Rebound Hammer

The Proceq rebound hammer is a device to measure the elastic properties or strength of concrete or rock. Each rebound hammer is built for a different purpose in order to meet the specific needs of the customer.

Proceq invented the world’s first and now most widely used equipment for analyzing concrete strength properties, the Original Schmidt. This rebound hammer is available in models with different impact energies, each designed for a specific test application.

The SilverSchmidt ST/PC is the latest generation of rebound hammer combining the ground braking features of the OriginalSchmidt with the best of today’s technology. It’s the first integrated rebound hammer featuring true rebound value and unmatched repeatability.

Besides showing the basic settings on the included display unit, the rebound hammer DigiSchmidt offers the transmission of the measured data to a standard printer or to a PC. The window based software ProVista allows downloading, presenting and editing of the measured values in a fast and easy way. This rebound hammer is menu-guided in different languages. 

The rebound hammer meets the customers' needs for in-situ measurement of concrete quality and compressive strength.

SilverSchmidt ST/PC


Concrete Test Hammer - SilverSchmidt Schmidt Hammer - DigiSchmidt
The new SilverSchmidt ST/PC is Proceq's most sophisticated rebound hammer that makes concrete testing quicker and more accurate than ever before. The Digi-Schmidt rebound hammer combines Proceq’s classic Original Schmidt with a display unit that allows the direct reading and display of test results.

Original Schmidt

Schmidt OS-120

Original Schmidt
The well-established rebound hammer OriginalSchmidt is the classic for the basic testing of concrete and structural components. The Schmidt OS-120 Pendulum Hammers are designed to test on softer material such as light weight concrete, gypsum boards, fresh concrete and the mortar of joints in brickwork. 


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