Você está na página 1de 34

ddniH

ffip&ffig&tu
Scaffolding Saudi Safely

BSI & SASO REGISTERED FIRM

6x.x1 i{ ': \b,

e\wls Rh##
^;i

r:X1---i.*Il9 ,..

(J

tl :lg-'o g.9 O$-:!-,t

SPECIALIST IN STEEL FORMWORK & SCAFFOLDING

H.O.

DAMMAM
RIYADH

JUBAIL

1102, Dammam 31431, 1102, Dammam 31431, P.O.Box 58756, Riyadh 1'l 515, P.O.Box 667, Jubail 31951,
P.O.Box P.O.Box

Tal.: Tel.: Tel.: Tel.:

8273228, 8579572, 4765195, 3412130,

Fax Fax Fax Fax

: 8267 466,

:8578707, :4760258,
: 3412165,

Telex Telex Telex Telex

: A01124 DABAL SJ
: 801124 DABAL SJ : 801124 DABAL SJ : 801 124 DASAL SJ

I
AL-DABAL co. LTD. lsce ' SGAFFoLDTNG & FoRMwoRK E t I

d{=Jl
EIABAL

6:t-tr.ll ,h*Jl
sYri
.-..^
-.

gf d6-i
F-.1:*?.l.
..

ll

HIRE & SALES

scAFF:;,1.S-"::JJf,",'""'
c. R. 20s0005369

..1 ..

llg!_r

I
il

,FJ}i. {,:- J!-., Y'' ", "' Jt-ll -'t,


Y'o"'of11 ir.sr-

;Yri

Nesma

& Al Fadl Contraetiug Co" L*d.


Our Ref : HiS4{l?llJ/96

I I I

Hunter Project Phase 3. Package "A".


Date : 22nd October 1996

I_,
il
n

Attention : Richard D. Mann. Project Manager

Subject : Single Sided Formwork to 3.+5m Deep


Foun datoi ons.
Dear Sir,

Further to our recent discussions we are pleased to submit our proposals for the Single Sided Formwork to the Control Building and Range Hall.

il

I I I I
] {

Enclosed are our calculations for the shoring requirements on a typical 6m long form. A component list with unit hire rates is shown on page 2 of this quotation. The components are based on the use of the SGB Mk2 Soldier and Dual Beam System with HD Shoring. SGB Metroiform Panel can be substituted for the Dual Beams and Plywood but concrete pressure may cause delection in the 12mm panel plywood. We trust that this information will be of assistance and await your further instructions.

Best Regards

il
-\_

Eincoln
Commercial Manager.

*'e

Scaffolding

&

Formwork

Quotation No. H/6482/J/96

Nesma Al Fadl - Hunter Proiect Phase 3 - Packaqe "A"

Single Sided Formwork to 3.45m Deep Foundation Slab for Control Building and Range Hall.

Sufficient Materials for 6.0m length of Wall Formwork. Description


Mk2 Soldier Mk2 Soldier Mk2 Soldier Swivel Shore Shoring Adaptor Shoring Adaptor Web Bearing Shoring Head P.P.P. Lifting Dual 5150 Beam Universal Form Hop-Up Scaffold Tube Galv Diuble Scaffold Board Single 18mm Plywood

Unit Rate
6 6 6 12 12 12 24 12 4 66 66 6 6 15 7 25 6 21

Total
120.00 66.00 96.00 30.00 84.00 84.00 36.00 36.00 8.00 165.00 52.80 24.40 18.00 9.00 3.85 50.00 3.30

3600mrn 1800mm 2700mm Base Threaded Tubular Plate Adaptor Bracket metres Clamp Jack Bracket metres Coupler metres Coupler (sq.m.)

20.00
1'1.00

16.00 2.50 7.00 7.00 1.50 3.00 2.0a 2.54 0.80 4.00 3.00 0.60 0.55 2.00 0.55 By Nesma Al Fadl. SR SR SR

Total Weekly Hire Rate Less 40% discount Nett Weekly Hire Rate

885.95 354.38

531.57

il
,t""

ffi7
-

DABAL

;,

Title:
Customer:

HUNTER MASS FOUNDATIONS


NESMA

PROJECT

FADL Branch: JUBAIL


AL

No: I I Sheet No: lPrepd By: JL lChkd By:


lDrg.

H6482

of

Date:ll Feb B0
Date:

il
il

SOLDTER SINGLT_SIDED

WALL FORMWORK

t I t

{ .2EB

t
il
:

il
;

t t t
il

Soldier Type: ldal ing Type


Overal

SGB MKz
s 150
m

Soldier Size(s)
K

3.600
0mm

0verall ltlall Length: 6.000


Sold'ier Spacing:
l,iai

t^lal'l Height: 3.450


349
3412

m
m

Nomjnal Ply Span: ing Pos'itions:

1.200
mm

!{all Thickness:

cker He'ight :

1000

mm

38 387

735

i085 1434 1783 2132 2440 2855

3205

t t I

Concrete Type Concrete Density Rate of Placing Concrete Temperat,ure Concrete Pressure:

OPC,RHPC

24.5 kN/cu.m

or

SRPC

wi

thout

adm"ixtures

36 kNlsq.m

20c

m/hour

I I I

Title:
Customer:

HUNTER MASS FOUNDATIONS


NESMA

PR0JECT

FADL Branch: JUBAIL


AL

No: 2 I Sheet No: lPrepd By: JL Chkd By:


lDrg.
I

H6482

ol

Date:ll Feb B0

Date:

t
il

SOLD I ER BEND I NG ANALYS I S PROP LOADS


Pos (m)

Permissible 90 kN
Prop
Load

l
I I I

Reserve

0.000
1

.200

2.440

(kN) 20.7? 63.95 56.30

Faclor
I
1

>2 .4i

.60

Uplift / Soldjer = 68-4 kN

MAXIMUM LOADS & DfFLECTIOI\IS


(saggjng'indjcates bendjng away from form)
Max. Sagging BM Permiss'ible Max. Hogging BM Perm'issible Max. Shear Force Permissible Max. Sagging Def Permissible Max. Hogging Def
Permi

l
t
t t t I
t
I

ssible

= 4.96kN.m at = 38.00kN.m RF = 6.25kN.m at = 38.00kN.m RF = 31.12kN at = 75.00kN RF = 0.66mm at = 5.00mm RF = 0.01mm at = 5.00mm RF
=
1.41

= >2 i .200m = )? 1.200m = >2 3.600m = )Z I .350m = )2 /


Appl

0 .500m

Minimum Reserve Factor

(Reserve Factor = Permissjble

ied)

l
I
I

l'
il il il il

o _@f

DABAL

Title:
Customer:

HUNTER PR0JECT MASS FOUNDATIONS


NESMA

Drg.

