Service life and durability assessment of reinforced concrete structures
The construction industry is rapidly moving towards performance based specifications for concrete durability of new structures; at the same time the assessing of service life of actual reinforced concrete elements is being a subject of increasing concern in the industry. Half-cell potential, concrete resistivity and concrete cover air permeability are the main and most widely accepted indicators of likelihood of corrosion and estimated durability of a concrete structure.
Proceq’s Profometer Corrosion, Resipod and Torrent instruments are designed and manufactured to assess the durability of concrete structures by measuring corrosion potential, concrete resistivity and permeability.
Advanced half-cell measuring instrument for on-site mapping of the corrosion potential. Dedicated software for assisted measurements with rod and wheel electrodes. Statistical software for immediate data interpretation.
Profometer Link Reporting software for data analysis, combined data evaluation and reporting on any third party software
7” color rugged touchscreen unit (800 x 480 pixels) with dual core processor
Internal 8 GB flash memory
USB host / device and Ethernet
-999 to +999 mV
In addition to the basic rod electrode, the use of Proceq’s unique one and four wheel electrodes enable the highest on site productivity on large areas