The Thermal Integrity Profiler (TIP) uses the heat generated by curing cement to assess the quality of drilled shafts and of bored, augered cast in place, continuous flight auger or drilled displacement piles.
The Static Load Tester (SLT) automatically obtains and records reliable readings at programmable load intervals during a static load test.
The Shaft Quantitative Inspection Device (SQUID) system is a new technology for quantitatively assessing the quality of the bottom surface of a bored pile or drilled shaft.
SHAPE is a cost-effective quality assurance testing device used for deep foundations such as drilled shafts, slurry walls, barrettes and more to determine the excavation dimensions and verticality.
The Pile Integrity Tester (PIT) gives peace of mind that a pile or shaft is free of major cracks and voids, prior to construction of the superstructure.
The Pile Dynamics Analyzer – Dynamic Load Tester was designed specifically for quality assurance testing of drilled shafts and bored piles.
The Pile Driving Analyzer (PDA) system is the most widely employed system for Dynamic Load Testing and Pile Driving Monitoring in the world. PDA tests assess the capacity of several piles in a single day.
PDI-TOMO is a 3D tomography imaging tool that supplements the CHAMP output. It analyzes wave speeds (derived from arrival time data from the scans of all pairs of tubes) to yield a wave speed map of the entire shaft volume.
The Cross-Hole Analyzer determines the quality and consistency of the concrete of drilled shafts, slurry walls, bored piles, cast-in-situ piles and other types of concrete foundations. It is ideal for testing four probes in one go, thus, saving time and money. CHAMP-Q has colour coded wires for easy identification of probe receiving/transmitting.
CAPWAP® (Case Pile Wave Analysis Program) is the industry state-of-practice tool to establish the pile capacity, and estimates total bearing capacity of a pile or shaft, as well as resistance distribution along the shaft and at the toe.