The optimised shuttering and striking mechanism of the slab formwork via Roller Dropheads releases the formwork more quickly for time-critical work in the construction sequence and thus ensures accelerated workflows. Thanks to the cross-swivel head, the slab props of the mobile VIL Slab Formwork solution can also be folded up easily and do not have to be moved by hand. During the moving process, Roller Dropheads automatically bring the formwork back into concreting position.
Importantly, the incremental launching system offers another feature when used as external formwork. The distance between the cured concrete and the formwork is produced directly by means of a mechanism and thus, in the case of steep web walls, does not have to be moved in a horizontal direction as part of an additional work step.
Another advantage is that the clamping points of the trough formwork can be used for anchoring, thus reducing the number of lost components.
The clamping holes of the wall formwork can be used for anchoring the wall supports. The well-thought-out anchoring procedure reduces costs. Time-consuming scaffold tube bracing is no longer required. The flexible VARIOKIT formwork units can be individually adapted to suit the supporting construction and bridge geometry.
Based on the VARIOKIT Engineering Construction Kit, rentable project solutions can be created in order to accelerate and rationalise work operations.