Concrete Temperature Monitoring
Selection of concrete temperature monitoring data loggers. Ensure the concrete pour correctly cures. Easy to use, low-cost models up to fully dedicated commercial-grade kits with weatherproof case and software.
Concrete temperature monitoring data loggers measure concrete maturity by logging the elapsed time vs. temperature. It is shown as a maturity number which is then used to determine when the concrete has cured sufficiently so the sensor cables can be removed.
For these concrete curing applications, the Concrete Maturity Meter Kit from Grant helps ensure that the concrete pour correctly sets due to stable temperatures.
This cost-effective data logging kit is expressly designed to monitor concrete temperatures even in the worst weather, protected inside the included weatherproof case. When the memory is full, it’s easy to connect the Grant logger to a PC or laptop using the USB interface and download all the data. The convenient kit also includes 6 Type K or T thermocouple inputs along with SquirrelView Software for data analysis and viewing temperature profiles in custom graphs and charts.
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VersaLog VL-TC7 Thermocouple Input Channels, 1 Internal Thermistor Channel. $588.00
Grant OQ6106 type k or t thermocouple input channels, battery-powered $1,436.00
dataTaker DT80WUp to 15 analog sensor inputs, 12 flexible digital terminals, integrated wifi. $2,930.00
Grant OQ610-S6 type K or T thermocouple input channels, battery-powered $1,436.00
Grant CMK610-SConcrete Maturity Kit: OQ610-S, Durable Case, & SquirrelView Software. $2,236.00
dataTaker DT85MUp to 48 analog sensor inputs, 12 flexible digital terminals, cellular modem. $4,630.00