Experimental Method: Load the KEESSON Container Unit into the laboratory and wash it with 360-degree uninterrupted water flow for 24 hours. After the experiment, enter the container to check the water seepage.
Experimental results: KEESSON Container has good airtightness and good waterproof effect
Experimental Method: KEESSON Container Unit advances the laboratory horizontally, shoots steel nails 2 meters above the roof, and continuously adjusts the speed of the injection steel nails. When the speed is adjusted to allow the roof to be penetrated, the quality of the steel nails is used to calculate when the nails are in contact with the roof. The force situation.
Experimental results: KEESSON Container has good penetration resistance and is suitable for environments with complex conditions such as construction sites.
Experimental Method: The KEESSON Container Unit advances the laboratory horizontally, using the entire roof as the stress surface, and gradually applying pressure directly above it, knowing that the product has collapsed.
Experimental results: When the applied pressure reaches 2.3 T, the KEESSON Container begins to collapse slightly by 1-2mm.
Experimental Method: The KEESSON Container Unit is pushed into the laboratory horizontally, and units of the same size are placed one by one on the top until there is a collapse.
Experimental results: When the KEESSON Container reaches 6 floors, it collapses slightly. (Taking into account the environment, foundation and other influencing factors, it is recommended that the actual building has 2-3 floors)
5. Side Push Test
Experimental Method: KEESSON Container Unit advances the laboratory horizontally, applying vertical force from the side as a whole until the product collapses
Experimental results: KEESSON Container When the lateral pushing pressure reaches 0.2MPA, the side begins to collapse.