No:
3

H6482

Branch:

AL

FADL

Sheet No: Prepd By:


Chkd By:

JL

JUBAIL

Date: 1 1 Feb Date:

of

SOLD T ER BEND T NG ANALYS

TS

I
DISTNIBUTIOT{

il

t
NEilDIIIG NONEilI I}ISTNIBUTIOTI

il

t
t I
t t
t
I
I
I
I
I}EFLECI

ISI{

ISTN IBUT IOIT

t I
I

, $fitr

DABAL

Title:
Branch:
Customer:

HUNTTR PROJECT MASS FOUNDATIONS


NESMA

Drg.

No:
4

H6482

AL

FADL

Sheet No: Prepd By:


Chkd By:

of
Date: I I Feb Date:
B0

JL

JUBAIL

t
t I
I I
:

WAL I NG BEND I NG ANALYS I S


R

EACT I ONS
Pos (m)

Permissr"ble 30
React.ion tkN) 6 .71 16.15 74.94 14.94 16.15

kN

Reserve

Factor

0.100 1.200 2.400 3.600 4.800


5

>2

>2 >? >2


.85

.86

.900

6.7r

MAXIMUM LOADS & DEFLECTIONS


(sagging indjcates bending away from form)
Max. Sagging BM Permissible Max. Hogging BM Permissible Max. Shear Force Permissible Max. SagginE Def
Permi ss

I I

ible

Max. Hogging Def Permissible

= 1.llkN.m at = 6.80kN.m RF * 1.69kN.m at = 5.40kN.m RF - 8.41kN at = 22.00kN RF - 0.45mm at = 4.44mm RF = 0. i5mm at - 4.44mm RF
=
1.86

= )Z 4.800m = >2 1 .200m = >2 5 .400m = )Z 6 .000m = >7. /


Appl ied)

5.450m

Minimum Reserve Factor

(Reserve Factor = Permissible

I I' t

ffir
Title:
HUNTER PROJECT MASS FOUNDATIONS
FADL

Drg.

No:
tr

H6482

Customer: NESMA AL Branch: JUBAI L

Sheet No: Prepd By:


Chkd By:

of
Date:1 Date:

JL

Feb

t
I t

WAL I NG BEND T NG ANALYS I S

I t t I

SHf,AR FOSCE IIISTBIBUTIOI{

I I I I I I I I I
I

DITTECT IOSI

ISTS IEIJT IOT{

il il
: flL'rrs e:f1,. i"\!!=i} J e l/e?r:Ru lvlLarI sYc?LAtir\ ! ! I l-ril

If{*i-!Fl

t
il

=3

S :4,3mt

t:t

fiT=1ijfnj",TTryrFi'F?1i1"::r)fft:T.1I:T:,i]11i:AH1am':t!:.:{|51fi!?}I]lnrT

The SG3 ivikll Solcjier inclined shore has a high loacl capacity of up to 90K|\1. This means that fewer shoi-es are required and considerable savings are'rherefore achieved in the cost of provicling apropriate ground anchorages. Suitable for all applications where a heavy duty shore is requrreci. incluciing supponing precasi ccncreie untts, vralls of existing buildings duriirg refurbishment ancl large rr,,all or colurrnn slruiters.
PUSH PULL BRACKET

I
I

!!58

BEARING PLATES

SWIVEL BASE PLATE

o18
(x 2)

z.

:_

Code N": 443027

Code

Weight:

13.0k9

Weight: 0.6k9

N':

443026

'7
\, ).(1 TUSLL{R \. I sHoRrNG V1] ADAPToR I ll^ri.\r, I

:)

it ;

Weight: 5.0kg

Code

N': 443024

,#

i.,',/.

t
SOLDIER BRACE
CONNECTOR

ix\h 'X \t

ryr,B

n4 q' ll
P.'3

\'

\,a
'. I }a L4
c_:J;::-

r?j

l_

'{

i:>4

l\4

HEAVY DUTYPUSH PULL PROP ADAPTOR


4

RIGHT ANGLE CONNECTOR


Hotes 170

ors

-.

-!i-

)ode N.: 443072

9.0k9

feisnt:

[s

:]3

Code

N': 443025

Code

N':

443047

t I t t
;

INCLINED SHORING

HEIGHT MAKE UP

&

TOADING

USING SOLDIERS AS A RAKING SHORE


RANGE

SOLDIERS

SHORING
ADAPTOR

O
tvltN MAX

t t

6 o
1,

o q

n N
.j

o q

o 6 o
n

o O q

! a o c F i.
L L

o
f F

a
1 1

o o L o :o co -, o *o co 6m do f< ,2 L
c 'U)

i:6 rgO
3
o-:

=D d' -o cq

ei x O,i
8 8 8 L2 8 L2 L2 16 8

?c

q
I

s6
33.68 43.42 55.93

ua

1078
L4ba

1498

I
1

L94t
2L

l"

I I
L

t-b93
l_9t a

1 1
1

1
1_

1 L

1
1 1

1
1 7 1

i
t I
3
RANGE

2L43 23b6
2a1A

I
T

244 3tJ/
L

1 L

I
r
1 1 7 1
T

3v.vJ

1-

I
1
L

1
t-

b9./1
L.32 da.d4 / b.59

3043

3t4t
3493 3943 at hx 4393 4618 4843 5068 5293 5518
57 43

1
1,

39/

I
1

1 1 1 t1

1 1 7 7 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 L

1 1

l1 1 1 1 l1 L
1 L

442:
464E

I
!o
8

oc./u
44.94

3 1 7

1
l_
1-

1
1 7

4AI
509 554
t"

12
12

7 1

IO2.46 ro5.47
110.86

12
12
L2

5773
5998 6223 6448 6673 6898

t
1
L

I I I

t
1 L

1 1
1

7r5.25 !L9"25
L22.45

a2

!z
16 72 ab
1a

r5l.

5968 6193

L
1 1

1 L L

o+f6
6643 6868 7093

I t I I I I
I
t

7348
1

I
1

7 1 1 L

7 7
L

L4L.16 139.63

t48.76
L46.V Z 15 /.15

73r8
7543 7768 7993
a21A

7798

802 8248
437
L

1 1

7 1

1
1
L

16 L2 16

I
1

1"

t
L

!2
16

156.40 1b5.54

T
1"

1
I

164 /9
173.93

869t

72
16

1 1 1
L

8443 8664 8893 9118 9568

492:
9a4t
937

I
1

L L L
1-

1
L

t/ /.35
L42.37 1|i5 97 90.70
194.11

t
2 2

L L

16
16 16

!
1 t1

1
L
L

959t
10048

1 1 L

I
L

202.69

RANGE MEASURED FROM O 25 HOLES IN SHORING ADAPTORS TUBE OR JACK

LOADING DATA

90kN iimit of heary dlty PushPult


ProO adeoier

Cde

N"

4430.25

-------)>

<DO _

.('

Q9, 80 kN Tensile timt of Reinforced rn''"a"c oJ"p,"' ir"",-"r olo-J---) oo -.oa

Hsw DUn
For 70 kN axia{ fo.ce Angle limrt

PUSH PUL! AOAPToR Code

pRop

ia 9
)

