A compact, hand-held, light weight instrument for measuring the ultrasonic pulse velocity (UPV) on the concrete surface.
The MIRA 3D is the advanced version of the well-known, state-of-the-art, MIRA Ultrasound Tomographer for depth measurements and flaws detection in elements of concrete structures. It incorporates the Full-Matrix-Capture (FMC) data collection technique and Total Focusing Method (TFM) processing algorithm to compute the data acquired and directly reconstruct 3D images of the reflecting interfaces within the volume of the object below the antenna at each test position.
Portable system for on-site or lab evaluation of water permeation of the skin-concrete or other materials alike.
For measuring corrosion rates, half-cell potentials and electrical resistance for corrosion evaluation in concrete reinforced structures.
Easy to use maturity readers for newly cast concrete.
Liquid indicators to determine the depth of carbonation in samples of field concrete by means of its pH.
Portable mini-microscope for accurate measurement of the width of surface opening cracks as well as measurement of the depth of surface holes or irregularities.
The CAPO-TEST system is used to obtain a reliable estimate of the on-site compressive strength of concrete on existing structures in accordance with the pullout test method described in ASTM C900, BS 1881:207, or EN 12504-3.
Portable hand-held instrument that can be used for ultrasonic pulse velocity measurements and, as a pulse-echo tester, for flaw detection and thickness measurements.
The LOK-TEST system is used to obtain a reliable measurement of the in-place compressive strength of concrete in newly cast structures in accordance with the pullout test method described in ASTM C900, BS 1881:207, or EN 12504-3