Concrete monitoring with Concremote

22.11.2019 | Austria

The answer is simple: It helps you to increase productivity in concrete works, supports you in safety relevant decisions and improves the final concrete quality.

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Concrete monitoring delivers real-time information what is happening in your new concrete structure in terms of temperature and concrete strength development in the first few hours and days after pouring. This information helps you to take qualified decisions and do time- and cost-optimizations for safety relevant activities which are requiring a certain insitu concrete strength. In massive concrete structures - based on measured temperature profiles - you will decide on the suitable concrete curing procedure for limiting concrete core temperature or temperature gradients. This will result in a better concrete surface quality, less and smaller cracks and therefore a higher durability of the structure. Concrete monitoring may also be applied in fair faced concrete projects, where stripping formwork at equal maturity leads to a more similar color tone between neighboring casting steps.


Whenever in your project you are faced with challenges like these, it’s worth contacting your Doka contact partner for receiving your tailored Concremote offer!

If in your construction project you are facing typical challenges like “time pressure”, “delay”, “winter conditions”, “safety requirements”, “need for early age concrete strength for stripping, climbing, post-tensioning” OR “mass concrete”, “temperature related cracks”, “high quality and durability requirements” OR “fair-faced concrete”, “need for similar colour tone” then speak to your Doka contact partner.
CONCREMOTE might be the solution which helps you to - Save time - Increase safety - Enhance concrete quality - Reduce costs

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