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Sand equivalent test set
Standards: EN 933-8 | ASTM D2419
Specification: he two sets comprises: four measuring cylinders, two rubber stoppers, measuring can, irrigator tube, siphon assembly with bottle, weighted foot, funnel, graduated rule, 1 liter of stock solution (packed separately) and plastic carrying case. Each item can be ordered individually (see spare parts). All items are housed in the plastic carrying case except the Siphon assembly with Stock solution bottle which are packed separately.
The two sets are identical except for the four measuring cylinders which are totally graduated in the ASTM/AASHTO version and for the weighted foot which is slightly different.
For a reliable test result we recommend the use of a mechanical shaker.
- Case dimension: 500x400x130 mm
- Total weight approx.: 7 kg
Sand equivalent test set, sand equivalent test apparatus, sand equivalent test price, sand equivalent shaker, sand equivalent test suppliers in India
The sand equivalent test quantifies the relative abundance of sand versus clay in soil. It is measured by standardized test methods such as ASTM D2419, AASHTO T176, and EN 933-8. The test is used to qualify aggregates for applications where sand is desirable but fines and dust are not. A higher sand equivalent value indicates that there is less clay‐like material in a sample.