemble and assemble, flexible to adjust, and can be customized on demand.
It does not require maintenance and is widely used in various industrial production industries.
safety & guarding
Aluminum profile small shield Product classification: Industrial fence/protection case The whole is made of aluminum profile 4040 and frosted pc board. The overall appearance is beautiful and atmospheric, relatively stable, and the size can be customized according to requirements
Machine Enclosure Machine Frame
The automobile inspection fixture frame is assembled with aluminum profiles and accessories, and the product is designed according to customer requirements Appropriate frame structure, using heavy-duty profiles and supporting connectors, beautiful products , Atmosphere, high strength, please consult APS online customer service for details
USE OF DYNAMIC CONE PENETROMETER IN SUBGRADE AND BASE
The Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) is a simple device for m easuring the stiffness of unbound materials` The DCP works by drivi ng a steel rod into bases and soil with a preset amount of energy! the stiffne ss of unbound materials at different depths can be measured by c ontinuously monitoring
MODEL TO-567 Pavement Dynamic Cone Penetrometer from Tinius
Tinius Olsen MODEL TO·567Pavement Dynamic Cone Penetrometer The Pavement Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) is a very robust instrument, designed for rapid in·situ evaluation of strength of sub·grade and the bases for roads and runway pavements.
DCP Dynamic Cone Penetrometer | DCP, Testing, Strength and
The Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) is an instrument designed for the rapid insitu measurement of the structural properties of existing road pavements constructed of unbound materials. The robust and simple design means that the DCP is quick and easy to use` portable and suitable for use in locations where access may be difficult.
Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) - Site Investigation
Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) PANDA® Overview| Used for compaction control and site investigation; Portable method for evaluating soil strength; Immediate repeatable results so that on_site decisions can be made straight away; Good for testing in challenging conditions (e|g| remote; soft; marshy; over_water or confined spaces)| Meets NF P 94 |||
INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION OFFICE OF MATERIALS
DYNAMIC CONE PENETROMETER · ITM No· 509!18 · 1·0 SCOPE· 1·1 This method covers the procedure for determination of the strength of materials using a Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP)· 1·2 The DCP may be used for clay, silty, or sandy soils, granular soils, chemical modified soils, or as directed by the Department· tructurS e backfill sizes 1 in ···
DYNAMIC CONE PENETROMETER -
It incorporates an 8 kg weight dropping through a height of 575 mm and 60° cone having a diameter of 20 mm. with the standard DCP measurements can be made down to a depth of approximately 850 mm or when extension shafts are used to a recommended maximum depth of 2 m.
THE USE AND INTERPRETATION OF THE DYNAMIC CONE PENETROMETER
In Australia in 1956_ Scala developed a Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP)_ based on an older Swiss original_ to evaluate the shear strength of the material in a pavement 2· This consisted of a 9 kg (20 pound) mass dropping 508 mm (20 inches) and knocking a cone with a 30° point into the material being tested 3·
ELE International - Portable Dynamic Cone
Portable Dynamic Cone Penetrometer/Auger Set. 29!5500. Consists of sliding drive hammer assembly, cone penetrometer point attached to a 12” (305 mm) rod, four 30” (762 mm) “E” drill rod extensions, Tee Handle, auger head and 4 auger extensions
Dynamic Cone Penetrometer - DGSI - Durham Geo - Soil Density
The original Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP) was developed in 1959 by the late Professor George F. Sowers. The DCP uses a 15 lb (6.8 kg) steel mass falling 20 in (50.8 cm) that strikes the anvil to cause penetration of a 1.5 in (3.8 cm) diameter cone (45° vertex angle) that has been seated in the bottom of a hand augered hole. The blows required to drive the embedded cone a depth of 1|3/4 in have been correlated by others to N values derived from the Standard Penetration Test (SPT).