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Humboldt Mfg. Co.

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Company Info

Humboldt is a leading manufacturer and supplier of soil testing equipment, asphalt testing equipment, and concrete testing equipment. It offers soil-field and soil-laboratory, air- meters, con-matic auto consolidation, cube molds, aggregate, splitters sieves, thermometers scales, and general lab equipment.
 
The company also provides concrete, cement, pavement, and asphalt testing equipment. Its products are used in soil, geotechnical, fresh concrete or strength, non-destructive, cement, concrete flooring and floor covering, asphalt, aggregate properties, and ASTM or AASHTO testing applications. The company was founded in 1909 and is based in Schiller Park, Illinois.
Humboldt has been sponsoring Geoengineer.org since 2011.

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Humboldt's NEW HCM-5080 Automatic Controller is now available for Humboldt’s complete line of concrete compression machines and will travel to...
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The HO-4972 Basic Moisture Analyzer by Humboldt combines high quality and durable construction into a sleek, compact design. The HO-4972 Basic...
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Humboldt has developed useful guides that will assist you in determining what equipment you will need for specific ASTM tests...
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Now you can upgrade your old HM-3000.3F Master Loader to the New HM-5030.3F Elite Series Master Loader. Designed for applications requiring...
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Humboldt Mfg.proudly represents the only Dual-Antenna GPR in the market today. The Quantum Mini is the world's first and only dual...
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Half Cell corrosion mapping is an effective method for assessing the severity of corrosion in reinforced concrete structures. This rapid, cost-effective...
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