A few years ago builders to create formwork used the only wood. Currently it puts more and more frequently on modern formwork systems that allow for more efficient, flexible and precise work.
The company Olan implemented for the production of formwork system concept MINI-BOX in order to streamline and facilitate the assembly of large and heavy shuttering boards. By reducing the size and weight of the formwork they have become more robust and easy to use. Their assembly and disassembly can be carried out manually, even by a single employee.
Shuttering MINI-BOX is a response to the needs of companies engaged in small and medium-sized objects, mainly commercial buildings, building houses, building foundations, foundations, silos and retaining walls. The system is based on two types of plates, core molding and wall formwork and multi-function boards for forming poles and corners - from small-sided surface, after extensive double-sided formwork. Their structure is composed of a flat and a 12 mm plywood sheet.
Formwork lightweight and easy to use
The concept of the whole system allows for flexible and fast construction formwork. All panels are so light and easy to handle, they can be easily moved and installed without the use of a crane. Against the background of competing solutions MINI-BOX is distinguished by an increased resistance and higher allowable concrete pressure on the formwork. It owes its durability to the unique design in which the internal lattice is made of flat bars having a thickness of 5 mm, while the external border of the flat 6 mm.
Save time and material
By using formwork system MINI-BOX user is able to significantly increase the efficiency of work on site. System boards can be used up to 100 times, without the need to replace them. In traditional systems, e.g.,. By using the wood planks, formwork elements became unusable even after first use. For these reasons, formwork systems are consequently much cheaper than conventional boards. In addition, the time of their installation and concreting is much shorter.