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LIWA

Panel Formwork
Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

Edition 09 | 2015

Overview

Main components

B6
A7

B4
B3

B2

A4

A3

A6

A5

B1

B5

A3 Panel
A4 Panel Connection
A5 Tie Point
A6 Push-Pull Prop
A7 Working and Concreting Scaffold
B1 Corner
B2 T-junction
B3 Wall Offset
B4 Longitudinal Infills
B5 Stopend Formwork
B6 Extension Waler

LIWA Panel Formwork


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

Content

Overview

Main components

Key
Introduction

Target groups

Additional technical documentation

Intended use

Care and maintenance instructions
Safety Instructions

Cross-system

System-specific

Storage and transportation
General
A1 Storage and Transportation
A2 Quick User Guide
A3 Panel
A4 Panel Connection H = 300, 250

Wedge Clamp LIWA

Wedge Clamp Compensation LIWA

LIWA Alignment Coupler LRS

Compensation Waler LWR 60

Timber Holder LIWA

Lifting Pin LIWA
A5 Tie Technology

Anchor System DW 15
A6 Push-Pull Props

Push-Pull Props and Kickers

Brace Connector LIWA

Brace Connector/2 LIWA
A7 Working and Concreting Scaffold

Scaffold Bracket LW 80

Guardrails
A8 Foundations / Foundation Tie Clamp
Standard Configuration H = 3.00 m
B1 Corners

90 corners

Oblique angles
B2 T-junctions, Wall Connections

Internal formwork, external formwork

Obtuse wall connection
B3 Wall Offsets

Wall offset 5 - 85 cm
B4 Length Compensation

Length compensations up to 25 cm
B5 Stopend Formwork

With timber and filler plywood

With Panel LWM 300 x 75
B6 Height Extensions

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LIWA Panel Formwork


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Standard Configuration H = 2.50 m


C1 Corners

90 corners

Oblique angles
C2 T-junctions, Wall Connections

Internal formwork, external formwork

Obtuse wall connection
C3 Wall Offsets

Wall offset 5 - 85 cm
C4 Length Compensation

Length compensations up to 25 cm
C5 Stopend Formwork

With timber and filler plywood

With Panel LWM 250 x 75
C6 Height Extensions
Standard Configuration H = 1.50m + 1.50m
D1 Corners

90 corners

Oblique angles
D2 T-junctions, Wall Connections

Internal formwork, external formwork

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System Accessories
E1 Column Formwork with LIWA

H = 300

H = 250, H = 150 + 150

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Components

Components

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Overview

Key
Pictogram | Definition
Safety instructions

Note

Visual check

Tip

Load-bearing point

Dimension specifications
Dimensions are usually given in cm.
Other measurement units, e.g. m, are
shown in the illustrations.
Conventions
Instructions are numbered with:
1...... , 2....... , 3......
The result of an instruction is shown
by:
Position numbers are clearly provided
for the individual components and are
given in the drawing, e.g. 1, in the
text in brackets, for example (1).
Multiple position numbers, i.e. alternative components, are represented
with a slash, e.g. 1 / 2.

Presentational reference
The illustration on the front cover of
these instructions is understood to be a
system representation only. The assembly steps presented in these Instructions for Assembly and Use are shown
in the form of examples with only one
component size. They are valid accordingly for all component sizes contained
in the standard configuration.
For a better understanding, detailed illustrations are partly incomplete. The
safety installations which have possibly
not been featured in these detailed
drawings must nevertheless be available.

LIWA Panel Formwork


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

Introduction

Target groups
Contractors
These Instructions for Assembly and
Use are designed for contractors
who use the formwork systems for
assembling, modifications and dismantling, or
e.g. concreting or
for other operations, e.g. carpentry or
electrical work.
Construction site coordinator
The Health and Safety Coordinator*
is appointed by the client,
must identify potential hazards during
the planning phase,
determines measures that provide
protection against risks,
creates a safety and health plan,
coordinates the protective measures
for the contractor and site personnel
so that they do not endanger each
other,
monitors and ensures compliance
with the protective measures.

* Valid in Germany: Regulations for Occupational Health and Safety on Construction


Sites 30 (RAB 30)

Qualified persons
Due to the specialist knowledge gained
from professional training, work experience and recent professional activity,
the qualified person has a reliable understanding of safety-related issues and
can correctly carry out tests. Depending
on the complexity of the test to be undertaken, e.g. scope of testing, type of
testing or the use of a certain measuring device, a range of specialist knowledge is necessary.

Designation of the safety precautions


in the event of changing weather conditions which could adversely affect
the safety of the formwork system
concerned as well as the personnel.
Details regarding the permissible
loads.
Description of any other risks that are
associated with the assembly, modification or dismantling procedures.

Technically qualified personnel


Formwork systems may only be assembled, modified or dismantled by personnel who are suitably qualified to do so.
For the work to be carried out, the qualified workers must have received instructions** which contain at least the
following points:
An explanation of the plan for the assembly, modification or dismantling of
the formwork system in an understandable form and language.
Description of measures in order to
safely assemble, modify or dismantle
the formwork system.
Designation of the preventive measures to avoid the risk of persons and
objects falling.

In other countries, ensure that the


relevant national guidelines and regulations in the respective current
version are complied with!

** Instructions are given by the contractor himself or a qualified person selected by him.

Additional technical documentation


Instructions for Use:
Crane Hook LIWA
LIWA Brochure

LIWA Panel Formwork


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

Introduction

Intended use
Product description
PERI products have been exclusively
designed as technical work equipment
for use in the industrial sectors only by
suitably trained personnel.
PERI LIWA, the lightweight panel formwork for easy and quick forming of walls
and foundations, with and without the
use of a crane.
Each standard panel is, at the same
time, a multi-purpose panel and the variety of applications is increased through
the integrated perforated strip.
Thismeans that corners as well as columns with dimensions ranging from
15cm x 15 cm up to 55 cm x 55 cm can
be formed in 5 cm increments without
requiring any special panels.

Technical data
Panel heights: 300, 250, 150, 75 cm
Panel widths: 75, 60, 50, 40, 25 cm
Permissible fresh concrete pressure
50 kN/m according to DIN 18218
Evenness: Line 6 according to DIN
18202.
Crane Hook LIWA: max. load-carrying
capacity 300 kg.

For panel connections, the following


components are available:
Standard panel joint
Wedge Clamp LIWALIWA Alignment
Coupler LRS
Compensation up to 5 cm
Wedge Clamp Compensation LIWA
Length compensations up to 25 cm
Compensation Waler LWR 60

Instructions for use


The use in a way not intended according to the Instructions for Assembly and
Use or deviating from the standard configuration, represents a misapplication
with a potential safety risk, e.g. risk of
falling.
Only PERI original components may be
used. The use of other products and
spare parts is not allowed.
Changes to PERI components are not
permitted.

