On September 14-15, 2017, at the invitation of Kashima Construction and OYO, our company went to the Asian Polytechnic University in Thailand to participate in the "50th Anniversary Exhibition of the ASEAN Institute of Mechanics and Basic Engineering". Also present at the conference were Kasaka Construction's top researcher Kensuke DATE, chief researcher Tomonori MIKAMI, researcher Shion NAKAMOTO, OYO's Mitsuru YABE and technician Eiki NAKAYAMA, and deputy chief engineer Yang Sen of our company.
(From left to right: Tomonori MIKAMI, Jansen, Kensuke DATE)
Through the smooth holding of this exhibition, our company's falling ball geotechnical property tester was once again presented to colleagues in the foreign civil industry. The device has been used in Japan and Singapore, and will be further promoted to other countries. The falling ball is developed for highway, railway, water conservancy, airport, bridge, construction and other engineering fields. It can be effectively used in all stages of design and construction. It can quickly test the deformation and rebound modulus of geotechnical materials. Foundation coefficient K30, CBR, deflection value, dry density and compaction. At the same time, the device supports the database system CI-DBS, which can be docked with the BQIM system to visualize the detection results.