Formwork standard panels with filler or extension panels.

Formwork Systems

 

 

Wall Formwork Systems

 

H20 –
Plywood Wall Form

 

 

Figure
4 – Timber Formwork

H20
Plywood has simple design and planning. It provide dimensional variability, so
it is easily accommodated to different projects. It allows working with other
types of form together.

 

The system
comes with H20 timber beam (Figure 4) and steel
waling as stiffener and the surface is plywood. This combination reduces the
weight of the panels. System can carry up to 50 kN/m2 of concrete
pressure. Panels can be installed horizontally, vertically and the corners with
simple details.

 

 

 

Steel Wall
Form

 

It
provides excellent concrete surfaces. It reduces finishing works and related
labour costs.

 

Lighter
steel wall form system has a capacity to resist 60 kN/m2 concrete
pressure.

 

It is very
durable and it can easily used for any concrete wall and shaft construction.

 

Figure
5 – Steel Formwork

Steel
wall form system (Figure 5) can reach
any dimensions by using standard panels with filler or extension panels. Its
steel nature provides durability and enable the form to be reused for several
projects.

 

 

Common thread to this two wall form
systems can also be used
as single-sided wall form for structures such as retaining walls, foundation
walls, dam walls by the help of special components which eliminates the need of
fixation by tie-rods.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Column Formwork Systems

 

Figure
6 – Steel Formwork

Steel
Column Form

 

This form
has excellent quality of concrete surfaces and it requires no extra repair.

 

It can
erect and strip easily, also it reduces labour costs.

Steel
Column Form (Figure 6) is
adjustable for various cross sections. It reduces projects cost by casting
different columns with same formwork.

 

Standard
steel column form can cast rectangular sections from 300×300 to 1000×1000 mm,
at every 50 mm increment. There are two types of column forms with maximum
admissible concrete pressure of 80 kN/m2 and 100 kN/m2
respectively. Forms can come in modular panels or single panel in accordance
with the height of the structure.

 

Circular
column form system is supplied as two half-circle panels. This makes on-site
erection and stripping very fast. Concrete pressure capacity can be up to 100
kN/m2.

 

 

 

H20 –
Plywood Column Form

 

 

Figure
7 – Timber Formwork

It
has adjustable waling whereby casting of columns up to 1200 mm width with.

 

Its
maximum concrete pressure of 100 kN/m2.

 

It has simple
details corner fixation.

 

These
column forms offer similar features as H20/plywood wall forms (Figure 7). The System is
quick to erect and allows fast casting of concrete. Easy handling, simple
planning and quick production on-site are other advantages of the system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            Slab
Forms Systems

 

Figure
8 – H-Type Scaffolding with GT 24

            H-Type Scaffolding System

 

H type scaffolding
system (Figure 8) has these
specialities: easy storage, transportation and erection. It offer high load
bearing capacity.

 

It is also
multi-purpose system which can be used as working scaffold or table form.

 

The rapid
system is economical and safe. It can be used as access scaffold, slab shoring
system.

 

As it has
a high loading capacity and safe connection details, H type scaffolding is
suitable to high shoring applications.

 

By
installing stairs and large landings in the standard frame, it can become a
very safe access tool suitable to all height. The system can be telescopic
vertically.

 

 

 

Wooden Products

 

 

Figure
10 – GT24 Timber Beam

Figure
9 – H20 Timber Beams

H20
Timber Beams
can be used as main support and secondary girder for all concrete formwork.
It’s a durable, light weight (5kg/m) and flexible. Standard dimensions of 2.45,
2.90, 3.30, 3.60, 3.90, 4.90 and 5.90 m are available. Special lengths up to 12
m are produced up on request.

 

 

 

The
durability and load carrying capacity of the GT 24 (Figure 10) has been found to
meet the needs of both palatal and wall molds compared to other 20 cm form
beams, smaller beams, steel dikes.

 

 

 

 

Figure
11 – Plywoods

Plywood
Shuttering Panels are strong, rigid and carefully finished film-faced
panels have ultimate lifetime. They are available in various thicknesses and
combinations.

 

 

Load Bearing System Elements

 

 

Figure
12 – Column

Column

 

 

The column
(Figure 12) is the
vertical structural elements in the load bearing system.

 

They
transfer forces, such as moment or shear force, which are formed from external
and internal effects to the foundation and the ground.

 

The main
purpose of the columns is supporting the structure.

 

 

 

 

Figure
13 – Shear Wall

Shear Wall

 

The long
side of the shear walls (Figure 13) is at
least 7 times the short edge of the column.

 

The
moments of inertia in the long side direction are much larger and effectively
carry the horizontal loads in the long side direction.

 

They are
usually use to increase the stiffness and strength of structures over 25 meters
in height and to limit lateral displacements.

 

 

 

Beam

 

Figure
14 – Beams (without concrete)

It
is a horizontal load bearing that transfers the loads on a slab to a vertical
load bearing such as a wall or a column. It must be durable for bending.

 

Also, beam
(Figure 14) is the
elements that transfer the loads from the upholstery and other beams to the
columns or to the load bearing system.