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Automatic Vicat Apparatus

Automatic Vicat Apparatus
Automatic Vicat Apparatus
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Product Code : DICM069
Brand Name : DIDAC
Product Description

Automatic Vicat Apparatus

Description of Automatic Vicat Apparatus

DIDAC Export have long tradition in manufacturing automatic setting time testers for cement and mortar. A new generation, the third one, is now available. As with the older generations the test procedure is unchanged, a needle drops freely into a cement sample at regular intervals and in fixed positions. Penetration depth is measured by a sensor with 0,1 mm resolution.

Features of Automatic Vicat Apparatus

  • Advanced electronics technologies providing superior performances and total flexibility combined with simplicity in use
  • Easy-to-use double interface: local mode, with large size 4,3" touch screen color display, and remote mode, with PC
  • Integrated graphic printer is available as optional accessory showing both results in numerical format and setting time plot
  • Easy setting and storage of user-defined test profiles allowing quick test start
  • Large accessibility to the test space

Technical Specifications of Automatic Vicat Apparatus

  • LAN port for direct connection to PC of a single unit or connection to a LAN hub for creating a network with up to 32 independent units all controlled by a single PC. 1 LAN cable is included
  • USB port for data storage on pen-drive
  • Test procedures can be customized and stored to match user-defined requirements
  • Can incorporate an integrated graphic printer showing test result and setting time plot
  • Large test space with easy accessibility
  • Automatic calculation of initial and final setting time at programmable penetration depth limits
  • Minimum penetrations rate: 10 seconds
  • Penetration measurement by encoder   
  • Power: 50 W
  • Dimensions: 200x400x410mm (L x W x H)
  • Weight approx.: 10 kg



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