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The use of the in-situ CBR apparatus in large road construction projects has increased considerably in the recent years. This apparatus, mounted on a rolled steel joist cantilevered from the back of the truck or fitted to the underside of a mobile frame, can be used to determine the bearing ratio (generally known as the California Bearing ratio) of soils quickly and efficiently for the evaluation of strengths of sub-grade & bases for roads & runway pavements. This method of testing in-situ, using piston penetration, is useful for determining the load carrying capacity in the field, when the in-place density and water contents are such that the degree of saturation is 80% or greater, when the material is coarse grained and cohesion less so that it is not affected by changes in the water content when the material has been in-place.
To determine the bearing ratio (generally known as the California Bearing ratio) of soils quickly and efficiently for the evaluation of strengths of sub-grade & bases for roads & runway pavements. Also, See details of Laboratory CBR Test Apparatus
Known as CBR Load Frames (California Bearing Ratio) are provided by Aimil Ltd for the acquisition, recording soil test data. Request for call or contact directly. Suppliers and Exporters, Manufacturer - Aimil.com | Civil Engineering Materials Testing Equipment