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State "Research institute of building production named of V.S. Balitsky" (Кyiv)

Material-technical base

    The Institute has developed resources to research and manufacture of non-standard equipment and equipment that includes:

    1.  Principal testing equipment (TE)

    Available TE actually provides full support of studies and experimental research works performed by NDIBV. TE list includes:

  • Machines for squeeze testing of construction materials.

    Maximum load – 10, 50  and 125 t; permissible error after 10 % of critical load – ±2 %; yoke motion speed – 48 and 200 mm/min; centralized control (buttons, handwheel).

  • Machines for stress-rupture testing of construction materials, including roll material, glues, sealing, waterproofing and heat-shielding materials, paints and varnishes with regard to strength and relative deformation indicators.
  • Bending test machine for determination of ultimate strength of materials during bending. Measuring range from 30 to 100 kgf/cm2; error not exceeding 1%;  load buildup rate – 5±0,5 kgf/min.
  • Hydraulic pumping press for determination of concrete strength in ferroconcrete construction elements within range 100-500 kgf/cm2.
  • Ultrasonic testing device for non-destructive technique determination of  concrete strength in ferroconcrete construction elements within range 100-500 kgf/cm2.
  • Swiss Proceg company devices – SCHMIDT hammers of L-model (for bricks) and N-model (for concrete).

    These devices permit to determine by non-destructive technique compressing strength of burnt clay and concrete (ferroconcrete) products.

  • Hydraulic jacks for load determination in testing of piles and foundations. Stress application range – 0-100 ton-force, 0-500 ton-force.
  • Drying boxes for drying of various materials samples in determination of dampness, water adsorption and porosity index.

    Maximum operating temperatures 250°С,  260°С and 350°С.

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