Telescopic inclinometric casing
Employed in landslides, excavations, embankments, diaphragms, piles, load tests etc.
Telescopic inclinometer casings in ABS and PVC are used as guide tubes for the IN910 inclinometer system and for the IN930 fixed depth inclinometer, which to control the movements of landslides, dams, embankments and structures in general.
Telescopic inclinometer casings are used where the tubes are subject to considerable axial displacement due to ground settling.
Thanks to the telescopic sleeve it is possible to manage the length of the pipe according to the need.
For a correct inclinometric measurement it is necessary to take the utmost care in positioning the tube and in gluing the sleeves between the pieces using the special glue supplied.
Once the assembly phase is complete, it is necessary to fill in the space between the hole and the pipe with a cement mixture or vibrated sand to make the pipe perfectly solid with the ground.
The upper end of the tube must be protected to avoid damage and allow further measurements ensuring the reliability of the measurement.