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Speciality Field Testing

Specialilty Field Testing for intelligent expectations

Ground Penetrating Radar -

Any project involving load transfer to soil requires the underlying soils to be tested for bearing capacity and classified prior to the design of the foundation. In order to satisfy code requirements, subsurface exploration methods are to be selected by the design professional.

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Ultrasonic Pulse velocity Tests

An ultrasonic pulse velocity (UPV) test is an in-situ, nondestructive test to check the quality of concrete and natural rocks. In this test, the strength and quality of concrete or rock is assessed by measuring the velocity of an ultrasonic pulse passing through a concrete structure or natural rock formation.

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Impact Echo Testing

Impact Echo is a method for nondestructive evaluation of concrete and masonry.  It is based on the use of impact-generated compression waves that travel through the structure and are reflected by internal flaws and external surfaces.  Impact Echo can be used to measure the thickness of slabs, plates, columns and beams, and hollow cylinders.  It can also be used to determine the location and extent of flaws such as cracks, delaminations, voids, honeycombing and debonding in plain, reinforced and post-tensioned concrete structures. Voids in the subgrade directly beneath slabs and pavements are easily detected through Impact Echo testing.

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Sonic Testing

Sonic testing is probably one of the most valuable tools of engine building – and often the most overlooked. It allows the engine builder to gain a basic perspective of the integrity of the parts that are going to be used for the engine build and it’s a way of seeing what limitations there may be along with the quality of the pieces you are working with.

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Rebound Hammer Tests

Rebound Hammer test is a Non-destructive testing method of concrete which provide a convenient and rapid indication of the compressive strength of the concrete. The rebound hammer is also called as Schmidt hammer that consist of a spring controlled mass that slides on a plunger within a tubular housing.

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Windsor Probes/ Pins

The Windsor Probe System determines the compressive strength of in-place concrete.  The non-destructive system is used on both fresh and mature concrete, either horizontally or vertically. The system rapidly and accurately determines the concrete compressive strength of a structure by driving a probe into the concrete with a known amount of force.

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Mechanical – Electrical – Plumbing (MEP) Inspections -

Inspection of any MEP systems is more than “Does it work the way it should?”.  Regardless of the type of system required for inspection, a general checklist that is applicable to all systems

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Architectural General Building Inspections -

In addition to our special inspection services, we have other monitoring and systems that AEIS Provides.

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Progress Inspections-

The code explains that progress inspections “shall be made during the progress of work to verify substantial compliance with the code and with approved construction documents

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Asphalt Inspections-

Test are performed per ASTM C88, C117, C123, C117, C127, C128, C566, C535, C780 and other applicable codes/ standards/ specification.

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