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  • Accurate, productive, robust and easy to use
  • 3 years warranty
  • 10 years free software upgrades
  • 30 days money back guarantee
  • Use your own device (Windows, Android, laptop, tablet, Smartphone)
  • Complimentary SOS (Second Opinion Service) on test results
  • 22 years experience in developing pile testing systems for qaulity and integrity testing of deep foundations.

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PET
Pile Echo Tester

PET Uses the pulse-echo method (PEM, PIT) for pile integrity testing. A pile test starts when the pile top is struck with a handheld hammer and the PET digital accelerometer records the reflected waves on the computer screen. The resulting signal (reflectogram) readily provides information regarding the pile's length and integrity.

This is the primary method used in the industry for quick pile integrity test, to control the quality of piles on a site with a large number of piles.

Two PET versions are available: PT001 - PET Pro USB and PT002 - PET Bluetooth.

Fully supports the following standards: [ASTM D5882-16], [AFNOR P160-2,4]

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CHUM
Cross Hole Ultrasonic Monitor - with Tomography support

CHUM supports Cross Hole Sonic Logging (CSL) as well as Single Hole Ultrasonic Testing (SHUT, SSL) and enables on site in real-time two dimmensional Tomography (2DT) - and off site, true three-dimensional Tomography (3DT,CSLT) analysis.
This is the primary method used in the industry for for high resolution testing of large drilled piles (ACIP)
Fully supports the following standards: ASTM D6760-16, AFNOR NF P 94-160-1 (2000)

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BIT
Borehole Inclination Tester

BIT quickly and accurately measures the inclination (verticality) of

  • A dry/wet borehole during and after drilling - without the need for a heavy caliper
  • An existing pile - without the need for special expensive inclinometer tubes with grooves

BIT is based on gyro technology, to enable simple, fast and productive inclination testing, with a very lightweight system which can be handled by a single operator


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PSI
Parallel Seismic Instrument

PSI uses the well-known Parallel Seismic method to establish the depth of existing foundations (specifically piles) where the superstructure (i.e. exsiting building) precludes access to the pile's head.

The test requires the installation of a plastic access tube in parallel, and as close as possible, to the tested pile. The tube should be carried down to a depth exceeding the assumed pile length by a margin of 8-10m and filled with water. In unsaturated soils the tube should be firmly grouted in the hole to achieve good coupling with the surrounding soil.

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