Mining & Civil Integrity Testing
MCIT provide independent ground support quality control and quality assurance solutions for the mining industry. With a strong focus on quality data and ongoing research and development the company aims to improve the standard and options available.
They offer a range of ground support testing services including cable bolt non-destructive testing, bolt pull testing, corrosion assessment of split sets and assistance with ground support trials.
CABLE BOLT NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING
Using internationally sourced non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment MCIT can measure the cable length, as well identify defects (voids) in the grout column of cable bolts. This unique data is of value for installation QAQC or an assessment of bolt damage following a large seismic event.
BOLT PULL TESTING
In addition to offering the capability to pull test most commercially available rock bolts MCIT has solutions for the non-standard jobs such as pull testing degraded solid bolts, or split sets without pull rings. We are also developing pull test equipment that will provide the full load-displacement data for the pull test, ensuring you get all the quality data you require.
CORROSION ASSESSMENT OF SPLIT SETS
Understanding how degraded your split sets are from corrosion is essential when determining if rehabilitation is required. MCIT has several options that can assist in collecting the necessary data.
GROUND SUPPORT TRIALS
Need to complete an independent trial of your ground support? Whether you want to get a better understanding of the performance of your existing ground support or if you want to test your own design. MCIT can assist.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
To continue to provide the necessary ground support QAQC tools that the mining industry is asking for, MCIT have a pipeline of research and development projects.
- Non-destructive testing for resin encapsulated solid bolts - overmixing, under mixing and poor encapsulation.
- Non-destructive testing of corroded friction bolts (split sets) to provide a measurement of remaining metal thickness
along its entire length.
- Pull testing of split sets that have not been installed with a pull ring.