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Explore Tector's case studies on innovative moisture management solutions for detecting water ingress in buildings.

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Insights to empower developers
Construction projects require multiple complicated projects to be managed at any given time. With proactive water monitoring, developers have one less thing to worry about - and are also to use the water data collected to inform their actions.
Extra safety for contractors
Proactive monitoring ensures that when errors happen or project areas aren’t properly sealed, contractors are alerted to it on the day and can fix it immediately, rather than only learning when damage spreads.

Smith & Wallwork, faced water damage risks during the construction of the Northgate House in the center of Oxford. Traditional moisture monitoring methods proved inadequate.

In response, Tector's wireless sensors were strategically placed, providing real-time data on moisture, temperature, and humidity. This proactive approach enabled the building owner to detect another leak that they initially thought had been fixed, which could have led to structural risks and another round of costly repairs if it had gone undetected.

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The REWINNUSE project, in collaboration with M-Sora, the Slovenian Forestry Institute, and the Norwegian Institute for Bioeconomic Research (NIBIO), aimed to address the challenges faced by Slovenian joinery manufacturers in sourcing raw material, particularly spruce wood. With spruce becoming increasingly scarce and expensive, alternative wood species and innovative window design were explored.

The project tested the use of alternative wood species and demountable joints for wooden windows, aiming for environmentally friendly solutions while reducing dependence on market fluctuations.

Special use case

Learn about Roskilde Kommune’s construction project of a children's institution in Ringparken, emphasizing sustainability and indoor climate quality, aiming for the prestigious DGNB Heart-certification.

Tector's moisture detection system were integrated into the project to gather data for future timber construction efforts and ensure quality assurance throughout the construction and usage phases.

Building Owner
Mass timber

Kruse Smith, a leading Norwegian project developer and contractor, is leveraging Tector moisture management solution in their mass timber construction projects. By strategically placing Tector’s sensors, they gain valuable insights into moisture levels, ensuring better control over construction quality and proactive identification of potential issues.

This case study highlights how the innovative use of technology improves construction processes and mitigates risks in large-scale projects.

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In the heart of the Slovenian wilderness stands the wooden church of Javorca, a poignant memorial to fallen soldiers of World War I. Over time, however, this historic structure faced decay from harsh mountain weather.

To safeguard its legacy, Boštjan Lesar’s team from the University of Ljubljana turned to Tector, for real-time water ingress monitoring and protection. Through careful data analysis and targeted interventions, Boštjan’s team is preserving the church's structural integrity while maintaining its original character.

Historical landmark
Special use case

Glostrup Hospital is embarking on the construction of a new neurorehabilitation center spanning 25,000 m2, dedicated to caring for patients with brain and spinal cord injuries. The integration of intelligent moisture sensors, facilitated by collaboration between the construction firm and consulting company COWI, enhances safety measures for developers.

This case study explores the strategic placement and proactive monitoring of moisture levels in exposed areas of the construction, highlighting the sensor's pivotal role in quality assurance and sustainability efforts.

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