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Please note, the order volume has been updated to. This is due to package and minimum order quantities.
Our Hilti PS 250 Ferroscan Detection System is designed to find and estimate the size of rebar in concrete structures, and estimate the depth of concrete cover.
It’s a non-destructive way to carry out a structural inspection.
It can measure large areas and long lines of walls, which is particularly useful for scanning concrete slabs, bridges and tunnels.
You can easily see real time 2D and 3D results on the Ferroscan’s high-resolution color tablet.
You can also save scan data and export it later to a laptop or computer using our Hilti PROFIS Detection and Ferroscan Map Software - for further analysis, printing reports, archiving data and integrating scan data into other CAD software applications.
Our Hilti PS 250 Ferroscan Detection System is a non-destructive method to check what’s in structures before you drill, core, saw or cut. This helps to avoid hitting pipes, key metal structures or live wires.
Use the Imagescan mode to find the location and size of rebar and the depth of concrete cover up to 10cm – helping to asses load bearing capacity and prevent structural damage to steel reinforcement.
Blockscan provides an overview of the rebar layout over an area up to a maximum of 180cm x 180cm. Like Imagescan, it also finds the location and size of rebar and the depth of concrete cover.
Quickscan scans up to 30 meters in length in a single continuous pass, recording the depth of concrete cover over the uppermost reinforcement layer. This data is particularly useful for bridges and tunnels, where the minimum depth of concrete cover is critical and data is required for quality control documentation.
Contact your local Hilti team to request a free demonstration or find out more information. We’re happy to help onsite, online and on the phone.
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