Deformation Test

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It is necessary to know the modulus of elasticity of concrete while studying its properties. Two types of instruments are offered to study the strain and deformation characteristics of cylindrical specimens.   The first is a compress meter which determines the longitudinal deformation produced on a 150 mm. diameter cylinder, due to stress. The second one is an extensometer which studies the lateral deformation produced by stress. These instruments are capable of strain measurement to a very high degree of accuracy and reliability.

     
   

LM17556 : LONGITUDINAL  COMPRESSOMETER

    The instrument comprises of two light alloy castings to clamp on to a 150 mm. diameter specimen, gauge length bars, a dial indicator and an adjustable screw and pedestal for zero adjustment. The unit is clamped to the specimen with the help of five screws fitted to the lower and upper castings. A dial gauge of 0.002 x 5 mm. travel is supplied along the instrument.
DEFORMATION TEST

LM17557

 

LM17557 : LATERAL  EXTENSOMETER

 

The instrument comprises of two movable semi circular pieces pivoted at one end, an adjustable pedestal for the dial gauge spindle and a dial gauge 0.002 x 5 mm. travel. The gauge records lateral extension which is magnified 2.5 times.

   

LM17558 : DEMOUNTABLE MECHANICAL STRAIN  GAUGE

DEFORMATION TEST

LM17559

 

Mechanical strain measurement is recommended for the measurement of strain in concrete structures, rock strata, in remote areas and under adverse conditions. The instrument consists of a mechanical strain gauge, a reference bar, a dial gauge 0.002 x 5 mm.travel and a set of stainless steel locating discs, all housed in an elegant box.

SPARE

LM175581 : Stainless steel locating  discs  (Pack of 100).

  LM17559  : BULK  DENSITY  MEASURE

Conforms to IS : 1199 & 10079

The outfit comprises of 2nos. metal containers with handles of the following capacities.
10  liters (0.010 m3  ) and 20 liters (0.020 m3  )

     

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