Rebound Hammer

The Proceq rebound hammer is a device to measure the elastic properties or strength of concrete or rock. Each rebound hammer is built for a different purpose in order to meet the specific needs of the customer.

Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity

Ultrasonic testing provides information on the strength and uniformity of concrete, rock, composites, ceramics, wood, epoxy, refractory materials and can be used to detect and localize voids, honeycombs, delaminations, pipes, cracks and defects. Proceq Pundit offers the most versatile range of ultrasonic testing instruments that are ergonomic and portable.

Rebar Detection

Rebar location is a central activity for anyone involved in on-site testing of reinforced structures. Locating rebars is a necessity when drilling, cutting coring as well as a preliminary operation required for most other non-destructive investigations. Other typical applications include conformity check of new buildings, investigations on unknown structures and corrosion analysis.

Moisture and Corrosion Analysis

Early diagnosis of seemingly healthy concrete cover and reinforcement status allows pre-emptive corrosion control measures to reduce unwanted risks to structural safety and people.

Permeability Analysis

The permeability of concrete at the surface is a major factor in determining the durability of concrete structures. A reliable permeability test of the concrete cover is therefore crucial - not only in the laboratory but also at the building site.

Pull-Off Testers

The quality of concrete repairs is determined by the adhesive strength between the repair material and the substrate. Pull-off testing is the most widely used test method to assess bond strength. The Proceq DY-2 family of automated pull-off testers covers the complete range of pull-off applications with unmatched ease of operation and the ability to store a complete record of the test.