The technology of creating a permanent formwork

The technology of creating a permanent formwork

Formwork of non-removable type is a kind of formwork that does not require subsequent dismantling. Typically, this formwork is used to create a protective, decorative or waterproofing layer.

In addition, it can act as a means to strengthen the design being created. To create it, use a variety of reinforcement, steel mesh, steel sheets, etc.
Thanks to the use of such formwork, labor costs are reduced by 80% compared to the execution of wooden formwork. In turn, this leads to a reduction in the price of the most constructed structure.
There are the following types of fixed formwork, which differ in technology of their production. Formwork is made of flat plates, which are created with the help of a special mixture. As a reinforcing element in them are special bags, consisting of metal nets.
Formwork of reinforced concrete type is made of reinforced concrete slabs, the surface of which has a rough or ribbed structure. This provides a stronger adhesion of the cement mixture to their surfaces. Sometimes in such slabs anchor elements are mounted, which allow to strengthen the joints.
Steel plates are used to create metal formwork. To ensure that they more firmly grasp the concrete mixture, they weld a metal wire.
Such «whiskers» are mounted in a concrete mix and provide higher strength characteristics of the structure being created. When creating such a large formwork, the sheets are strengthened by the channels.
Steel mesh formwork is used in cases where the construction being constructed does not require special smoothness of the walls. In this case, the mesh is attached to the reinforcing base. In the process of pouring it is completely immersed in concrete mortar.
The use of various forms allows us to obtain more robust structures that exactly match the specific requirements of a particular plan

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