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Concrete Testing Equipments

Slump Test Apparatus

Business Type: Manufacturers, Exporters, Suppliers, Retailers, Wholesalers

Make: Setest India
Origin: India

Model No.: SET-1102

Standards: IS 7320 and BS 1881-102

Product Description: SE-Test India manufactures, suppliers, and exports slump test apparatus for gauging the consistency of concrete mixes. The slump test is really important to find out the characteristics of freshly mixed concrete and needs to be performed without fail. Our apparatus conforms to international standards and industry best practises and allows engineers and technicians to assess the concrete properties relating to cohesion and mixing consistency "on site" in the least amount of time. Every batch of concrete can be checked easily without any lags, thus saving the project time lines.

Slump Test Apparatus Product specifications –
Here are the objective specifications of our slump test apparatus manufacturers, suppliers, and exporters in Delhi, India.–

  • The apparatus can be used for concrete mixes with maximum aggregate size of 38 mm.
  • There is a slump cone made of steel. Its lower base diameter is 200 mm while at the top, it has diameter of 100 mm. Height is 300 mm.
  • Foot pieces can be fixed to the clamps provided at the base plate. A lifting handle is also attached with the base plate for easy handling
  • A 600 mm long and 16 mm wide graduated steel rod is provided as part of the apparatus.
  • Slump test apparatus of SE-test India is developed as per standards IS 7320 and BS 1881 – 102.

Our apparatus is very simple in design, yet it has been developed through the use of the best quality materials, including high tensile steel that is rust proof. Thus the slump test apparatus manufacturers, suppliers and exporters in Delhi, India delivers without any deformity or lack of accuracy for years. 

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