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7 Holes Laboratory Flakiness Thickness Gauge For Classification Aggregate Particles

  • 30-99 Pieces
    $25.00
  • >=100 Pieces
    $20.00
Model Number:
OBRK-J02
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Place of Origin:
China
Brand Name:
OBRk
Product name:
Laboratory Flakiness Thickness Gauge
Standard:
BS 812-105.1.
Keyword:
Flakiness Gauge
Usage:
measure to flaky index
Material:
Stainless steel
Weight:
150g

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Selling Units:
Single item
Single package size: 
38X12X9 cm
Single gross weight:
0.900 kg
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7 Holes Laboratory Flakiness Thickness Gauge For Classification Aggregate Particles
Lead Time :
Quantity(Pieces) 1 - 100 >100
Est. Time(days) 10 To be negotiated

7 Holes Laboratory Flakiness Thickness Gauge For Classification Aggregate Particles

 

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Product Description

7 Holes Laboratory Flakiness Thickness Gauge For Classification Aggregate Particles

Thickness Gauge is used to determine if the aggregate particles are to be considered as flaky, i.e. their thickness is less than 0.6 of their nominal size.

The aggregate to be classified is separated into seven sieve fractions from 6.3 to 63 mm, and each fraction is examined separately. Slot sizes are 4.9 x 30 mm, 7.2 x 40 mm, 10.2 x 50 mm, 14.4 x 60 mm, 19.7 x 80 mm, 26.3 x 90 mm and 33.9 x 100 mm.

 

Standard BS 812-105.1
 Dimension 400 (L) x 136 (W)
 Weight 600 g
 Material Stainless steel

 

 

 

 

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7 Holes Laboratory Flakiness Thickness Gauge For Classification Aggregate Particles