|35-2310||Automated Pull-Off Tester||info »|
|35-2310/19||Battery pack complete||info »|
|35-2310/11||Test disc aluminium Ø 50mm/M10, set of 10||info »|
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|35-2310/13||Test disc aluminium 50x50mm/M10, set of 10||info »|
|35-2310/14||Test disc aluminium 40x40mm/M10, set of 10||info »|
|35-2310/15||Test disc aluminium Ø 100mm/M10, set of 3||info »|
|35-2310/16||Test disc aluminium 100x100mm/M10, set of 3||info »|
|35-2310/17||Test disc aluminium Ø 75mm/M10, set of 5||info »|
|35-2310/10||Test disc steel Ø 50mm/M10, set of 10||info »|
|35-2310/18||Adaptor plate for large test discs||info »|
|35-2310/20||Fixing kit for vertical and overhead surfaces||info »|
Surface hardness is used to measure the resistance of concrete to impact or penetration. From the measurements it is possible to obtain an estimation of the concrete strength and quality.
The method is based on the principle that the rebound of an elastic mass depends on the hardness of the surface which it strikes. The test is fast and is unlikely to cause damage to the concrete.
|35-1480||Standard Concrete Test Hammer||info »|
|35-1500/10||SilverSchmidt Anvil||info »|
|35-1500||Advanced Concrete Test Hammer - SilverSchmidt||info »|
|35-1530||Testing Anvil||info »|
The basic principle of this method of testing is that the velocity of an ultrasonic pulse through concrete is related to its density and elastic properties. Some care is necessary when testing, but an experienced operator may obtain a considerable amount of information about a concrete member. The advantage of this method is that the pulse passes through the complete thickness of the concrete so that the significant defects can be detected.