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Dokamatic table

The safe table­form for fast forming

The in­no­va­tive­ly de­signed Dokamatic table is the fast way to form large ar­eas of slab. The sys­tem is op­ti­mised to give short forming-times, and copes well with vary­ing struc­tu­ral-de­sign and ge­o­met­ri­cal re­quire­ments. Save on man­hours and crane time: with the 'DoKart plus', the ta­bles can eas­i­ly be trav­elled to their next lo­ca­tion by just one man work­ing on his own.

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Cuts labour costs by at least 50 per­cent
as ta­bles can be re­po­si­tioned with no need for a crane 

  • short­ens build-times and cuts as­sem­b­ly costs be­cause com­plete units can be re­po­si­tioned
  • hor­i­zon­tal re­po­si­tion­ing can be han­dled by just one per­son, with the high­ly ma­noeu­vrable 'DoKart plus' shift­ing de­vice
  • ver­ti­cal re­po­si­tion­ing us­ing the climbing Table Lift­ing Sys­tem TLS, in­de­pen­dent­ly of the wind con­di­tions, frees up the crane for other us­es

Quick to adapt to lay­out, height and floor thick­ness
thanks to its prac­ti­cal con­struc­tio­n­al de­sign 

  • in­fill zones can be in­te­grat­ed in­to the sys­tem by us­ing inser­tion beams
  • in­tel­li­gent con­struc­tio­n­al de­sign per­mits cont­in­u­ous tran­si­tion­ing to Dokaflex
  • eas­i­ly re­lo­cat­able swiv­el heads for adapt­ing to dif­fer­ent floor thick­ness­es
  • ver­satile, as it can be shored us­ing ei­ther floor props, table frames or load-bearing towers

High safe­ty around slab-edges
to pro­tect your em­ploy­ees 

  • in­te­grable table plat­forms mean there is no need for work and pro­tection plat­forms
  • pre-planned sys­tem so­lu­tions make quick work of forming drop beams and stop-ends
  • swiv­el-mount­ed floor props make it easy to move the ta­bles out over para­pets
  • high load ca­pac­i­ty, achieved by rigid re­s­traint of the floor props

Fast construction workflows without the crane: with the Table Lifting System TLS, tableforms are brought up to the next floor at the push of a button.

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System

Sys­tem di­men­sions with a 'grid' log­ic

  • available in four rentable standard formats with an underlying 'grid' logic: 4.00 m x 2.00 m, 4.00 m x 2.50 m, 5.00 m x 2.00 m, 5.00 m x 2.50 m
  • pre-assembled table grille for facing with any desired form-ply

Dokamatic swiv­el-head 40

  • rigid restraint of floor prop for a 10 kN increase in load-bearing capacity
  • floor prop can be swivelled and locked in one working position and two idle positions, for safe, fast working
  • the swivel-head is easy to relocate in the steel primary beam, for optimally adapting the tables to each structure
  • high capacity (slab thicknesses of up to 84 cm) despite the low dead weight of approx. 55 kg/m²

Strong sys­tem components for re­duc­ing your close-out costs

With their field-proven 'top' quality, the Doka formwork sheets, 'H20 top' beams and 'Eurex top' props ensure reliability and a long service life. The flexurally rigid link with the tableform superstructure increases the load capacity of the 'Eurex top' floor props by 10 kN – from 20 kN to 30 kN in the case of a 'Eurex 20 top' prop, and from 30 kN to 40 kN in the case of a 'Eurex 30 top' prop.

Adapt­ing the props

Some simple steps and just a few blows of the hammer are all it takes to fix, change or remove the props. The integrated quick-acting prop connector makes it possible to adapt the tableforms very quickly to all different jobsite tasks.

Tilt­ing back the props...

The tilting mechanism of the Dokamatic swivel-head 40 is very easy to operate.

...in­clud­ing lock­ing func­tion

To enable the tables to be lifted out across parapets and railings unobstructed, the props can be locked at an angle of either 75° (as shown in picture) or 90°.

Util­i­sa­tion

In­te­grat­ed clo­sures

for reducing labour and equipment costs

  • Dokamatic insertion beams are used to integrate infill zones into the system. These insertion beams are pushed in or out as needed, and provide the support surfaces for the formwork sheeting.
  • The infill zones and the tables are repositioned together, which saves even more time.

Safe­ty around floor-slab edges

  • the Dokamatic table platform is fixed directly onto the Dokamatic table, for high workplace safety
  • the fold-down railings on the Dokamatic table platform allow the Dokamatic table to be moved in under already-cast slabs, and to be shifted in one piece with the platform
  • safe platforms with widths of up to 1.50 m

No need for ex­tra work­ing and pro­tection plat­forms

The Dokamatic table platforms are located directly on the work-deck level, so they provide high safety. This does away with the need for extra working and protection platforms on the building – and for the erection work that this would require.

Height ad­just­ment

For slab heights of up to approx. 7.00 m, the applicational range of the Dokamatic table can be extended by 1.50 m with the Dokamatic table frame. For slab heights of over 7.00 m, the Dokamatic table can easily be combined with the Load-bearing tower Staxo 40 or the Load-bearing tower Staxo 100.

In­te­gral adap­ta­tion at slab-edges

  • simple, fast forming of downstand beams with the Dokamatic floor beam plate, for shifting the downstand-beam formwork and the Dokamatic table in one piece
  • the floor beam plate lets you form downstand beams of up to 60 cm in height (in a 5 cm grid)

Lo­gis­tics and tran­s­port

Thanks to their compact design, the Dokamatic tables can be loaded onto a truck on top of one another in a very space-saving way, making for improved logistics and reduced shipping costs.