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November 19, 2017

Check Out Olson's New

FTG

Affordable Foundation Test Gauge

 

NDT System Add-On — Impact Echo Scanning

USA Sales: 303.423.1212          International Sales: Click here for Agents

Impact Echo Scanner

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Base Model:
IES [Impact Echo Scanner]

*Sold to US Government Agencies & Universities, as well as approved International sales. For consulting services using the IES method, call 303.423.1212 for details.


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Scroll down for a list of Key Features and Models for the Impact Echo Scanner.

Save money! Contact Olson Instruments when adding on to an existing system, or purchasing multiple systems as some of the components are common to other test methods.

 

*Impact Echo Scanning (IES) investigations are performed on large structural members with smooth concrete where shallow voids, honeycomb, cracking or delaminations are of primary concern.


The Impact Echo Scanning (IES) system is designed for large area investigations of shallow voids, debonding/delamination, cracking, or honeycomb often found between an overlay on a bridge deck or surrounding dense rebar mats. IES is commonly used in locating post-tensioning (PT) cables used in reinforcing various structures and determining duct grout condition. The scanning technology allows tracing of the PT cables through slabs and beams. An advantage of the IES method is that only one side of the structure needs to be accessible for testing.

The IES Method is based on the Olson Engineering patented technology of a rolling transducer and automated impactor for near-continuous Impact Echo based thickness and flaw scanning of structural concrete and pavements. Performed at slow walking speeds, test results are obtained every inch (25 mm) in a line and multiple lines can be combined for 2-D to 3-D displays of concrete thickness and locations of internal void, honeycomb, cracking, delamination, etc. The scanning method is capable of determining bottom echo thicknesses up to ~ 40 inches (1 m).

Freedom Data PC or NDE 360 Platform
Required, Sold Separately
Freedom Data PC
NDE 360
 

Training


Hands-on training is available for all of our Nondestructive Testing Methods at our Wheat Ridge, Colorado (USA) location, which is a suburb located appromately 15 minutes northwest of downtown Denver. Training may be available at your location by one of our agents upon special arrangement.

For complete details about the Impact Echo Scanning Systems available as an add-on test with the Freedom Data PC or NDE 360 platforms, call toll free 1-888-423-1214 or email:

details@olsoninstruments.com

 
 

Applicable On:

  • Beams
  • Bridge Decks
  • Columns
  • Dams
  • Pavements
  • Pipes
  • Post-Tensioned Ducts
  • Runways
  • Slabs
  • Tunnels
  • Walls
 
 

Test For:

  • Cracks
  • Delaminations
  • Honeycomb
  • Thickness
  • Voids
 

Meets ASTM:

  • ASTM C1383-04

Meets ACI:

  • N/A





 


 
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