InstroTek, Inc.

PaveScan®

Continuous Asphalt Density System

The Future of Zero Coring is Within Reach!

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What's New

The NoNuke™ is a highly advanced non-nuclear asphalt density gauge. The NoNuke’s Moisture Presence Warning, Auto Surface-Roughness Correction and Gauge System Checks notify the user of potential gauge issues. It’s alphanumeric keypad that is simple, responsive, and easy to use. It has 2GB of storage and a USB port to download all test data. The NoNuke’s Bluetooth and FREE Mobile App. can take pictures, report GPS coordinates, view test results, and create reports that can be emailed from the field.

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Never Lose Your Gauge Again

Ever wonder what happens if you lose your nuclear gauge? Now 2 of the industry-best gauges, InstroTek's Xplorer 2™ and CPN's MC3 Elite™ can come equipped with Smart GPS Tracking! Locate your gauge through any computer or mobile device. With unique GPS hybrid tracking, these gauges can now be tracked to see what route they are on or have been traveling on and where they are... from anywhere in the world!

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Upgrade Your Original NCAT Furnace...

With the advanced electronics of the InstroTek Ignition Panel! The Ignition replacement panel provides many new features such as power surge protection, serviceability, touchscreen, USB storage, Bluetooth, and so much more! The Ignition Panel works with both old and new NCAT furnaces.

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InstroTek Companies

On August 20th, 2008, InstroTek, Inc. completed the acquisition of CPN International, Inc. CPN, located in the San Francisco Bay Area has over 45 years of history and experience in the construction testing instrumentation.

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In February 2015, InstroTek completed the acquisition of HMA Lab Supply, Inc. of Richmond, Virginia. HMA Lab Supply specializes in equipment and supplies for the asphalt and aggregate testing industry and has been in operation for over 14 years.

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On May 16, 2018 InstroTek, Inc. completed the acquisition of Rainhart Company. Rainhart was established in 1945 by Charles Raines and Don Hart. Charles worked for Texas Department of Transportation and was a professor at the University of Texas. 

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