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    Digital Concrete Rebound Hammer Tester, 10-60 MPa

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    Buy a digital rebound hammer for measuring the compressive strength of concrete structures, which allows multiple readings to be stored in the built-in memory, and provides software that performs statistical analysis and generates comprehensive reports. The digital rebound hammer tester is the ideal tool for engineers, architects, and contractors who need to quickly and accurately assess the strength of concrete structures.
    SKU: ATO-RH-225C
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Buy a digital concrete rebound hammer in the strength range 10-60 MPa, our digital model uses advanced technology to provide more accurate and reliable readings. It uses a digital sensor to measure the rebound distance and converts the results into a digital display for easy reading and interpretation.


    • Model: ATO-RH-HD225C
    • Sensor Life: >200,000 cycles
    • Steel Anvil Rate Rebound Value: 80±2
    • Strength Measurement Range: 10-60 MPa
    • Volume: 60mm* 280mm
    • Nominal Kinetic Energy: 2.207 J
    • Impact Hammer Stroke: 75mm
    • Dimensions: 275*55* 85mm
    • Consistency of Values: ≤ 0.5 difference between the pointer reading of the mechanical rebound meter and the screen reading of the instrument
    • Weight: 1.0 kg


    • The digital concrete rebound hammer has the advantages of small size, light weight, high testing accuracy, stable performance, easy operation, and ultra-low power consumption.
    • The portable digital rebound hammer uses an innovative aluminium-plastic housing, which is lightweight and durable. The new locking structure of the tail cap overcomes the locking phenomenon of the traditional digital concrete test hammer.
    • ATO digital concrete test hammer is data safe, with no data loss in the event of a power failure, USB-HID transmission, high speed USB, 2.0 full speed mode. Purchase a rebound hammer and enjoy synchronised software updates.
    • The Schmidt hammer does not damage the concrete surface, making it a safe and efficient testing method.


    Digital concrete rebound hammer tester details


    The rebound hammer is a widely used non-destructive testing tool for assessing the strength and consistency of concrete structures. It is commonly used in construction and civil engineering applications to evaluate the compressive strength of concrete in areas such as bridges, dams, buildings, and pavements.

    Rebound hammer applications

    Tips: How to calibrate the rebound hammer?

    A rebound hammer is a device used to measure the hardness or strength of concrete by measuring the rebound of a spring-loaded hammer. Calibration of the rebound hammer is important to ensure accurate and consistent results.

    Here are the steps to calibrate a rebound hammer:

    1. Choose a suitable test surface: Select a smooth, flat, and uniform surface for testing. The surface should be clean and free from any loose material, oil, or dirt.
    2. Check the calibration anvil: Make sure the calibration anvil is in good condition and clean. The calibration anvil is a steel block with a known hardness that is used as a reference for calibration.
    3. Place the rebound hammer on the anvil: Place the rebound hammer on the calibration anvil and push the button to release the hammer.
    4. Take the reading: Note the reading displayed on the scale of the rebound hammer.
    5. Repeat the process: Repeat the process of placing the hammer on the calibration anvil and taking the reading at least three times to get an average value.
    6. Compare the readings: Compare the average reading obtained with the known value of the calibration anvil. The difference between the two values should be within ± 0.5 N/mm².
    7. Adjust if necessary: If the difference between the two values is more than ± 0.5 N/mm², adjust the rebound hammer using the adjustment screw until the readings match.
    8. Document the calibration: Document the calibration in a logbook or calibration certificate, including the date, name of the operator, and the results obtained.
    Existing reviews of Digital Concrete Rebound Hammer Tester, 10-60 MPa
    Same item as on pictures
    Complete packaging and effective tool, however the delivery is relatively slow...
    From: Liam | Date: 26/11/2023
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    This did the job!
    ATO got this tester to me in two days, It worked just fine and relatively easy to use. Worth the price!
    From: Gene | Date: 07/11/2023
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