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Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

Introduction

Care and maintenance instructions


In order to maintain the value and operational readiness of the formwork materials over the long term, clean the
elements after each use.
Some repair work may also be inevitable due to the tough working conditions.
The following points should help to
keep care and maintenance costs as
low as possible.
Spray the formwork on both sides with
the concrete release agent before each
use; this allows easier and faster cleaning of the formwork. Spray the concrete
release agent very thinly and evenly!
Spray the rear side of the formwork
with water immediately after concreting; this avoids any time-consuming
and costly cleaning operations.
When used continuously, spray the
panel formlining with the concrete release agent immediately after striking;
then clean by means of a scraper,
brush or rubber lip scraper. Important:
do not clean formlining made of plywood with high-pressure equipment;
this could result in the formlining being
damaged.

Fix box-outs recesses and mounting


parts with double-headed nails; as a result, the nails can easily be subsequently removed, and damage to the formlining is largely avoided.

Use spacers for reinforcement with a


large-sized supports or extensive areas
of support; this largely avoids impressions being formed in the formlining
when under load.

Close all unused anchor holes with


plugs; this eliminates any subsequent
cleaning or repair work. Anchor holes
accidentally blocked with concrete are
freed by means of a steel pin from the
formlining side.

Mechanical components, e.g. spindles


or gear mechanisms, must be cleaned
of dirt or concrete residue before and after use, and then greased with a suitable lubricant.

When placing bundles of reinforcement


bars or other heavy objects on horizontally-stored formwork elements, suitable
support, e.g. square timbers, is to be
used; as a result, impressions and damage to the formlining are largely avoided.

Provide suitable support for the components during cleaning so that no unintentional change in their position is possible.
Do not clean components when suspended on a crane.

Internal concrete vibrators should be fitted, if possible, with rubber caps; as a


result, any damage to the formliner is
reduced if the vibrator is accidentlly inserted between the reinforcement and
formlining.
Never clean powder-coated components, e.g. elements and accessories,
with a steel brush or hard metal scraper;
this ensures that the powder-coating remains intact.

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Safety Instructions

Cross-system
General
The contractor must ensure that the Instructions for Assembly and Use supplied by PERI are available at all times
and are understood by the site personnel.
These Instructions for Assembly and
Use can be used as the basis for creating a risk assessment. The risk assessment shall be compiled by the contractor. The Instructions for Assembly and
Use do not replace the risk assessment!
Always take into consideration and comply with the safety instructions and permissible loads.
For the application and inspection of
PERI products, the current safety regulations and guidelines must be observed
in the respective countries where they
are being used.
Materials and working areas are to be
inspected on a regular basis especially
before each use and assembly for:
signs of damage,
stability and
functionality.
Damaged components must be exchanged immediately on site and may
no longer be used.
Safety components are removed only
when they are no longer required.
Components provided by the contractor
must conform with the characteristics
required in these Instructions for Assembly and Use as well as all valid construction guidelines and standards. Unless otherwise indicated, this applies in
particular to:
timber components: Strength Class
C24 for Solid Wood according to EN
338.
scaffold tubes: galvanised steel tubes
with minimum dimensions of 48.3 x
3.2 mm according to EN 12811-1:2003
4.2.1.2.
scaffold tube couplings according to
EN 74.

Deviations from the standard configuration are only permitted after a further
risk assessment has been carried out by
the contractor.On the basis of this risk
assessment, determine appropriate
measures for working and operational
safety as well as stability.
Corresponding proof of stability can be
provided by PERI on request if the risk
assessment and resulting measures to
be implemented are made available.
Before and after exceptional occurrences that may have an adverse effect
regarding the safety of the formwork
system, the contractor must immediately
create another risk assessment, with
appropriate measures for ensuring the
stability of the formwork system being carried out based on the results,
and arrange for an extraordinary
inspection by a qualified person. The
aim of this inspection is to identify and
rectify any damage in good time in
order to guarantee the safe use of the
formwork system.
Exceptional occurrences can include:
accidents,
longer periods of non-use,
natural events, e.g. heavy rainfall,
icing, heavy snowfall, storms or earthquakes.
Assembly, modification and dismantling work
Assembly, modification or dismantling
of formwork systems may only be carried out by technically qualified personnel under the supervision of an authorized person. The technically qualified
personnel must have received appropriate training for the work to be carried
out with regard to specific risks and
dangers.

The contractor must ensure that the


personal protective equipment required
for the assembly, modification or dismantling of the system, e.g.
safety helmet,
safety shoes,
safety gloves,
safety glasses,
is available and used as intended.
If personal protective equipment (PPE)
is required or specified in local regulations, the contractor must determine
appropriate load-bearing points on the
basis of the risk assessment.
The personal protective equipment to be
used is determined by the contractor.
The contractor must
provide safe working areas for site
personnel which are to be reached
through the provision of safe access
ways. Areas of risk must be cordoned
off and clearly marked.
ensure the stability during all stages of
construction, in particular during assembly, modification and dismantling
of the formwork.
ensure and prove that all loads can be
safely transferred.
Utilization
Every contractor who uses or allows
formwork systems or sections of the
formwork to be used, has the responsibility for ensuring that the equipment is
in good condition.
If the formwork system is used successively or at the same time by several
contractors, the health and safety coordinators must point out any possible
mutual hazards and all work must be
then coordinated.

On the basis of the risk assessment and


Instructions for Assembly and Use, the
contractor must create installation
instructions in order to ensure safe
assembly, modification and dismantling
of the formwork system.

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Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

Safety Instructions

System-specific

Storage and transportation

Retract components only when the concrete has sufficiently hardened and the
person in charge has given the goahead for striking to take place.
Anchoring is to take place only if the anchorage has sufficient concrete
strength.

Store and transport components ensuring that no unintentional change in their


position is possible. Detach load-bearing devices and lifting gear from the
lowered components only if they are in
a stable position and no unintentional
change is possible.

Only use designated PERI lifting gear.


During striking, do not tear off the formwork elements with the crane.
If a storm warning is given, additional
push-pull props are to be attached or
other bracing measures are to be carried
out along with implementing the details
contained in the PERI design tables.

Do not drop the components.


Use PERI load-bearing devices and lifting gear as well as only those load-bearing points provided on the component.
During the moving procedure,
ensure that components are picked up
and set down so that unintentional
falling over, falling apart, sliding, falling
down or rolling is avoided.
no persons are allowed to remain under
the suspended load.
The access areas on the jobsite must be
free of obstacles and tripping hazards as
well as being slip-resistant.
For transportation, the surface must
have sufficient load-bearing capacity.
Use original PERI storage and transport
systems, e.g. crate pallets, pallets or
stacking devices.

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A1 Storage and Transportation

Please adhere to the PERI Instructions for Use for Pallets and Stacking
Devices as well as Pallet Lifting Trolley!
Manually-created transport units
must be correctly stacked and secured!

