Inclify provides full control of displacements and strains of inclinometer columns. It gathers data from measurements 24/7 and makes them available in a clear form of charts, reports and statistics. This is the first solution that, for the price of manual, periodical measurements, provides all functions of automatic monitoring systems - any number of measurement sessions, access to on-line data and an alert system based on fixed thresholds.
Inclify is the first automatic system of inclinometric monitoring at the price of manual measurements. Continuous measurement of diaphragm wall displacements in a simple subscription - without investment and maintenance costs of expensive measuring equipment. It's a top-of-the-line monitoring system available on demand when it's needed the most. Affordable subscription includes: any number and frequency of measurements, access to on-line results, readable automatic reports, statistics and charts, as well as sms and/or e-mail alarms on exceedances of user-defined limit values. Measuring equipment, installation, maintenance? All will be taken care of by Inclify.com experts.
Inclify's inclinometer monitoring system uses MEMS sensors (micro-electro-mechanical). The sensors are placed in probes, which are connected to each other in sets. These inclinometric chains are placed in the inclinometric pipes, installed in the diaphragm walls. Data from each set is sent to the recorder located on the construction site wirelessly, which eliminates the problem with cabling. Inclinometers are battery-operated, while the recorder requires a 230V power supply. The recorder sends data via a GSM network to a measurement server, where they are processed and analyzed. The whole system has been designed by SHM system engineers in such a way that after connecting the sensors in the measuring chain and placing them in the inclinometer tube, the system configures itself and connects with the recorder. From this point, the sensor data is visible on-line after logging in to the measuring platform.
Yes, if the number of planned measurements is large enough. For example: if sessions are scheduled every week, Inclify will be cheaper than manual measurements after just 10 weeks.
As a standard, we have provided the possibility of installing up to 80 probes (sensors) with a length of 1 m in one inclinometer pipe. The number of inclinometer pipes (inclinometer sets) on one construction site is not limited. If it is necessary to install more sensors in one pipe, or if you are interested in bidirectional sensors - please contact our technical department.
Displacements of diaphragm walls that are dangerous for the surrounding buildings, are those in the direction of the excavation (perpendicular to the wall plane). Displacements in the wall plane are negligible. Therefore, in our standard solution, we perform measurements of displacements in the plane perpendicular to the cavity wall, because only they need to be monitored.
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