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Lingen cooling tower

Germany

The project at the giant Lingen power-station complex was to build a new cooling tower with a 90 m diameter at the bottom of the shell, tapering to approx. 54 m by the waist of the tower. 90 climbing units of the Doka cooling-tower formwork system SK175 were in action during the construction operations, reaching the final shell height of 123 m in 75 casting steps.

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Lingen cooling tower
Lingen cooling tower
Lingen cooling tower
Lingen cooling tower

Project data

Year of completion
2008
Project duration
7 Months
Country
Germany
Address
Am Hilgenberg
Postcode
49811
Town or city
Lingen
Contractors
Ed. Züblin AG
Structure
Thermal power station
Type of structure
Industrial structures

Cooling tower

Construction method
Curved/round
Structure height
123 m
Height of casting sections
1.50 m
Number of casting sections
75
Cycle time
1 -day cycle