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.
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 410 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
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.
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