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If I understand your question correctly you are looking for some kind of
procedure/instrument to verify the adequacy of the attachment. As far as I
know there are different ways of doing it including infrared and ultrasound
You can contact Richard Goldberg, Arch. <rpgoldberg(--nospam--at)> at
Laticrete International which has the information.
Kasey Hemmatyar, P. Eng. (structural)
Vancouver, B.C. 
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At 02:24 PM 6/4/98 -0800, you wrote:
>We are involved in the repair of existing granite & marble fascia panels   
>for a 30 year old building due to damage from the Northridge earthquake   
>(remember?).   Just a few panels were visibly damaged, but I suspect   
>other may have hidden damage.
>I am trying to figure out the best way to perform in-situ testing of the   
>panels. Does anybody know people/companies with experience in this?
>Steve Uthoff
>Holmes & Narver, Inc.
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