N'43G25
6o'Q

o'to

l' ': -

OF

t"'W
NoFlzoNr{ aacrs

?: :s
.ls60/o I l*Nr

Sreaded adaoter code N" 443O38O

EE

FISULTAM HOCEOMA! rcRCE 57.4 KI

z
+l

il
'

o o
ior 40 kN force
harlzonra
appr

I I
I

ol.
"*

o
U

:|i .t /-, ,;d ':< ry ly <:-/ .. s 6-9 +a,o to .iJ7 a shate .i' ."'"" ,
ed

o<

)
F (I

cr

!:nozm

;t:ffi++

o>u

F?!qe!!r"

l"
N"
I
il

ffi

Forrnwork

MK I: SDLDITR SYSTT|\iI

l
I I
il
leq

I I
I I
I I
I
I
I
I

ffi

Fonnwerk
_
INTRODUCTION

SGB MK II SOLDIER SYSTEM

I t

SGB's extensive range of high quality soldiers has evolved as a result of our long working relationship with building and civil engineering contractors and our understanding of specific onsite requirements. This unique process has culminated in the development of our latest generation of soldiers the SGB MK ll. The Mark ll has been design engineered to offer you unrivalled advantages.
A i-aoid v expanding market for SGB MK ll S: o e's ras no\\ ooened up as Contractcrs have realrsed they can be srmplv' adapted for non-formwork applicaiions, where specialised eouipment ts normaliv required, frequentiy for only short pelods of t me. The adaptabilitl' 6i,n. soldiers when combineC with a small range of ancillary components means that 1-lssyzy DutV push puli props, vertical, horizontal and inciined shores can be provided at short ^ot ce and ol cornoe trt ve prices.

I
q +
B
I

New Profile
The new, prof ile of the MK ll Scldier, with ii's pattern of diamond shaped hoies with stlffening ribs, is the result cf an
r
1e

flS i e

LO-pUle' analVSl5

iO

cietermine the best balance between strength, stiff ness, and weight

Wide Range
Wrth a comprehenstve range of eight lengtns of soidier and a choice of essentia accessoles, the Contractor can f ind economical soluttons to al his wai 'o -wor' O'ob.errs

t
r
I

t t

&
Versatility
When the soidiers are combrnec \/ith 1ne SGE Du-Al aluminium waiing beams even grealer economies can be made. The greater strength of the Du-Al wairngs allow,s soidier spac ngs and iie lo6ds to be optimrsed. Tc thts can a,e ad0ei the benef its of long life, I ght werght, and iast assembly, alt ccmb ning to give the most versatile svstem evei-for wall tormu,,ork
Used with iarge, high qualir',r sheets of plvin,ood, the SGB MK I Soioier svstem ( er 3el sf \ ever lhe n osl 5111',E-11 concrele f lnish specifications rr;hilsi keeprng oef iection to accepiab e Lrmiis

&
f

&
l

F
*
i

ever wliir tne rtahesi concrete


pfessu res
.

&

n
ft
fr

WALLFORMS

The SGB MK ll Soldrer Svstem enables Contractors to construct concrete'rvaLis w-iCr w ll Sal,SlV'ne -nOSr C/de.ttng requrrements cf Ccnsult ng Engineers d.o Arch tecrs nh.'sL.q'-oirg .os'' -, an accePtab e ie'rel.
By oerm tting ihe use of the arge sneets of nigh quaiity plywooC now availabie, jcrnt mar<ing and other biem shes are kept lo a minirrum. When this is backed bv SGB MK ll Soldiers and SGB Du-Al aiuminrum waiings it is possibie to cater 'O' li. p''.( dre 'aqL 'ere^r j 'On-ldLe wrth acceptable def lect on of the forrn

lf preferr-ed, I mber ,vaLinqs may be !enerail',,'esuit rn lhe use of soldiers being at closer spac ngs cue io the reducec StrengIn of these.nembers wnen ccrr:parec io Du A
r,rsed, but

lies of

-- '.'.

aLi

tVpes are surlable for use wrth

I So

d,e, bu' SOre

F.

r\' rg

r,o l

Co not eccnorn ca lv cater for the

Assembiv a.d erea: on irrnes;r:

inax murr load varue of the Soid er when r,rsed n accordance\/rth lhe atesi i-eccnrmencatrons regard ng saf etv The re',v
s0ecrirca has been desrgnecl to m-tch lhe lcacl cilcac ly of the Soid er. 1l Iherefcri: shows consrderable cosi benef ris',vhen comcared with other iies desrgn-.rj fcr heavier oads The new iie s oi the Si'e bort tyce lt has a tie rcd cf 1 7mm c.liameter ancj uses a self ciean nq ccr lhread to reduce marntenance costs
ly-

. --,:?l-.
.

a-rp.,na'r

1- ' e

or..,ooc''-

'-

.:

SG ts Sc-id er Tre

simply naried or 3ci-.weC Ic ine i r,Dit. rnsert pror., ded n ine face of tne Du A
'wairng

The lvlK i1 So dier

si

stem enab es rhe

iace.
Oc rq- fl D r-l
A/a '',gS / arr O

o-e.'

1-Tilrr )i i1;'1 fi QOu :a. ;'!:r-O bltl- c ,st .u;tnQs :- -t 06'L:' S_c acpearance cf lie ''r sied acnci-ete
.jodr'u' -lc..lI

in
l

lhe nigh strength oi lhe so drers, a).r r. ng SpaC 'gS lo oo 'r o. imi5Pl

arch teclrrat 'e3i!.as requ rernafits

l:-,

J-.t

The

ir.:

i 1 l5

KN pei-m ssrble load can be


a

itr.il!-.r

aarled at 3nv pcsrt on


anO CoeS nOt CjeCreaSe

ong ihe so ii -.r,


hrgher

s.lflngs

":J'.'eSJrr\

rsgr''ica't co-:

bending mornenrs

'vrth

As with ail SGB products safet,i rs a pr rne consideratrcn. Hop up bracK-.is can be f ttecj to the so diers at any he ghi to iorm a convenrent platform for the pourrng of concrete On h gher forms, platforms at other leve s can be provrded to enabie the frxrng and remova of tres n -f complete saf etv. o support ihe forms

both durrng erection and between Lrses, stabilisers can be irtted These have a wrcle base for safeiv and are easily aojustaDle for angle For hrgher pcurs, or when extra safety rs i'equired, SGB Mark I So c ers can be usec as an nc ned sir-irt icr "cusn cL-i " orcp).

n
.,.: .
I

ffiD
Corner Soldiers
Designed to be used in conjunction w,rth standard soldiers, thev srmplify the construction of corners. Allowing ties to pass through n both directions, they each repiace two standard sclciier-s.

TIES,

l
E

Thev permit the ties to be closer to the corner which in turn reduces the loaoing on the external corner, leading to further
econom ies. The corner soldier can be left attached tc one form, reducing the handling and f ixing costs on repetitive work.

T
T E

T
E

Ties

f
H
a
;
$

Tre SGB llark llSoldiers will


accommodate most t e systems having suitable safe workrng load.

