Where and For What Can You Use Concrete Maturity?

Concrete sensors are widely all over the globe for:

  • Wet- and dry casting
  • Job site castings and precast castings
  • Different concreting methods (mass concreting, tilt-up constructions, slip forms, jump forms, pre- and post-tensioning etc.
  • Different structures (civil infrastructure, utility constructions and building structures)
  • Standard concrete, ultra-high strength concrete and low carbon concretes
  • Different project locations / seasonal conditions


Each type of concreting job is different and the Maturix sensors can be adapted to them as they are very versatile. The needs and requirements might be different but we have experienced the success of our clients using the Maturix system in almost every type of construction project, country and weather conditions.

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Maturity Monitoring in Hot- and Cold Weather Concreting

Concreting under changing and difficult weather conditions whether it is cold- or hot weather makes it difficult to cure concrete properly. The concrete might be exposed to high temperature differences in cross section, too long curing times in cold weather etc. 

Managing the concrete curing with sensors during these challenging conditions is an effective way to keep track of what is happening and ensure an optimal temperature and strength development. Having the sensor placed in the concrete is like placing a set of eyes inside the concrete. You know exactly what is happening and which actions need to be taken adjusted to this. This can be placing covers in the right time or adjusting the effect on cooling pipes for example.