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
Celtest are UKAS accredited to perform the magnesium sulphate test. This test provides an indication of how an aggregate behaves when subjected to the cyclic action of immersion in magnesium sulphate, followed by oven drying. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us
Celtest’s well established concrete laboratory is UKAS accredited to take cores from hardened concrete, examine and prepare for testing and determination of compressive strength in accordance to BS EN 12504: Part 1. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us
Celtest have the capability to determine the flexural and compressive strength of moulded specimens made from cementitious screed, calcium sulphate screed, magnesite screed and synthetic resin screed material. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us
Celtest are UKAS accredited to determine the in-situ relative hydraulic conductivity, at specific locations, of a road surfacing that is designed to be permeable. To discuss your testing requirements, please contact us
Celtest have the capability to test to EN 12697-22 Wheel Tracking. This test measures and records the rut formed by repeated passes of a loaded wheel at constant temperature and provides an indication of the susceptibility of the material to deform under load. For further information please contact us
Celtest ltd have the capability to test for filler aggregate used in bituminous mixtures in accordance with BS EN 13179-1: 2013 – Part 1: Delta ring and ball test. The test procedure determines the stiffening effect of filler aggregate when mixed with bitumen.
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
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.
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