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Biological Heating Power Plant in Bad Mergentheim, Germany

Biological Heating Power Plant in Bad Mergentheim, Germany

Three building site pours were conducted on the site of a biological heating power plant. The largest building parts were the walls, each over 10 meters high and with 46 to 61 cubic meters of concrete. MEVA’s StarTec frame formwork was used for these walls and handled the highest measured fresh concrete pressure of almost 65 kN/m².

The measuring results with SolidCheck were between 14% and 30% below the results of the knead-bag tests and corresponded with the actual concrete pressure measured. This resulted in a time-saving of 2h per pour SolidCheck.

Office Building in Heilbronn, Germany

Office Building in Heilbronn, Germany

Two more measurements were done on the construction site of an office building on a wall 8.60 m high. Concrete setting time measured with SolidCheck was between 17% and 22% below the guesswork based on the knead-bag test and corresponded with the actual concrete pressure measured on site. This means a time saving of 0.9h per concrete pour.

X-Ray Centre for Hospital in Horb, Germany

X-Ray Centre for Hospital in Horb, Germany

SolidCheck was employed on during the construction of an x-ray centre for a hospital in Horb, Germany. For the purposes of x-ray protection, the walls poured were 1.55 m thick 4.58 m long and 3,44 m high. A radiation protection concrete mixture with a bulk density of 34 kN/m³. A concrete pressure of 65 kN/m² was measured with pressure gauges.

SolidCheck delivered a setting time of 7% below the estimated value on the basis of the knead-bag bag test and corresponded reliably with the concrete pressure actually measured. This resulted in a time saving of 0.4h per concrete pour.