BASF’s new smartphone application MyConcrete is now available in the Asia-Pacific, allowing instant access to information on concrete properties.
The new mobile app designed to help concrete producers to produce quality concrete
Intended for contractors, engineers, architects, and producers, the free MyConcrete app serves as a channel to a range of information on the fundamentals of concrete use. The app includes concepts and design factors, provides answers to questions on concrete slump, air, finishability, and set time, as well as offers information on BASF products for concrete producers.
“MyConcrete is like having a textbook in your hand,” says Viswanath Mahadevan, director of Admixture Systems Business Management at BASF Construction Chemicals Asia-Pacific. “We want our customers to get the information they need, when they need it, wherever they are. With MyConcrete on their mobile devices, they will always have access to information about our products and how to use them – allowing them to achieve better productivity.”
MyConcrete app includes a Surface Evaporation calculator to determine the risk of shrinkage cracking and a Concrete Temperature calculator for freshly mixed concretes, which help professionals understand the effects of ambient conditions on concrete. Local weather conditions are considered in the calculators based on GPS or chosen location.
MyConcrete can be downloaded free of charge from Apple and Google Play stores by searching for “MyConcrete.” The app is available in English, Japanese, and Vietnamese.
By Thanh Van
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