The Pundit 200 is ideal for concrete properties analysis using ultrasound pulse velocity.
Best-in-class Ultrasonic testing instrument providing superior features for on-site testing.
Correlation of compressive strength of concrete and rocks / Correlation to the modulus of elasticity of rocks / Mapping homogeneity of concrete / Concrete strength estimation using the SONREB method / Quality assessment
Diverse - In addition to the standard pulse velocity measurement, various measurement modes including surface velocity measurement, Line Scan, Area Scan, Data Logging, compressive strength correlations, SONREB, and E-modulus measurement.
Automation - The area scan grid can be freely defined by the user and the colour coded results can display either pulse velocity or depth variations on the structure to quickly identify areas of concern.
Versatility - Provides the unique capability to use the same display device for both classical pulse velocity testing and pulse-echo testing.
Sensor - Tech Specs
|20 to 500 kHz|
|Ultrasonic pulse velocity|
|±100 to ±450 V (UPV)|
|1 to 10’000x (0 to 80 dB)|
Nominal Transducer Frequency
|24 – 500 kHz|
Number of Channels
|PL-Link for analysis and export data to third party applications|
|Display||7” color rugged touchscreen unit (800 x 480 pixels) with a dual-core processor|
|Memory||>Internal 8 GB flash memory|
|USB host/device and Ethernet|
| Pulse velocity|
Compressive strength correlation
|Up to 15 m depending on concrete quality|
|Zoom and scroll for precise A-Scan inspection|
Onboard storage and review of waveforms
Settings directly accessible on measuring screen
The dual cursor for manual A-Scan evaluation
Separate cursor to measure signal amplitude
Automatic and manual triggering and user-adjustable trigger threshold
A-Scan update rate up to 25 Hz
|Available Proceq transducers: 54 kHz, 150 kHz, 250 kHz, 54 kHz Exponential, 500 kHz, and 250 kHz Shear Wave|
Connect third party transducers up to 24 kHz, 54 kHz, 150 kHz, 250 kHz, 54 kHz Exponential, 500 kHz, and 40 kHz shear wave dry point contact