SensoCrete Latin America
Dec 20, 2013 - Press Release
SensoCrete is establishing a new and separate “branch” of operation for Latin America, managed by the 2013 ACI Mexico excellence award winner: Ing. José Lozano Ruy Sánchez.
Ing. José Lozano Ruy Sánchez is a graduate of the Civil Engineering School of the Universidad
Iberoamericana in México City, as well as being a Member of the Colegio de Ingenieros Civiles de
Nuevo Leon (Nuevo León Civil Engineers Society.
Ing. José Lozano Ruy Sánchez has an MBA from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México in
Ing. Jose Lozano Ruy Shanchez has forty years of experience in varies activities related to concrete,
aggregates, cement and construction per ce. His mass accumulated knowledge had gained him both
key jobs at leading companies in the industry, such as Cemex, as well as prestigious rolls such as
Director of the Technical Committee of the Mexican Ready Mix Concrete Association (AMIC) in 1985
and 1986, President of the Association from 2000 to 2002 and Vice president from 2003 to 2004, and
from October 2003 to December 2005 General Director of the Mexican Cement and Concrete Institute
(IMCYC) in Mexico, City.
Since 2006, Ing. Jose Lozano Ruy Shanchez is the general manager of a consulting company.
We are honoured and pleased to announce that Ing. Jose Lozano Ruy Shanchez is now the General
Manager of SensoCrete Latin America.
To contact Ing. Jose Lozano Ruy Shanchez:
C.+52 1 81 1500-0443
SensoCrete is the world's most innovative supplier of onboard monitoring and control systems for concrete mixer trucks. The Concrete Optimizer is the most comprehensive and cost effective solution to monitor and control the concrete delivery process. It measures: Volume, Slump, Temperature, revolution count and if the concrete is well mixed while in transit. It provides slump control, added water registration and a full signaling system. All captured data is available online; seamless interface to third party dispatch. Easy installation, does not tamper with the truck's mechanical systems. The system is comprised of: TSU – Truck Sensor Unit. A pseudo hatch with a sensor, Installed on the truck's hatch. TCU – Truck Control Unit. Displays the measured values, key board for water addition, RFID reader for electronic signature. SMU – SensoCrete Mobile Unit. Our onboard computer and monitor used by the driver to operate the system. SensoCrete server – Captures and process the data received from the trucks, and presents it online. Why is it innovative? This approach, penetrating the concrete inside the truck's mixer and measuring its variables, is both new and bold. There is no similar product, no similar approach. It is like breaking the speed of sound: achieving the impossible. Why is it important to measure these variables? Volume: Identify over/under yielding. Avoid disagreements with customers about delivered quantity. Reuse returned concrete. Multi-dropping. Slump: Make adjustments during transit. Quality assurance - results can not be manipulated. Reduces cement consumption by decreasing safety margins. Variation in slump indicates accuracy/inaccuracy in water usage. Temperature: Instant indication to whether the concrete temperature is in the right range to be poured. Identify the stage of the curing process. Quality of the mix: Indicates possibility of segregation or mixing quality. Insinuate possible maintenance issues. Savings; cement consumption, time (engine and driver) Environmental; cement and gas are carbon emission factors If you can measure it, you can control it!
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