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Rock Tensile Strength Test (Brazilian Test)

The Brazilian Test is a geotechnical laboratory test to measure the indirect tensile strength of rocks. Which, due to its simplicity and efficiency, is roughly the usual laboratory method used in rock geotechnical research.

In this method, a cylindrical sample of rock is placed along its circular cross-section under vertical loading. To do this, a cylindrical sample is placed on a special jaw (according to the diameter of the specimen) and then loaded with a force frame (usually a concrete breaker jack).

Standard:
ASTM D3967

  • Indirect _Tensile_Strength_11

Technical Specifications:

Ordering
Code
Description
Sample
Size
mm
Dimension
Cm
Weight
Approx.
Kg
Material

SMRO-1460

Rock tensile strength test jaw

Ø54

158×150×35

5.900

Iron-chromium plating

SMRO-1470

Rock tensile strength test jaw

Ø76

160×160×40

6.700

Iron-chromium plating

SMRO-1480

Rock tensile strength test jaw

Ø87

180×180×45

9.400

Iron-chromium plating

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