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Re Bar Locator

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Covermeter - 8020
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Rebar Scope Basic System - R-C-400
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Rebar Scope Basic System with Software - R-C-450
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Rebar Scope Complete System - R-C-410
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Re Bar locators are instruments specifically designed to identify the location of reinforcement bars in concrete structures. Specifically, the central location in between two reinforcement bars for drilling or mounting purposes without the need to strip off the concrete cover.


Re Bar locators work through pulse-induction. Pulse induction is the process of generating an electromagnetic field by running an electrical current through coils found in the machine. When a metallic object enters this electromagnetic field, a probe within the instrument then measures and points to the direction of the object that reacted with the electromagnetic field. As such, these instruments are specifically designed to locate metallic bars only and would not work with other type of bars.