Fig. A1.01a

Transport
PERI pallets and stacking devices are
suitable for lifting by crane or forklift.
They can also be moved with the PERI
Pallet Lifting Trolley.
All pallets and stacking devices can be
lifted using both the longitudinal and
front sides.

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Material damage!
Store and transport panels of the
same size in one stack!
(Fig. A1.01)

Number of panels per stack:


8 Staclomg LIWA panels of one size.
Use Stacking Aid LIWA (16) in order to
protect the panels. (Fig. A1.01a)
Stacking height on truck:
2 stacks, one on top of each other.
Transportation Aid
For transporting the panels without the
use of a crane, the Lifting Pin LIWA (17)
can be used, e.g. for upright transport
(Fig. A1.02).

Fig. A1.01

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Fig. A1.02

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A2 Quick User Guide

Primary formwork

Risk of injury!
Secure panels against tipping over
and wind forces!
Detach lifting gear only when the
push-pull props are securely fixed!
Fig. A2.01

Assembly
1. Lay out panels and connect.
(Fig. A2.01)
2. Mount push-pull props according to
the valid width of influence.
(Fig. A2.02)
3. Transport to place of operation by
crane. (Fig. A2.03)

Fig. A2.02

Fig. A2.03

Closing formwork

Risk of injury!
Detach lifting gear only when the
top anchor has been installed!
Assembly
1. Mount brackets on the panel unit.
2. Install decking and guardrails.
(Fig. A2.04)
3. Transport to place of operation by
crane.
4. Install anchors.

Fig. A2.04

Forming from the external or internal


corner to the compensation.
(Fig. A2.05)

Fig. A2.05

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A2 Quick User Guide

Concreting
From a safe and secure working
scaffold.
(Fig. A2.06)

Striking and moving

Risk of injury!
Concrete strength must be taken
into account!
Secure panels against tipping over
and wind forces!
Detach lifting gear only when the
push-pull props are securely fixed!

Fig. A2.06

Closing formwork
1. Mount crane hook to the panel and fix
to crane lifting gear.
2. Remove ties.
3. Release panel connection.
4. Move element, clean and transport to
place of operations by crane.
5. Connect panels, install anchors.
6. Release crane lifting gear.
Primary formwork
1. Mount crane hook to the panel and fix
to crane lifting gear.
2. Release panel connection.
3. Release push-pull prop anchoring.
4. Move element, clean and transport to
place of operations by crane.
5. Connect panel.
6. Install push-pull props.
7. Release crane lifting gear.
(Fig. A2.07)

Fig. A2.07

Forming from the compensation to the


external or internal corner. (Fig. A2.05)
Fig. A2.08

Cleaning
with PERI Bio Clean and PERI spraying
equipment.
(Fig. A2.08)
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A3 Panel

Panel overview
60

50

Width [cm]
40

LWM 75

Corner Panel 25 Articulated Corner

WDA

75

150

Height [cm]
250

300

75

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A3 Panel

Panel LW 300 x 75
10 Panel
10.1 Anchor strut
10.2 Connecting holes for scaffold
brackets, push-pull-props and
other accessories
10.3 Panel strut
10.4 Frame
10.5 Plywood

10
10.3

21

10.1
50 50 50

25 mm

10.2

10.4
10.2
10.5

10.2

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A4 Panel Connection

Wedge Clamp LIWA


Areas of use:
standard panel joint
external corners, internal corners: see
B, C and D
length compensations: see B4, C4
stopend formwork: see B5, C5
height extensions: see B6, C6

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Number of alignment couplers per


standard panel joint
H = 3.00 m: 3 x Wedge Clamps (20)
(Fig. A4.01)
H = 2.50 m: 2 x Wedge Clamps (20)
(Fig. A4.01a)

Fig. A4.01

Fig. A4.01a

20.1
Assembly
1. Release wedge (20.1).
2. Open Wedge Clamp and position on
the panel strut.
3. Close clamping jaws (20.2).
4. Hammer in wedge 2-3 hammer
blows using normal force.
(Fig. A4.02 + A5.02a)
Wedge Clamp is now in position.

Check position of the wedge and


hammer in once again if clamping
effect is insufficient.

20.2

Fig. A4.02

Fig. A4.02a

21

Wedge Clamp Compensation LIWA


Wedge Clamp Compensation (21) for
compensations up to 5 cm: see B4, C4.
(Fig. A4.03)
Fig. A4.03

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A4 Panel Connection

LIWA Alignment
CouplerLRS

For additional alignment of the LIWA


panels.
Areas of use:
- standard panels
- external corners
- internal corners not possible!
- length compensations up to 5 cm
- height extensions
- stopend formwork

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When securing the wedge, the following effects occur due to the angle of
the frame profile:
1. Panels are flush.
2. Panels are aligned.
3. Panels are tightly connected.
(Fig. A4.04)

3
Fig. A4.04

Fig. A4.05

Assembly
1. Place wedge in upper end position.
2. Open sliding part.
3. Place Alignment Coupler (27) on panel
strut.
4. Close sliding part. Continuous adjustment possible due to wedge spline.
5. Secure wedge.
(Fig. A4.05 + A4.06)

If the wedge head is on the sliding part,


there is no clamping effect!
If so, release the wedge, re-position
the sliding part and secure again with
the hammer.

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Fig. A4.06

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A4 Panel Connection

Compensation Waler
LWR 60

10.1

22

The Compensation Waler LWR 60 (22)


is used as a stiffening, aligning and
force-transmitting panel connection.
Areas of use:
length compensations up to 25 cm:
see B4, C4
height extensions: see B6, C6

22.1

Assembly
1. Mount burls (22.1) in the connecting
holes (10.1). Connecting to all panel
struts is possible.
2. Securely fix the wedges.
(Fig. A4.07)

Fig. A4.07

Timber Holder LIWA


Lifting Pin LIWA
23

for formwork girders h = 20 24 cm


(Fig. A4.08 + A4.08a)
or timbers 5 x 8 cm
(Fig. A4.09 + A5.09a).
Assembly
Attach Timber Holder (23) or Lifting Pin
(17) in the connecting holes of the struts.
Position formwork girders or timbers.

17

Fig. A4.08a

Fig. A4.09a

Fig. A4.08

Fig. A4.09

The panels are aligned flush to each


other.

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A5 Tie Technology

Anchor System DW 15
Perm. load of the tie rod: 90 kN
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Required components:
24
31
32
26

Tie Rod DW 15
Spacer Tube DR 22
Cone DR 22
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15

31

26

24

1x
1x
2x
2x

(Fig. A5.01)

Application
Use only the required number of ties.
Do not exceed permissible tie loads.
Comply with rate of rise.

