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Pressure Cells

For measuring total stresses in soils and concrete.

Pressure cells, are used to measure total pressure in soils, rock and concrete and at the interface between soil and natural or concrete abutment structures, as well as on foundation contacts.

Total Pressure Cells measure the total pressure (effective stress minus pore water pressure) and are installed within fills to determine its distribution, magnitude and direction.

NATM stress cells are designed for use in concrete such as linings in tunnels and other underground workings.

Data can be obtained using a portable readout or connected into a data logger for automatic monitoring.

 

NATM Pressure Cells NPC-3000
Pressure Cells

NATM Pressure Cells NPC-3000

NPC-3000 Series NATM Pressure cells are designed to monitor stress of shotcrete in the construction of tunnels, particularly those using the New Austrian Tunnel Method…

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Total Earth Pressure Cells TPC-4000
Pressure Cells

Total Earth Pressure Cells TPC-4000

TPC-4000 series Total Earth Pressure cells are designed to measure total pressure (effective stress and pore water pressure) in soils and at the interface between…

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Push-in Pressure Cell
Pressure Cells

Push-in Pressure Cell

A Push-in Pressure Cell, also called Spade Cell, is designed to be pushed into the ground where it can measure total earth pressure and pore…

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Jackout Pressure Cell
Pressure Cells

Jackout Pressure Cell

VWJPC-4500 Jackout Pressure Cells are used to measure active and passive pressures on diaphragm walls during excavation. They are installed within the diaphragm wall cage…

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Flat Jack
Pressure Cells

Flat Jack

Flat jacks are designed to carry out in-situ testing of masonry structures and rock. The flat jack is constructed from two stainless steel plates welded…

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