Material Testing Laboratory Equipment

Impermeability Test Sets (UTC-1080)

SKU: UTC-1080 Category:

Hardened Concrete Testing

CodeUTC-1080
StandardsEN 12390-8; ISO 7031

Product code:

UTC-1080Impermeability Test Set with Quantitative Measurement Equipment, 3 Specimen Capacity
UTC-1082Impermeability Test Set without Quantitative Measurement Equipment, 3 Specimen Capacity
UTC-1090Impermeability Test Set with Quantitative Measurement Equipment, 6 Specimen Capacity
UTC-1092Impermeability Test Set without Quantitative Measurement Equipment, 6 Specimen Capacity
UTGE-3700Laboratory Air Compressor 15 bar, 380 V 50 Hz

Description:

  • Used for the determination of the depth of penetration of water to hardened concrete specimens under pressure.
  • 3 or 6 specimen capacity models and with and without quantitative measurement equipment of water penetration models are available.
  • The system can test 150 mm and 200 mm cube specimens, Ø100×200 and Ø150×300 mm cylinder specimens.
  • Up to 10 bars of working pressure is generated on the sample with compressed air applied to the integral water tank and controlled by a pressure regulator with a pressure gauge with 0,2 bar graduations.
  • The test sets with the quantitative measurement equipment of water penetration the penetration of water is measured through the burettes.
  • The system comprises impermeability gaskets for every cell.
  • The measurement apparatus is supplied as standard.
  • The apparatus has to be fitted with a suitable air compressor.
  • The Air Compressor should be ordered separately.
  • Compressed air controlled by a pressure regulator with a pressure gauge with 0,2 bar graduations.
 DimensionsWeight (approx.)
UTAS-10801520x570x1800 mm158 kg
UTAS-10821520x570x1300 mm123 kg
UTAS-10901520x570x1800 mm194 kg
UTAS-10921520x570x1300 mm159 kg

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