Concremote has been given technical approval from Dubai Central Laboratory Department according to a statement from its proprietor, Doka. The approval, which was granted by the government entity, comes following an extensive series of inspections, including audits on sites, batching plant and production facility over two days in Venlo, Netherlands.
Awarded the TAC-157 seal of approval, Concremote’s formal endorsement by the government entity will provide peace of mind and security to both consultants and contractors throughout the GCC who are looking for a proven alternative to early age laboratory and field cured test specimens.
Accredited by international quality assurance agencies including ASTM, DIN, British Standard and Eurocode, Concremote’s digital interface keeps project stakeholders up to date via wireless push notifications to their mobile or tablet device by measuring the compressive strength gain of concrete in real time, thereby providing accurate and timely results enabling project stakeholders to commence activities such as deshuttering both safely and at the earliest possible moment.
According to research conducted by Doka, Concremote can provide a 40% increase in business value by reducing time and cost by 47% and 32% respectively, while increasing quality by 55%.
Doka Gulf recently made regional headlines having won the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award during the ninth cycle of the event.