Founded more than ten years ago, we specialize in developing pile testing systems for quality control and integrity testing of deep foundations: piles, shafts, caissons and barrettes...
- The CHUM (Cross Hole Ultrasonic Monitor): uses the Crosshole Sonic Logging (CSL) method to perform quality control of deep foundations. The system uses an ultrasonic wave sent from a transmitter to a receiver pulled through water filled access tubes embedded in the concrete. The measured arrival time and energy are strongly dependent on the concrete quality.- The USB-PET (Piletest's Pile Echo Tester): is a pulse - echo solution, user friendly in controlling quickly and accurately a large number of deep foundations. There is no need time to train, PET is a modular system to computer, only connection through USB port of any regular notebook, Tablet PC, or Pocket PC.
PET uses pulse-echo method. To test a pile, user takes a small hammer in package strikes to pile. The resulting signal is captured and analyzed by PET's digital accelerometer, than transmitted information about the pile's length and shape.
Piletest's Pile Echo Tester (BLUTOOTH-PET) is a user friendly solution, highly flexible solution to test a large number of deep foundations quickly and accurately. There is no need time to train, PET is a modular, computer independent system, connect to PocketPC via wireless Bluetooth.
- PSI-Parallet Seismic Instrument: PSI uses the well-known Parallet Seismic method determine the depth of existing foundations where the superstructure is not allow to pile heads. The test requires the installation of a plastic tube access in parallet, as close as possible. This tube should be down to exceeding of the dept pile about 6 - 8m, filled with water. In unsaturated soils, the tube should be grouted in the hole to achieve with the surrounding soils.