Non-Destructive Testing of Hardened Concrete, Concrete
Fresh and Hardened Concrete Testing, Non-Destructive Testing of Hardened Concrete
Pull-off testing, Pull-off testing
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.
Maximum pulling force of 16 kN (3597 lbf)
Mid-range instrument suitable for most pull-off testing applications.
Calibration accuracy EN ISO 7500-1 Class 1.
Comprehensive range of test discs plus adjustable foot configuration to cover a wide range of applications.
Simple programming of key parameters and fully automated test.
Applications for the 35-2310 pull-off tester include: adhesive strength of mortars and renders, adhesive strength of asphalt, adhesive strength of tiles, bond strength of coatings and overlays, bond strength of repair and materials such as FRP, tensile strength in concrete renovation.
Complies to EN ISO 4624, EN 1015-12, EN 1542, EN 1348, EN 13963, EN 14496, ASTM D4541, ASTM C1583, ASTM D7234, ASTM D7522