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Visit us at Booth C5803 to see the Somero Floor Levelness System® and vote here for the Most Innovative Product at the World of Concrete!!
Is your Grade Control System running at its best? Are you having issues with F numbers but don’t know where to start? Are you interested in becoming a more experienced operator?
Somero Enterprises® is proud to announce the Somero Floor Levelness System®. The first technology of its kind, the Somero Floor Levelness System® monitors Laser Screed® performance, operator performance, and reports alert percentages of issues.
The benefits of this amazing technology are:
TRAINING TOOL FOR NEW AND EXPERIENCED OPERATORS
- New operators can learn proper techniques for stabilizer adjustment, head touchdowns, and boom speed. Continuous feedback is provided reinforcing concepts and alerting the operator when issues are detected. The score system shows improvements when changes are made.
- Experienced operators can fine tune their techniques and know when to adjust valve speeds to optimize the screeding performance for that day’s productivity.
EARLY ALERT AND WARNING SYSTEM
All operators can benefit from instantly knowing if screeding performance is decreasing. An adjustable warning level for audible and visual alerts instantly notifies the operator if performance is below their expectations. The operator can use the alert system to make adjustments to technique or to the screed and redo the pass to improve the floor quality. The system is capable of detecting small changes which are typically not detectable by the operator, making the system ideal for detecting issues with minimal operator effort.
MAXIMIZE LASER SCREED PERFORMANCE
- Real-time feedback shows how well the Laser Screed is performing.
- Alert System suggests methods for optimizing performance by providing percentages of what is wrong and how often.
HELPS ISOLATE ISSUES WITH FLOOR QUALITY
Floor quality can be challenging to understand because the floor is measured after all aspects of the pour are complete. Some processes before and after screeding can improve floor quality while others can lower it. The advantage of the Floor Levelness System is that if the scoring system remains high then the screed is working well. The question of what else has changed can be asked. This helps isolate changes from pour to pour to better understand what impacts floor quality.
Visit us at the World of Concrete 2016, February 2 – 5, 2016 at Booth# C5803 to see this product in person.