SOILCON: Our Services
SOILCON has become one of the leading geotechnical investigation firms in Pakistan. In order of changing consumer patterns we intend to offer more integrated solutions to all range of customers from corporations to individual citizens.
Soil Dynamic Testing
- Cyclic Triaxial (Strength) Test
- Cyclic Triaxial (Property) Test
- Cyclic Simple Shear Test
- Resonant Column Test
Chemical Analysis of Soil / Water
- Sulphate Content
- Total Dissolved Salts
- Chloride Content
- Organic matter content
- pH Value
Soil Static Testing
- Triaxial (UU, CU, CD)
- Shear Box (Peak Strength)
- Multireversal Shear Box (Residual Strength)
- Unconfined Compression
- Oedometer Consolidation
- Swell Pressure
- Permeability (Constant Head / Falling Head)
- Compaction ( Standard / Modified )
- California Bearing Ratio (CBR) Test
- Maximum and Minimum Density ( Fine and Course Aggregate )
- Atterberg’s Limits
- Bulk Density
- Natural Moisture Content
- Sieve Analysis
- Hydrometer Analysis
- Specific Gravity
Concrete Aggregate Testing
- Specific Gravity and Absorption (Fine and Coarse Aggregate)
- Unit weight and Void Ratio
- Soundness of Aggregate (by Use of Sodium or Magnesium Sulphate)
- Los Angeles Abrasion Test
- Gradation Analysis
- Clay Lumps and Friable Particles in Aggregate
- Light Weight Pieces in Aggregate
- Impact Test on Aggregate
- Crushing Value Test on Aggregate
Main Soil Tests
Atterberg's Limit Test
The Atterberg limits are a basic measure of the critical water contents of a fine-grained soil.
California Bearing Ratio (CBR) Test
The California bearing ratio (CBR) is a penetration test for evaluation of the mechanical strength of road subgrades and basecourses.
Chemical Analysis Of Soil
Soil chemistry is the study of the chemical characteristics of soil. Soil chemistry is affected by mineral composition, organic matter and environmental factors.
Direct Shear Test
A direct shear test is a laboratory or field test used by geotechnical engineers to measure the shear strength properties of soil or rock material, or of discontinuities in soil or rock masses.
Los Angeles Test
Abrasion is the process of scuffing, scratching, wearing down, marring, or rubbing away. Abrasion can be an undesirable effect of exposure to normal use or exposure to the elements.
A sieve analysis is a practice or procedure used to assess the particle size distribution (also called gradation) of a granular material.
Soil Hydrometer Test
A hydrometer analysis is the process by which fine-grained soils, silts and clays, are graded. Hydrometer analysis is performed if the grain sizes are too small for sieve analysis.
Unconfined Compression Test
This test compresses a soil sample to measure its strength. The modifier “unconfined” contrasts this test to the triaxial shear test.
This test provides the water content of the soil, normally expressed as a percentage of the weight of water to the dry weight of the soil.