Compaction Grout Monitor
The RST Compaction Grout Monitor System provides operators and engineers real-time display of key grouting parameters to enhance the understanding of site conditions.
The RST Compaction Grout Monitor System provides operators and engineers real-time display of key grouting parameters to enhance the understanding of site conditions. It is invaluable in providing a permanent record of key grouting parameters for quality assurance, quantity documentation, pressure and flow readings.
The data logger incorporates wi-fi that transmits data to a portable computer on which an operator can visualize displays of real-time and historical injection pressure and flows.
The RST Compaction Grout Monitor System has been developed and tested for a 2.0 in. flow tube. A short (< 50’) header connection of high pressure/low dilation, wire braid reinforced hose is recommended. For low mobility/high pressure applications, wired and wireless header pressure monitoring is available.
|Materials||Compaction and low mobility grouts|
|Flow||0.2 – 5.0 CFM (2.09 – 37.4 GPM)|
|Temperature||-20°C to 85°C (-4°F to 185°F)|
|Grout Pipe Sizes||2.0 in.|
|Pressure Transducer||0 – 1000 or 0-2000 PSI (please specify) 0.25% FSO|
|Connector||2.0” heavy duty concrete placement flange|
|Accuracy||±2% above 0.3 CFM
(after on-site calibration)
|Storage||4 MB standard memory|
|Data File||Comma delimited ASCII data file for post processing|
|Batch Control||Keypad display to file|
|Reading Rates||2 to 10 seconds|
|Real Time Graphical Display (English or SI Units)||Pressure, Flow, Injected Volume and Site Specific Information|
Compaction Grout Monitors are commonly used to:
|2” Compaction Grout Monitoring System||ELGL7001|
I’m very happy with the quality of the instrumentation and technical support from RST, as always. They worked with us from the initial stages of the project to ensure that we were fully prepared and equipped to use the RSTAR network for the first time. They delivered everything within the tight project time frame to ensure that there were no delays on site, and the submersible tilt meters looked like new even after over twelve months of being submerged in Thames water!
-Richard Lipscombe, BEng (Hons), Director & Principle Consultant - RL Geotechnical Ltd