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Smooth progress of work despite extreme superstructure dimensions

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Doka cantilever forming traveller scores top marks for high adaptability and short cycle times on a massively dimensioned bridge superstructure in Nitra, Slovakia.
Stephanie Lutz
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  • The modular design concept underlying the cantilever forming travellers made it possible to enlarge them with two extra longitudinal trusses assembled from standard components, so as to adapt them to the exceptionally broad 26 m wide bridge superstructure
  • The use of new and extremely powerful drive components allowed the CFTs to be travelled from one casting section to the next safely and without difficulty, despite their increased weight.
  • The CFTs’ fully railed-in platforms on all work-deck levels, and their integrated ladderways, ensured the very greatest workplace safety in all phases of the work.

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