Materials Testing

Scanner Extension for Cover Measurements in Concrete

An increasing number of clients are calling on contractors to carry out cover measurements in concrete for reinforced concrete elements and engineering structures. At the same time, clients too are increasingly executing cover measurements in concrete for self-control purposes. At present, most of these measurements are performed manually. Such measures can often only be undertaken with the aid of working platforms or scaffolding particularly when great heights are concerned.

The Bewehrungsnachweis & -analyse Company from Augustusburg/Saxony in Germany has specialized particularly in this field...

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