Proceq Original Schmidt Live
Less coring, with concrete strength and uniformity evaluation using rebound hammer technology
Schmidt hammers by Proceq, the inventor of rebound hammer technology, have long been the global benchmark for non-destructive compressive strength estimation, and make it possible to drastically reduce the need for concrete coring.
Original Schmidt OS8000 is the Original concrete test hammer, now digitally redefined — and it is also the most advanced R-value hammer ever made, with unmatched performance, ease of use, and versatility. Paired with our user-friendly mobile apps, Original Schmidt OS8000 increases operator productivity and makes instantaneous reporting possible, from anywhere, any time.
Versatility, digitally enhanced
Original Schmidt OS8000 works as a:
- digital hammer with digital reporting and data sharing (via the free, comprehensive Apple iOS app or Android app)
- digital print console by wirelessly connecting to a Bluetooth printer and directly printing out test results
- stand-alone digital hammer (using the digital display without the app and downloading the data to the app later, if required)
- stand-alone analog hammer (using it like an Original Schmidt hammer with the mechanical display, even without a battery)
Test on-site and share results up to 80% quicker compared to analog hammers. Eliminate operator errors thanks to automatic impact angle correction and series evaluation according to standards, as well as wrong or misplaced data thanks to cloud synchronization of your measurements.
Strength estimation at a fraction of the cost and lead time and without the mess of coring
Comprehensive mobile apps and web-based functionality enhancing productivity
Light and strong fiber-reinforced shell
Powered by flight-safe AAA batteries
Dual displays: analog and backlit digital
All mechanical components are Original Schmidt components to ensure durability and standards compatibility
|Combination With Other Methods||
Ultrasonic pulse velocity (SONREB) with Pundit 200
2.207 Nm (N), 0.735 Nm (L)
10 to 70 N/mm2 (1’450 to 10’152 psi)