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Wireless Concrete Sensor for Temperature and Strength Monitoring

Remote Monitoring System for Accessing Concrete Data Anytime, Anywhere

The 1st fully self-calibrating concrete strength monitoring Sensor

An Advanced Web-Based Dashboard for Monitoring and Managing Concrete Pours

Optimizing concrete mix with our AI-powered mix management software

NDT Device for Detecting and Measuring the Rate of Rebar Corrosion

NDT Device for Half-Cell Corrosion Mapping

Laboratory Device for Testing the Rapid Chloride Permeability of Concrete

Laboratory Device for Testing the Surface Electrical Resistivity of Concrete

Laboratory Device for Testing the Electrical Resistivity of Concrete

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How to Install Sensors in Concrete Samples for Maturity Calibration: A Comparative Guide

Concrete maturity is a crucial metric in the construction industry, providing insights into the strength and readiness of concrete for critical operations (i.e. stripping forms, stressing cables, etc.) The installation of sensors in concrete samples for maturity calibration is a technical process that varies depending on the region and the type of concrete sample used. In this blog, we will explore the differences in sensor installation procedures for 4×8-inch cylinders, 6×12-inch cylinders, and concrete cubes. Keep your winter pours in check with the Free Concrete Pour Checklist. Download the full Checklist now and experience smoother, stress-free cold-weather concreting like never before. Download Free Checklist Understanding Concrete MaturityBefore delving into the installation process, it’s important to understand what concrete maturity is. It is a measure of how much a concrete mix has cured over time, factoring in the temperature history of the concrete. This is crucial because the strength of concrete is directly related to its maturity index which is typically a unit of degree hours or equivalent days.Sensor Installation in Concrete Samples1. 4×8 Inch Cylinders (Canada vs. US)In Canada, 4×8-inch cylinders are filled in three layers, and each layer is rodded 25 times using a standard tamping rod. Sensors are…

Infrastructure Development and Quality Assurance: Applying the Maturity Method in DOT Concrete Projects

Today, many states’ Departments of Transportation accept the maturity method as an essential tool to understand the strength development of in-place concrete for their infrastructure projects. More specifically, 36 states recognize the method as a reliable and accurate estimation method of concrete strength. This tool facilitates the decision-making process for project managers in terms of their concrete without compromising quality, time, or cost. In this blog, let’s explore how the maturity method works in DOT concrete and construction projects. We will learn how these departments optimize their resources while combatting the pressure of deadline constraints. Keep your winter pours in check with the Free Concrete Pour Checklist. Download the full Checklist now and experience smoother, stress-free cold-weather concreting like never before. Download Free Checklist How Is the Maturity Method Used in Construction?Let’s understand how the maturity method works. The maturity method is a non-destructive method to estimate the real-time strength development of in-place concrete. Specifically, it works at an early age of less than 14 days. In the 1950s, Nurse, McIntosh and Saul developed a relationship between temperature and time to determine concrete maturity. They called their method the Temperature-Time Factor (TTF). In the 1970s, Freiesleben-Hasen and Pedersen developed a…

Important Considerations of Cold-Weather Concreting

Cold weather concreting presents a range of challenges for contractors, particularly when working in very low-temperature environments. One of the primary challenges is the effect of temperature on the concrete’s setting and curing process. As temperatures drop, the hydration process of concrete slows down significantly. This delayed setting and strength gain can lead to construction delays, impacting project schedules and budgets. Engineers must carefully monitor and manage the concrete’s temperature during the placement and curing phases. This ensures the concrete achieves the desired strength and durability. Here are a few important considerations when we are preparing concrete in cold weather. Keep your winter pours in check with the Free Concrete Pour Checklist. Download the full Checklist now and experience smoother, stress-free cold-weather concreting like never before. Download Free Checklist Another significant challenge is the potential for freezing temperatures. If concrete is subjected to freezing conditions before it gains sufficient strength, it can lead to severe damage. Freeze-thaw cycles can cause internal cracking and spalling, compromising the integrity of the structure. One can apply several important measures to protect freshly placed concrete from freezing. They can include the use of insulating blankets or the application of external heat sources to maintain…

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