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Ring and ball test apparatus for Softening Point of

Aug 16, 2019· The softening point of Bituminous material is the temperature at which the material attains a particular degree of softening. As per IS: 334-1982, it is the temperature (in ⁰C ) at which a standard ball passes through a sample of bitumen in

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Softening Point Ring and Ball Apparatus Gilson Co.

LP-16 Softening Point Ring and Ball Apparatus determine the softening point of asphalt, coal tar pitch and other viscoelastic bitumens in the range of 30°—157°C (86°—315°F). The unit simultaneously tests two samples for optimal compliance with standard test procedures. Steel balls are placed on top of bitumen specimen disks in test rings

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Softening point test of bitumen- Step by Step Procedure

The Softening point test of bitumen sample is carried out in the Ring and Ball test apparatus. Apparatus required. 1) Brass ring & Steel ball. It consist of a metal frame having three plate and hole at the top of the plate for insertion of thermometer to measure temperature. The middle plate has two large hole for placing of ring ball

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Softening Point Test Of Bitumen » Introduction, Apparatus

Jan 16, 2020· Softening point is defined as the temperature at which bitumen softens beyond some arbitrary softness i.e. bitumen softens and sags down about 25mm below the weight of steel ball. Apparatus Required: a. A brass shouldered ring. b. A steel ball. c. Ball centring guide. d. Ring holder. e. Brass pouring plate. f. Water bath and thermometers

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Ring-Ball Test for Softening Point of Bitumen, Asphalt and

Uses of Softening Point. The determination of softening point helps to know the temperature up to which a bituminous binder should be heated for various road use applications. Softening point is determined by ring and ball apparatus. Apparatus for Softening Point Test. 1. The ring and ball apparatus

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Standard Test Method for Softening Point of Bitumen

Softening Point of Bitumen (Ring-and-Ball Apparatus)1 This standard is issued under the fixed designation D 36; the number immediately following the designation indicates the year of original adoption or, in the case of revision, the year of last revision. A number in parentheses indicates the year of last reapproval. A superscript

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Softening Point Test Of Bitumen » Introduction, Apparatus

Softening point is defined as the temperature at which bitumen softens beyond some arbitrary softness i.e. bitumen softens and sags down about 25mm below the weight of steel ball. Apparatus Required: a. A brass shouldered ring. b. A steel ball. c. Ball centring guide. d. Ring holder. e. Brass pouring plate. f. Water bath and thermometers

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Softening Point of Bituminous Materials L & T Learning

The softening point is determined by the ring and ball apparatus. According to IS: 334-1982, it is the temperature (in Celsius) at which a standard ball passes through a sample of bitumen in a mold heated underwater or glycerin at specified conditions of test and falls through a height of 25 mm.

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Automatic Softening Point Apparatus ( Automatic Ring and

Automatic softening point machine is used to determine the softening point of the bitumen which is designed. for EN 1427, ASTM D36, AASHTO T53. The machine can save temperature for each bitumen sample separately even the diff erence between two samples.

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Exp 12 Softening Point of Bitumen Civil Engineers PK

EXPERIMENT NO. 12 SOFTENING POINT OF BITUMEN (RING-AND-BALL APPARATUS). [ASTM Designation: D 36-76, AASHTO Designation: T 53-89]SOFTENING POINT: Softening Point of Bitumen. The softening point is defined as the mean of the temperatures at which the bitumen disks soften and sag downwards a distance of 25 mm under the weight of a steel ball.

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Softening Point Apparatus, Asphalt Testing

Softening Point Test, continued. Because the softening point is needed to establish the uniformity of shipments or sources of supply, it is frequently used to classifying bitumens. One of the most common ways to determine an asphalt’s softening point is through the use of a ring-and-ball apparatus.

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Bitumen Testing Apparatus Bitumen Penetration Test

Ring & Ball (Softening Point) Test Apparatus is used for determination of softening point of bituminous materials. Softening point is that temperature at which the specimen under test becomes soft enough to allow a steel ball of specific dimensions to fall a required distance under test conditions.

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EIE Instruments Softening point apparatus ASTM D36

May 03, 2019· Softening point apparatus

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Standard ring and ball apparatus, Bitumen testing

81-B0145/C1 Hot plate with centering/protection device for 81-B0145 Ring and Ball apparatus. More professional solution. 81-B0145/D Hot plate with magnetic stirrer, conforming either to ASTM or to EN 1427 Standards which require the water stirring for more temperature uniformity.

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Automatic Softening Point Apparatus

Determines the Softening Point of Bitumen in the range from 30 to 157°C (86 to 315°F) using the ring and ball apparatus immersed in distilled water (30 to 80°C), USP glycerine (above 80 to 157°C), or ethylene glycol (30 to 110°C).

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What Is Softening Point Ring-Ball Test for Softening

The apparatus is assembled with the rings, the appropriate thermometer, and ball guides in position, and the bath is filled to a height of 50 mm above the upper surface of the rings, as show above figure, with freshly boiled distilled water at a temperature of 5 °C when the softening point is below 80 °C, the water temperature being

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Standard Test Method for Softening Point of Bitumen (Ring

1.1 This test method covers the determination of the softening point of bitumen in the range from 30 to 157 °C [86 to 315 °F] using the ring-and-ball apparatus immersed in distilled water [30 to 80 °C] or USP glycerin (above 80 to 157 °C).

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Ring and Ball Apparatus, Ring And Ball Softening Point

The softening point is the temperature at which the bitumen disks soften and sag downward a specified distance. Softening Point Apparatus. Conforms to ASTM D36 and related specifications Consists of 800mL beaker, 2 standard balls, shouldered rings, ball centring guides, ring holder, bottom plate and beaker cover with support rods.

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