Formwork

Formwork, also known as shuttering or moulds, is a temporary structure or framework that is used to support and shape concrete or other construction materials until they harden and gain sufficient strength to support themselves. It is used in various types of concrete construction projects, such as buildings, bridges, tunnels, and dams. Formwork also helps in controlling the flow and placement of concrete, ensuring that it is poured accurately and uniformly.

Formwork is a critical component in concrete construction, enabling builders to shape and mould concrete structures with precision. It ensures that the finished structures meet the desired specifications in terms of size, shape, and surface finish.

Formwork systems are typically made of timber, steel, aluminium, or plastic, depending on the specific requirements of the project. The formwork is assembled on-site and consists of panels, beams, props, braces, and other supporting components. These elements are interconnected to create a sturdy framework that can withstand the weight and pressure exerted by the fresh concrete.

Formwork systems from Infrascaff can be reused or disposed of, depending on the project requirements and budget constraints. Reusable formwork is dismantled and reused for multiple construction cycles, making it more cost-effective in the long run.

COLUMN 1000X1500

CRASH BARRIER

CRIBE-2500mm

END COVER CROSS GIRDER

END PANEL I GIRDER

FLAIR PANEL I GIRDER

I-GIRDER MID PANEL

I-GIRDER PANEL 2250 HT

L MOULD