Ultrasonic testing for concrete- Pundit family
Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity (UPV) testing of concrete
Assessment of structural integrity and localization of defects and voids in concrete and rock through ultrasonic testing
Structural defects cause serious damages and collapses. 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. The ultrasonic pulse echo (UPE) technology extends ultrasonic pulse velocity (UPV) applications to objects where access is restricted to a single side. Proceq Pundit offers the most versatile range of ultrasonic testing instruments that are ergonomic and portable.
Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity (UPV) testing of concrete is based on the pulse velocity method to provide information on the uniformity of concrete, cavities, cracks and defects.
Along with the traditional transit time and pulse velocity measurement, PROCEQ's ultrasonic concrete testing equipment offers path length measurement, perpendicular crack depth measurement and surface velocity measurement.