The fast, versatile hand-set system
Up to 3 times the lifespan, thanks to built-in shock absorber
Floor prop with impact protector
1-2-4 – these are the maximum spacings for setting-up Dokaflex 1-2-4. Triangular marks on the beams serve as a built-in 'measuring tape'
Dokaflex 1-2-4 slide rule: equipment needs for large and small rooms are easily calculated based on the floor area available from your Doka adviser
Technical slide rule Dokaflex 20: quick and easy optimisation of beam and prop spacing directly on-site available from your Doka adviser
just a few steps and your beam spacings are calculated directly on our website or by using our app: www.doka.com/apps
Quantities commissioned are reduced because approx. 75 percent of the system components become available for reuse, thus yielding optimal utilisation of the equipment. The stripping process is very efficient and cost-optimised because it is defined.
The Doka Xtra head permits early stripping, thereby speeding up the whole workflow.
Floor slab with Doka Xtra formwork still in place
Folding tripods and intermediate props are removed
Floor-slab formwork is lowered using the Doka Xtra head
The secondary beams, and most of the formwork sheets, are removed
The primary beams are removed. The temporary reshoring stays in place until the concrete has attained sufficient load-bearing strength.
If the project requires early stripping, the Dokaflex timber-beam formwork system can be equipped with the Doka Xtra head. It permits early stripping and most of the formwork equipment can be reused right away in the next casting section.
Reliably casting concrete surfaces in the desired fair-faced concrete category is quite a challenge,…
Documents for this system are as well available via the Doka Manuals App.