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Large-area formwork Top 100 tec

The su­per-strong timber-beam formwork for any re­quire­ment

Based on the heavy-du­ty Beam I tec 20, the new Large-area formwork Top 100 tec sys­tem is the ide­al so­lu­tion for si­t­u­a­tions re­quir­ing ab­so­lute di­men­sio­n­al ac­cu­ra­cy, de­spite high con­crete pres­sures and wide­ly spaced form-ties. The shape, size, tie-hole pat­tern and form-fac­ing of the el­e­ments can now be adapt­ed bet­ter than ev­er to suit any re­quire­ment.

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Low­er labour costs

due to the op­ti­mised wal­ing planes 

Large form-tie pat­tern, yet with the same per­mitt­ed fresh-con­crete pres­sure

  • low in­s­tal­la­tion costs, as there are up to 30 per­cent few­er form-tie points
  • few­er man­hours, as there are up to 30 per­cent few­er con­nec­tors

Fast pour­ing

en­abled by the high per­mitt­ed fresh-con­crete pres­sure 

Can al­so be di­men­sioned, with­out re­stric­tion, for easy-work­a­bil­i­ty and/or self-com­pact­ing con­cretes, thanks to

  • the heavy-du­ty I tec 20 beam
  • the Top100 tec wal­ing WU14
  • the Tie-rod sys­tem 20.0

Cuts costs in the civ­il en­gi­neer­ing field

with its very high de­gree of equip­ment util­i­sa­tion 

Re­duced ma­te­rials us­age, and easi­er site-erec­tion, as

  • par­al­lel gird­er­frame units can be spaced wider apart on bridges
  • the op­ti­mised hole-grid al­lows great free­dom when in­s­talling form-ties and accessories such as spin­dle struts
  • it per­mits cont­in­u­ous adapt­a­bil­i­ty to the de­sired form-tie pat­tern

Ar­chi­tec­tu­ral stip­u­la­tions can be re­alised eco­nom­i­cal­ly

as large form-tie pat­terns are pos­si­ble and any type of form-fac­ing can be used 

Su­perla­tive con­crete fin­ish­es, as

  • the stif­fer el­e­ments im­prove sur­face plane­ness
  • the form-fac­ing is screwed on from the rear, leav­ing no screw-head im­prints
  • the op­ti­mised formwork el­e­ment con­nec­tor means there is less bleed­ing

Com­pre­hen­sive work­place safe­ty

with com­pat­i­ble lad­der­ways and work­ing plat­forms 

  • safe ver­ti­cal ac­cess with the Lad­der sys­tem XS
  • work­place safe­ty on all sides with the Platform sys­tem Xsafe plus
  • prac­ti­cal accessories – such as pan­el struts, lift­ing/re­po­si­tion­ing de­vices etc. – make for safe, easy han­dling of the formwork

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