Vibrating Compaction Hammer
BS 1377:4 | BS 1924:2 | EN 13286-4 | NZS 4402.4.1.3:1986 | NZTA T19:2020
Mainly used for the vibrating hammer compaction test, but can also be used for the compaction of soil specimens and NZTA T19 basecourse specimens.
Using the appropriate tamping foot it can also be used for compacting asphalt in the “Percentage refusal density test”.
Double insulated motor. Plastic trigger handle. The hammer is supplied without support frame and tampers which have to be ordered separately.
33-T8702/A: Vibration hammer for soil and asphalt compaction, 230V/50-60Hz/1Ph
33-T8702/FR: Supporting frame for vibrating hammer
33-T8702/W: Extra weight, 20 kg total, for steel frame model 33-T8702/FR
33-T0087/6: Small tamping foot, 102 mm dia., head only
33-T0087/7: Large tamping foot, 146 mm dia., head only
33-T0087/8A: Shank, 300 mm long
The Indirect Tensile Strength (ITS), in accordance with NZTA T19:2020 specification, is determined by measuring the ultimate load to failure of a test specimen that is subjected to a constant rate on its diametrical axis.
2020PAC00310: Indirect Tensile Loading Jig to NZTA T19 specifications
CONTROLS have implemented small quality of life improvements to NZTA’s drawing, such as better base and a spring return mechanism, while conforming to the mandatory specifications.
IANZ calibration certificate available on request.