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Published on Jul 12, 2012
The Dipstick® Floor Profiler (Dipstick.com) -- its uses, features and benefits -- are presented in this Chinese version of a video from the Dipstick's manufacturer, Face® Construction Technologies of Norfolk, Virginia USA.
The Dipstick is used in 66 countries on six continents to measure concrete floor flatness and levelness. Clients include the world's biggest company and retailer, the World Bank and the World Road Association... and the Dipstick was used in the construction of the world's tallest building.
It measures F-Numbers (FF and FL) in accordance with ASTM E1155; Fmin; TR-34 Free Movement (FM); TR-34 Defined Movement (DM); Gap under Sliding Unleveled Straightedge; Gap under Rolling Straightedge; DIN 18202; non-destructive measurement of the thickness of toppings, fills & coatings; joint profiles in accordance with ASTM E1155; joint movement under load; and it produces 3D topographic maps / analyses of floor surfaces.
In addition to measuring concrete floor tolerances, Dipstick is used on roads, pavements, bridge decks, runways, etc. (see The Dipstick Road Profiler video on YouTube)
Testing labs, building owners, developers, contractors, universities, research institutions and government agencies choose the Dipstick because it is the most accurate and most repeatable flatness/levelness measuring instrument on the market.
This video concentrates on the use of the Dipstick in measuring concrete flatness and levelness for slabs on grade and elevated slabs.
Visit The Flat Floor Library™ at Dipstick.com for more information on F-Numbers, other concrete floor tolerances, concrete floor profiling and helpful documents on flat concrete floors and concrete floor measurement standards and specifications.