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Digitalization of shotcrete
Move from cumbersome casting to "Plug & Play" solutions
Losinger Marazzi wanted innovation, tailor-made solutions pushed to its limits and BIM integration. It is made possible with Mobbot.
A chambre with 45% recycled concrete aggregates
The element looks like prefabrication, but it is made of recycled concrete thank to MOBBOT technology in partnership with Holcim Switzerland.
Some examples of Mobbot's technology application
Resistant concrete chambers, inspection pits and manholes made-to-measure for low, medium and high voltage cables.
Possibility of adapting to existing electric cables by making tailor-made reservations with great flexibility
Possibility of adapting to existing obstacles in the ground by making tailor-made slits in the chamber
Integration into the landscape thanks to variable wall heights
Reservations flushed with the walls or through
Waterproof concrete (inquire for characteristics)
Ease of installation - Plug & Play
Customized sizing up to the last minute of the site
On-demand sizing of rooms for sites with high constraints (tramway, etc.)
Resistant, quality concrete chamber for signal and telecommunication cables.
Dimensions and thickness of the element flexible and modifiable until the last minute, to take account of obstacles in the ground.
The realization of the elements with the bottom ensures the watertightness of compartment
Uniformity of structure, thanks to robotic manufacturing and automated process
Integration of sleeves, and other tailor-made reservations
Easier intervention on the networks in the event of a breakdown or connection - they are generally made accessible to qualified personnel thanks to the usual covers.
The rounded chambers avoid breaking the optical fiber
Digital twins and possible integration into the BIM model
Quality control and production process tracking for each part
Superior performance and tailor-made reduces the ecological balance
Concrete liquid tanks
Cylindrical and conical tanks for clear, potable, waste and industrial water
Custom heights of tanks reduce the number of joints and the risks of infiltration into the ground of polluting substances
The process used by concrete spraying ensures excellent sealing of the elements
The use of industrial robot ensures a uniform product of high quality
The possibility of realizing tailor-made elements reduce the duration of worksites and therefore the impact on local residents
Reduced trips to the site, reduces the environmental impact
A gravity or weight wall is a retaining wall whose stability is ensured by its own weight.
The additive manufacturing process allows shapes to be designed parametrically.
Architectural form and structural function in one element
Flexibility of shapes without the use of traditional formwork reduces project costs
Partner - Marc Mimram Agency
Agency for Civil engineering works, Infrastructure and Buildings
"The potential of this technique is clearly superior to the 3D concrete printing from the competitors. The speed of MOBBOT is amazing and the quality is superior. "
Program manager for digital planning - Tiefbauamt der Stadt Zürich
“Mobbot can be quick and fast. Fast reactions resulted in quick insights, that completely fulfilled the main objective of our proof of concept."
Managing director - Infra Tunnel SA
"Thanks to Mobbot, we were able to win in visibility of our shotcrete operations and were able to take corrective actions."
Head of infrastructures
Railway and infrastructure solution provider
”The Mobbot’s system has enabled us to have custom-made prefabricated parts, without the constraints linked to the implementation of a formwork or the delivery times of the prefabricators.”
Foreman - Losinger Marazzi SA
Leading General Contractor in Switzerland
"The MOBBOT solution has allowed us to customise each element, reduce the amount of concrete by 25% and improve the safety and ergonomics of working in the spaces”
RWB Group SA
Leading Engineering Firm in Switzerland
"The advantages of this technique are the minimisation of the joints between the elements and therefore a lower risk of water penetration, the use of a high quality concrete and the reactivity of the solution.”