ConcTest

Quickest concrete test method yet

The instrument designed to accelerate traditional laboratory concrete and cement strength tests.

BS EN 12390 and 196-1 standard strength test accuracy in minutes with less effort.

Main features

Quick instrument overview

Determines compressive strength of concrete, compressive and flexural strength of the cement, cement quantity and water consumption

Simple and instantaneous test procedure

Hand held with innovative user friendly interface

Data logging and USB results transfer to your PC or Mac

Always at fingertips thanks to Kit briefcase

Ingenious

A unique and sophisticated method with an unmatched testing procedure.

Instantaneous

Any cement manufacturer wishes to know the quality of the cement instantaneously.

Accurate

Laboratory test have confirmed that our new method meets BS EN 12390 and 196-1 standards.

Accuracy confirmed.

Instruments accuracy confirmed with certificates.

Several performed tests have confirmed that our new instrument meets BS EN 196-1 standards. Read articles about these events.

Georgia Beton Company laboratory tests

Technical specification

Concrete Range20 - 60 MPa
Cement RangePortland Cements
CEM-I, CEM-II
DimensionsLength: 220 mm
Width: 110 mm
Height: 36 mm
Case MaterialABS (UL 94 HB)
Protection ClassIP 65
Electromagnetic Shielding EMC (ALVACOAT®)
Protection against electromagnetic radiation
DisplayLCD Colour 3.5” 720x320 pixels
Memory up to 500 test readings (equally: 250 for concrete and 250 for cement)
USB Port via LIMO adapterUsed to export test results to PC
Battery Lithium-ion, 3.7V, 1100 mAh
Battery Lifetime > 12h (in standard operation mode)
Mains 5V / 0.5A
Weight Instrument: 295g, probe: 105g, complete kit in case: 2.5kg
Operating temperature0°C - 30°C (Charging, running instrument)
0°C - 40°C (Charging, instrument is off)
-10°C - 50°C (Non-charging)
Humidity < 95 % RH, non condensing
Standards and DirectivesBS EN 12390 compliant ROHS compliant
REACH compliant
EMC certification
ESD certification
CE certification

Documentation and downloads