Fig. A5.01

Accessories
Tie Rod Wrench (34) for one-man
anchor point operations from one side
of the formwork.
Plugs (35) for closing unused tie holes.
(Fig. A5.02)

34

35

Fig. A5.02

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A6 Push-Pull Props

Push-Pull Props and Kickers

Always secure the panels against


tipping over using push-pull props
during assembly, modifications or
dismantling!
Push-pull-props and kickers are mounted
in order to align the formwork as well as
providing stability and resistance against
wind loads. The choice of the push-pull
prop and kicker is determined by the
height of the formwork.
(Fig. A6.01)

Abb3. A6.01a

Assembly
1. Fix Push-Pull Prop (40) and Kicker to
the Brace Connector (41) by means of
pins and cotter pins.
(Fig. A6.01a)
2. Mount Base Plate (42), e.g. with PERI
Anchor Bolts.
(Fig. A6.01b)

42
Fig. A6.01
Fig. A6.01b

Fig. A6.01c

Brace Connector LW
Push-pull props and kickers are attached
to the anchor struts of the panel by
means of the Brace Connector LW.
(Fig. A6.02)

41.1

Assembly
Insert Brace Connector (41) into the
anchor strut (10.1) and secure using pins
and cotter pins (41.1).
(Fig. A6.03 + Fig. A6.01a - A7.01c)

Brace Connector/2 LW
Assembly
Insert Brace Connector/2 LIWA (43)
from below into the struts (10.1) and
secure by means of cam nuts (43.1).
Possible on both vertical and horizontal
panels. (Fig. A6.05 + A7.06)

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43

10.1

Fig. A6.02

43.1

10.1

41

Fig. A6.04

Fig. A6.03

Fig. A6.05

10.1

Fig. A6.06

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A7 Working and Concreting Scaffold

Scaffold Bracket LW 80
Permissible load: 150 kg/m
Maximum width of influence 1.50 m
47

46
Risk of injury!
Secure planking!
Decking components and guardrails must be mounted securely in
position at all times.
Fig. A7.01b

A concreting scaffold is erected on the


formwork by means of the scaffold
brackets. (Fig. A7.01)

45

Required components:
45 Scaffold Bracket LW 80
46 Guardrail Post HSGP-2

1x
1x

(Fig. A7.01a)

Fig. A7.01a

With extended formwork units, the


working scaffold is mounted as part of
the pre-assembly process.

47

Fig. A7.01

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A7 Working and Concreting Scaffold

Assembly on horizontal struts


1. Insert Guardrail Post HSGP-2 (46).
2. Fix Scaffold Brackets (45) in the connecting holes of the panels.
(Fig. A7.02a)

46

Assembly on vertical struts


45.1
1. Insert Guardrail Post HSGP-2 (46).
2. Remove bolts (45.1).
3. Push the Scaffold Brackets (45) over
the panel struts and secure by means
of pins and cotter pins.
(Fig. A7.02b)

Visual check of the mounting bracket!

Assembly of decking and guardrail


protection
1. Install planking from below over the
complete width of the brackets and
secure in position.
2. Install guardrails and secure with
nails.
3. Mount side protection.
(Fig. A7.03)

45

Fig. A7.02a

Fig. A7.02b

View from the rear

Guardrails
Required components:
47 Guardrail Post LIWA

1x

(Fig. A7.01b)
Assembly
1. Slide back securing bolt (47.1).
2. Insert Guardrail Posts LIWA (47) in
the connecting holes of the panel and
secure with pins and cotter pins (47.2).
3. Secure with securing bolts (47.1).
(Fig. A7.03a)

47
47.2
47.1

Fig. A7.03a

Fig. A7.03

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A8 Foundations

Foundation Tie Clamp LIWA


If the bottom tie positions in the strip
and individual foundations are missing,
the Foundation Tie Clamp LIWA with
perforated foundation tie is used.

50

Required perforated foundation tie


length:
Foundation width + 50 cm

52

Assembly
1. Position the panel on the Perforated
Foundation Tie (50).
2. Fix the Foundation Tie Clamp (51) in
the connection hole of the panel by
means of bolts (51.1).
3. Attach Perforated Foundation Tie in
the Clamping Lever (51.2).
4. Tension using Ratchet, SW 14.
(Fig. A8.01 + A8.01a)
5. Hold panel in position at the top with
Top Tie Bracket (52) and Tie Rod.
3 ,0

Technical data Permissible


tension force: 12.9 kN
(for foundation formwork)

0m

51
Fig. A8.01

51.1

51.2

50
10.4 cm

ca. 25 cm

Fig. A8.01a

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21

B1 Corners

90 corners
Compensations
The compensation (14) is always positioned
to the outside of the smallest panel (12).

21

20

12

LW 25

LW 25

13

25

LW 40

20

12

20

LWM 75

LWM 75
LW 25

LW 40

LWM 75

11 24, 26

LW 50

Wall thicknesses from 15 cm to 40 cm


can be continuously formed.
(Fig. B1.01)

20

14

15

20

30

35

LW 25

LW 60
5

LW 25

LW 60

LW 25

LW 50

LWM 75

LWM 75

LWM 75

25

40

Fig. B1.01

Internal formwork
Required components:

Top view
13

24

20

26

13 Corner Panel LW 300 x 25


1x
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA (20), per side 5x

25

Fig. B1.02

22

LIWA Panel Formwork 300


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

B1 Corners

External formwork

Wall thicknesses 15 20 cm
With Panel LW 300 x 40

Wall thicknesses 25 30 cm
With Panel LW 300 x 50

Required components:
11
12
14
24
25
26
20
21

Multi Panel LWM 75


1x
Panel LW ... 40 60*
1x
Wall Thickness Compensator LW 1x
Tie Rod DW 15
3x
Corner Connector LIWA 3x
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15 3x
Wedge Clamp LIWA
*x
Wedge Clamp Compensation
LIWA
*x

12

11
LW

40
LW

50

* depending on wall thickness


(Fig. B1.03a - B1.03c)

21 (4x)

20 (4x)
Fig. B1.03a

24, 25,
26

20 (4x)
20 (5x)

14

20 (4x)
21 (5x)
14

Fig. B1.03b

Wall thicknesses 35 40 cm
With Panel LW 300 x 60

LW

60

20 (4x)

20 (4x)
20 (5x)

20 (5x)
21 (6x)

20 (6x)
Fig. B1.03c

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14

23

B1 Corners

Oblique angles

External corner

Internal corner

LIWA Articulated Corners for oblique


angles from 75 - 165.

Required components:

Required components:

The Wedge Clamps LIWA are to be


mounted in a bottom to top direction
for both external and internal corners.
Anchoring through the corner.

15 Articulated Corner H 300


1x
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side 6x
22 Compensation Waler LWR, per side 3x
(Fig. B1.04)

15 Articulated Corner H 300


1x
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side 6x
30 Anchor
3x
(Fig. B1.05)

22
20

15 30
15

20

For angles 120, the external formwork must be braced with a longer
waler, e.g. Waler 170, Item no. 125473.
It must be anchored through the waler.

