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Coal tar testing

February 6th, 2018 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on Coal tar testing)

Celtest have the capability to test coal tar. Coal tar is a complex mixture of hydrocarbons and any material containing coal tar is classified as a hazardous product. Our testing, via our approved sub-contract laboratories can help you determine whether or not your material is hazardous. For more information please contact us

SHW CL 871: Coefficient of linear expansion

January 31st, 2018 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on SHW CL 871: Coefficient of linear expansion)

Celtest have the capability to perform the coefficient of linear expansion test of HBM within the normal range of temperature for pavement layers in accordance to the Standard for Highway Works clause 871. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS EN 13286-49: Accelerated swelling test

January 31st, 2018 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on BS EN 13286-49: Accelerated swelling test)

Celtest are UKAS accredited to perform the accelerated swelling test for soil treated by lime and/or hydraulic binder. The test method is applicable to mixtures that have sufficient fines or cohesion to permit, immediately after manufacture, the extrusion of the specimen from the mould without damage. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS EN 13286-43: Modulus of elasticity

January 31st, 2018 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on BS EN 13286-43: Modulus of elasticity)

At Celtest we have the capability to determine the modulus of elasticity of specimens of hydraulically bound mixtures. The modulus is determined using either; the test on compressive strength, the direct tensile test, or the indirect tensile test. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS EN 13296-41: Cube compressive strength

January 31st, 2018 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on BS EN 13296-41: Cube compressive strength)

Celtest are UKAS accredited to determine the compressive strength of specimens of hydraulically bound mixtures in accordance to BS EN 13296-41. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS EN 13286-40: Direct tensile strength

January 31st, 2018 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on BS EN 13286-40: Direct tensile strength)

In accordance to BS EN 13286-40 Celtest can determine the direct tensile strength of specimens of hydraulically bound mixtures. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS EN 13286-51: Method for the manufacture of test specimens of hydraulically bound mixtures using vibrating hammer compaction

January 31st, 2018 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on BS EN 13286-51: Method for the manufacture of test specimens of hydraulically bound mixtures using vibrating hammer compaction)

Celtest have the capability to make cylindrical or cubical specimens of hyrdraulically bound mixtures compacted to refusal density using a vibrating hammer. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS 812: Wet attrition

January 31st, 2018 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on BS 812: Wet attrition)

Celtest are UKAS accredited to determine an aggregate’s wet attrition value in accordance to BS 812 part 114. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

Hydraulically bound mixtures BS EN 13286: Part 41 Test method for determination of the compressive strength of hydraulically bound mixtures

December 4th, 2017 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on Hydraulically bound mixtures BS EN 13286: Part 41 Test method for determination of the compressive strength of hydraulically bound mixtures)

Celtest are UKAS accredited to determine the compressive strength of hydraulically bound mixtures. This applies to specimens manufactured in the laboratory or prepared from cores.  To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

Methods of test for masonry units BS EN 772: Part 1 Determination of compressive strength

December 4th, 2017 | Posted by Cynog in News - (Comments Off on Methods of test for masonry units BS EN 772: Part 1 Determination of compressive strength)

Celtest’s concrete testing laboratory can determine compressive strength of masonry units in accordance to BS EN 772-1. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us