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Thursday, 13 December 2018 14:47

Wykeham Farrance launched the EmS product range

The electromechanical servoactuation (EmS) technology has been developed by Controls for Soil Mechanics applications. It is a silent, environmental friendly, performing technology that eclipses the pneumatic systems removing the need of large, noisy, power consuming air compressors and air treatment devices.

The Humboldt H-4212MH pocket shear vane Tester by Humboldt provides a quick and efficient method for determining shear strength values of cohesive soils.

The most comprehensive soil liquefaction analysis software.

 

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Friday, 21 September 2018 12:36

Wykeham Farrance makes soil mechanics easy

At the forefront of Soil Testing for over 70 years, Wykeham Farrance has been instrumental in the development of internationally recognized test systems that are capable of replicating complex phenomena in a laboratory environment.

Monday, 10 September 2018 10:12

Double Ring Infiltrometer by Humboldt

Humboldt's Double ring infiltrometer is ideal for field testing, as well as lab use.

Scientists at The Ohio State University and Cornell University have found a way to measure the health (productivity) of soils.

Want to see how Hayward Baker put together a TRD rig in under 60 seconds?

Monday, 16 April 2018 17:28

Soil and Asphalt testing with HM-5170

The HM-5170 Load Frame has been designed for those who do CBR soil testing and Marshall asphalt testing in their lab.

Wednesday, 04 April 2018 12:45

Soil Density Mold Sets by Gilson

GIlson Soil density milds are used for preparing moisture density samples and sharing proper compaction for standard or modified procter compaction tests.

Using VisLog by Novotech, the user is able to enter borehole information including their depth, coordinates, ground water level, etc. and have a three-dimensional interactive view of the subsurface layers at the site.

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