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ASTM D (Ultrasonic Crosshole Testing).pdf – Download as PDF File .pdf ), Text File .txt) or read online. Crosshole sonic/ultrasonic logging (CSL) system for pile and deep foundation testing using ASTM D complete control from Panasonic Rugged tablet with dedicated Android application; conforming to ASTM D; wireless technology: WiFi – GHz .

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Link to Active This link will always route to the current Active version of the standard. Using 2, 3 or 4 motorized reels it is possible to increase the survey productivity and reduce testing time: All of Olson Instruments have been researched, tested, and used on-site daily by our sister company, Olson Engineeringworld reknowned for NDT consulting. December 31, Available NOW! An ultrasonic wave is sent from a transmitter to a receiver and is conveyed automatically by atm device along the entire length of the pile via the pipes embedded into it during casting.

Using water-filled access tubes, CSL testing provides assurance that the foundation concrete is sound with no defects such as soil intrusions, necking, sand lenses, voids, etc.

Contact Olson Instruments when adding on to an existing system, d67600-8 purchasing multiple systems as some of the components d760-08 common to other test methods. The OE Website is loaded with Tech Brief and project photos using the equipment shown on this website.

These notes and footnotes excluding those in tables and figures shall not be considered as requirements of the standard. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use. The method does not give the exact type of defect for example, inclusion, honeycombing, lack of cement particles, etc.

Sorry, this content is unavailable because your browser does not support iframes. The system is s6760-08 for Quality Assurance QA testing of newly placed critical drilled shaft foundations and auger cast piles, but can also be applied to slurry walls, mat foundations, and mass concrete pours.


Where defects exist, the extent, nature, depth, and approximate lateral location of the defects can be determined with the CSL method and further refined with Tomographic Imaging Softwarewhich is sold by Olson Instruments.

The Crosshole Sonic Logging d6760-8 is the most accurate and reliable technique for assessing the integrity of deep foundation elements constructed on-site from concrete or grout. Complete Cross-Hole system with 2 motorized reels, on site application.

The instrument is a complete system for performing structural tests by ultrasound on piles, deep foundations, infrastructural works or buildings. The data are acquired at each pulse and displayed in real time on the tablet screen allowing any imperfections in the structure being inspected to be seen immediately.

Training may be available at your location by one of our agents upon special arrangement. Complete set, easily transportable with the very small wheeled suitcase. Active view current version of standard. The only manual operations required are the positioning of the encoders for reading the position of the motorized probes on the pipes and the sstm alignment of the probes on the pile head.

Pulse-Echo pile integrity testing PET(Pile Echo Tester) Ultrasonic Crosshole Testing ASTM D6760-08

Complete Cross-Hole system with 2 motorized reels. Click here for Agents. Integrated wireless system with 2 motorized reels; expansion options for 1 – 2 channels; with multi-reels system up to 4 the tomographic investigation is performed providing complete information on pile quality and homogeneity over its whole length; the system is completely managed via a rugged Android tablet included ; easily transportable with the very small wheeled suitcase; user-friendly and intuitive software.

No other units of measurement are included in this standard.

This method can also be extended to diaphragm walls, barrettes, dams d67600-08. Integrated motorized reel including the 52Hz probe with 60 m cable; battery and control panel.

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The speed of the sonic wave and its energy are strongly influenced by the quality of the concrete and it is therefore possible to assess the characteristics and give a tomographic representation in 2D and 3D called diagraphy. For complete details about the Crosshole Sonic Logging Systems available as an add-on test with the Freedom Data PC platform, call toll free or email: The Single-Hole Sonic Logging method is used in cases where only a single access tube can be placed in a deep foundation, and tests the concrete quality in the region around the single access tube.


The system can directly manage up to 4 motorized coil systems from one tablet. Plans, specifications, provisions, or combinations thereof prepared by a qualified engineer, and approved by the agency requiring the test smay provide additional requirements and procedures as needed to satisfy the objectives of a particular test program. The cross-hole method is a way to analyze the foundation piles of buildings, which, with the use of cross-hole ultrasonic pulsesallows accurate, high-resolution tests to be carried out.

The procedure for running cross-hole surveys with 2, 3 or 4 channels is managed in a fully automated way. How one applies the results obtained using this standard is beyond its scope. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard. This method is most applicable when performed in tubes that are installed during construction.

The test is started by simply pressing a button and it is possible to verify the test data step-by-step in order to check the test progress in real time.

The method is limited primarily to testing the concrete between the access ducts and thus gives little information about the concrete outside the reinforcement cage to which the access ducts are attached when the tubes are attached to the inside of the reinforcement cage.