Windsor Probe System HP™ rapidly and accurately determines the concrete
compressive strength of a structure by driving a probe into the
concrete with a known amount of force. Improved and enhanced over
thirty years, this modern system is capable of measuring concrete with
a maximum compressive strength of 17,000 PSI (110MPA).
The V-Meter Mk IV™ is widely used and accepted for quality control and
inspection of concrete, ceramic, rock and wood. It can measure and
correlate concrete strength
to standard strength measurement, permitting non-destructive testing of
complete structures. It will identify honeycombs, voids, frozen
concrete, cracks and other nonhomogenous conditions in
concrete. It can locate area's of rot and decay in wood. It can also
locate cracks in ceramic and rockes. A wide range of transducers are
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