Dynamic core Penetrometer
This portable hand operated equipment is designed to obtain a direct and rapid in-situ evaluation of the structural strength of road pavement layers constructed with unbound materials. The test is performed with continuous penetrations at approx. 800 mm depth with max. depth of 2 m by using extension rods
The GY150 Drilling Rig is a kind of multi-use portable engineering drill. Our drilling rigs cover all the main foundation and drilling technologies with a range of models whose characteristics, capability and performance find application in every operating condition.
Portable driling rig ,very useful in the toughets conditions.
This equipment is designed for obtaining undisturbed samples in most soils and some weak rocks such as Chalk and Marl. The sampler produces a nominal 100 mm (4") diameter soil core, approximately 450 mm (18") long. A Drive Head (or Bell Housing) fits between the Sliding Hammer and the Sample Tube and contains an "overdrive space" and a ball valve. The ball valve allows air to be released as the tube is driven into the ground.
Packer/Lugeon Test Equipment
The Lugeon test, sometimes call also Packer test, is an in-situ testing method widely used to estimate the avarage hydraulic conductivity of rock mass. It is indeed In situ test of formation permeability performed by measuring the volume of water taken in a section of test hole when the interval is pressurized at given pressure (10 bars -150 psi). It is used primarily in variably permeable formations under evaluation of fracturating .
An auger is a drilling device, or drill bit, that usually includes a rotating helical screw blade called a "flighting" to act as a screw conveyor to remove the drilled out material. The rotation of the blade causes the material to move out of the hole being drilled.