Moisture sensors for accurate dry‑out measurements of screed

Place the sensor on your floor. Pour the screed. Scan and monitor the relative humidity of your screed instantly in the cloud. Know when your screed is dry without relying on destructive drilling during your dry-out process. And prove your quality for years.

The old way

The screed must be dry to continue construction. But sometimes, it doesn't dry on time. The project stops. On top of all your responsibilities, panic sets in. You use heaters and fans to dry out the screed last minute. And you have paid for multiple expensive drilling tests before getting a certificate that your screed is finally dry

The InviSense way

Place the sensor in your screed. The sensor glues to the floor and is automatically in the middle of the screed. Use the included scanner to get a moisture reading any time you want. Now, you always know the relative humidity of your screed. Save money and time with zero destructive drillings. See the journey from wet to dry in the cloud service.

Eliminate guesswork and make your screed drying predictable and simple


The ScreedSensor

Take control of screed drying with our screed sensor. It's simple: attach it to the floor before the screed application, scan it weekly, and track drying progress in the cloud. You'll know exactly when it's dry and detect any deviations promptly. This enables swift interventions, which help you keep your crucial construction milestones and schedule.

Key features

  • Smart moisture tracking for enhanced drying insights
  • +40 years durability with reliable adhesion for quick setup
  • Scan frequency based on actual dry-out levels
  • Built-in screed depth measurement
  • Non-destructive to the screed

Questions? Answers.

We know a few things about moisture control, the construction industry, and how construction managers can avoid project delays. We're to help. Get in touch.

When do I install the sensor?

Prime the floor first, then install the sensor. Installing the ScreedSensor after priming gives you the screed's most accurate relative humidity measurements.

What happens if I don’t register the temperature?

Nothing. The ScreedSensor will still give you relative humidity readings in your screed. However, if there's a problem, a common question is, "What was the temperature?" That's because temperature influences the screed's moisture content. Knowing the temperature can help explain deviations in your drying process.

What type of ScreedSensor is right for my type of screed?

The type of ScreedSensor you need depends on the screed thickness you want to use. Place the sensor 30-50% down in the screed for the best moisture measurements. 

If you use a 40 mm thick screed, use the 20-sensor. For a 50 mm thick screed, use the 35-sensor. 

Remember to register the final screed depth. If the screed depth is different than you planned, our algorithms compensate for the deviations for the highest accuracy.

Why do I need to share the type of screed I use?

Screeds are different. And to give you the best relative humidity measurements, we have tested a wide range of screeds. By telling us your type of screed and thickness, our algorithms help give you the best results on each type of screed you use. 

Discover a construction project booster

Sensors make moisture easy to control. See how the InviSense sensors can simplify your decision-making, cut project time, and make your screed drying process a non-issue. Contact us, and one of our experts will be on the other side to help you.

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