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Radar Detection Simplified. Hilti PS 1000-B X-Scan Radar Detection System




With its ability to provide clear, 2D images of virtually all kinds of objects concealed in concrete structures, the easy-to-use PS 1000-B from Hilti takes the non-destructive inspection of concrete structures to a new level.

The Hilti PS 1000-B is designed to produce easy-to-read images of what’s inside concrete structures within minutes. Locating rebar, post tension cable, metal and plastic conduits, glass-fiber cables, voids and wood in dry concrete structures are made simple with the PS 1000-B X-Scan. Immediate scan analysis is possible as the objects are shown in a 2D plan view or cross sectional view directly on the PS 1000-B display. This makes it easy to find and mark reliable drilling locations, helping to avoid concealed objects when drilling anchor holes or through holes, breaking out openings or coring and sawing concrete.

This compact all-in-one hand-held scanner offers easy, user-friendly operation, quick start-up for speed of use, plus unmatched data visualization. With a durable, rubber coated housing for jobsite protection it is also water and dust resistant in typical jobsite conditions.

The Hilti PS 1000-B X-Scan is covered by Hilti’s Calibration Service to help ensure reliability and accuracy. Even with Hilti’s built-in protection features, precision instruments can be affected by everyday use and more. Through the Calibration Service, the X-Scan will be calibrated once a year with the calibration confirmed in writing. The PS 1000-B is also covered by Hilti’s Lifetime Service, a unique service agreement that includes two years of no-cost coverage*.

For more information about the Hilti PS 1000-B X-Scan Radar Detection System, please contact Hilti Customer Service. From the U.S., call Hilti, Inc., at 1-800-879-8000 or visit www.us.hilti.com; from Canada, call Hilti (Canada) Corporation at 1-800-363-4458 or visit www.hilti.ca.

*Some limitations apply. Contact Hilti for details

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