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Our accredited facilities can perform MOD’s, CBR’s, plate loads, classifications and any other earthworks investigations you require, according to any international standard.
Material classification and determining compliance to the particle size distribution of gravels.
Liquid limit, plasticity index & linear shrinkage, determines the moisture required to for a liquid or plastic state.
Mitigate the effects of moisture and ensure oven dried samples attain constant mass when dried.
Determine maximum dry density (MDD) and optimum moisture content (OMC) of material.
CBR is determined by penetrating a piston into material prepared in accordance to SANS 3001 GR30.
Used to determine the maximum dry density, optimum moisture content, indirect tensile strength and more.
Can be used to determine compliance to specifications for compressive strength of stabilized gravels.
Can be used to determine compliance to specifications for indirect tensile strength strength of the material.
Gives indirect indication of the durability or expected degradation of material being tested.
Used in favourable conditions to determine the expected bearing capacity of soils .
This method is used to extract field specimens (cores) of stabilized material for laboratory testing.
Determines the in-situ density of a layer where the nuclear density method is unsuitable.
Used to determine the resistance of the material and interpolate the expected California Bearing Ratio.
Determine the ultimate bearing capacity of soil and the probable settlement under a given load.