Fig. B1.04

Fig. B1.05

x
x

LW 25
135

Example with 135


x = compensation
(Fig. B1.06)

24

Fig. B1.06

LIWA Panel Formwork 300


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

B1 Corners

Next Panel LW after an articulated corner


Wall Thickness [cm]
15

20

Angle
A
I
A
150
I
165

A
I
A
120
I
A
105
I
A
75
I
135

25
25
25
25
40
25
40
25
40
25
50
25

25
25
25
25
40
25
40
25
40
25
50
25

25

30

Panel Width [cm]


25
25
25
25
25
40
25
25
40
40
25
25
40
40
25
25
40
50
25
25
60
60
25
25

35

40

25
25
40
25
40
25
40
25
60
25
75
25

25
25
40
25
40
25
50
25
60
25
75
25

A = external formwork
I = internal formwork

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B2 T-junctions, Wall Connections

T-junctions
Wall thicknesses from 15 cm to 40 cm
can be continuously formed.
(Fig. B2.01)

Compensations
The compensation (14) is always positioned
to the inside of the corner panel (13).

12
LW 40

LW 40

LW 50

20
15

20

20

LW 50

25

20

25

20
13

25

5
25

25

21
14

25

25

LW 60

LW 60

Fig. B2.01

30

25

25

25

25

25

25

40

35

Internal formwork
Required components:
13
20
14
21

Corner Panel LW 300 x 25


Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side
Wall Thickness Compensation
Wedge Clamp Compensation
LIWA

14, 21 (5x)

2x
5x
1x

13
20 (5x)

5x

(Fig. B2.02a)

External formwork
Required components:
12 Panel LW 300 x 40 - 60*
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA

1x
3x

* depending on wall thickness


(Fig. B2.02b)

12

Fig. B2.02a

26

20 (3x)

Fig. B2.02b

LIWA Panel Formwork 300


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

B2 T-junctions, Wall Connections

Obtuse wall connection


Connection with Multi Panel LWM 75
(Fig. B2.03)
LWM 75

LWM 75

Fig. B2.03

Connection with Wall Thickness


Compensator LW (14)
(Fig. B2.04)

14
LW 75

LW 75

Fig. B2.04

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27

B3 Wall Offsets

Wall Offsets 5 45 cm

Wall offset 5 cm

Wall offset 45 cm

without anchor in the offset

25

LW 50
25

LW 50

25

25
25
LW 50

25

LWM 75

13

LWM 75

1x
1x
1x
3x
3x
3x
5x
3x

LW 50
45

Multi Panel LWM 75


Panel LW 300 x 50
Corner Panel LW 300 x 25
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Wedge Clamp LIWA
Compensation Waler LWR 60

22

LWM 75

11
12
13
24
25
26
20
22

24, 25, 26 12

Required components:

LWM 75

11

(Fig. B3.01 - B3.01b)


Number per formwork side
Fig. B3.01a

Fig. B3.01b

For wall offsets > 5 cm, push-pull props


are to be used.

20 (5x)

Fig. B3.01

Wall offsets 50 65 cm

Wall offset 50 cm

1x anchor in the offset

Wall offset 65 cm

24, 25, 26 12 22
11
13

LW 50

LW 50
LWM 75
65

25

25
LW 50

25
25
LW 50

(Fig. B3.01 + B3.02 B3.02a)


Number per formwork side
Fig. B3.02

28

25

25
LWM 75

1x
1x
1x
3x
3x
3x
5x
3x

LWM 75

Multi Panel LWM 75


Panel LW 300 x 50
Corner Panel LW 300 x 25
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Wedge Clamp LIWA
Compensation Waler LWR 60

50

11
12
13
24
25
26
20
22

LWM 75

Required components:

Fig. B3.02a

LIWA Panel Formwork 300


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

B3 Wall Offsets

30
LW 40

30
LW 40

25
LWM 75

13

LW 40

75

11

LWM 75

1x
1x
1x
3x
3x
3x
5x
3x

25

Multi Panel LWM 300


Panel LW 300 x 40
Corner Panel LW 300 x 25
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Wedge Clamp LIWA
Compensation Waler LWR 60

Wall offset 75 cm

LW 40

25

11
12
13
24
25
26
20
22

22

LWM 75

Required components:

12

70

1x anchor in the offset

LWM 75

Wall offset 70 cm
24, 25, 26

25

Wall offsets 70 80 cm

(Fig. B3.03 - B3.03c)


Number per formwork side
Fig. B3.03a

Fig. B3.03b

Corner Panel LW 25, turned.


20 (5x)

Wall offset 80 cm

30

25
LWM 75

80

25

LWM 75

LW 40

LW 40

Fig. B3.03c

Fig. B3.03

Wall offset 85 cm

Wall offset 85 cm

2x anchors in the offset


Required components:

30

25
LWM 75

1x
1x
1x
3x
3x
3x
5x
3x

85

LWM 75

Multi Panel LWM 300


Panel LW 300 x 40
Corner Panel LW 300 x 25
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Wedge Clamp LIWA
Compensation Waler LWR 60

25

11
12
13
24
25
26
20
22

LW 40

LW 40

(Fig. B3.03 + B3.04)


Number per formwork side
Fig. B3.04

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29

B4 Length Compensation

Length compensations up to 5 cm
With the Wall Thickness Compensation
LW 300 x 5 (14) or cut-to-size timber.
Connection using the Wedge Clamp
Compensation LIWA (21).
Anchor in the compensation (30).
(Fig. B4.01 + B4.01a)

21 (3x)

5 cm

14
30

Fig. B4.01

Length compensations up to 25 cm

Fig. B4.01a

21 (3x)

Required components:
10.6 Plywood filler 21 mm
1x
18 Timber 5 x 8 cm
2x
21 Wedge Clamp Compensation
LIWA
3x
22 Compensation Waler LWR 60 3x

22

(Fig. B4.02 + B4.02a)

21

25 cm

10.6
18
22

Fig. B4.02

30

Fig. B4.02a

LIWA Panel Formwork 300


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

B5 Stopend Formwork

With timber and plywood filler


Required components:
11
30
22
24
25
26

Multi Panel LWM 75


Anchor
Waler LWR 80
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15

2x
3x
3x
6x
6x
6x

(Fig. B5.01 + B5.01a)

3x Waler LWR 80 up to wall thickness


34 cm.
4x Waler LWR 80 up to wall thickness
40 cm.
24, 25, 26

26, 30 11
LWM 75

22
LWM 75

Fig. B5.01

Fig. B5.01a

With Multi Panel LWM 300 x 75


Required components:
11
30
24
25
26

Multi Panel LWM 75


Anchor
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15

3x
3x
6x
6x
6x

(Fig. B5.02 + B5.02a)

24, 25, 26
11

26, 30 11
LWM 75
LWM 75

Fig. B5.02a

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Fig. B5.02

31

B6 Height Extensions

Extension guidelines for


horizontal pre-assembly
up to H = 3.75 m.

