Recently, Kashima Construction Co., Ltd. of Japan applied the ball-type rock and soil mechanical property tester developed by our company to the filling engineering test of the Oitagawa Dam, and won the Technical Performance Award of the Society of Site Engineering.
The Japanese Geotechnical Engineering Society (JGS) was founded in 1949 and is the largest geotechnical engineering research society in Japan. Since joining the International Society of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering in 1950, he has played an important role on the international stage.
Established in 1840, Mule Kashima Construction Co., Ltd. is a large-scale integrated construction company in Japan, the third largest construction contractor in the world, and a Fortune 500 company. Its business covers 40 countries and regions on four continents.
The award is a high recognition of the ball and soil mechanical property tester and a full affirmation of our company's product development. Our company will closely integrate market demands, adhere to independent innovation, and contribute to the promotion of industry development and technological progress.
Ball-type rock and soil mechanical property tester is mainly used in roads, bridges, railways, water conservancy, municipal engineering and other large engineering construction fields. It is used to detect the deformation modulus of concrete, rock, and composite materials. The detection accuracy is high, and the average test error of the elastic modulus of the homogeneous material is less than 5%.