Bridge construction beams
'TL' deck girders are products intended to form part of the structure of a slab-on-girder bridge span, and can be up to 16 m, with slab depths of up to 70 cm. These girders, spaced every 67 cm apart, are interconnected ...
The PreCoBeam (Prefabricated Composite Beam) solution is a new bridge construction method invented in the beginning of the new millennium. It is again an example for economic bridge ...
Bridges connect people and regions. Unique constructions enable pedestrians, cars and trains to overcome obstacles. Thanks to the combination of available materials, bridge designs are ...
Span: 1 m - 45 m
Precast Bridge Beams are pre-stressed beams capable of spanning long distances, with maximum spans up to 45 m (depending on loads). They can be used for applications such as fly over ...
BRIDGE BEAMS FOR ROADS, HIGHWAYS, RAILWAYS (INCLUDING HIGH-SPEED RAILWAYS), TUNNELS, ETC… ARE MANUFACTURED USING MAINLY I AND V PROFILES WITH PRE-STRESSED OR POST-STRESSED REINFORCEMENT ...
Span: 12,000 mm
Width: 100 mm - 240 mm
... users and application areas. Ecological and natural construction materials are also perceived by people as a minimum option. As understood from the advances in the laminate wooden timber technology, Glulam ...
Over the years FARCIMAR has been distinguished, mainly, for its ability to create new articles providing, on site, all the advantages of precasting. As a major example of this fact is the development of several solutions through new ...
Height: 50 cm - 100 cm
... distribution. This is the only beam to be produced continuously without a mould, on metal tracks. Its economy, speed and qualities make it the ideal technical/construction solution for roofing, viaducts, ...
Span: 12 m - 30 m
Height: 214 cm
... shoring, P 35 for a 35 tonne working load and S 40 for 40 tonnes. This equipment is often used in association with cross beams or with a specially designed structure according to the nature of the stresses.
Span: 20'00" ft - 200'00"
... are used as a common superstructure element for bridges between approximately 20 and 90 feet. These elements are aligned parallel to traffic flow under the bridge deck to support the loads of the bridge. ...
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