Dokadek 30 is a beam-less, hand-set formwork system designed as a lightweight steel structure with yellow coated frames faced with timber/plastic-composite sheeting. Dokadek 30 combines the advantages of a panel floor formwork system with those of Dokaflex floor-slab formwork: its 3 m² large panels make it fast in typical zones, yet – thanks to Dokaflex – it is quick and flexible in the infill zones as well. Dokadek 30 – with or without drop head: the evolution of floor-slab formwork.
Extraordinarily fast forming
by integrating both the typical and infill zone
The typical zones are formed simply by tilting up the beam-less panels, each of up to 3 m² in area
Meshes seamlessly with Dokaflex for time-saving closing of infill zones
Can be connected directly to Dokaflex, allowing grid-independent adaptation to any layout
Uncluttered logistics, as there are only 2 sizes of panel: 2.44 x 1.22 m and 2.44 x 0.81 m
The intermeshing work sequence means both members of 2-man forming crews are always occupied
as the system is set up for working from the ground
with the suspension tool, panels up to 4.00 m can be assembled from the ground-level
safely handled by only two people thanks to the ergonomic design of the grip-holes in the edge-profile
no separate wind bracing needed as the panels come with built-in anti-liftout guard
Handling-method is easy to understand
as the workflow is so logical and obvious
no need to calculate or measure up, as the positions and numbers of props and panels are all made clear by the system
safe to operate, even for semi-skilled crew, as the sequence of worksteps is pre-defined
short introductory training times as the system only has a small number of different parts
horizontal repositioning of 12 m² of Dokadek 30 on the DekDrive – even through narrow doorways and access openings
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Panel with Xlife sheet
The galvanised and yellow coated steel frame of the panel with riveted-on Xlife sheet is long-lived and permits many re-use cycles without changing the form-facing. The small number of joints and the neat joint pattern along with the uniform concrete finish, make it easy to achieve great results, time after time.
Dokadek support head
The standard head for holding the panels firmly. The integral anti-liftout guard prevents any of the panels accidentally falling off, and makes extra precautions (such as wind bracing) unneccessary.
Dokadek XF drop head
and additional closure panels make early stripping of the panels possible. The newly developed 2-stage lowering function and the built-in anti-liftout guard prevent panels from accidentally dropping down.
Floor prop Eurex top
Floor prop with impact protector
durable, due to impact protector
easy-to-turn adjusting nut, thanks to special thread geometry
less physical effort needed because the prop is lightweight
operational safety achieved by consistently high load capacity of at least 20 and/or 30 kN in accordance with EN 1065 – Class D/E
Easy, back-friendly working, from floor-level.
The working posture is generally upright – with Dokadek 30, frequent bending down and inserting panels from above are a thing of the past. Even the job of removing the panels can be done without any laddering; strenuous overhead work is reduced to an absolute minimum.
Fast formwork removal is a critical success factor,
because this operation takes up around 33 % of the total forming time. With Dokadek 30, the panels are stripped out without any time-consuming overhead work. The DekDrive then lets you shift up to 12 m² of Dokadek 30 at a time.
Pre-defined erection sequence
The clearly defined erection sequence prevents the crew from attempting dangerous improvisations, and ensures a consistently high safety level – even when semi-skilled labour is deployed. Because of the number of props and how they are arranged, with Dokadek 30 there is no need to dimension the system in advance.
Railings from the Doka edge protection system XP
Dokadek 30 is fully compatible with the Doka edge protection system XP. This brings an added dimension of safety.
One system, three working methods
Using the standard system
Method 1 plus
Dokadek 30 with proof of concrete strength
Earlier stripping with the Dokadek 30 standard system, based on proof of actual concrete strength
Dokadek 30 with drop-head
Traditional early stripping with drop-head
Fetch the Dokadek panel, engage it and raise the free end
When the panels are engaged, the Dokadek heads hold them and fix them safely. At the usual heights, the free ends of the panels are raised with the Dokadek assembling tool, while at greater heights the suspension tool or the DekLift 4.50 m is used.
Fitting the floor prop
by the second man. Doka's floor prop Eurex 30 top is stable and proven. And with its special thread pitch, it can be backed off very easily at a later stage – even when it is under full load.
Stripping takes a very short time
without strenuous overhead work, and from the safety of ground-level. Overall forming times are greatly reduced when utilising the benefits of Dokadek 30. This brings added productivity.
Method 1 plus – with proof of concrete strength
Fetch the Dokadek panel, hang it into place and raise the free end
and fit the floor props. For the 'without drop-head and with proof of concrete strength' method, Dokadek 30 is erected in the same way as for Method 1.
Real-time measurement of concrete strength permits early stripping
Measuring concrete strength development directly with Concremote right on the site provides targeted management of forming and cast-in-place concreting operations.
Optimisation of construction sequence
Stripping is carried out based on measured data. The actual strength values obtained in Step 2 can be used to determine the earliest possible time of formwork removal. This speeds up the construction process.
Method 2 – with drop-head
Engage panel – raise free end – put up props. In the 'Dokadek 30 with drop-head' method, too, the formwork is set up safely and easily, working from floor-level. The closure panels are then inserted from above, but because these are so narrow (only 15 cm wide) there is no need for any additional fall-hazard precautions.
Reclaim equipment for re-use much sooner: Hammering on the red lowering wedge quickly detaches the panels from the concrete, then tilt down and remove the panels, and take out the closure panels; these items can now be re-used in the next casting section.
Safely supported – right to the end of the job. The floor-slab stays safely shored with the Doka 'Eurex 30 top' floor props until the required concrete strength has been reached.
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