20

22

75 cm

Take into consideration the permissible load-carrying capacity of 300 kg


for the Crane Hook LIWA as well as
the crane capacity!
Consider: Instructions for Use Crane Hook LIWA

22
20

Panel connections
Connect panels by means of Wedge
Clamp LIWA (20) and Compensation
Waler LWR 60 (22).
(Fig. B6.01 - B6.03)

3,0 m

Assembly
The assembly surface must be level.
Place timbers or planks in position as
support.
Pre-assemble extension units in a
horizontal position, with the formlining
facing downwards.

75 cm
Fig. B6.01

32

75 cm

75 cm

75 cm

75 cm
Fig. B6.02

LIWA Panel Formwork 300


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

B6 Height Extensions

75 cm

75 cm
2,65 m

75 cm

40 cm

Horizontal panel

3,0 m
Fig. B6.03

LIWA Panel Formwork 300


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

33

C1 90 Corners

90 corners
Compensations
The compensation (14) is always positioned
to the outside of the smallest panel (12).

12

20

21

LW 25

13

LW 25

20

25

LW 40

12

20

LWM 75

LWM 75
LW 25

LW 40

LWM 75

11 24, 26

LW 50

Wall thicknesses from 15 cm to 40 cm


can be continuously formed.
(Fig. C1.01)

20

14

15

20

30

LW 25

LW 60
5

LW 25

LW 60

LW 25

LW 50

LWM 75

LWM 75

LWM 75

25

40

35

Fig. C1.01

13

Internal formwork

20

Top view
24

Required components:
13 Corner Panel LW 250 x 25
1x
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side 4x

26

(Fig. C1.02)

25

Fig. C1.02

34

LIWA Panel Formwork 250


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

C1 90 Corners

External formwork

Wall thicknesses 15 20 cm
With Panel LW 250 x 40

Wall thicknesses 25 30 cm
With Panel LW 250 x 50

Required components:
11
12
14
24
25
26
20
21

Multi Panel LWM 75


1x
Panel LW. .. 40 - 60*
1x
Wall Thickness Compensator LW 1x
Tie Rod DW 15
2x
Corner Connector LIWA
2x
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15 2x
Wedge Clamp LIWA
*x
Wedge Clamp Compensation
LIWA
*x

12

11
LW

40

LW

50

* depending on wall thickness


(Fig. C1.03a + C1.03c)

21 (3x)

20 (3x)
24, 25,
26

Fig. C1.03a

14

20 (3x)
20 (4x)
Fig. C1.03b

20 (3x)
21 (4x)
14

Wall thicknesses 35 40 cm
With Panel LW 250 x 60

LW

60

20 (3x)

20 (3x)
20 (4x)

20 (4x)
20 (5x)

Fig. C1.03c

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21 (5x)
14

35

C1 Corners

Oblique angles

External corner

Internal corner

LIWA Articulated Corners for oblique


angles from 75 165.

Required components:

Required components:

Wedge Clamps LIWA are to be


mounted in a bottom to top direction
for both external and internal corners.
Anchoring through the corner.

(Fig. C1.04)

For angles 120, the external formwork must be braced with a longer
waler, e.g. Waler 170, Item no. 125473.
It must be anchored through the waler.

15 Corner Panel LW 250 x 25


1x
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side 5x
22 Compensation Waler LWR, per side 2x

15 Corner Panel LW 250 x 25


1x
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side 5x
30 Anchor
2x
(Fig. C1.05)
15 30
20

15
22

20

Fig. C1.04

Fig. C1.05

x
x

LW 25
135

Example with 135


x = compensation
(Fig. C1.06)

36

Fig. C1.06

LIWA Panel Formwork 250


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LIWA Panel Formwork 250


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

37

C2 T-junctions, Wall Connections

T-junction
Wall thicknesses from 15 cm to 40 cm
can be continuously formed.
(Fig. C2.01)

Compensations
The compensation (14) is always positioned
to the inside of the corner panel (13).

12
LW 40

LW 40

LW 50

20
15

20

20

LW 50

25

25

20

25

20
13

25

25

21
14

25

25

LW 60

LW 60

Fig. C2.01

30

25

25

25

25

25

25

40

35

Internal formwork
14
21 (4x)

Required components:
13
20
14
21

Corner Panel LW 250 x 25


Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side
Wall Thickness Compensation
Wedge Clamp Compensation LIWA

2x
4x
1x
4x

13
20 (4x)

(Fig. C2.02a)

External formwork
Required components:
12 Panel LW. .. 40 60*
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA

1x
2x

12 20 (2x)

* depending on wall thickness


(Fig. C2.02b)
Fig. C2.02a

38

Fig. C2.02b

LIWA Panel Formwork 250


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

C2 T-junctions, Wall Connections

Obtuse wall connection


Connection with Multi Panel LWM 75
(Fig. C2.03)
LWM 75

LWM 75

Fig. C2.03

14

Connection with Wall Thickness


Compensation LW (14)
(Fig. C2.04)

LW 75

LW 75

Fig. C2.04

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39

C3 Wall Offsets

Wall offsets 5 45 cm

Wall offset 5 cm

Wall offset 45 cm

without anchor in the offset

25

LW 50

25

25
LW 50

25

25

LW 50

25

LWM 75

13

LWM 75

1x
1x
1x
2x
2x
2x
4x
2x

LW 50
45

Multi Panel LWM 75


Panel LW 250 x 50
Corner Panel LW 250 x 25
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Wedge Clamp LIWA
Compensation Waler LWR 60

22

LWM 75

11
12
13
24
25
26
20
22

24, 25, 26 12

Required components:

LWM 75

11

(Fig. C3.01 - C3.01b)


Number per formwork side
Fig. C3.01a

Fig. C3.01b

For wall offsets > 5 cm, push-pull props


are to be used.

