You may or may not have been wondering what the difference is between the Pundit Lab and the Pundit Lab+. However, as you’ve landed on this article, I bet your curiosity has been sparked! Now, let’s get to grips on the finer details differentiating these two models. Pundit Lab models use ultrasonic pulse velocity mainly to determine the quality of concrete and for material characterization of rocks. Pundit Lab is a flexible UPV test instrument designed primarily for operation in laboratories and supports all traditional UPV test modes such as pulse velocity, surface velocity, E-modulus, data logging, and crack depth. It is often used to measure alongside other measurements within a lab setting, and is regularly used for rock testing. The Pundit Lab+ was developed as a result of feedback received on the Pundit Lab and therefore contains an extended feature set to make testing that much easier and to the point. It is used more for concrete testing.