FLIR Systems has released the FLIR intelliRock™ III, the first concrete strength and temperature profiling system which features a built-in thermal imager.
Powered by the FLIR Lepton® thermal micro camera, the intelliRock III system gives construction professionals the quick access to the data and alerts they need to monitor projects, guaranteeing top level concrete quality and ensuring project specifications and deadlines are achieved.
The third generation intelliRock system is the only concrete monitoring tool to feature profiling, allowing users to pick up on delamination, monitor insulation performance, and see curing box and specimen temperatures and other temperature extremes.
It also delivers real-time information, vital for safer and efficient management of concrete-related workflow.
The intelliRock III, which can store up to 999 images, comes a wireless remote with 4G LTE wireless communication and cloud software for easy reporting, saving, and reviewing of critical data from anywhere via mobile device.
Users have the ability to schedule SMS or email alerts to their smartphone for strength, temperature, or differential changes from multiple loggers.
The intelliRock III reader has Bluetooth® connectivity to transfer data to the computer and it is also the only system with uninterruptable, uneditable logging to providing valid, reliable data.
A sliding-scale logger comparison makes sure differentials are accurate, in order to prevent thermal cracking and potential structural defects.
Jim O’Daniel, International Sales and Operations Manager for concrete products at FLIR, praised the intelliRock III for its flexibility, which he says will assist construction professionals in expediting their schedules, ensuring critical specifications are met, whilst avoiding steep penalties associated with unmet deadlines.
For more information on the FLIR intelliRock III, go to www.flir.com/intellirock3
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