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Marshall compaction moulds

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General description
General description
All moulds are made from steel, protected against corrosion. They are specially made for use with the automatic compactor, see #automatic-marshall-compactors-astm#.
The three parts of the compaction moulds can be purchased individually. See spare parts.
Conforming to ASTM D6926 (ex D1559), the compaction can also be performed manually. See Hand compaction assembly.
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Technical specifications

Model 76-B0057
Inside dia. 101.6 mm (4”)
Mould cylinder height 87.3 mm (3.44”)
Standards ASTM D6926
ASTM D1559
EN 12697-10
EN 12697-30
Weight approx.: 3.3 kg

Ordering info

76-B0057
Standard compaction mould, 101.6 mm dia. (4”), including base plate, mould body and filling collar, conforming to ASTM and EN standards

Accessories

Accessories

76-B0060 
Paper discs, 101 mm dia. (4”). Fit the mould base before introducing the mixture. Pack of 1000.

76-B0057/B5
Extraction plate. For removing 101.6 mm (4”) specimens
 
Accessories EN 12697-30

76-B0042/1
Steel block 100 mm dia. 50 mm high. For the initial heating of the compaction hammer.

76-B0043/4 
Storage plate with six 100 mm dia. discs. To cool the specimens in air.
 
#universal-specimen-extruder#. For removing 101.6 and 152.4 mm (4” and 6”) specimens
 
Spare parts for 76-B0057 moulds

76-B0057/1 
Base plate

76-B0057/A2 
Mould body

76-B0057/A3 
Filling collar

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Elgin, Il 60124.
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