March 12, 2020
It is our pleasure to announce that we will take part in GEP’s (Gangneung Eco Power Co.) Gangneung Anin Power Plant Project.Continue reading →
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For the last few years we have decided not to send Christmas cards to our customers, but make a donation to charity. This year to Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), supporting their work to provide medical aid where it’s needed most. Our Christmas gift is enough to deliver 18 cholera kits that consists of medicines, rehydration salts, fluids, chlorine and plastic sheeting.
View their website here!
November 1, 2019
July 19, 2019
With a myriad of technological advancements, the construction industry is continually evolving. From introducing new methods for construction of different structures to developing and utilizing machines that greatly reduce the risk factor, this industry has reached heights never thought possible before. The use of formwork for lifting heavy equipment is one such discovery that has generated a great demand in the construction industry nowadays.
What is Formwork?
Typically formwork is temporary or permanent molds into which materials such as concrete or other similar materials are poured. When it comes to concrete construction, the shuttering moulds are supported by the falsework supports the shuttering molds. Concrete is now universally considered to be the most suitable material for construction, due to which its use in the construction of bridges, buildings, other structures has risen tremendously. There are multiple benefits of opting for concrete as compared to other materials. Some of them include its useful capability of withstanding high temperatures that ensure protection against fires. Hence a formwork system is ideal for construction. The system is used to hold and store wet concrete until an important construction process called curing is completed.
What are the Different Kinds of Formwork?
The type of formwork system that can be used for construction largely depends on important factors such as the types of the structure as well as the material to be used. Some of the different types of formwork are called slab formwork, column formwork, beam formwork and more. Formwork for lifting heavy equipment must possess the following characteristics:
- It should be sturdy, light and durable
- It should be able to rest on a firm base
- It should be able to withstand extremely high temperatures
It goes without saying that formwork construction should be efficient enough to retain its original shape. When it comes to formwork, construction businesses should be able to select the type most suited to the structure to be built. While there are many formwork systems available for use today such as slip form, cassette, climbing, flexible and horizontal formwork, the last option is found to be the most commonly used.
With the construction boom, new types of materials are constantly flooding the market that are cost-effective, lightweight or durable. Nowadays, businesses prefer to opt for materials such as aluminium, steel, and fibreglass. The lighter and smaller horizontal formwork system utilizes such materials for construction. It comprises a series of preformed interconnected decking panels and falsework bay that are generally used in the construction of slabs. Being a much lighter and safer option, this system is an ideal choice as compared to traditional options. Business can research and opt for reputed formwork services in Sweden that can help to reach a better and more detailed understanding of the process.Continue reading →
May 2, 2019
In mid-April our expertise was requested for a boat recovery operation in Klarälven river, Karlstad, Sweden.
The background to the request is that 23th of January, the nightclub and restaurant boat “Båten” sank, for reason yet unknown. Fortunately there were no injuries in the accident.
We presented a solution with 24 wire jacks of the type T-15 and last week our equipment was in place. Thursday morning (25/4) our supervisors were able to start the lifting action and later same day the boat was sucessfully recovered. Read more about the operation here! (Swedish)Continue reading →
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