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Toppling gravestones are not only annoying, they can endanger people's lives and health. In order to prevent damage, regular stability checks must be carried out and documented. For correct and verifiable completion, every standing gravestone from a height of 50 cm must be subjected to a force of 300 Newtons on its upper edge at least once a year. If a grave stele withstands this force, its stability is in accordance with the TA gravestone given, if not, the gravestone is to be marked with at least a warning and the people who use the gravesite are to be asked to ensure that the stability is restored. The cemetery operator thus fulfills his duty of care and is protected from claims for damages and claims for compensation for pain and suffering as a result of toppled gravestones.
The routine tests can be carried out with the "Basic Version" Kipp-Tester with the preset test force of 300 Newton. For many years, this robust and compact testing device has been providing reliable services to cemetery operators, stonemasonry companies, cemetery gardeners and service providers who carry out the annual inspection and documentation of the stability of standing gravestones on behalf of the respective cemetery administration - more than 5,000 devices sold are in use worldwide and bear witness to this the high quality of this solid measuring tool, on which we also grant a 5-year guarantee. The test force only has to be 500 Newtons once in special cases, such as the initial inspection of newly erected grave steles.
The desired test force of the Kipp-Tester can be changed - so the Kipp-Tester is by no means a bad buy! However, because the test force has to be demonstrably set correctly and then calibrated, this can only be done by our service, e.g. as part of device maintenance. Setting the test force to 300 Newton is recommended for the vast majority of the stability tests – namely the annual routine tests. The force measuring device is available as an option for the "Basic Version" Kipp-Tester, which acoustically signals that the test force has been reached Device with a slave pointer: The current and the maximum test force are displayed optically. Like a tripod, the so-called handling aid makes work much easier. For "shaky candidates" there are bright yellow warning stickers in packs of 100, 200, or 500 pieces. However, if you have to carry out a lot of stability tests, you should buy the "PROFI-SET" Kipp-Tester, right away: In addition to the force measuring device and the handling aid, this service package already includes 100 warning stickers and free maintenance/calibration within 12 months the acquisition. If you have any questions about the Kipp-Tester simply send us the INQUIRY form.