20 (4x)

Fig. C3.01

Wall offsets 50 65 cm

Wall offset 50 cm

1x anchor in the offset

Wall offset 65 cm

24, 25, 26 12 22
11
13

LW 50

LW 50
LWM 75
65

25

25
LW 50

25
25
LW 50

(Fig. C3.01 + C3.02 C3.02a)


Number per formwork side
Fig. C3.02

40

25

25
LWM 75

1x
1x
1x
2x
2x
2x
4x
2x

LWM 75

Multi Panel LWM 75


Panel LW 250 x 50
Corner Panel LW 250 x 25
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Wedge Clamp LIWA
Compensation Waler LWR 60

50

11
12
13
24
25
26
20
22

LWM 75

Required components:

Fig. C3.02a

LIWA Panel Formwork 250


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

C3 Wall Offsets

LW 40

30
LW 40

25
LWM 75

30

LW 40

75

13

LWM 75

11

25

1x
1x
1x
2x
2x
2x
4x
2x

Wall offset 75 cm

LWM 75

Multi Panel LWM 75


Panel LW 250 x 50
Corner Panel LW 250 x 25
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Wedge Clamp LIWA
Compensation Waler LWR 60

22

LW 40

25

11
12
13
24
25
26
20
22

12

70

Required components:

LWM 75

Wall offset 70 cm
24, 25, 26

1x anchor in the offset

25

Wall offsets 70 80 cm

(Fig. C3.03 - C3.03c)


Number per formwork side
Fig. C3.03a

Fig. C3.03b

Corner Panel LW 25, turned.


20 (4x)

Wall offset 80 cm

30

25
LWM 75

80

25

LWM 75

LW 40

LW 40

Fig. C3.03

Wall offset 85 cm

Fig. C3.03c

Wall offset 85 cm
(Fig. C3.04)

2x anchors in the offset


Required components:

30

25
LWM 75

1x
1x
1x
2x
2x
2x
4x
2x

85

LWM 75

Multi Panel LWM 75


Panel LW 250 x 40
Corner Panel LW 250 x 25
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Wedge Clamp LIWA
Compensation Waler LWR 60

25

11
12
13
24
25
26
20
22

LW 40

LW 40

(Fig. C3.03 + C3.04)


Number per formwork side
Fig. C3.04

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41

C4 Length Compensation

Length compensations up to 5 cm
With the Wall Thickness Compensation
LW 250 x 5 (14) or cut-to-size timber.
Connection using the Wedge Clamp
Compensation LIWA (21).
Anchor in the compensation (30).
(Fig. C4.01 + C4.01a)

21 (2x)

5 cm

14
30

Fig. C4.01

Length compensations up to 25 cm

Fig. C4.01a

21 (2x)

Required components:
10.6 Plywood filler 21 mm
1x
18 Timber 5 x 8 cm
2x
21 Wedge Clamp Compensation
LIWA
3x
22 Compensation Waler LWR 60 3x

22

(Fig. C4.02 + C4.02a)

21

25 cm

10.6
18
22

Fig. C4.02

42

Fig. C4.02a

LIWA Panel Formwork 250


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

C5 Stopend Formwork

With timber and filler plywood


Required components:
11
30
22
24
25
26

Multi Panel LWM 75


Anchor
Waler LWR 80
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15

2x
2x
2x
4x
4x
4x

(Fig. C5.01 + C5.01a)

24, 25, 26

26, 30

11

LWM 75

Fig. C5.01

22
LWM 75

Fig. C5.01a

With Multi Panel LWM 250 x 75


Required components:
11
30
24
25
26

Multi Panel LWM 75


Anchor
Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15

3x
2x
4x
4x
4x

(Fig. C5.02 + C5.02a)

24, 25, 26

26, 30

11

LWM 75

11
LWM 75

Fig. C5.02a

LIWA Panel Formwork 250


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Fig. C5.02

43

C6 Height Extensions

Extension guidelines for


horizontal pre-assembly
up to H = 3.25 m.

20

22

75 cm

Take into consideration the permissible load-carrying capacity of 300 kg


for the Crane Hook LIWA as well as
the crane capacity!
Take into consideration: Instructions
for Use - Crane Hook LIWA

22
20

Panel connections
Connect panels by means of Wedge
Clamp LIWA (20) and Compensation
Waler LWR 60 (22).
(Fig. C6.01 - C6.04)

2,50 m

Assembly
The assembly surface must be level.
Place timbers or planks in position as
support.
Pre-assemble extension units in a
horizontal position, with the formlining
facing downwards.

75 cm
Fig. C6.01

44

75 cm

50 cm

50 cm

75 cm
Fig. C6.02

LIWA Panel Formwork 250


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

C6 Height Extensions

75 cm

75 cm

2,5 m

2.85 m

3,85 m

75 cm

60 cm

75 cm

60 cm

Horizontal panel

75 cm

75 cm

50 cm

2.5 m

50 cm

Fig. C6.03

LIWA Panel Formwork 250


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

Fig. C6.04

45

D1 90 Corners

90 corners
Wall thicknesses from 15 cm to 40 cm
can be continuously formed.
(Fig. D1.01)
20

LWM 75

21

LW 50

LW 25

20

12

20
13

LW 25

12

LWM 75

LWM 75

LW 40

16

20

LW 25

15

LW 40

11

Compensations
The compensation (14) is always positioned
to the outside of the smallest panel (12).

14

20

30

LW 60
5

LW 25

LW 60

LW 25

LW 50

LWM 75

LWM 75

LWM 75

25

LW 25

15

40

35

Fig. D1.01

Internal formwork

Top view
13

Required components:
13 Corner Panel LW 250 x 25
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA,
vertical connection
30 Anchor Wedge Clamp LIWA
(Fig. D1.02)

20 (5x)

26, 30 20 (1x)

24

2x
5x

26

1x
4x
25

Fig. D1.02

46

LIWA Panel Formwork 150 + 150


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

D1 90 Corners

External formwork

Wall thicknesses 15 20 cm
With Panel LW 150 x 40

Wall thicknesses 25 30 cm
With Panel LW 150 x 50

Required components:
11
12
14
24
25
26
20
21

Multi Panel LWM 75


2x
Panel LW ... 40 - 60*
1x
Wall Thickness Compensator LW 1x
Tie Rod DW 15
4x
Corner Connector LIWA
4x
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15 4x
Wedge Clamp LIWA
*x
Wedge Clamp Compensation LIWA
Wedge Clamp LIWA
*x
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side 2x

20 (2x)
11

20 (2x)
12
LW

40

LW

50

* depending on wall thickness


(Fig. D1.03a + D1.03c)

20 (4x)
20 (4x)
24, 25, 26
Fig. D1.03a

20 (4x)
21 (4x)

20 (4x)
20 (5x)

14

14

20 (4x)
21 (5x)

24, 25, 26
Fig. D1.03b

Wall thicknesses 35 40 cm
With Panel LW 150 x 60

20 (2x)

LW

60

20 (4x)

20 (4x)
20 (5x)

Fig. D1.03c

20 (6x)
24, 25, 26

20 (5x)
21 (6x)
14

LIWA Panel Formwork 150 + 150


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

47

D1 Corners

Oblique angles

External corners

Internal corners

LIWA Articulated Corners for oblique


angles from 75 165.

Required components:

Required components:

The Wedge Clamps LIWA are to be


mounted in a bottom to top direction
for both external and internal corners.
Anchoring through the corner.

For angles 120, the external formwork must be braced with a longer
waler, e.g. Waler 170, Item no. 125473.
It must be anchored through the waler.

