Giatec In Denmark

Giatec’s SmartRock sensors are continuing to get adopted internationally. With sensors sold in over 25 countries since launched in November 2015, we are looking forward to further extending our smart concrete testing technologies to clients worldwide. We have been able to achieve great and quick success with the help of Giatec partners around the world.

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Our Danish partners, Lolle & Nielsen have created a simple step by step demonstration on how to tag, connect, and use the SmartRock wireless sensors for temperature and maturity measurement. Although the video is in Danish, it is a great watch.

If you are interested in working with us as an agent in your market for the SmartRock sensors or other Giatec products, please contact us at dealers@giatecscientific.com

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