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steel shoring tower
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steel shoring tower steel shoring tower - BRIO
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Characteristics

  • Material:

    steel

  • Load capacity:

    45 N

  • Height:

    Min.: 1 m (3'03")

    Max.: 3 m (9'10")

Description

Extremely flexible concrete shoring system. Multiple tower configurations can be erected, quick and easily. Mainly oriented towards building construction.

It is a shoring system composed of BRIO ringlock scaffolding elements, mainly for building constructions. This shoring tower is ideal for supporting primary and secondary beam formwork, such as ENKOFLEX wooden beam formwork, VR TABLE formwork, BTM metal beam formwork and ENKOFORM HMK beam formwork.

FEATURES
The system´s characteristic element is the connection made up by the collar, the head and the wedge.

Main characteristics:

Wide range of tower configurations: 0.35; 0.7; 1.02; 1.5; 2; 2.5 and 3 m
Guarantees a working load of around 45 kN per foot. Calculations based on EN 12812
Load-bearing capacity optimised for building construction
A range of use of heights up to 12 m has been established under normal conditions although, depending on the project, there may be cases where this size could be exceeded


ADVANTAGES
Quick and easy assembly
Flexible. Suits various geometries and configurations (with components of BRIO Modular Scaffolding)
Long durability due to hot-dip galvanization treatment
Safe assembly ensured by safeguards integrated into the scaffolding structure
Protected shoring system. Large working areas and handrails on the top level for formwork placing
Few numbers of components
Lifting with crane possible when bolting the standards together
Erection of shoring towers or full shoring
Excellent height adjustment
Creation of safe working spaces for formwork erection and at the perimeter