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Keynetix expands its laboratory software package

British Standard and ASTM Standard compliant test definitions, laboratory worksheets and reports are now available as standard in Keynetix’s Keylab software package for geotechnical laboratories.

Keynetix has said that addition of the definitions and new worksheets and reports means that new users of the software can gain efficiencies much quicker than with previous versions.

“The out-of-the-box value of Keylab has increased significantly with this work and many users are now adopting the system with the standard sheets and only need to modify them with their company logos and details,” says Keynetix managing director Roger Chandler.

Keynetix’s European standards specialist Peter Keeton adds: “We will have the final tests available over the next two months and by the end of April should have most of the standard BS, ASTM and Rock testing covered, as well as our previously announced enhancements for concrete cube, cylinder and core testing.”

Keeton, who joined Keynetix 18 months ago, played a key role in the new developments in Keylab and is also now helping small and medium laboratories to use the software and gain accreditation through Keynetix’s auditing and training service.

Trial versions of the software are available from the company.

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