The Thermal Integrity Profiler (TIP) uses the heat generated by curing cement to assess the quality of drilled shafts and of bored, augered cast in place, continuous flight auger or drilled displacement piles.
TEMP (Thermal Evaluation of Mass Pours) is a system that measures temperatures in various points of a mass concrete pour, as the curing cement generates heat.
The SPT Analyzer measures the energy transferred into an instrumented SPT rod during a Standard Penetration Test (SPT).
The Pile Integrity Tester (PIT) gives peace of mind that a pile or shaft is free of major cracks and voids, prior to construction of the superstructure.
The Pile Driving Analyzer (PDA) system is the most widely employed system for Dynamic Load Testing and Pile Driving Monitoring in the world. PDA tests assess the capacity of several piles in a single day.
The Acoustic Concrete Tester (ACT) measures the concrete thickness of pavements, slabs, retaining walls, foundation footings and tunnel linings. It is a nondestructive concrete thickness gauge that identifies flaws such as delaminations, voids, and spalls.