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Call (07) 4095 4734

To discuss your requirements

Earth Test is a NATA accredited laboratory

 

Mobile Drilling

Our mobile rig can drill to depths over 10m for:
Geotechnical investigations • Water Monitoring
Contamination Testing • Electrical Earthing

Project quality control

On-site concrete testing is one of
the many tests we can perform
to ensure the quality of your
important project

Concrete Sample Testing

Concrete samples are cured
in a temperature controlled tank
before undergoing compressive
strength testing.

On-site Testing

Samples of fresh concrete
are tested for "Consistence"
before cylinders are cast.

Soil Testing

Compaction control testing
is important for house sites
as well as roads and
commercial developments

Quality outcomes through independent testing & design

Being completely independent, Earth Test can conduct testing and evaluate a range of solutions for your project. With more than 30 years of experience in the region, our Earth Test team have extensive experience with local conditions.

We specialise in house site investigation and wastewater design. We added a geotechnical drilling rig and now offer a full range of tests for soils, aggregates and concrete.  Our team will design a wastewater treatment system that meets all council requirements and the owners needs without unnecessary expense.

Wastewater system design

Design for Wastewater

Earth Test provides an independant waste water design service to ensure you get an apropriate treatment solution - at a reasonable price.
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Concrete testing

Concrete testing

Concrete testing ensures that the concrete batch you order matches the quality control requirements of your project.
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Drill rig

Drilling

Our compact drilling unit enables us to conduct a range of tests including soil, water and contamination testing to a depth of 10m.
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Site classification

Building a house?

We can help you with a foundation evaluation (Site Classification) and the design of an appropriate Wastewater System.
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