Stanlay Mechanical Concrete Test Hammer

Schmidt Hammer

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The Mechanical Concrete Test Hammer (Schmidt Hammer) test is the quickest, simplest  and least expensive method for non destructive evaluation of concrete and  other masonry materials. It is most ideally suited to the measurement of  material uniformity over large areas of structure. It provides a measure of  relative material surface hardness and is used extensively for the testing of  concrete and rock.

The hammer consists of a spring loaded plunger which  when  released, strikes  the surface. During  the  rebound  stroke,  the mass  moves a pointer that indicates the maximum point of return and at the same  time indicates a reference value on the scale called the redound number. This  number, when converted based on correlation table, gives  the compression resistance value in respect of the impact angle.

Technical data
Impact Energy 2.207 Nm
Accuracy Better than +/- 2 Rebound Number
(when tested on calibration anvil at 80)
Range 10 to 100 Rebound Number
Size ( in mm ) Hammer: 360(L) x 55 diameter
Weight (in g) 1080
Item Code ST-181
  • Impact Energy 2.207 Nm
  • Accuracy Better than +/- 2 Rebound Number (when tested on calibration anvil at 80)
  • Range 10 to 100 Rebound Number
  • Size (in mm) Hammer : 360 length x 55 dia
  • Weight (g) 1080
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Stanlay Mechanical Concrete Test Hammer
  • Product Description
  • Specifications
  • Features

The Mechanical Concrete Test Hammer (Schmidt Hammer) test is the quickest, simplest  and least expensive method for non destructive evaluation of concrete and  other masonry materials. It is most ideally suited to the measurement of  material uniformity over large areas of structure. It provides a measure of  relative material surface hardness and is used extensively for the testing of  concrete and rock.

The hammer consists of a spring loaded plunger which  when  released, strikes  the surface. During  the  rebound  stroke,  the mass  moves a pointer that indicates the maximum point of return and at the same  time indicates a reference value on the scale called the redound number. This  number, when converted based on correlation table, gives  the compression resistance value in respect of the impact angle.

Technical data
Impact Energy 2.207 Nm
Accuracy Better than +/- 2 Rebound Number
(when tested on calibration anvil at 80)
Range 10 to 100 Rebound Number
Size ( in mm ) Hammer: 360(L) x 55 diameter
Weight (in g) 1080
Item Code ST-181
  • Impact Energy 2.207 Nm
  • Accuracy Better than +/- 2 Rebound Number (when tested on calibration anvil at 80)
  • Range 10 to 100 Rebound Number
  • Size (in mm) Hammer : 360 length x 55 dia
  • Weight (g) 1080
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