Tnere are two SGB tie sys1665 that work nost eff icrentlv wrth tne lt"4K ll Soidiers

o:Dald

1E

or cL('on

e'

fi
*

eqJlen e-l

SGB r-IEAVY DU-|Y irlPOUGf TiE SYSTEI\4

Lrndcubted v the r-nost popular i e svstem in general use todav. These reusabie tres are availab e wrth a comclete range of accessor es includ ng thrusi plates, w no nuls, plastic spacer tubing and plastic cones rhe 15mm nominat diameter t e r-od has a robust, seli ciear ng threaC an: a sa{e working oad cf i 27 kN iv" trr a saiely facior r.lf
'1

t
E

5)

r :1 E V'Jl i:lAl!4 S :CF ll Sr-ii BOL-i TIF SYSTil'l


Begardless cf the icads nvoived, th is sVStem provides a ,,rerr, strong and reirable soiuiion il-ra.i ac. reves tJ't).oe 3b'e e.C:o'r l: .: ve.. eis. lo instal anc parlicular i suiiabir for waler

*
1

* *
:

reiarning structures.
I

he svstem offers a

wr

e i-ange of tie

&

t
I
I
Timber Waling Clamps

WALL FORMS

- ANCTLLARY COMPONENTS
Stabilisers
Eas ly attachecl

Form Jacks

I I

Connect timber walings of anv size to


SG3 Soidiers.

io evel a forr-r, lhe\'' can arso be LlseC nLrrizcnta ly as a 3 umb rr,1 ii-orrrce,,vien ltltec to a cltrlbrng fcrrn A :rrn rr.ui-n cf i\,vo jacks are r-'rlulIed per
Prmai'ilri used

if ey ili-ovicle a meens,il o umb ng;ni .jtrb srng tne form lcr exti-a saf,::ty f

io Ihe bas-. of soidiers

!:ial

icrm .\'r

cn on: s tie lnl'7 ii-e base musl Ie

A m,nrmunr olt,.n,c per forrn rs required anC a gh for;n,s nav requ re,,rddrtion;

-C ;-.1r -rJ

i':..1..

I
j

;t ,. ,/,

sil!li

r"rg

I I

Universal Clamps
,nnect SGB Du-Ai aiumln urn bearrs Io

l
I

5,.ts Scldiers

Lifting Brackets

l
I
il
Wedge Clamps
Can be used to f ix SGB Du Al alumtn um beams io the Solcjiers where a quick f astening de'rice s Pref erred.

Boited to ihe iop of so d ers, ihe\.' ilr-o\i ide facilities ior rftrng bv crane

il
n

Hop-up Brackets
These brackets support a three board

w de workrng piatform 'ryhich can be


f

I t
il
il il
End Tie Washer Used in conJUnclion wrth siandard
',"A,lhere

ixed at any e!'e . They incorporate a socket to take a guard post of standard scaffold tube A guard rari of standard tube wrth scaf fold f rttrngs for attachmenl and a toe board complete the platfcrm

Support Plate

Dvwrdag tie rod, nuts, and thrusi iilate thev enable two soidiers to be f rx3d at

rght angles

r s necessary to grve additiona support io ihe waiings and ihe form f ace on crane nandled forms,lhese can be bolted lo the botio.n of lhe so d ers The'r shouid Ce firted on the soldiers to whrch the liftrnq brackets are attachecj.

I
SGB CIRCULAH FOHMWORK SYSTEM

r
varyrng curvatures. Forms can be reradiused as reouired although on double s ded walls rt rs importani to rncorporate suitable packrngs on one face tc ailow the soldier-s to be aliEned ro accommodate the ties. The SGB Circular Formwork S5,stem offers many advantages over traditional methods which involve high labour ccsts for making up forms which may oniy be used once or twice.

Providing accurate and good looking curved concrete walls has untll now been an expensive operation rnvclving the manuf acture of special radiused walings in fabricated timber or steel. Thls traditional method invoives skiiied labour and gives little, if any, re-use potential f or the materials. The introduction of SGB's patented Circular Formwork System means that all types of curved or circular walls can now be constructed quickly and economically. Based on the well proven SGB MK ll Soldier system it eliminales the need for special curved walings by f lexing the plywood form face to the required radrus. The minrmu.n recommended radius is 5m using normal r:lywoods.
is achieved srmply by lengthening or shortening the turn buckles and when set the curve is locked in by stifiening braces. The form is

cornpieted by using accessories f rom the MK ll Soldier system. These include irfting brackets, form jacks, and hop up brackets to form safe working piatforms The made up forms are coupled together as required, to form a complete circie for applications such as small tanks, or in units to suit the length of pour specrf ied for larger tanks or curved walls for pedestrian under passes etc. The versatility of the Circular Formwork System is fu(her demonstrated where oiffsra., parts of the structure requtre

I
T

* ;

il
; ; * *

('

--'Adjustment

t I
i

'*
I

:
1

I
ft
The SGB svsrem can be hired economicali_v for the smaller contract, or purchase can be easily justlf ied if lateiuse oi siandard soidiers for other applications such as strarghl wali.r is
I rvrJrgLe.

A f urther benef it for 6ss1sn-s,5 aireadV owning SGB N/K l, Sordie., ,c r, .. +h.

I
t!

iew exira

.orpon.nrJr.o'r-.0,"1 "

f-irnrrlar An^li^-+;^^^

il

il
il

COMPONENTS

il il

il

il il

il
il

il
fl
Plywood
This rs used for the form f ace. Standard size Finnish Birch piywood sheets are recommended and are formed bV the Circuiar Formwork System to the exact 'adrus requrred. For most appl cations 8mm thrck plywood is surtab e. Recommended sizes are 3050mm x 1 525mm or 3O5Cmm x 1 220mm but other s zes mav be used. Edge Angles Bobust steel angies, availab e in lengths to su t the herght of the soldier, are attached io both ends of the piywood -[hese facriitate the bend ng of the ply'"rrcod and allcw jcinrng of adlacent iorms

il
il
il

Inner and Outer Fork Arms


Fixe0 tc ihe Edge Angles on the f o:'m tc alio,,v connection cf the Turnbuck es. They are of different lengths to su t ;nte'.a or e^-erndr !or-s

il
il

Turnbuckles
Standard and short lengths co\,,er tne fuil range of radii. These are connected across the Fcrk Arrns ani when adtusted, bv extendrng or rectract ng ihe screw, thev f lex the forrn Ic the required
ra d

il
il
il

ius.

Stiflening Braces
They are connected between the TLrrnbrckle and the centre Sold -ors after

EDGE ANGLE

2 FOFK ARM

3 TURN BUCKLE

4 STIFFENING BFACE

E
VERTICAL SHORING

I
E
re
,,

Iht

I Si. e', Tr corluncircrl ,nrilr 1ir-o snc. n! aaa:sscr',,con-ti]onelis a.aT: De ,.,]se! as a .,:'ir:a srtore I] tl- ts aiJD cat ctr ile\ a.:i, a la an eiaeDirOrral h gh ma,'rrrrlr\\ taai:. aaeacil\ o{ l0Ori\ Slandarci si.aff!;! I'ir:s aal be :sei lc oraae tO\,\,erS fo :i11ra si3biiily' lr ii-t s
SGB lvlf(

rf axrr'rum r.ad al nergrts of Lrp to '1 [) a.etres mak ng tirese snores rdeatior many heavy duty iaise woi-k a0p cat ons. Ihe cesrgn of tne sholng alaptor-c al:orn;s sceeo',r coarSe ienoir
,li : -. O'...
j

oa'o-a:

':j

-1

. rlc.

