FORMWORKS / Form Tie Accessories System for Reinforced Slab Wall Floor Concrete Building Construction
FORMWORKS TIES Timber Carpenter Design System: DYWIDAG TIE ROD เหล็กที่มีเกลียวตลอดเส้น(ไทร็อด) + WingNut(วิงนัท) + Water Stopper + steel cone / Hole Spacing Fiberglass FormTies / Scaffolding Price Suppliers
บริษัทแชนคอน เป็นผู้ผลิตและจำหน่ายอุปกรณ์ยึดแบบชนิดแรงทนดึงสูง สามารถใช้กับงานแบบหล่อคอนกรีตทุกชนิด ทุกขนาด เช่น กำแพงกันดิน กำแพงคอนกรีต (ทั้งใต้ดิน และบนดิน) ถังน้ำ คาน เสา ตอม่อ บ่อเก็บน้ำ (ทั้งใต้ดิน และบนดิน), บ่อบำบัด น้ำเสีย, บ่อพัก, งานหล่อคอนกรีตสำเร็จรูป และงานหล่อคอน-กรีตทั่วไป ทุกประเภท ซึ่งใช้กับงานคอนกรีตขนาดใหญ่ อุปกรณ์ยึดแบบมีความหลากหลายทั้งด้านชนิดของ การรับกำลัง และประเภทของอุปกรณ์ยึดแบบ ซึ่งประกอบด้วย เหล็กยึดแบบ ฟอร์มทายไทน์ , วิงนัท, ข้อต่อกันน้ำ, น็อตหกเหลื่ยม, น็อตล็อค, ข้อต่อตรง, เชียร์โคน, แคล้มป์สปริง, แคล้มป์ลิ่ม, พลาสติกโคน นั่งร้านเหล็ก ประกับ โพลีโคน ฯลฯ
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Tie rod / Thread Bar
TieRod/ThreadBar, Spherical Anchorage, Nut Washer, Coupler Specification (High Strength Special Diameter)
Thread/Smooth Bar | Spherical Anchorage Accessories: Lock_Nut Square/Rectangular Plate/Washer | Coupler: Straight Round/slim with Screw | Ducts/Sheathing Corrugated Metal |
WE are major supplier a full range of formwork accessories including fully-threaded tie rods, wingnuts and couplers in various strenghts Conforming to ASTM A722 and BS4486 : 1980 and all other major international standards. Produced under quality control systems ISO9001 : 2008. Robust hot rolled continuous thread profile offers high bond strength, can be cut and coupled at any point, low susceptibility to mechanical damage, easy installation and cleaning. Supported with a wide range of proprietary accessories to accommodate multiple application. Tailor made solutions can also be designed on a case by case basis. Corrosion protection systems for geotechnical application in accordance with BS8081 or other international standards can be provide. Value added services including rental of stressing equipment for installation, preparation of method statements for handling, assembly and installation etc. Provision of qualified staff to supervise installation works.
Thread Bars Applications -> Post-Tensioning Bar Tendons -> Form Ties -> Mini and Micro Piles -> Ground Anchors -> Soil Nails -> Rock Bolts -> Tie Rods -> Heavy Lifting and Launching -> Hanger and Suspension Rods
Our systems feature high quality thread bars of various grades, up to pre-stressing steel quality, in a range of diameters from 15 to 75 mm. We provide various system solutions for a variety of technical engineering purposes, including thread bar anchors for mining and tunneling, reinforcement connections, form ties, tie rods, soil nails, micro piles, rock and soil anchors for geotechnical applications as well as pre-stressing tendons for posttensioning. Also used for connections, formwork and anchorages and have been installed in large scale construction projects worldwide. Whether for building, underground, bridge or road construction, tunneling or mining, we can supply the steel you need to get the job done. In the technical engineering sector, our system products have made us the leading global supplier of hot rolled thread bars.
Formwork Panel Scaffolding and Concrete Form Types
Traditional timber formwork The formwork is built on site out of timber and plywood or moisture-resistant particleboard. It is easy to produce but time-consuming for larger structures, and the plywood facing has a relatively short lifespan. It is still used extensively where the labour costs are lower than the costs for procuring reusable formwork. It is also the most flexible type of formwork, so even where other systems are in use, complicated sections may use it.
Engineered Formwork System. This formwork is built out of prefabricated modules with a metal frame b(usually steel or aluminium) and covered on the application (concrete) side with material having the wanted surface structure (steel, aluminum, timber, etc.). The two major advantages of formwork systems, compared to traditional timber formwork, are speed of construction (modular systems pin, clip, or screw together quickly) and lower life-cycle costs (barring major force, the frame is almost indestructible, while the covering if made of wood; may have to be replaced after a few – or a few dozen – uses, but if the covering is made with steel or aluminium the form can achieve up to two thousand uses depending on care and the applications).
Re-usable plastic formwork. These interlocking and modular systems are used to build widely variable, but relatively simple, concrete structures. The panels are lightweight and very robust. They are especially suited for low-cost, mass housing schemes.
Permanent Insulated Formwork. This formwork is assembled on site, usually out of insulating concrete forms (ICF). The formwork stays in place after the concrete has cured, and may provide advantages in terms of speed, strength, superior thermal and acoustic insulation, space to run utilities within the EPS layer, and integrated furring strip for cladding finishes.
Coffor is a structural stay-in-place formwork system to build constructions in concrete. It is composed of two filtering grids reinforced by vertical stiffeners and linked by articulated connectors that can be folded for transport. A standard panel 1.10 m x 2.70 m (3′ 8 x 9) weighs 32.7 kg (72 lbs) and can be carried by hand or by any means of machine. After Coffor is placed, concrete is poured between the grids: excess water of concrete is eliminated by gravity and air is also eliminated. Coffor remains in the construction after concrete is poured and acts as reinforcement. Any type of construction can be built with Coffor: individual houses, multi-story buildings including high-rise buildings, industrial, commercial or administrative buildings. Several types of civil works can be done with Coffor. Coffor is delivered completely assembled from the factory. No assembly is necessary on the construction site.
Stay-In-Place structural formwork systems. This formwork is assembled on site, usually out of prefabricated fiber-reinforced plastic forms. These are in the shape of hollow tubes, and are usually used for columns and piers. The formwork stays in place after the concrete has cured and acts as axial and shear reinforcement, as well as serving to confine the concrete and prevent against environmental effects, such as corrosion and freeze-thaw cycles.
Flexible formwork. In contrast to the rigid moulds described above, flexible formwork is a system that uses lightweight, high strength sheets of fabric to take advantage of the fluidity of concrete and create highly optimised, architecturally interesting, building forms. Using flexible formwork it is possible to cast optimised structures that use significantly less concrete than an equivalent strength prismatic section, thereby offering the potential for significant embodied energy savings in new concrete structures.