Engineer is using a Tooke gauge to measure coating/paint thickness.

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Today's testing equipment is sophisticated and portable allowing many field tests such as locating metallic objects in concrete, assessing the corrosion status of reinforcing steel, and identifying inherent defects in concrete. These tests aid in the engineering evaluation of structural damage. Most are non-destructive. All are focused on occupant safety.

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
This compact and non-destructive testing machine is capable of locating reinforcements and post-tension cables, identifying concrete defects, and assessing concrete damage.
Corrosion Testing
CANIN Data Logger: to determine spatial mapping of corrosion in the reinforcement bars of concrete elements

Ivium Pocket Potentiostat/Galvanostat: to take corrosion rate measurements (severity and aggressiveness of corrosion process) within concrete structures

iCor: to determine the corrosion rate of steel in concrete. Non-destructive.

PosiTector UTG: to take ultrasonic thickness measurements of bare and coated metal structures
Infrared Thermography
Used to locate moisture in block walls and behind drywall. Also used to identify hotspots in electrical components.
Schmidt Hammer
Non-destructive testing of relative concrete strength to assess weaker and delaminated areas in slabs, columns, and beams
Paint & Coating Thickness
Used for quality control of paint and metallic coatings
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