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SmartCure

ConcreteAI's SmartCure system ensures the curing of concrete samples at the exact same temperature conditions as in-place concrete, automatically and in real-time.

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BENEFITS

Knowledge of In-place Concrete Strength

Quality Assurance

Gain peace of mind with accurate in-place concrete strength information, especially the development process

Productivity

Validate with temperature-matched concrete samples and proceed to the next activities 30-50% faster.

In-place concrete often achieves strength faster than standard-cured concrete samples due to higher temperatures.

Adopt SmartHub with Confidence

Start with SmartCure for validation before moving to real-time monitoring, reduce testing. 

Both SmartCure and Smarthub assess in-place concrete strength, with one method being destructive and the other non-destructive.

HOW TO USE

ConcreteAI System Installation in 10 Minutes

Install sensors for structural concrete

Apply ConcreteAI's Smarthub to collect in-situ temperature in real-time.

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Place
Concrete Samples

Test samples are placed in the SmartCure tank.

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Sychronised 
Curing

Automatically adjusts temperature, replicating the in-place concrete temperature

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Test
Concrete Samples

Remove concrete samples, demould, and crush them to obtain strength results

FUNCTIONS

Accurate, Wireless and Real-time

In Compliance with BS 1881:130 

Heating & Cooling Systems

An integrated heating and cooling system that can reach temperatures up to 80 degrees and cool down to match the in-place concrete profile automatically.

Dashboard

Easily visualize temperatures at the selected monitoring point on the structure with the curing temperature of the samples anytime and anywhere. Helps with QA/QC and evidence management.

Sensor

Equipped with a calibrated temperature monitoring system that collects real-time curing temperatures and sends them to the cloud every 10 minutes.

Mobile Design

With lockable wheels, the system can be positioned anywhere on the site, preferably in a sheltered area, and easily transported between sites and locations.

