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FPrimeC iPile

by FPrimeC
$7,000.00

Wireless Pile Integrity Testing

FPrimeC iPile is an innovative wireless pile integrity testing instrument for low strain testing of deep foundations and piles. iPile helps geotechnical engineers, non-destructive testing specialists, and piling contractors with an effective solution for quality control and quality assurance of piles.

iPile is the first and only integrated pile integrity testing solution for data recording, storage, analysis & reporting. iPile's mobile app is optimized for both iOS and Android ecosystems, therefore eliminating the need for traditional data loggers, and PC software.

Applications

iPile can be used to test cast-in-place concrete piles and drilled shafts. The device allows you to test for multiple flaws & unknown factors such as the length of piles, voids and defects in piles & changes in pile cross-sections.

iPile's 3 main applications are to:

    Evaluate Continuity of Piles

    Test Consistency of Pile Materials

    Evaluate Physical Dimensions

 

How iPile Works

iPile operates based on sonic-echo (also referred to as pulse-echo) method to evaluate integrity of deep foundations and piles. The testing process is completed in three simple steps.

 A hand-held hammer is used to strike the pile head.

 The echoes from pile toe and/or internal defects are collected using iPile sensor

 Test results are instantly visualized on Tablet, helping engineers with data processing.

Technical Specifications

 

Test Method Sonic-Echo
Display Any compatible Apple® iPad
Memory 32 GB (or more depending on the Apple iPad model)
Output Built-in PDF , CSV, Screen Snapshots (PNG)
Wireless Connectivity BLE 4.0
Acceleration Range ±50 g
Resonant Frequency > 31 kHz
Sampling Frequency 40 kHz
Sampling Resolution > 12bit
Battery Lithium Ion

Standards
ASTM D 5882 :  Standard Test Method for Low Strain Impact Integrity Testing of Deep Foundations
 ACI 228.2R-13 : Report on Nondestructive Test Methods for Evaluation of Concrete in Structures