Lab is used for laboratory tests. Enter the measurements of lab tests done on aggregates, and calculate all results. Produce detailed reports for each lab test or summary reports for your projects.

  • Generalities and options for graphic presentation

Entry forms for results of various lab tests done on samples

All data is saved in corporate database

Data import from CSV and export to CSV

Graph for each test in the report

Display of one or multiple curves in the reports

Summary tables showing information linked to the samples or specific tables for a test showing laboratory measurements and calculations done by Geotec

Graphic presentation independent from data and can be reused for any project

  • Grain size and hydrometer analyses

Sieving method specified per test, with one, two or three sieve sets

Entry of individual or cumulative masses

Conformity of analysis with selected envelope curve

Calibration of 151H and 152H hydrometers

Composed correction or reference solution

Geotec calculates passing percentages, effective diameters, fineness module, Cu and Cc, materials proportions, USCS classification and grain size description

  • Additional analyses

Statistics for a series of curves

Correction to include percentages of cobbles and blocks

Correction for sieving at a specific diameter

Combination of grain size curves

  • Atterberg limits and natural water content

Enter masses to determine the natural water content and plastic limit

Enter masses and number of blows for the liquid limit via the Casagrande apparatus

Enter masses and penetration measurements (mm) for the liquid limit via the Swedish cone penetrometer

Average if several tests are done

Geotec calculates WN, LL, PL, IP, IL and USCS based on measurements

  • Proctor compaction test

Enter masses for the calculation of W and Density per point

Normalizing correction at 5 mm based on grain size or average stone contents

Correction of the optimum for stone percentage

Geotec calculates the optimum water content and the maximum dry density

  • Consolidation test

Enter void ratios and pressures

Enter permeability at several pressures

Geotec calculates the minimum, probable and maximum preconsolidation stress based on 2 methods

Geotec calculates Cc, Ccr and Ck