Inditherm has developed new solutions for the construction industry,
notably in concrete curing, infrastructure heating and railways. CPT is
particularly useful for accelerated curing of in-situ concrete and precast concrete,
as well as enabling users to carry out winter and cold weather
The technology has been extensively tested and proven to cure precast
concrete, accelerating strength development, and vastly reducing production
The company is supported academically by Sheffield Hallam
University through Professor P.S.
Mangat who is the Director of the University's Centre for Infrastructure
Management (CIM). The centre provides expert advice on construction materials
and asset management. Professor Mangat is also a non-executive Director of
Inditherm Construction Ltd.
In conjunction with the Centre for Infrastructure Management at Sheffield Hallam
University, Inditherm has been awarded a major grant from the European
Union's Sixth Framework (FP6) programme. The grant will support a two year
project entitled "Low Voltage Accelerated Curing Systems for Concrete"
based on the core Inditherm technology as the heat source. The systems
will be developed within a trans-European consortium of development partners
who, between them, will receive more than €1 million in EU aid. The LOVACS
consortium includes academics, precast concrete mould manufacturers and end
users - such as specialist concrete contractors and precast concrete
Tarmac Precast Concrete Ltd (UK); ERBA Holland
BV (Holland); Angio S.A.
(Spain); Bikani S
L (Spain); Kalab
Building Ltd (Czech Republic); Prefa IP j.s.c. (Czech Republic); WPS SA (Poland); Prefabet - Kolbuszowa
SA (Poland); Academia Gorniczo -
Fundacion Labein (Spain); and RIBM Brno
Ltd (Czech Republic).
to see the LOVACS web site >>