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Concrete maturity calculator, Concrete monitoring, Concrete strength testing

CONCREMOTE

Concrete Intelligence. Real-time.

The method for optimising your construction project

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Save time

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Increase safety

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Enhance concrete quality

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Reduce costs


Concrete monitoring with Concremote

Concremote uses digital sensors to measure the insitu concrete maturity (temperature x time) gradient and with this data it calculates early age strength. Think construction processes forward and boost your productivity.

When is the earliest possible stripping time?

As soon as the concrete reaches your predefi ned target value, Concremote will automatically notify you in real-time by text message or email. So you can instantly get going on your next construction steps, saving you time and costs on your jobsite.

Which concrete mix will be the most cost-effective?

Calibration of your concrete mixes enables you to assess the best mixture. Before construction work starts you can opt for the concrete mix that will be the most cost-effective for your planned cycle time.

How can you plan in advance to avoid follow-up costs?

Concremote measures continuously. If temperature differences in the structure start to go critical, you can react right away with the measures that will protect the quality of your concrete. And you have access to Concremote data as a curing log as the as-built quality-assurance records.

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Save time

  • Implement shorter cycle times with certainty by measuring early strength gain of the concrete, instead of having to rely on traditional approaches and incremental test cubes
  • Switch concrete mix to optimise overall construction time
  • Remote monitoring of temperature development and strength gain can be off-site
  • Automatic notification in real-time when the concrete reaches the target value, enabling rapid initiation of critical path activities (stripping, pre-stressing, climbing, curing)
  • Digital logging of the measured data reduces on- & off -site management
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Increase safety

  • Reliable quality data from the concrete structure makes for greater security in the decision making process
  • Hard data for compliance confirming quality and strength thresholds
  • Safe repositioning of the formwork in winter working conditions
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Enhance concrete quality

  • Required curing time is measured for quality assurance
  • Mass concrete:
    • Heat of hydration is monitored continuously to minimise crack widths
    • Optional automatic control systems for the heating and cooling of concrete
  • Support for achieving uniform fair-faced concrete colour tones when stripping formwork at a known level of concrete maturity
Visual Heat of hydration
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Reduce costs

  • Plan cycle times in advance to cut material and labour costs
  • Shorter cycles, delivering reduced commissioning of on-site quantities
  • Validated concrete quality for reduced concrete finishing costs
  • On builds with lengthy cycle times, optimising the concrete mix helps cut costs
  • No requirement for traditional, incremental testing of cubes to establish early concrete strength
Tablet, Concremote Sensor

Concremote Project References

Better built with Concremote

  • KTM-Museum

    Mattighofen | Austria

    More Safety

    • High level of process dependability with reliable monitoring of heat of hydration and strength gain despite difficult climatic conditions

    Enhanced concrete quality

    • Support for achieving uniform fair-faced concrete surfaces and colour tones by stripping formwork at uniform concrete maturity

    Cost reduction

    • Avoidance of concrete finishing measures
    • Detailed records and documentation as a precaution against complaints
    Jobsite KTM Museum
  • AWO-Föhrenpark

    Munich | Germany

    Time savings

    • About 50 % time saving because of reduced build time of a full 6 weeks by delivery of a 3-day cycle

    More safety

    • Early calibration of the concrete mixes meant that the best-choice concrete for the season could always be used
    • Documentation and validation towards the asset owner and for the site log

    Cost reduction

    • Savings in six figures (EUR)
    • Faster stripping of formwork, therefore requiring a third less commissioning quantities – 600 m² less slab formwork per floor
    Jobsite AWO-Föhrenpark
  • Leonhardstrasse
    residential complex

    Graz | Austria

    Time savings

    • Stripping time reduced to 8-10 days from the specified 28 days.

    More safety

    • Complete confidence in judging when the required target strength is reached, despite winter temperatures

    Cost reduction

    • Even with extreme winter weather the volume of formwork was reduced by half and limited to a single floor slab
    Leonhardstrasse residential complex
  • Office building H20

    Munich | Germany

    Time savings

    • Formwork stripping times reduced by 2-3 days from the specified 7-day cycle
    • Load-bearing towers stripped after 10 days instead of the specified 28 days, delivering shorter overall construction time

    More safety

    • 100% confidence in judging when critical target strength of 80 % achieved

    Cost reduction

    • Earlier stripping times for the slab formwork reduced the required area of slab formwork by 25%.
    Jobsite Office building H20

Universal usage

Mass concrete

Cable sensor The cable sensor has up to three measuring probes and is positioned on the reinforcement before the concrete is poured.

Wall

probe for the cable sensor The probe for the cable sensor is incorporated directly into the form-facing and repositioned together with the formwork.

Floor

Slab sensor The slab sensor is placed on the surface of the fresh concrete after screeding.

The method for optimising your construction project

With Concremote you can plan your construction project better and no matter where you are, you have access to your real-time data at any time. So you can gauge concrete performance and initiate the necessary measures at exactly the right time.


  • Process Concremote - Step 1 - Planning

    1. Planning

    Maximise benefits by using Concremote as soon as you start into the bidding phase and when you move on to pre-construction work. Calibration lets you simulate strength gain and temperature development for each concrete mix and ready-mix plant in advance. Which results in secure pre-construction decisions during the planning of your cycle times. You have more options for selecting a concrete mix, because you make informed decisions on fast strength development vs. high-cost mixtures or slow strength development vs. lower-cost mixtures.


  • Process Concremote - Step 2 - Measurement

    2. Measurement

    The digital, wireless sensors continuously measure temperature. Your concrete´s strength gain is then calculated in the secure Concremote web portal:

    • Concremote sensors with wireless data transmission are largely maintenance-free, thanks to their long-life batteries, robust design and reusability.
    • The sensors are easily and quickly installed. They are simply placed either on fresh concrete or fixed to the wall formwork.
    • The compressive strength of the concrete is calculated by using the internationally accepted maturity method in accordance with recognised standards such as EN 13670, DIN 1045-3, ZTV-ING & ACI ASTM and C 1074


  • Process Concremote - Step 3 - Information & Monitoring

    3. Information & Monitoring

    No matter where you are, reliable information is available 24/7 and in real-time through the web portal. You can set an alert so that you are notified automatically by text message or email when the concrete reaches the defined target strength.


  • Process Concremote - Step 4 - Evaluation & Measures

    4. Evaluation & Measures

    The results of measurement are logged, so you have more certainty and documentary proof of quality. You have hard data to support your decisions in executing critical path activities (stripping, prestressing, climbing, curing) at their earliest possible time.


  • Process Concremote - Step 5 - Learning

    5. Learning

    Utilise prior Concremote data to optimise your pricing and work flow planning for subsequent steps in the construction process and for further projects.

International Awards

2014

  • "Excellence in Building Technology" Big Project Awards - De forente arabiske emirater

2015

  • Staatspreis Multimedia und e-Business – Austria
  • AHK Innovation Award German Emirati Business – United Arab Emirates
  • „Most Innovative Concrete Quality Assurance System” Dossier Construction Award & Summit – Oman

2016

  • „Leading Formwork Company of the Year” Construction Innovation Awards – United Arab Emirates
  • Wizard of Construction – Poland

2017

  • eAward "Industrie und Gewerbe"– Austria
  • CN Award – United Kingdom
  • Category construction industry Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Business-Excellence Award – United Arab Emirates
  • New Product Award ARCHIDEX – Malaysia
  • Innovation Award Bronze Batimat – France
  • Power of Machinery awards – Spain

Concremote Web Portal

Calibration of Concrete Mixes – the Application

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