Asphalt analyzer ABA series
flue gasbenchtopsampling

asphalt analyzer
asphalt analyzer
asphalt analyzer
asphalt analyzer
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Characteristics

Measured entity
asphalt, flue gas
Configuration
benchtop
Other characteristics
sampling, calibration

Description

The ABA 7/35B is designed to measure the asphalt binder content of hot mix asphalt (HMA) using loss on ignition, in accordance with AASHTO T 308-10, ASTM D6307-10 & BSEN 12697-39:2012. The integral microprocessor controlled weighing and calculation system is configurable to allow variations to the standard asphalt binder test method. Test result reports are available in both printed and software format. The high temperature afterburner minimises the production of noxious waste fumes. The asphalt binder analyzer is supplied complete with 2 sets of sample baskets. Standard features General Simple to navigate 5.7" touchscreen control with secure Supervisor & Operator settings Avoids the health, environmental & waste management issues & expense associated with the older solvent extraction methods Best in class afterburner technology reduces emissions Has the capacity for large sample sizes for more accurate results (maximum sample is 4.5 kg) Average test times from 20 mins for 6 mm aggregates, to 45 mins for 40 mm aggregates Software Automatic calculation of final sample weight & binder % result Adjustable aggregate and hot mix asphalt correction factors Multi-lingual interface: English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Italian & Russian language display. Other languages are available to order Easy naming, storage & recall of recipes that can be transferred between ABA 7/35B units Precise weight measurements displayed to 0.1 g resolution

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