^c'o

k
ft
E

f'r roi'r'ec b', ac:,lia1e irre ed:simei^t {.rSrrig lfle tir331.- -aellOr COn\,n 3'i I I afed ai grCtll-ra r?\,?. Frna aatUstrrlairlS aai-r be r^race lc asseiai! ed 10\\/ers as iTr
' t. t ' : : . r_ :r', t l

oiatear,

tc-,

al.,E\: itt ,i

h
E

CBMPONENTS

K
Tubuiar Shoring Adaptor
Bo ted on tne

boilcm of

a sold er-,

h
H
H
a

provides adLirstmeni n f xeC stepsr. Overail ne gn: vares f rom 405 645rnn ;rr 8Ci-irr' ,:Jr( :-?^': c O - C-- -- . l: n 1' -- i -fni-eaded Sroring Aiapior-, rt s L,'sec r- a
snoi-rng aopi cat
o:-rs

Threadeci Shoring Aciaptor


3o te.d ic tile icp cl 3 -qoic el'.I Drci,lae:t scre\\ 1li-cadec i ra aa jsi:f a.i Ac ,rstnreni iange l5C.nr to 475rlnl

ffi

Head/8ase Plate

E
!

fi':c 5', : 1 -i !f :). .a i' :., ? . '' tie Shor r.g ACaplors
Forkhead
Can be usec r D aae ar'ire ne ac 3as: Piate ani',r,rili sul-.pcri Mii ll soro,ers, timbers, or Du-Al Beams.

Usei ic spiead ine

caal al

lcp ar ilatlcfl.

a
ft,

Soidier Bracing Coupler


Frxed to ine solci

er i prcv des a :cuoi.:r

for the attacnrnent oi scaiiold tutre, requireC when lac ng and brac ng s to be

NiAD/BASE PLATE

TUBULAF SHORING ADAPTOF

il il
il

INCLINED SHORING

il il
il

The most common use for inciined shoring is where large wall or column f orms require stabilising cr strengthenino orior io pour ng of concrete. iheir hrch ioad capacrty of up to 90kN means that f ewer shores are required and iherefore
consrder-able savings are aciie'/ecj in the cosi -f cro.. o;tg sLlrtaD.e.Jruuno anchorages. Thev are sijitable for all appl cations 'r'/here a hearry dutv shcre;s reuu red, :nciud rg supoor',rg D.e-.cioconcrete units and wails of exist ng

buildrng during refurbrshment ano


reburldrng.

..

Convenrentl'f ocated at the base:nd does not iecr!re the Tnrs ensures who e soidie. tc be
rS

The adjustm,.nl

''otateo thai sciat er,,,,,etqnt ts alv.ra'rs supporteC


.^ h=,"-:..:P.'r: S .r: 1LO"d-:

saieiy {ealrre of the SGB ivlK lshore, ',vn c:r arsc Icv'us soldiers lc be braced together Nur r.g assemb y if desired

il

il(
il il

I
il il
COMPONEIqTS

I I I
il il
il

Swivel Shoring Base


Designed for boiting to a surtabie foundation, these cornponents can arsc be used at the tcp cf a snore \ivhen S,:OO' r-g pre aJsi -Cl':etE JTrLs - C

Heavy Duty Push-Pull Prop Adaptor Used in conjunct on wrth web bealng orattS tt D'ov des 3 /8r'r 3116 1o connectron to SGB MK ll Soidrers enC deveioos tne full ioad potentialoi the STo'e n tensior or ca1-oresq or

il/

S\./J]VEL SHORING BASE

re
HONZONTAL SHORING

F tr

Frtted with special end plates to ensure maximum safety in use, the SGB l'4K Il Soldier shores can provide safe heavy duty struts for use in excavations or to support existing buildings during reconstruction For special applications where the shore is required to act as a jack, an adaptor is available allowing an SGB Ground Force hydraulic ram to be f itted to one end.

x
ffi
*

COMPONTNTS

t
;

Trench Support Plate


The socket frts over the end of shor ng adaptors and the angle ledge ensures that the shore is supported saf ely on the waling timber or steel. Alternative hote positions are avarlable to surt cjrffereni

depth walings

t
H

HEAVY DUW FALSEWORK BEAM

n
range of appJications. The versarility of the SGB MK ll Soldier makes it popular f or an ncreasing range of non-formwork

On Civil Engineering sites there is often a requirement for a beam stronger than traditional timber but where the

purchase of a rolled steel section is not just f iable. The SGB MK ll Soldier offers an ideal beam f or this purpose, which f or short term use can be economically hired. Fitted into standard SGB Cuplok Forkheads rt provides an idea ialsework beam capable of being adapted to a wide

t
T
,::

appiications where temporary structural frames are required

:
l.l

t
a

-F,srs-7 :--JR" X6XO4 x(.)) K9^(.);Ke>i(.):Q ;t):Ka>:(


\,/zA

r
F
fr

-il tu
n

_J-l_

J-L ---h

r(

il il il il il

SPECIALTST APPI.I CATIO N S

l t
I
il

il(

The latest generation SGB Mark ll Soldiers design engineered to offer you unrivalled advantages, light weight, increased strength, versatility and above all adaptability.

t
n

t
il il
q
ry

il

t
il

re
TECHNICAL DATA

&
I

'

Tie

Positions

Tie posrtrons affeci the soldier spac ngs as indicated in the table belorr When ties are posrtioned above the concrete pouring level and rmmedratelv above the k cker, bending rnoment or def leci on is critrcal.

