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Hydraulic shrinkage
Specific gravity (relative density) EN 196-6 / ASTM C188 / AASHTO T133
Soundness of cement and hydrated lime EN 196-3
Determination of length changes EN 1367-4 / UNI 8147 / UNI 8148 / EN 12617-4 / EN 12808-4 / ASTM C151 / ASTM C490 / UNI 8520:22 / UNI 6687 / EN 680
Hydraulic shrinkage of cement and grouts EN 12617-4 / EN 12808-4 / UNI 6687 / NF P15-433
Expansion of Portland cement ASTM C151 / ASTM C490
Air content of mortar ASTM C185 / AASHTO T137
Fineness of cement EN 196-6 / ASTM C204 / AASHTO T153
Water Retention ASTM C91 / ASTM C110
Heat of hydration EN 196-8 / ASTM C186
Loss on ignition EN 196-2
Potential Alkali Reactivity of cement aggregate ASTM C227 / UNI 8520:22
Setting time  
  • Setting time apparatus
EN 196-3 / EN 480-2 / ASTM C191 / AASHTO T131
ASTM C91 / ASTM C141 / ASTM C266 / AASHTO T154 / ASTM C1398
EN 196-3 / EN 480-2 / ASTM C191 / AASHTO T131
Consistency and Flow EN 459-2 / EN 1015-3 / ASTM C230 / UNI 7044 / EN 13279-2 / ASTM C1437
Workable life and stiffening EN 1015-9 / EN 13294
Water vapour permeability EN 1015-19
Building lime, grout and mud testing EN 459-2 / EN 413-2 / EN 1015-4
Air content. Pressure method EN 459-2 / EN 413-2 / EN 1015-7
Reactivity of Lime EN 459-2
Bulk density of Lime EN 459-2
Yield of Lime EN 459-2
Flow of Grouts and Muds  
  • Building lime, grout and mud testing apparatus
EN 445
Mud density
Fly Ash fineness EN 451-2 / ASTM C430
Consistency of Grouts EN 13395-2
Carbon dioxide determination in lime EN 459-2
Soundness of Building Lime EN 459-2
Determination of cement strength  
  • Preparation of specimens - Mixing
EN 196-3 / EN 459-2 / EN 413-2 / EN 196-1 / EN ISO 679 / EN 480-1
EN 196-3 / EN 459-2 / EN 413-2 / EN 196-1 / EN ISO 679 / ASTM C305 / EN 480-1 / ASTM C451
EN 196-3 / EN 459-2 / EN 413-2 / EN 196-1 / EN ISO 679
Specimen preparation EN 196-1 / EN ISO 679
Compaction of specimens EN 196-1 / EN ISO 679
Preparation of 70.7 mm mortar cubes BS 4550
Preparation of 50 mm cube moulds
Curing of specimens  
  • Preparation of specimens - Curing
ASTM C109 / ASTM C511 / EN 196-8 / EN 196-1 / EN ISO 679
EN 196-8 / EN 196-1
Compression and flexural test  
  • Compression-flexural testers
ASTM C109 / ASTM C349 / ASTM C348 / EN 196-1 / EN 13286-41
ASTM C109 / ASTM C349 / ASTM C348 / EN 196-1 / EN 13286-41 / EN 933-5
ASTM C109 / ASTM C349 / ASTM C348 / EN 196-1
ASTM C109 / ASTM C349 / ASTM C348 / EN 196-1
ASTM C109 / ASTM C349 / ASTM C348 / EN 196-1
ASTM C109 / ASTM C349 / ASTM C348 / EN 196-1
ASTM C348 / EN 196-1
Chemical tests EN 196-2
Pat test for soundness of hydrated lime and gypsum plasters EN 459-2 / BS 890 / BS 1191
Cement

Cement

Inorganic binders have had a role in the construction industry since pre-classical times and, after successive transformations, are today briefly classified as cements, limes and plasters. These binders, as well as being used singularly are often mixed in order to produce an end product, which meets the technical characteristics of the user. Today, the various types of binders are well known, particularly cements, and they are becoming ever more sophisticated with pre-mixed cements designed to satisfy specific structural requirements.

For several decades, national standards have governed over the production of these binders and have led, in each single producing country, to a high level of diversification. The current EN Standards have drawn on the know-how of the various national bodies in order to arrive at a unified Standard. We propose a vast range of machines that satisfy, practically all requirements.

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