Frami Xlife is a complete system, which also comprises high-performance safety and workplace accessories. The Frami Xlife panels are lightweight and easy to handle, so they can be erected very quickly by hand, without the use of a crane. On sites with a crane, it is also possible to lift several panels at a time, in a gang-form. The ingenious modular design makes for optimum adaptability to all job site conditions.
Frami Xlife is a complete formwork system for walls,
gives you unlimited possible combinations, in both width and height. You can use the panels either upright or horizontal, and the 6" increment together with the steel fillers (2", 1 ½", 1") gives you optimum adaptability of the formwork to the dimensions of the structure, at all times.
Thanks to lightning fast assembly
This is how it is accomplished
Switching to gang forming at any time
The strong system allows
Savings in the details
Look at the full range
Keep your people working safe
All that OSHA requires
Rugged enough to be moved
Frami Xlife uses a lightweight high strength taper tie 1" - 3/4" with 5/8" ends. It combines the advantages of the taper tie with convenience of the Doka super plate, only one size and only one piece for each side. The bolts are also available when inner units with water stop are required.
The Frami and Framax system are very versatile, they can accommodate small to large size columns. We have used them all over the job from our foundations to the 30 - 40 fet high stackable column areas.
Eric Morales, General Superintendent Gulf Building:
We use Frami for all the sheer walls. Now we are using the Dokamatic Table and Staxo system which works great for the higher elevations. It's sturdy, durable, and I can honestly say Doka has been good for us. They have been servicing us properly, on-time, we haven't had any problems.
Micky Manual, Foreman Pankow Builders:
The Frami system is good. Once you connect it all together you can pick it as one and set it back. You don't have to break it back down and put it back together.
Chosen projects in the United States and Canada realized using handset formwork Frami: