Qty. Model, Description. 1, Choose One: Concrete compression machine, , lb (1, kN) cap., iH Digital Indicator, platens for testing 6″ x 12″ specimens. ASTM C78/C78M: Standard Test Method for Flexural Strength of Concrete ( Using Simple Beam with Third-Point Loading). determined by standard test methods ASTM C (third-point loading) or ASTM C (center-point loading). The specimen size and type of loading does.
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We manufacture a variety of testing systems suitable for meeting this specification, including the common construction testing industry standard “compression-only” style systems.
WaveMatrix 2 for Dynamic Testing. Specimen geometry is in the form of a beam that is 6 x 6 inches with a minimum length of 21 inches. Have a question asmt conducting the test for this standard? Subscribe to Instron News!
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Partner Software automatically calculates the modulus of rupture based upon the maximum applied cc78 and average dimensional values of the test specimen. This standard is used in the testing of concrete in the construction of slabs and pavements. Combining values from the two systems may result in non-conformance with the standard.
Link to Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. Force range of 5 kN to kN 1, lbf tolbf Adjustable test space The most popular choice for static tension c7 compression tests These dual column testers are available in both tabletop and floor standing models.
The desired results are that modulus of rupture is calculated and the specimen fails within the middle third of the span length in the tension area or underside of the specimen. By means of our testing expertise and modular product design, we will help find the solution that is right for you.
We suggest referencing the instructions found in the ASTM C78 for the loading rates, proper specimen orientation, and application of preload to assure “gap-free” contact between the specimen and fixture.
ASTM C78 Flexural Bend Concrete Test Equipment
ASTM C78 Standard
Description Literature Contact Us ASTM C78 addresses the flexural testing of concrete used in the construction of slabs and pavements with a “third-point” style flexure apparatus. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety, health, and environmental practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
Satisfies the requirements of both ASTM C and C78 Rated to kN 22, lbf Loading span attached to a spherical seat to maintain proper alignment Includes preinstalled metric ruler to ease specimen placement. Universal materials testing software for static hydraulic, electromechanical and torsion testing systems – WBB.
ASTM C78 Flexural Strength of Concrete Beams
Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard. ASTM C78 addresses the flexural testing of concrete used in the construction of slabs and pavements with a “third-point” style flexure apparatus.
Onsite Training At Your Facility. We are confident that we have what you are looking for. The values stated in each system may not be exact equivalents; therefore, each system shall be used independently of the other. Concrete, Asphalt and Rock. Load ratings up to kN 56, lbf Base lengths up to mm 48 in Various roller sizes available Available in 3-point and 4-point configurations.
We find that operators prefer this style of system over manually controlled systems because of the more consistent control of the loading rate and the less risk of shock to the specimen.