On display will be its new AUTOMAX Pro 3000 kN compression machine, featuring high stiffness certified EN-compliant testing frame controlled by the excellent automatic power control system for automatic test execution with closed-loop digital feedback. An innovative new approach from CONTROLS allows Automax Pro to be an active and connected part of client laboratory infrastructure, including integration with Laboratory Management Systems (LIMS). Now, testing laboratories have the tools to certify test execution, expand their production capacity, and increase efficiencies using CERTILAB Local and Enterprise peripheral devices integration packages, and iLab Web Services, which open a whole new ecosystem of connectivity, networkability, traceability, transparency and efficiency options.
Also on display will be AUTOMAX Multitest – a versatile and modular Automatic Computerized Control Console for mechanical strength testing of Concrete, Cement, steel rebar and other materials. It allows users to connect up to four testing frames from 15 kN to 5000 kN and start testing.
IPC Global, which offers the widest and most unique range of advanced pavements testing systems in the industry, will showcase its Galileo Research, fully electromechanical asphalt Gyratory Compactor designed with testing accuracy, repeatability, safety and efficiency. All models use closed-loop control and patented Orbital motion to compact specimens with a level of stiffness and angle stability that far exceed the new requirements of AASHTO T312, ASTM D6925, D7115 and EN 12697-31 standards.
Wykeham Farrance which has been at the forefront of geo-mechanics, will present its ACE (Advanced Computerized Oedometer) EmS - a versatile and fully automatic Oedometer soil consolidation testing system with low maintenance, efficient and environmentally friendly EmS technology. It automatically performs consolidation tests, reducing the risk of human error and connects up to 60 units using its ingenious software. ACE also performs UC (Unconfined Compression) and CRS (Constant Rate of Strain) tests.