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Proceq SA

Proceq SA
Ringstrasse 2
Schwerzenbach, CH - 8603
PH: 41 (43) 355 38 61
Fax: 41 (43) 355 38 08
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Primary Activity

Material Manufacturer
Concrete Testing Equipment

Company Background

Proceq SA of Switzerland, founded in 1954, is a leading manufacturer of high quality portable test equipment for concrete properties, metal hardness, and paper hardness applications.

With technology-driven solutions Proceq gives their customers the support they need to develop and conduct their business successfully. The company’s strong research and development team continues to create products that set industry standards for portable test equipment. Since 1994, Proceq has been certified to ISO 9001 standards that guarantee the quality of processes, products and services. To provide their international customers with local support, Proceq continually increases its presence through worldwide subsidiaries and through a global network of agents and partners.

The company invented the Original Schmidt Concrete hammer; the world’s first and most widely used portable test equipment for concrete strength properties. The latest generation of portable test hammers, the SilverSchmidt ST/PC combines the best of the Original Schmidt with state-of-the art technology. With the launch of the Profoscope, Proceq introduced a portable rebar detector and cover meter with a mid-point feature that is unique in the market for portable test equipment. Canin+, the fastest portable corrosion analyzing instrument is ideally suited for assessments of corrosion potentials on large areas. The ultrasonic test instrument Pundit Lab successfully round off Proceq’s concrete portfolio for portable concrete test equipment.

With the launch of the famous Equotip in 1975, the inventor of the Leeb rebound method revolutionized the market for portable non destructive metal hardness test equipment. Proceq is now offering a comprehensive selection of hardness testers for all kinds and sizes of metals.