Where the other tie positions are shown in the illustration below, def lection of the soldier is not critical since these oolirnum tie pos t ons give a balance Oelv\ee' tl . pO5rlr\e and regalrre bendrng moments of the soldier

The table rndicates some arrangements ol soidrer spac ing relaleo ro tre positrlr s In nrost cases the maxlmum allowable tie load has been utilised ln{rnite variatrons of tie position and soldter spacing are possible For example it s possrble to increase the sold er spacing if wairngs of suitable strength are used with addit onalties SGB's computer design service is capable of producing oplimised solutions where specif ic requrremenls are to be met.
421 75m

k
ru
4 95m

ry
ro
E

K iNli
l%Sr

36m
-l 5m
.1

iN/l

rNl

M rN
,N N/
#s
Nr'7

ru ru

IR
lN7
i/

M' il^i
,r^\

rZN

\l IN NI
NI ,N

iN4 l7N

M]
,N Nr'71
tffil
tMi
tR\4

@O
E E

o O

Nr''

r\l i,A\
X@-., \\l

lveN/l
IN R\I'
'7N R\r'7

H
ry
c
E

luNi

rasNtl
tu^\'

llls @tffil
C c
E E

Co

rete Pressure ikN 'sq m


n c

c O
)

$ K@::
c 75I ',r 'r S--233 i-115

Zz-:\,

: ir:Nl
-/

u^it ,VI
li2N
\t

izN = Yr' : ,N \Zi -l


i

Nl

,r(

-t :l

,N: f,VZl

Vr 7Nr

r.A\

o @

lXl

lNZ]

Q@_1

= -l\l O< :
w./1

il\ iM

RV'

i8i @O

r' \l

o 1

lffil NZ
KS

O O o

n g
I

^n h.
70

I S=095 I-534
50

09

s- 45 r-29 1
S-042 T=306

s-22
S-i89 r=115 S- t5
t5

i-

71

1113

S-178 T-rl5
S-156 T- 15

5=198 i-115
S=T67
T

S-196 T-115
S=163 T - 1i5
S=
co
15
21

S-150 T=1085

n
i
J

s-229 T= l15

S-042 r-324,
?

15

s- 31
T
=
1A /

80
90

-2,0,,

111 s= 32 T
S_

STSa
ST=

115

33
15

S=
S=

44 15 15
23

i] 15
07
15

30

s= TT

15

t
a

31 15

S=
T

a-

10
15

t5

n
*
j

S = Soidler spacing (m)

MaxrmL;rn 1ie load (kNl

Mechanical Properties

Permissible Spans for Plywood Fir 19mm (COFI) Concrete Pressure (kN/sq m) 40 50 60
10 Span {mm)

PermissrbiebenclingrnoTnent 38kNm
Permiss bie tie oad (at any point) 1 1 5kN Pp.rr. ss,bte berding mo'nent al toint (when soldrers are lorned end to end)
I

$ n
i
i

0kNm

,
330 295

ElVa ue, (for calculation o{ deflection)


3252kNnr

2ta
250

Plywood has been cons dered continuous over FOUR or MORE spans in accordance with "Formwork A Grrrde

ffi
!

I I
il
PERMISSIBLE SPANS FOR TIMBER WALINGS

mcr+turcAl onra

t
fl
fl
f,

Concrete Timber
150x50 150x50 150x50
1

Pressure Size (kN/sq m) {mm) 175 200 225 250 275 300 325
50 60 10
BO

Waling Vertical Spacing (mm)

350
820 690 600 530 480
1
1

90 50 60 70 80 90

50 150x50 910
50 x

1460 1330 1160 1A20

1360

I180 1C60 1020 910 900 800 800 120


1

126A

140 1040 950 870 B2A 750 730 670 650 600
1

950 800 690 61 0 550

BBC

740
640 570
51 0

150x75 150x75 150x75


1

50 x

150x75

75

1800 1640 1520 142A 1340

1424 1330 1230

690 540

590

1510

1440 1380
3r
1

1450 1340

380 1 260
1

1230
1100

1'1
1

10

000

0 230 114A 1160 1060 990 1020 940 870 91 0 840 780

1320

260 060 924

820 730

il

PERMISSIBLE SPANS FOF DU.AL S150 WALINGS

t I t
f,

Joncrete (kNisq.m)
Pressu re

Waling Vertrcai Spacing (mm)

115 200 225 250 275 300 325


1 1

350
1

50 60 1A B0 90

800 800

1800 1800 1800 1800 '1800 1800


1

1800 1800 1800

800 800 1l8A 1590 590 1424


1 1

800 800 1150 1120 590 147A


1
1 1 1 1

'1

630 430 1280

490 370 127A 31 0 1210 1120 114 080 000


1 1 1

630 137A
B0

1 1
1

040 940

For spans exceeding 1B00mm, contact SGB Technical Services for guidance

PERMISSIBLE SPANS FOB DU.AL T150 WALINGS

Concrete Pressure (kN/sq.m)


50 60

Waling Verticai Spac ng (mm)

175 2OA 225 250 215 300 325


2500 2500 2500 2500 2450 2500 2500 2500 2440 2350 2500 2500 2450 2350 2260 2500 249A 237A 227A 2180

350

fl
E

ta
BO

90

2500 2490 242A 2310 241A 2350 2290 2230 2300 223A 2110 2120 220A 2140 2080 2020 212A 2060 1940 1800

For spans exceeding 25O0mm, contact SGB Technical Servrces for guidance. The walings have been considered continuous over THREE spans. Timber properties for Grade SC4 have been empioyed in accordance with " Formwork - A Gulde to Good Practice, " Concrete Society/lnstitution of Structurai Engineers.

g f,
ffi

Loading Data
The graph shows the relationship beiween the allowable loads and the height or length of unbraced shores Note that when using the shores in conjunctron with the Heavy Duty PushPull Prop Adaptor and the Web Bealnq Plates the maximum load in the shore is 90kN (limited by the Web Bearing Plate)
KEY

a
c) a)

10

L!

I 5 I
1

o
I a
I F Z
F I
tf_

cc

6
5

il
f, f,

o
u..l

4 3
2
1

Vertica

-.J

450
Horizonta
I

(,
UJ

SWL.Web
Rp:rinn Plates

10

2A

40

n
COMPONENTS

n
T
I

C
(

c
o

c N 1
C

E E

wffii
ffi ffi' ffi? M l8 8l 0l 0i 0
l8i
r-15Omm-

m
ifl'l
Lll
l

t
&

l-225mm-l

ffiri[]
tiltiHl

l!i ltl
tI
irll
t11l

K8K
Lenglh

X] XI
r15

tMt ,Ni

ffit N\l/l IX
,N

w ffilffii ffi
A lr\l tL\J UNJ
SOLDI ERS

d166i0

t01

q
iql

t
F

It lE l8l l8 l0 l0 l0l lffil

ffi
l8r
rQt
rEa\l

IF

rHi

Fr
'11

liltitl

iti til
iill

HH H]H
t
coRNER soLDTERS

li
uJ
36 7a1
4430 50

(m)

llerght ikg)

l'l

65

Code

4430.01

l
l

1.12a rB 0675 09 1125 18 21 3i5 36 21 315 1948 21 54 2543 31 42 542A 6258 r-C3t 24 1. 380 566 663 443008 44300i a43aa2 443003 44CA4 443C05 443:,OO 443054 443053 44305? 443057

&

T
I Timber Wal ng

Clamp

J Bolt for

do

4421 .23

4431 24

3 Universa C amp 71 21 90 4 Wedge Clamp 71 56 90 5 Form Jack 4430 I 6 6


7 o

stabiliser Support Plate

Lifting Bracket 4430 'l 5 Hop-up Bracket 4430.17

034 045 060 034 430 200 560


21 50 3 81

fr

4430

21

4430.19

10 End Tie

\&asher 1430 34

065

t
&

t
h

COMPONENTS

Shoring Components

Code Weight (ko)

