Concremote makes it possible to measure concrete strength 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 has two different types of sensor, allowing it to be used in all areas of CIP building construction. The cableless slab sensor is used on CIP concrete floor slabs, in cut-and-cover tunnel construction and at bridge-building sites. The cable sensor is particularly suitable for use on wall and column formwork and in crane-climbed and automatic climbing projects, at bridge- and tunnel-building sites and on mass concrete structures.
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-useably. This makes it possible to reposition the sensors together with the formwork, without any extra work.
Real-time concrete monitoring
The Concremote sensors regularly measure the temperature development of the fresh concrete and transmit the data to the Concremote computing centre. The strength development of the concrete is calculated by reference to the values from the previously effected calibration measurement, and the information is sent back to the site in real-time.
Easy to use
Once the fresh concrete has been struck off, the slab sensor can simply be placed in the concrete. The sensors' long battery life and rugged design mean that only minimal maintenance is needed.
Mobile data retrieval
The mobile web application lets users access the data on the strength development of their concrete at any time, from anywhere – on e.g. notebooks, tablets and smartphones.