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Strength Testing Equipment

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Strength Testing

Geocomp offers a range of fully automated strength testing systems to suit user and project requirements. Options include different load capacities, pressure & volume capacities, and overall system capabilities.

All systems are available with a range of test accessory sizes and sample preparation items.

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Up to 32 times faster results and labor time savings of 30% to 95% vs. manual testing.

Perform additional testing on the same machine and get more from your investment while saving space in your lab.

Real-time and remote test parameter changes for quality control – view your testing from nearly anywhere.

Produce complete, compliant reports instantly or export data for desired manipulation.

Repeatable, reliable, and accurate results you can trust.

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Explore Test Types

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Consolidation Testing

1-D Incremental, Constant Rate, and Rowe Consolidation.


Cyclic/Dynamic Testing

Cyclic Direct Simple Shear, Cyclic Triaxial, Resilient Modulus, and more.

Technical Resources

Empowering Your Geotechnical Expertise
Automated Laboratory Testing

Application of Automation in Geotechnical Testing

This paper presents the application of the latest technologies in electronics, software, automated controls to geotechnical testing.
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Shear Strength

DSS Test Results Using Wire-Reinforced Membranes and Stacked Rings

Recently developed American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards for direct simple shear (DSS) testing require that the sample be laterally confined in either a wire-reinforced membrane or stack of thin rings.
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Shear Strength

Interface and Internal Shear Testing Procedures to Obtain Peak and Residual Values

Equipment for measuring peak and residual strength of geosynthetic materials is reviewed and discussed in the context of obtaining internal and interface strength values for design.
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