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Cor Map apparatus for rebar corrosion location

Main features
A simple economical method for identifying areas of probable rebar corrosion in (for example)
  • Bridge decks
  • Parking garages
  • Concrete piers and docks
  • Substructure
  • Tunnel lining
  • Foundations
General description
General description
Corrosion, which is an electrochemical process, occurs in concrete when oxygen and moisture are present. The measurements made with the Cor Map apparatus, using the half cell method, can be plotted on a grid and lines of equipotential contours drawn, highlighting areas of possible corrosion activity.
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Technical specifications

The apparatus includes:
  • High impedance voltmeter
  • Electrode extension
  • Reference electrode including copper sulphate reservoir
  • Container of copper sulphate (capacity 250 ml)
  • Wetting agent reservoir (capacity 125 ml)
  • Dispensing sponge
  • Cable reel with 80 m cable
  • Carrying case
    Case dimensions approx.: 50x420x190 mm  (reel packaged separately)
  • Weight approx.: (case + reel) 7.5 kg

Ordering info

58-E0065/A 
Cor Map apparatus for rebar corrosion location

Accessories

Accessories
58-E0065/A1
Reference electrode with 125 ml wetting agent 

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Contact Us

Controls Group USA, Inc.

2521 Technology Drive, Suite 203
Elgin, Il 60124.
Phone: +1 844 291 4305
Email: info@controls-usa.com
www.controls-usa.com

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