The Cone Penetration Test (CPT) is used for in-situ geotechnical characterisation of ground. It involves the measurement of the resistance of ground to steady and continuous penetration of a cone penetrometer with an angle of 60° and equipped with internal sensors. The measurements comprise penetration depth, cone resistance, sleeve friction and, optionally, pore pressure and inclination from vertical. These measurements permit interpretation of ground conditions.
We have two CPT systems available for carrying out CPTs.
On the leaflets page you can find leaflets with more information abour our units and equipment.
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