1 Forkhead 2 Threaded
Shoring

4430 4430

18 38

4 80 8 50

Adaptor 3 Tubular
Shoring

4 5 6

Ada ptor

443431 i295
4434 4434

Web Bearing
Plate

26

0 60
6 B0 5 00 3 40

Heavy Duty

Push'Pull Prop
Ada ptor

Swivel Shor ng
Ba se

I I

Head/ Base Plate

Soldier Bracing
Coupler

Trench Support
T dte

25 4430 24 4430 22 4430 35 4430 33

3 90
6 60

Circular Formwork Com ponents


Component
1

Code
4440.O4

Length (m)

Werght (kg) 16 00

. Edge Angies

4440 03
4440.02

4444
2. Outer
Fork Arm

01

120 210 300 360


0 6r

35 00 39 00

47 A0

4440 05

400
2AA
2BO MAX

*3

lnner Fork Arm

4444.06 4440

039 064
a
IVIN
aA

4. Strffenrng Brace

0l

5. Turnbuckle

- standard 4440 Ag - short 4440 .1O

169

47 2.82
3

18 00 10 00

f
I
il

:t
T

Middle East Branches

t
T

REGIONAL OFFICE SGB MIDDLE EAST P.O. Box 5682 Sharjah United Arab Emirates Telephone: 009716 391738 Telefax: 009716 391737

I
t
SGB DABAL
P.O. Box 1102

SAUDIARABIA
BAROOM SGB P.O. Box 1346 Jeddah Telephone: 00966 2 5602784 Telefax: 00966 2 6654610 Telex:0295 605142 SGBROM SJ SGB DABAL P.O. Box 667 J ubail Telephone: 00966 3 3412130 Telefax: 00966 3 3412165

I
T

Dammam Telephone: 00966 3 8579572 Telefax: 00966 3 8578707 Telex:0495 801124 DABAL SJ SGB DABAL P.O. Box 58756 Riyadh Telephone: 00966 1 4765195 Telefax: 00966 1 476A258 Tefex:0495 801124 DABAL SJ
OUEBEISI SGB P.O. Box 7574

t
T

OUEBEISISGB P.O. Box 5682 Sharjah United Arab Emirates Telephone: 009715 334870 Telefax: 009716 331808

Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Telephone: A097 12 661 783 Telefax: 009712 669740 Telex:24337 SGBAUH EM
SGB OATAR P.O. Box 18475 Doha

t
T

OUEBEISI SGB P.O. Box 12049

Dubai

United A,rab Emirates Telephone: 0097 1 4 23331


Telefax: 009714 226579

Oatar

Telephone:

OO97

4 446287

Telex:47515 DFBS EM

Telefax: 00974 428803

t t
T

t I

Middle East

I
n

SGB lnternational, 23 Willow Lane, Mitcham, Surrey. England, CR4 4TO. Telephone: 081 648 3400 Telefax: 081 648 6849 Telex 8813825 SGBEXP G

D D

ilJ#mJn

F, \..

F.\ffiAL

ii
I

i
I

{.
il;

,ili II
l|

p
'e
d+=Jl
[1AEiAL

concr"," tto*. or",l, economl'ano v"rsatility;;;th" resutt of extensive research "no and I|jjnPT::,T."^Y:l]q?,Fitv, deveropmentintotheconiinuci,isoe'i,ii##i;#ffi ll3H&H$;i";Luno lndustrles. Minimal assemblyano ois-rnanttingtirnecoupr"otnitn a limiiednumuliotcomponents hlghllght today's most cost effeciiveii"t"r.-seg filetrifom incorporates the advantages of early strlklng which will dramatically increaie outpug nnibt empioitng iei" i"bouirirl (see end of this brochure for an analysis.) "triciengy.

SGB Metrlform ls the leadinglormwork system lorthe construction of

;i;;ffi ff

Simplicity
Built-in simplicity with its.resulting spee-d of erection. striking and dismanfling is one of the outstanding features of the sGB Metriform syitem.-onty a limited numodr of components are required for the construction of any type of wall or floor slab and sGBCLiplok;;.{f"rdi"ll.iuiii"orpatibte as a supporting system for floor construction. Propsare autom.atically set-out in position ancitr'u use of sGB's proplok system will significantlyease assemblyoperations a'io irp.u"bio;t"";;;d capabitities. (Referto separare teaftet.)
';(

Finish
Paneledge sections are engineered to f ine limits ensuring tight flush joints, with no slots or surptus tie holes through which grout can escape causing surf ace oternisfreJano staining. Double sided plastic coated plywood produces the best possible coi"ret" finish. sGB vtetriroim willmaintain rts superiorfinish even after repeated use.

d+=ll
trIAB.A.L

t\
Economy

Panels have special.hot-rolled high yield stress edge sections, designed to resist damage grvrng ample strength without from site abuse by ,ni"ieiiu.yweightlThe ierin 6onoed ptywood infil[orexterior tough and durable surface and is use, has a sio.gg rtriny u.u. therefore be obtained before lhe infill needs reversino oiving 'double r,re'Lrpectancy. "outu"o-uotn ""n Alledged anJ notesare specialry sealed against moisture. Unlike traditioniliitoE,. tom*i;k"lv"ffi;r offers armSst unrimiieo rife with row maintenance cosrs.

Accuracy
All components are manufactured to very close toiera.nces using the most up-to-date engineering technology Metriform will repeateorv

pidouce consistent

,"riitjin

dimensionaraccuracy,

Safety
Hop-up brackets fitted to wall forms will allow siteoperatives to work in safety. cantilever beams or cuplok cantilever f rames will srmilarly provide uJJitionarfddo;[;;ioo, area to, p'uoonnJ ,"cess with a guard facility when required' compbiieni. arJiiea.iry rranoteo sii.. weights. srriking of soffit forms is controlred, and components are r"rnou"d individuaily in "no
comprete safety.
rarr

Design
Alicomponents are engineered to be robust, lightweight (whilst still^maintaining high strength) and easily under site condition. sp";;l;tierition l. lwliv. s]"!. to eriminatins damase rhrough f,:::ffJ"d roush

Design Service
anO prepare complete schemes for its appliJation. This specialist service is availabte free oiJna-rie anO without obligation.

