StructureScan Mini XT
StructureScan Mini XT
Tool Designed for Today's Professional Concrete Scanner
The Mini XT is ideal for concrete inspection and evaluation. Easily and accurately locate the position and depth of metallic and non-metallic objects in concrete structures, including rebar, conduit, post-tension cables, pan decking, voids and service utilities.
60 cm (24 in)
1.8 kg (4 lbs)
Palm XT, LineTrac XT, Carry Harness, Accessory pole
- Find rebar, post tension, conduits, and non-metallic objects
- Measure slab thickness and void location
- Concrete scanning and imaging
- Condition assessment
- Structure inspection
- StructureScan™ Mini XT with 3D software
- Lithium-ion battery (2)
- Dual bay battery charger
- Rugged transit case
- Quick Start Guide
- 2-year warranty
High Frequency, High Resolution Concrete Antenna
The StructureScan Mini XT employs a 2.7 GHz antenna that provides excellent near surface resolution while also maintaining the ability to resolve deeper targets.
Enhanced Target Visualization
The StructureScan Mini XT provides multiple modes for data collection and interpretation:
Scan EZ: With the press of just one button, this mode provides the ideal amount of information with 2D data views for efficient mark-and-go surveys
Scan Max: Focus mode is designed to simplify the data to better highlight embedments, locate voids and see closely spaced targets
Scan 3D: 3D visualization is often used in complicated structural scenarios where the survey area may contain multiple levels of targets. This mode helps the user visualize congested areas and non-linear targets
Increase Job Site Efficiency with Mini XT Kit
Today’s professional scanners need a variety of tools to conquer all job site obstacles. For large survey areas the extension pole allows for better ergonomics and ease of use. Using the Mini XT harness and Palm XT antenna together allows the user to collect data with one-hand operation ensuring you maintain 3 points of contact to comply with OSHA regulations.
Data was collected with the Mini XT on a large concrete wall of a flood control system. Data shows multiple layers of rebar. Long flat reflector (green line) is due to the system running on top of the longitudinal rebar. Blue box indicates the back side of wall.
Data was collected using Mini XT with the Palm XT antenna and shows wire mesh (red dots) with 15 cm (6 in) spacing over pandecking (blue line).
The two sections of data below were collected with Mini XT and Palm XT antenna over the same area and in the same direction. Data shows a top layer of heavy wire mesh with multiple cascading plastic and steel targets.
Data on left was collected using cross polarization method and shows a series of targets (blue dots) that are not clearly visible using the normal data collection method (right).
Data collected with Mini XT and Palm XT antenna showing multiple layers of structural steel. Focus mode function allows user to simultaneously view raw and focus data using the slider bar.
3D data set collected with Mini XT and Palm XT antenna showing structural support within a wall in a parking garage. This data is visible on the Mini XT screen after the 3D grid has been compiled. The size of the Borehole feature is user-selectable after the grid is complete.
|Display||6.5” Touchscreen LED|
|Display Modes||Linescan, Focus and 3D|
|Languages||English, French, Japanese and Chinese|
|Operating Temperature||-4°F to 104°F (-20°C to 40°C)|