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, assessing the service life of actual reinforced concrete elements is 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.
Proceq is now part of Screening Eagle Technologies.
Screening Eagle is a merger of Dreamlab, a Singapore-based software and robotics company and Proceq, a Swiss-based NDT company with a 65+ year heritage as a market leader in portable sensors. Together, we protect the built world with software, sensors and data.
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