SGB technical staff are always avarlable to advise on the use of SGB Metrrform and to Oeiiqn

'!ffir.{,r?cc6lF.-

'5$s:;-'

d+=ll
F[!It
AIIO HATF WIDTH PAHETS

trIABAL

Panels
SGB Metriform panels are steelkamed wrth reptaceable plywood infills. Delivered on site with tie holes iorwalt construction pre-drilled and plugged. For floor construction this simple and economic method prevents any groui lois wnlch is common wrth other systems and results in poor surlace firiishes. lhe double sided plastrc coated plywood gives long life as both sides can b used many more time! than u-ntreated"ptywood All edges and holes are eflectively sealed lo prevent the absorption ol morsture, The 70mm deep welded steei rame rs of hot roiled. high yield stress steel to resist damage and site abuse. See page 9 for panels tn wall construclion.
f

Length x widrh {m}


2.4x0.6
LO
X

Weighl(ksf
39.8
30.4

Code
4451i24
4451 t tB

U.f)

15x0.6r
1.2 x

25.6

0,6i
0.3r

206
16.0

4451t15 4451t12
4451109 447 4/24
4474t 1B 4474t 15 4.1 /41 ll
I 2x03mand I 5 x0 3m Panels

(
t-J

0.9 x 0.6r 2.4 x 0.3


1

267
20.2 16.9
13.4

.B x

'I

.5 x Q.3*

1.2 x

0.3'

0.9 x 0.3r

9.2

4474tOg

rNormally

used lor floor construction

t.
I

5x0&nPanel

*ff!.t'

'fl\"-.,^...,

t'1,

IFIfItt

SUPPORT CHAHHEI.$

d{=Jl
EAEI.I\L

lnflllGhannels
rn f loor and walt conStruclton or to be used in conjunctton wrth edqe iectrons make up non-standard panet.. r'n",ng;nio;il-e"siq";un"bre,to eithe r 1 2mm (1/z n ) or 1 9m m rz. iniprfiuoJ-iillr! f uo or u, are provided in all faces so that *ooOicr"*s-.* ju " to JruO secure the plywood if necessary
i

Desgned to support plywood infrlling

Length (mf
2.4
'1.8

Weisht (ksf
r3.6 9.9
8.3

Code
4465 24

1.5 1.2

0.9

67
4.6

4465 4465

1B
1

4465 12 4465 09

(
;!.

The illustrations show how typical inlilling between panels can be achigved. The methods a"re rOen-tliar tor wart construclion but as the width of the inlill varrei-,"fu,"i." ro Metrilorm technical data sheets is advised.

SmChannet

2.4m Channet

r.)

'o 0 [
I I requr red. r rmber m"y o" uor"o lo prevent deflecton ot lmtrer

0 0 0o"i**n-f,"n@

(-

z'4.

lnlill channet with I gmm ptyyitod

lnlill channets wrthwrder

lglmplywood

inftlt

lnltll ch366s1 s,16 t zmm plyuood

ce/

fl,

lnlili ch6n6s;s;15

*ide.

2mm pt'ryood intril

Plywood may be screwed lo anlillchannels to provide a srngle componenl whn re-use is necessary

s
Metriform beamand panel modulesofferachoice of l2 supporting grids on props or Cuplok support scaffoldtng

rJ+=Jl NABAL

Supporting grids

A 1.Bm x 1.9m B 1.Bm x t.6m

C l.Bmx1.3m D 1.2m x t.9rn

E 1.2mx 1.6m F 1.2m x .t .3m

G l.Bmx t.0m J 2.5mx l.grn H 1.2mxt.Om K 2.5mx1.6m

L 2.5m x l.3m M 2 5m x 1.0m

Beams, em

panct slab crld t"sGridr{mrmf rhicknerr b"iiltro" #: iii: TypeA ffir 342 =pinersrsmx0om ll1 133 ;3

ond jis :? zso 46


s2
goo 350 400 44Q B 33 37 41
t
Z

3oB
?7 1 310 346 374 Beanrs I 2m

,ii 2s?

clrd.(mrmr Thlckncrr u.rortmxml ilil*"... o.fi.cflon 3:n_T*11 rI arri r.iia ryfio r/r ' gl:*?Bltl8. 3oo os rB

j affi ro 999
S

199
tmg 90o l9P
800

12

coo

)i,i

3sr

IJ,i,,",",lr,"
Beams 1 8m

long

14 16 17
3

i6t iia

264

I:1"",.:..
Beams
1

8m

tong

;33 ;r
BeamsI2rntong l5o ag 2oo 3r 250 46

5oo

450

,,

iss
33

Beamsz sm

rons

3 itr lii ll?

30 3

3:,i
*uu
zJt)

zqo

sz

rBI

l3J

lt t

tr8nelsI5mxo6m

s*';'ii;iil"g

zos

199
Panelsl2mxoom Eeamszsmlons 200 2so

?11

Zoo 25o 13 26

?B

aso

is;

333

Beamsl2mlong
Ivo?i _ t'inetstzmxo6m
Beamsr zm

i?3 ;t
660 730

30o 3s0

,; 33

oni

ffi ;3 soo zi 600 ?:/

1s6 187
26.5 28e 316
j

33S

r5E 133

3.0 33

ii:u

B::fl:?*H|. 45o liS


:?9

?vpr&l

lii it
o7 08 oe

;.; II

r'<J

268

;r[

;oo
30.0

3gi

e!

;i;
ios
33i

Theabovefrgures are based

o"ffirrr,

::j:ll'J34"'ffi"H?trfi::f,ffie1;;tffiiiln;

i#

'TJor,,ip*.or*0, Ji ix'iili,f

,ir'uoing rne weishr or the Marirorm. For ,urrher in,ormatbn

ffi#Jl
l:'t
Plan vrewol typicar Metrirorm floor rayout for right reinforced concrete srab
f.i!,/

. h;,) ,'t. , 'it:,t::\l\lt

..

.'iir,'ta :.,:1":i:i1,';'i".

,t#,i i:tt

.:;ii1il:!

." .l e.r, .? : ?i.;:-;i'

., i:,:..1

t
L2 x o

Gm

Panels

---'t"

\_

\-\ -----_

Sx06mPaners

1.8r0.3mPanel

SftL H

l.
.@b-v--.-

Title:

Hunter Proj ect Water t,ank Fac.

l.lob Ref ,
6

15500
i

of lsheec uo: 3 lerepd By: G. Melki Dat.e: i.5 Mar


lcncta

ny:

97

Date:

CUPLOK BTRDCAGE
Area Volume

L05.8 sq.m 485.9 cu.m 24.5 kN/cu.m 2.0 kN/sq.m 5.7 kN/sq.m
r.4

Concrete Density fmposed + Formwork Slab Loading Leg Load Lifr Heighr.
(

.6 2.0

kN
m

Secondary Bearer Primary Bearer

0.6 ( 6.8) 2.4 ( 5.8)

BM (kN.m)

sF (kl.i1 2.7 (22.0) 7 .9 (22.0)

Defn

0.3 ( 2.2 (

(mm)

4.8) 6 .7)

Schedule 1005.94 1051.94 1007.90 1008.90 1075.90 1010.90 6s33.90


r_r.65.90
1r_7r_.90

of

Equipment.
56 55

Ledger/Transom Ledger

Standard 2m 4 lug Standard 1. Bm spigotl_ess 4 Iug


L.3m
1 -8m

L44

r_155.90

1r.s6.90 4430.35 7r52 -

Universal Jack - 500mm Fixed Forkhead - L50mm Jack Brace - Short Bracing Coupler AdjusEable Brace - Short Adjustable Brace - Irong Soldier Universal C1amp Dual sr_50 ::u*

Base & Head P1ate

t47
56

t72
56

30 30
23
7

L54

259.8

,-.)

NOTE: No No No

a]l-owance has been made for temporary working platforms. allowance has been made for access, handrails et.c. aLlowance has been made for ply form face.