Servo Controlled Superpave Gyratory Compactor

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Product Code: CM-009

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The servo controlled mechanism provides a high level of accuracy for the tilt angle as well as the gyration rate and start/stop position. The servo actuators are isolated from the compaction area preventing any possible jamming from material spills. All of the compaction parameters are microprocessor-controlled. This allows user modifications of any parameter through simple on-screen controls without any cumbersome mechanical adjustment.

By introducing a self-heating mold with precise temperature control, the compactor eliminates the need to keep and handle multiple pre-heated molds providing an efficient and safe operating environment. The self-heating molds eliminate the handling of heavy and hot components for each compacted specimen. The mold temperature is precisely controlled allowing the user to specify the temperature during compaction. The controlled temperature can be prescribed to be constant or variable as a function of time during compaction.

Because the mold is rigidly fastened and self-heated, it not only provides a high level of reliability, but eliminates the need to purchase multiple expensive molds and large ovens to keep them at the required temperature.

Once all the required compaction parameters (density, number of gyrations, temperature, etc.) are set, the operator only needs to push a button for each specimen compaction sequence. The material is weighed automatically, using an integrated precision scale, and its mass entered into the controller automatically virtually eliminating operator data entry errors.

This compactor, together with our pressure-controlled core drill and lab saw are ideal for preparing specimens for Dynamic Modulus determination and Simple Performance Tests .

Last Updated on: 19th Jan 2015

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