Creating test reports is a major concern for all laboratories. This software provide a great solution for this major concern by providing a very user friendly and rich user interface for recording the various test results and there by generating the reports out of it.The software also provides a report designer which gives the user the ability to design various templates and use according to the needs.
Application Work Flow
The starting point for recording the tests is Job Registration. There are two types of Jobs in the system: Soil and Concrete. Both Job registration forms collect basic information on the test material provided by the clients and support registering more than one report (tests) against each sample. Once a job is registered the Job order is ready to accept result entry under relevant tests. Reporting options also are made available once the results are entered.
The system uses the concept of registering a job for the tests to be conducted. When a user brings a material for testing a new job order is created defining the various tests to be done on the material. The software provides the option for registering multiple tests in a single job order. Based on the nature of the material job orders are classified in to two
Sample UI-Job Order Registration
Sample UI- Report
Sample UI- Report Designer
Advantages of the system
Reduces data entry for Customers, contractors and a lot of prefilled information related with tests.
Accurate reports as per industry standards.
Custom report designer with template feature.
User Access control and Audit features.
Database backup restore option.
Extendible architecture to support more Tests and reports.
Audit Related Features
Detailed logging of all the actions in the system
Report locking to prevent reprinting of reports
Tests Available in Lab Software
Aggregate Crushing Value
Binder Content And Particle Size Distribution
California Bearing Ratio (C.B.R)
Concrete Core Compressive Strength
Concrete Cube Compressive Strength
Compressive Strength of Hollow Block
Compressive Strength of Paving Block
Dry Density / Moisture Content Relationship
In-situ Dry Density By Nuclear Gauge
Particle Size Distribution for Soil
Particle Size Distribution for aggregate
Particle Size Distribution
Ten Percent Fines Value
The Los Angeles Abrasion
The Particle Density And Water Absorption
The Particle Densities of Filler