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Heavy-du­ty sup­port­ing sys­tem DokaShore

The ex­tra-high-ca­pac­i­ty cost-sav­ing shoring sys­tem for heavy loads

The Load-bearing tow­er DokaShore is used for sup­port­ing e.g. bridge su­per­struc­tures made of pre-cast con­crete mem­bers or CIP con­crete, tur­bine plat­forms and wide-spanned drive-through ac­cess open­ings, cost-ef­fec­tive­ly and safe­ly.

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Mul­ti-func­tio­n­al

thanks to wide-rang­ing mo­d­u­lar sys­tem 

  • can be used to shore both pre-cast and CIP con­crete mem­bers
  • can be adapt­ed to dif­fer­ing re­quire­ments, as the sys­tem can be used for stand-alone struts, pri­mary planes or heavy-du­ty shoring towers
  • can trans­fer high loads of up to 430 kN, due to the high load-bearing ca­pac­i­ty of the Strut SL-1
  • cont­in­u­ous height ad­just­ment made pos­si­ble by the strut spac­ing grid and strut spin­dle

High stan­dard of safe­ty

achieved by de­tailed pro­ject-spe­cif­ic plan­n­ing 

  • safe­ty dur­ing sys­tem set-up is aid­ed by the me­thod­i­cal erec­tion se­quence
  • can be pre-as­sem­bled in the hor­i­zon­tal and lift­ed safe­ly in­to the ver­ti­cal be­cause the pri­mary beam and strut are bolt­ed to­gether
  • de­pend­able sta­bil­i­ty as­sured by the type-test­ed Strut SL-1

High­ly cost-ef­fi­cient

be­cause it is an op­ti­mised sys­tem so­lu­tion 

  • less equip­ment and erec­tion-work need­ed, as there are on­ly a small num­ber of dif­fer­ent parts, all with a high load rat­ing
  • low­er costs due to the use of rentable sys­tem components
  • time-sav­ings from op­ti­mised work­flows

The high load capacity of SL-1 struts greatly reduces the amount of shoring equipment needed, which also permits wide drive-through access openings.