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Suitability of Water for Use in Concrete (BS EN 1008)

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Celtest have the capability to determine suitability of water for use in concrete in accordance with BS EN 1008 via our approved sub-contract laboratory. Celtest can perform a wide range of tests on concrete and aggregate material at our UKAS accredited laboratory. For more information please contact us

X-Ray (XRF) analysis

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Celtest have the capability to organise XRF (Oxide analysis) testing via our approved sub-contract laboratory. For more information please contact us

X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) analysis

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Celtest have the capability to organise XRD testing via our approved sub-contract laboratory. For more information please contact us

Series 900 testing – Standards for Highway Works (SHW)

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Celtest can help you with testing your materials for compliance in accordance with the Standards for Highway Works (SHW) – Series 900. For further information on the various testing requirements for materials listed within Series 900, please contact us

Bitumen and bituminous binders — Determination of the softening point — Ring and Ball method

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Ring and Ball method

Celtest ltd are UKAS accredited to determine the softening point of bitumen and bituminous binders in accordance with BS EN 1427. The softening point provides an indication of the temperature at which the bitumen becomes too soft to prevent the deformation of a mixture made from it. Please contact us to find out more.

Cyclic compression test BS EN 12697-25

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Celtest have the capability to test the resistance to permanent deformation of a cylindrical test specimen of bituminous mixture by repeated load in accordance with BS EN 12697-25. Stiffness is a key fundamental property of a bituminous material because it is essential for analysing and modelling a pavement structure. For more information, please contact us

Saturation Ageing Tensile Stiffness (SATS) Testing

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Celtest have the capability to perform the Saturation Ageing Tensile Stiffness (SATS) test in accordance with EN 12697-45. The SATS test procedure assesses the sensitivity of a bituminous mixture to the effects of moisture and ageing.  Please contact us to find out more.

Resistance of a Bituminous Mixture or Pavement to Fuels (BS EN 12697-43)

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Celtest have the capability to determine the resistance of a bituminous mixture or pavement to fuels in accordance with BS EN 12697-43 Bituminous mixtures – Test methods for hot mix asphalt Part 43: Resistance to fuel. For further information, please contact us

Falling Head Permeability

February 8th, 2017 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on Falling Head Permeability)

Celtest have the capability to perform the Falling Head Permeability test in accordance with K. H. Head manual of Soil Laboratory Testing, Volume 2. For further information, please contact us

Triaxial Permeability – BS1377: Part6: Clause 5.4 (Permeability of Clayey Soils)

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Celtest have the capability to perform the Triaxial Permeability test in accordance with BS1377: Part6: Clause 5.4. For further information, please contact us