Concrete Quality Control Software
Concrete is a foundational building material, which means it must exceed quality and strength expectations throughout rigorous testing. Manage the entire concrete quality control process with smarter concrete quality control software.
ForneyVault concrete quality control software consists of three essential building blocks that other solutions lack:
- A private cloud database.
- An interface for accessing and communicating with that database.
- A two-way integration with testing machines and other software.
ForneyVault concrete quality control software is used by concrete producers to remove error-prone manual processes and deliver product on time and on spec. ForneyVault also helps government agencies, DOTs and project owners verify the quality of concrete and move projects forward.
ForneyVault creates an unbreakable, auditable link between the concrete specimen, the machine and the test. This integration allows data to flow to and from the machine in a structured, unalterable and secure format, eliminating all human intervention from the concrete QC process.
Our concrete quality control software helps you securely access, analyze and report on ForneyVault concrete testing results if you do not have your own LIMS or other reporting system.
Automatic Alerts & Notifications
Material producers can stay on top of any possible testing issues and materials non-compliance.
Digital Reporting Approval Workflow
Professional engineers can efficiently manage reports from approval and e-signing to stakeholder distribution.
Lab technicians can automate and validate the concrete specimen discard management process to reduce the risk of an inadvertent discard and stay compliant, organized and on target with client expectations.
Remove Error-Prone Manual Processes with Concrete Quality Control Software
Concrete mix designs are a careful balance of learning, testing and compliance. ForneyVault helps materials producers do all three by allowing users to go completely paperless in the field and the lab – and automating every step of the QC process. By eliminating manual specimen identification with barcode technology and eliminating redundant handwriting, retyping and data entry, producers can focus technical resources on innovating mix designs.
Concrete Quality Control Software Helps Producers Deliver Product On Time & On Spec
Concrete quality control software not only prevents recording errors but also allows operators to run more tests in less time. Test strength, recipe, design or anything else of ready-mix concrete, CMU blocks or other concrete materials – faster and with a higher level of accuracy and transparency. Lab engineers and technicians can focus on more critical tasks, and product designers can defend results and methods with unalterable, original test data stored forever. Moreover, an automated process will help concrete producers ensure the consistency, workability, durability and strength of their final concrete product.
Analyze Concrete Trends with Concrete Quality Control Software
With ForneyVault, producers can view test results in ForneyTools, their own QA/QC solution, LIMS or third-party software. Users can generate reports, analyze trends and export data to key stakeholders, as well as access critical testing information in seconds – instead of spending time sifting through data spread across emails, PDFs, spreadsheets and paper documents. Concrete producers can not only defend mix designs but also stay compliant with client orders, engineering specs and industry standards.
SEE FORNEYVAULT IN ACTION
Not all concrete quality control software are created equal. And only one provides not only an end-to-end workflow from the field to the lab but also a two-way connection between concrete sample data and testing machines. See how ForneyVault makes testing labs and producers more productive, accurate, transparent – and construction projects as a whole more connected and secure – by requesting a demo. We will review how ForneyVault works, what you need to get started, how ForneyVault fits into your reporting, and results you can expect in the short and long terms.