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Gyratory compactor, a Swiss Army knife in an asphalt pavement laboratory

Gyratory compactor, a Swiss Army knife in an asphalt pavement laboratory

Since the completion of the SuperPave™ program, the popularity of gyratory compactors has never ceased to grow. Why? Because it’s a smart tool, and with lots of features. Born for laboratory testing When Superpave Mix Design was launched, pavement designers quickly forgot all there is...

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Need to estimate Undrained Shear Strength fast? Laboratory Vane Apparatus is your answer.

Need to estimate Undrained Shear Strength fast? Laboratory Vane Apparatus is your answer.

The determination of undrained shear strength of soil is a key point during the design process in civil engineering. The most reliable and traditional method of determining this parameter is to perform Triaxial testing: this implies the use of triaxial equipment necessitating significant investment,...

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Level II Master in Engineering Geology - A.Y. 2020/2021 at the GeoTechnology Center (CGT) of Siena.

Level II Master in Engineering Geology - A.Y. 2020/2021 at the GeoTechnology Center (CGT) of Siena.

CONTROLS Group is proud to sponsor the Level II Master in Engineering Geology - A.Y. 2020/2021 at the GeoTechnology Center (CGT) of Siena.   The Master in Engineering Geology aims to train engineering professionals to manage the design and construction of foundations and support,...

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CONTROLS COVID-19 Response and Action

CONTROLS COVID-19 Response and Action

As COVID-19 continues to spread, we are closely monitoring the ever-changing developments of this pandemic. Our first priority is the safety and well-being of our employees, customers, partners, and communities we surround ourselves with each day, while continuing to serve our customers and preserving the...

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Automation: It's Where the Magic Happens

Automation: It's Where the Magic Happens

Only a Wizard could deliver better results for a better price. Not that many years ago, ordering a batch of concrete required completing a carbon-copy paper form that was physically recorded for shipping. It was handwritten, leaving room for error, and tedious, adding extra administrative steps to...

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