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Pine G1 Data Files – Content, Capacity, Naming, Type

“The DOT now requires that we print the compaction data directly from the gyro.  We use a G1.  Can you help me?” Yes, we can help you. We provide an explanation of related topics for a Pine G1 Superpave gyratory compactor in a 3-part blog series. This first article discusses the basics—the data collected, G1…

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Printing Pine GB1 Data – Height per Gyration

“I need to get the data off of my GB1 gyratory compactor.  Can you help me?” Of course we can help you. We cover a collection of related topics for the Pine GB1 Superpave gyratory compactor in a series of blogs. The first article published covers the basics of GB1 data files—storage, types, naming convention,…

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Saving Pine GB1 Data to a USB Stick

“I need to get the data off of my GB1 gyratory compactor.  Can you help me?” Of course we can help you. We cover a collection of related topics for the Pine GB1 Superpave gyratory compactor in a series of blogs. The first article cover the basics of GB1 data files—storage, types, naming convention, and…

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Pine GB1 Data Files – Store, Types, Names & View

“I need to get the data off of my GB1 gyratory compactor.  Can you help me?” Of course we can help you. We cover a collection of related topics on the Pine GB1 Superpave gyratory compactor in a series of blogs. This article covers the basics of Pine GB1 data files—storage, types, naming convention, and…

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Saving Pine G2 Data from Specimen Compaction

“I need the data off of my G2 gyratory compactor.  Can you help me understand what data is saved and how it can be retrieved?” Of course we can help you. We provide a complete explanation on how the Pine G2 Superpave gyratory compactor handles data over a 3-part series of blog posts. The first…

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Printing Pine G2 Data from Specimen Compaction

“I need the data off of my G2 gyratory compactor.  Can you help me understand what data is saved and how it can be retrieved?” Of course we can help you. We provide a complete explanation over a 3-part series of blog posts on how the Pine G2 Superpave gyratory compactor handles data. The first…

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Pine G2 Data Files – Storage, Naming & Formatting

“I need the data off of my G2 gyratory compactor.  Can you help me understand what data is saved and how it can be retrieved?” Of course we can help you. We provide an explanation over a 3-part series of blog posts on how the Pine G2 Superpave gyratory compactor handles data. This article presents…

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Marshall Compactor Counter Replacement

“My Pine Marshall Compactor is old, real old, but it still works.  Except for the counter that is.  It doesn’t work right any more.  Can this be fixed?” Yes, of course it can be fixed.  Pine prides itself in supporting our equipment for the long haul.  We sell a digital Marshall Compactor Counter Replacement for…

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Low Density of Compacted Specimens

“The density of my compacted specimens are low.  What causes this problem?” A Potential Solution Check the specimen diameter setting on your machine if you are using a Pine AFGC125X, AFG1, or an AFG2.    The AFGC125X can be set at 150 mm or 100 mm.  The AFG1 and the AFG2 allow for 150 mm, 100…

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