Avantech Engineering Consortium Pvt. Ltd.
Concrete quality control and inspection utilize the 58-E4800 UPV tester.
This device monitors the passage duration of ultrasonic pulses through concrete to evaluate new and existing buildings, slabs, columns, walls, fire-damaged sections, precast and prestressed beams, cylinders, and other concrete forms.
Honeycombs, voids, fractures, and other non-homogeneous features in concrete may be detected when used in conjunction with an oscilloscope.
This lightweight hand-held instrument has a microprocessor integrated with two 54 kHz transducers (sender and receiver), a calibration rod, a coupling agent measuring 250 mm in length, an instruction manual, and a carrying bag. Low and high-frequency transducers may both be utilized with the meter, though. See also: Costumes and accouterments.
We are dedicated to the needs of our clients.
We collaborate closely with our clients to fully grasp their specific needs. This aids in the development and delivery of specialized testing solutions that provide the most accurate and dependable testing results possible. We supply Utrasonic P&S velocity testing apparatus & tools at the best price in India
Delivered Locally, but with Global Reach.
Support is always only a phone call away, thanks to our knowledgeable and committed product professionals. If you need technical support, pre-and post-sales assistance, or training, we can help you get the most out of your investment, no matter where you are on the globe.
A Method That Is Open to Change.
Having a worldwide reach means we can help you with everything you need, from simple product guidance and providing components and consumable items for small laboratories to managing complicated projects for major enterprises or governmental agencies.
For us, the people and the customers are most important. We hold ourselves to a high degree of ethics in all we do. All of our efforts are guided by this fundamental perspective, which permeates our whole company.
The Exchange of Information and Expertise.
When it comes to creating new testing equipment, we like sharing what we’ve learned. We often produce blog posts, work with specialist journals, and deliver email news updates about the newest industry trends to our client community.