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Concremote

Measuring strength and temperature of concrete in real time

Measuring concrete temperature and strength development directly with Concremote allows for improved management of forming and cast-in-place concreting operations.

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Optimisation of construction process

aided by real-time monitoring of concrete strength

  • minimises cycle times and commissioning quantities by determining the earliest possible stripping time
  • cuts labour and equipment costs by improving proactive execution planning
  • concrete formulation and purchasing can be optimised as the site has more accurate knowledge regarding the strength development
  • more accurate management of curing times made possible by more accurate information on the level of concrete maturity

Greater certainty

with 'concrete' measured data instead of empirical values

  • confident decision-making is assisted by the easy-tointerpret graphic representation of the strength development
  • executional reliability assured by conformity with DIN standards and ZTV-Ing. (Additional technical terms of contract and guidelines for civil engineering structures)

Intuitive operation

thanks to its proven, state-of-the-art measurement process

  • process reliability and cost-certainty, made possible by non-destructive measuring
  • largely maintenance-free. thanks to its long-lasting batteries, sturdy sensors and wireless data transmission
  • the measuring sensors are quickly installed and positioned as they are simply placed on the fresh concrete or fixed to the wall formwork
  • very user-friendly, as the measuring sensors are activated effortlessly
  • the measured values can be accessed any time from anywhere through a secure web portal
  • instant alerts by e-mail or text regarding early set properties and temperature
  • export function makes it easy to process and archive the strength data

Quality assurance during the construction process

aided by real-time monitoring of component temperature

  • improved concrete quality resulting from measuring and options for controlling temperature development and/or temperature-induced strains
  • site control thanks to targeted messages

References

System

Process Concremote

Exact measurement, for accurate control

Concremote makes it possible to measure temperature and strength of concrete on the site, in real time. It uses the weighted maturity method (as developed by de Vree) to provide reliable, standards-compliant information on the strength development of the concrete. This facilitates targeted management of the forming and CIP concreting operations.

Concremote sensor

Can be used anywhere

Concremote has two different types of sensor, allowing it to be used in all areas of cast-in-place building construction. The wireless slab sensor is used on cast-in-place concrete floors, in cut-and-cover tunnel construction and on bridge-building sites. The cable sensor is particularly suitable for use on wall and column formwork and in crane-climbed and automatic climbing projects, on bridge- and tunnel-building sites and on mass concrete structures.

Concremote Cable sensors

Practice-oriented system integration

The cable sensors can be fitted with accessories that allow up to three different measuring points. The Concremote wall sensing element lets users integrate a measuring point into the formwork, permanently and re-usably. This makes it possible to reposition the sensors together with the formwork, without any extra work.

Usage

Concremote process data transfer

Real-time concrete monitoring

Concremote sensors measure temperature development of the fresh concrete at regular intervals and transmit these data to the Concremote computing centre. The strength development of the concrete is calculated by comparing to the reference values from the previous calibration measurement, and the information is sent back to the site in real-time.

Concremote sensor, worker

Easy to use

Once the fresh concrete has been screeded, the re-usable floor sensor can simply be placed in the concrete. The sensors' long battery life and rugged design mean that only minimal maintenance is needed.

Concremote, Tablet

Mobile data retrieval

The mobile web application lets users access data on strength development of their concrete at any time, from anywhere with devices such as notebooks, tablets and smartphones.