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Electricity Density Gauge

Soil Compaction Testing Equipment

Electrical density gauge (also referred to as EDG) is utilized for measurement of field compaction of soil. EDG is nuclear-free alternative for determining the moisture and density of compacted soils used in road beds, foundations & construction sites. The instrument provides an output and graph based on soil model for the site of compaction%, moisture%, wet & dry density.

The advantages of using the Electrical Density Gauge are:

  • It does not require a highly-trained or licensed technician
  • It does not require special handling for shipping or the regulatory compliance for hazardous materials
  • It is easy-to-learn and easy-to-use with its step-by-step menu
  • It is lightweight and easily transportable
  • It is accurate and repeatable with results that mirror known testing methods

 

Specifications
Product Specification
Measures : Wet Density in g/cm³, Dry Density in g/cm³, Moisture % Compaction
Display : Touchscreen color display
Conforming to ASTM D7698
Data Storage Upto 2,000 projects of 2,000 tests
Supply Includes EDG instrument, battery charger, GPS, Dart template, 6” Darts - 4 Nos, Hammer carry Case
Features
Features
 
  • Computerized instrument that is menu driven for guiding on step by step measurement
  • EDG is also relatively quicker than Nuclear density gauges
  • Instrument provides indirect measurement of field compaction
  • Soil model can be developed easily at site
  • Reference reading from traditional method such as cone replacement or from nuclear gauge is sufficient for generating soil model.
  • GPS data can be integrated into test results
  • In-situ temperature measurement is recorded
 
 
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