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

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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

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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

BS EN 12350: Part 2 – Slump test

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Our UKAS accredited site testing team can determine the consistence of fresh concrete by the slump test in accordance to BS EN 12350.  To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS EN 12390: Part 2 Making and curing specimens for strength tests

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Celtest are UKAS accredited for making and curing test specimens for strength tests.  To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS 1881-121: Static modulus of elasticity

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Celtest have the capability to determine the static modulus of elasticity in compression of hardened concrete, on test specimens which may be cast or taken from a structure.  To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS EN 12390: Part 6 Tensile splitting strength

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Celtest’s UKAS accredited laboratory can determine the tensile splitting strength of cylindrical test specimens of hardened concrete.  To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS EN 12390: Part 8 Depth of penetration of water under pressure

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We are UKAS accredited to determine the depth of penetration of water under pressure in hardened concrete which has been cured.  To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS EN 12390: Part 13 Secant modulus of elasticity in compression

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Celtest are UKAS accredited to determine the secant modulus of elasticity in compression of hardened concrete on test specimens which may be cast or taken from a structure.  To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

BS 1881: Part 124 Method for analysis of hardened concrete

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Our concrete laboratory has the capability to determine the cement content, aggregate content, aggregate grading, original water content, type of cement, type of aggregate, chloride content, sulphate content and alkali content of a sample of concrete.  To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us

Cement Bound Granular Mixtures (CBGM) Testing

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Celtest have the capability to test Cement Bound Granular Mixtures (CBGM). Since the development of modern, versatile design approaches, the use of CBGM can help lower project costs and improve sustainability, therefore increasing demand for the product. Please contact us to discuss your testing requirements.