APRIL / 2014

Form Traveller
Segmental

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The Segmental Form Traveller is an equipment designed to
lift and assemble precast concrete segments at bridges and
viaducts built by the cantilever method starting from the
pierhead.
The segmental Form Traveller generally includes: steel
structure, working platform and ladders, anchor systems to
the deck already finished, hydraulic equipment used to adjust
and level the Form Traveller itself and also the precast
segment and even electric winches equiped with safety
brackes.

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The segment lifting unit

The segment lifting unit is a
subset of the Segmental Form
Traveller extremely important
because this is the unit performing
the lifting and adjusting the
segment.
In general terms this segment
lifting unit is composed by two
electrical winches, the front beam
on which these winches are
installed and corresponding
working platforms, eletrical
cabinets and winches steel wires.
This unit also includes two lifting
winches that suspend the segment
and all the hydraulic equipment
that perform the adjusting
horizontal movements
(transversally and longitudinally)
and also adjust the segment
longitudinal slope.
The transversal slope adjustment
is made by the winches.

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