COMPARING WITH THE CURRENT SITUATION

Technical Specification

Temperature Range
Room Temperature to 80 °C
Temperature sensor for water bath
Accurate to ±1 °C
Heating & Cooling System
Capable of heating at 10 °C /h. Capable of maintaining temperature of water bath to +/- 2 °C /h when compare with in-situ concrete temperature.
Agitating Device
To ensure even temperature distribution
External Dimensions
800mm (L) x 400mm (W) x 600mm (H)
Cube Mould Capacity
8x 150mm x 150mm cubes
10x 100mm x 100mm cubes
Customisable
Power
2200 W, 220 V, 10 A
Weight
80 kg (without water)
Standard
Complies to BS 1881-130:2013
  • What does the ConcreteAI sensor monitor?
    ConcreteAI's SmartHub offers real-time monitoring of concrete temperature, which is then correlated with concrete compressive strength.
  • What does the ConcreteAI sensor monitor?
    ConcreteAI's SmartHub offers real-time monitoring of concrete temperature, which is then correlated with concrete compressive strength.
  • What does the ConcreteAI sensor monitor?
    ConcreteAI's SmartHub offers real-time monitoring of concrete temperature, which is then correlated with concrete compressive strength.
  • Is the method of strength measurement approved in Singapore and other areas?
    Certainly. ConcreteAI's system comprises two components: the SmartHub, which employs the maturity method to deliver real-time concrete strength readings, and the SmartCure system, which utilizes temperature-matched curing for in-place concrete strength measurement. While the SmartHub provides continuous readings through a non-destructive method, the SmartCure system offers destructive results. In Singapore, the maturity method is endorsed in various standards such as SS 78: Part B1: 1992 (2018), SS EN 13791:2009 (2016), SS 592:2013, SS EN 1992-1-1:2008 (2015) Eurocode 2, and SS EN 13670:2022, among others. Additionally, the temperature-matched curing method is highlighted in BS 1881:130 and SS EN 13670:2022. These standards are referenced in the latest published Approved Solutions by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore. (link) For other regions and countries, we recommend reaching out to us directly or contacting the local authority to verify if the BS and EN standards are referenced in the local guidelines.
  • Is the method of strength measurement approved in Singapore and other areas?
    Certainly. ConcreteAI's system comprises two components: the SmartHub, which employs the maturity method to deliver real-time concrete strength readings, and the SmartCure system, which utilizes temperature-matched curing for in-place concrete strength measurement. While the SmartHub provides continuous readings through a non-destructive method, the SmartCure system offers destructive results. In Singapore, the maturity method is endorsed in various standards such as SS 78: Part B1: 1992 (2018), SS EN 13791:2009 (2016), SS 592:2013, SS EN 1992-1-1:2008 (2015) Eurocode 2, and SS EN 13670:2022, among others. Additionally, the temperature-matched curing method is highlighted in BS 1881:130 and SS EN 13670:2022. These standards are referenced in the latest published Approved Solutions by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore. (link) For other regions and countries, we recommend reaching out to us directly or contacting the local authority to verify if the BS and EN standards are referenced in the local guidelines.
  • Is the method of strength measurement approved in Singapore and other areas?
    Certainly. ConcreteAI's system comprises two components: the SmartHub, which employs the maturity method to deliver real-time concrete strength readings, and the SmartCure system, which utilizes temperature-matched curing for in-place concrete strength measurement. While the SmartHub provides continuous readings through a non-destructive method, the SmartCure system offers destructive results. In Singapore, the maturity method is endorsed in various standards such as SS 78: Part B1: 1992 (2018), SS EN 13791:2009 (2016), SS 592:2013, SS EN 1992-1-1:2008 (2015) Eurocode 2, and SS EN 13670:2022, among others. Additionally, the temperature-matched curing method is highlighted in BS 1881:130 and SS EN 13670:2022. These standards are referenced in the latest published Approved Solutions by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore. (link) For other regions and countries, we recommend reaching out to us directly or contacting the local authority to verify if the BS and EN standards are referenced in the local guidelines.
  • How do you measure compressive strength in real-time?
    Concrete’s compressive strength is determined using the internationally accepted maturity method in accordance with ASTM C 1074 and EN 13670. Maturity is the relationship between concrete temperature, time and strength gain. It is a way to measure the concrete’s in situ strength to expedite schedule, increase level of confidence and improve construction methods. Every concrete mix design has its own strength – maturity relationship. Thus, for every unique mix design, a 28-day calibration period is required to find the relationship.
  • How do you measure compressive strength in real-time?
    Concrete’s compressive strength is determined using the internationally accepted maturity method in accordance with ASTM C 1074 and EN 13670. Maturity is the relationship between concrete temperature, time and strength gain. It is a way to measure the concrete’s in situ strength to expedite schedule, increase level of confidence and improve construction methods. Every concrete mix design has its own strength – maturity relationship. Thus, for every unique mix design, a 28-day calibration period is required to find the relationship.
  • How do you measure compressive strength in real-time?
    Concrete’s compressive strength is determined using the internationally accepted maturity method in accordance with ASTM C 1074 and EN 13670. Maturity is the relationship between concrete temperature, time and strength gain. It is a way to measure the concrete’s in situ strength to expedite schedule, increase level of confidence and improve construction methods. Every concrete mix design has its own strength – maturity relationship. Thus, for every unique mix design, a 28-day calibration period is required to find the relationship.
  • What kind of structures or concrete mix can ConcreteAI solution be applied to?
    ConcreteAI sensors can be used for all types of concrete structures, for example wall, slab, column, beam, viaduct, hollow-core, pile cap and etc. ConcreteAI solution can also be applied to all common mix designs, including concrete with fly ash, GGBS and others. Feel free to contact us via email or phone if you would to clarify further.
  • What kind of structures or concrete mix can ConcreteAI solution be applied to?
    ConcreteAI sensors can be used for all types of concrete structures, for example wall, slab, column, beam, viaduct, hollow-core, pile cap and etc. ConcreteAI solution can also be applied to all common mix designs, including concrete with fly ash, GGBS and others. Feel free to contact us via email or phone if you would to clarify further.
  • What kind of structures or concrete mix can ConcreteAI solution be applied to?
    ConcreteAI sensors can be used for all types of concrete structures, for example wall, slab, column, beam, viaduct, hollow-core, pile cap and etc. ConcreteAI solution can also be applied to all common mix designs, including concrete with fly ash, GGBS and others. Feel free to contact us via email or phone if you would to clarify further.
  • How many data points are required inside a structure to measure compressive strength?
    Traditionally, we suggest installing a minimum of 2 data points within a structure or casting area. These monitoring points should be positioned at critical locations where the maximum working stress occurs. At the critical locations, a redundant sensor will also be placed. For every project, we will coordinate with and seek approval from the project team to finalize the monitoring plan. Should you require clarification on monitoring specific structures or casting items, please don't hesitate to reach out to us via email or phone.
  • How many data points are required inside a structure to measure compressive strength?
    Traditionally, we suggest installing a minimum of 2 data points within a structure or casting area. These monitoring points should be positioned at critical locations where the maximum working stress occurs. At the critical locations, a redundant sensor will also be placed. For every project, we will coordinate with and seek approval from the project team to finalize the monitoring plan. Should you require clarification on monitoring specific structures or casting items, please don't hesitate to reach out to us via email or phone.
  • How many data points are required inside a structure to measure compressive strength?
    Traditionally, we suggest installing a minimum of 2 data points within a structure or casting area. These monitoring points should be positioned at critical locations where the maximum working stress occurs. At the critical locations, a redundant sensor will also be placed. For every project, we will coordinate with and seek approval from the project team to finalize the monitoring plan. Should you require clarification on monitoring specific structures or casting items, please don't hesitate to reach out to us via email or phone.
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