2017 ACI Spring 017 Concrete Convention and Exposition

James Instruments Inc. attends 2017 ACI Spring 017 Concrete Convention and Exposition.

James Instruments Inc exhibits at the leading international commercial construction trade show for the construction industry, from March 25th to 29th 2017.

Chicago, Il USA March 28, 2017. James Instruments Inc. manufacturer of the world's most advanced Non Destructive Test Equipment for construction materials exhibited at the American Concrete Institutes 2017 Spring Convention March 25th to the 29th, 2017. This is the 2017 year the company has exhibited at the ACI Convention. The company has found the show an exciting place to meet with customers, present the latest technology and learn about the latest developments in the industry.

Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development and distribution of consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design, construction, and materials, who share a commitment to pursuing the best use of concrete. ACI has over 95 Chapters, 110 student chapters, and nearly 20,000 members spanning over 120 countries.

This show represents a significant chance for our customers to try the equipment and to provide us with feedback on what they are looking for. On display were;

Windsor Probe Test System: A Non Destructive Test System for Concrete Compressive Strength in the field. Safe, Quick, and Simple to use it is the most effective method of Concrete Compressive Strength Testing on Site. The System performs equally well on standard and high performance concrete. Conforms to ASTM C-805 and other International Standards.

Windsor Pin Test System: A unique instrument for measuring the strength of new or existing concrete, mortar and other construction materials in the field utilizing the established principle of resistance to penetration. A unique chuck allows testing of mortar joints compressive strength in the field. Conforms to ASTM C-803.

James Bond Test System Measures the Bonding Strength between two layers of existing materials, determine the adhesion strength of shotcrete, epoxies, paint and other repair materials or coatings. Includes 10 - 2" Discs & 10 - 3" Discs for testing.

Rebarscope Built for the professional this is the most Advanced System for finding the location, depth, and size of reinforcement bar, post tension cables, copper and conduit w/ Cover mapping feature, Storage, and upload to PC!

Mini R-Meter Ruggedized for tough field use, this economical hand held unit is used for finding the location, estimates either depth, or size of reinforced rebar, post tension cables, copper and conduit!

V-Meter MK III: The most advanced System for Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity in Concrete, Wood, Ceramic and other Coarse grained and Construction Materials. This test method rapidly and easily allows you to locate cracks, voids, rot and other areas of inhomogeneity in the material under test. Complete System includes transducers, instrumentation unit, cables and software for PC, Conforms to ASTM C - 597 and other standards.

Trident :A Microwave Meter Used for the Rapid Determination of Moisture Content in Sand and Other Fine or Coarse Aggregates. It is fast and easy to use as well as completely portable.

James Instruments Inc. had a staff of two to greet customers and meet with the industry. Michael W. Hoag, President and Nestor Chonillo, Vice President were available to answer customer questions. We want to thank all the customers we met at this event and look forward to implementing the feedback we been given.says Michael Hoag, President of James Instruments Inc.

James Instruments specializes in Non-Destructive testing equipment for concrete and other construction materials. Central to the improvement of the concrete infrastructure are tools that evaluate the condition of existing construction. Destructive and non-destructive testing (NDT) techniques are applied. Destructive tests can provide direct information, but are relatively expensive, time-consuming and cause damage to the structure. Destructive test results often cannot be evaluated using statistical approaches because the number of locations in the structure that can be tested without damage to the structure is limited. On the other hand, NDT techniques are relatively inexpensive to apply, and they can detect, localize, and characterize flaws and damage in concrete structures without leaving any undesirable discontinuities or causing damage to concrete members.

James Instruments Inc. is the leading manufacturer of non-destructive test equipment for construction materials, specifically concrete, ceramic, wood and other coarse grained materials. We supply the instruments that measure and analyze strength, structure, corrosion and moisture in concrete and other construction materials. And more. James Instruments -- rugged, quality equipment for field use -- backed by factory service and an ongoing program of research and development.

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