15 Articulated Corner H 150 + 150 1x


20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side 4x
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA,
per sidevertical connection
2x
22 Compensation Waler LWR,
per side
4x

15 Articulated Corner H 150 + 150 1x


20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, per side 4x
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, vertical
connection
1x
30 Anchor
4x
(Fig. D1.05)

(Fig. D1.04)
30
22

15
20

15

20

20

20

Fig. D1.05

Fig. D1.04

x
LW 25
135

Example with 135


x = compensation
(Fig. D1.06)

48

Fig. D1.06

LIWA Panel Formwork 150 + 150


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

D2 T-junctions, Wall Connections

T-Junctions
Wall thicknesses from 15 cm to 40 cm
can be continuously formed.
(Fig. D2.01)

Compensations
The compensation (14) is always positioned
to the inside of the corner panel (13).

12
LW 40

LW 50

LW 40

15

20

20

LW 50

25

25

20

25

20
13

25

25

25

21
14
20

25
LW 60

LW 60

Fig. D2.01

30

25

25

25

25

25

25

40

35

Internal formwork
14, 21 (4x)

Required components:
13
20
14
21
20

Corner Panel LW ... 25


Wedge Clamp LIWA
Wall Thickness Compensation
Wedge Clamp Compensation LIWA
Wedge Clamp LIWA, vertical
connection

13

2x
4x
1x
4x

20 (4x)

1x

(Fig. D2.02a)

External formwork
Required components:
12 Panel LW ... 40 - 60*
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA
20 Wedge Clamp LIWA, vertical
connection
* depending on wall thickness
(Fig. D2.02b)

1x
4x
12

1x

20 (1x)

20 (1x)
Fig. D2.02a

LIWA Panel Formwork 150 + 150


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

20 (4x)

Fig. D2.02b

49

E1 Column Formwork

LWM 75

55 cm

LWM 75

LWM 75

LWM 75

15 cm

LWM 75
LWM 75

With the Multi Panel LWM 75, column


cross-sections from 15 cm up to 55 cm
can be formed in 5 cm increments.
(Fig. E1.01a + E1.01b)

LWM 75

Column Formwork with LIWA

LWM 75
55 cm

15 cm

Fig. E1.01b

Fig. E1.01a

Top view
24
26

19

25

11

25

24, 26

Column Formwork H = 300


Perm. fresh concrete pressure
50 kN/m
Required components:
11
24
25
26
19

Multi Panel LWM 300 x 75


Tie Rod DW 15*
Corner Connector LIWA*
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15*
Chamfer Strip LIWA

1x
3x
3x
3x
1x

*per panel
(Fig. E1.02a + E1.02b)

Fig. E1.02a

50

Fig. E1.02b

LIWA Panel Formwork 300, 250, 150 + 150


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

E1 Column Formwork

H = 250

11 25 24, 26

Perm. fresh concrete pressure


50 kN/m
Required components:
11
24
25
26
19

Multi Panel LWM 250 x 75


Tie Rod DW 15*
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Chamfer Strip LIWA

1x
2x
2x
1x

*per panel
(Fig. E1.03a + E1.03b)

Fig. E1.03b

Fig. E1.03a

11

H = 150 + 150

25

24, 26

Perm. fresh concrete pressure


65 kN/m
Required components:
11
24
25
26
20

Multi Panel LWM 150 x 75


Tie Rod DW 15
Corner Connector LIWA
Wingnut Counterplate DW 15
Wedge Clamp LIWA, vertical
connection
19 Chamfer Strip LIWA

2x
4x
4x
4x
2x
1x

*per side
(Fig. E1.04a + E1.04b)
20 (2x)

Fig. E1.04a

LIWA Panel Formwork 300, 250, 150 + 150


Instructions for Assembly and Use Standard Configuration

Fig. E1.04b

51

LIWA Panel Formwork


Panel LW 300 x 75
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

1000

3000

1000

500

Item no. Weight kg


116878 77,900

750
14x50 = 700

25

66,400

Panel LW 300 x 60
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

1000

3000

1000

500

116906

100

500

25

600
11x50 = 550

25

59,400

Panel LW 300 x 50
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

1000

3000

1000

500

116916

100

500

25

500

52

9x50 = 450

25

100

500

25

LIWA Panel Formwork


Panel LW 300 x 40
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

1000

3000

1000

500

Item no. Weight kg


116923 52,500

400
7x50 = 350

77,900

Multi Panel LWM 300 x 75


Panel with 12 mm plywood.
For oblique angels, wall connections etc.

1000

3000

1000

500

116984

25

100

500

25

750
14x50 = 700

3000

1000

500

Corner Panel LW 300 x 25


For 90 internal corners.

1000

250
25

4 x 50

25

100

45,200

500

116930

25

100

500

25

53

LIWA Panel Formwork


Articulated Corner LIWA 300
Alu panel with aluminium formlining. For oblique
angles from 75, can be used internally and
externally.

3000

Item no. Weight kg


117209 34,700

200

100

200

13,900

Wall Thickness Comp. LW 300 x 5


For adjusting to wall thicknesses.

1000

3000

1000

500

117364

50

65,400

Panel LW 250 x 75
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

2500

1500

500

117717

100

500

10

750

54

14x50 = 700

25

100

500

25

LIWA Panel Formwork


Panel LW 250 x 60
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

2500

1500

500

Item no. Weight kg


117721 55,500

600
11x50 = 550

25

49,700

Panel LW 250 x 50
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

2500

1500

500

117725

100

500

25

500
9x50 = 450

25

2500

500

Panel LW 250 x 40
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

1500

400
25

7x50 = 350

25

100

43,900

500

117730

100

500

25

55

LIWA Panel Formwork


Multi Panel LWM 250 x 75
Panel with 12 mm plywood.
For oblique angles, wall connections etc.

2500

1500

500

Item no. Weight kg


117738 65,200

750
14x50 = 700

37,800

Corner Panel LW 250 x 25


For 90 internal corners.

2500

1500

500

117736

250
4 x 50

29,100

Articulated Corner LIWA 250


Alu panel with aluminium formlining. For oblique
angles from 75, can be used internally and
externally.

2500

124006

25

100

500

25

200

100

200

56

25

100

500

25

LIWA Panel Formwork


Wall Thickness Comp. LW 250 x 5
For adjusting to wall thicknesses.

2500

1500

500

Item no. Weight kg


117746 11,600

50

42,900

Panel LW 150 x 75
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

14x50 = 700

25

100

1500

750
25

250

1000

250

117013

100

500

10

600
25

11x50 = 550

25

100

1500

250

Panel LW 150 x 60
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

1000

36,000

250

117024

57

LIWA Panel Formwork


Panel LW 150 x 50
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

9x50 = 450

25

28,300

Panel LW 150 x 40
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

7x50 = 350

42,900

Multi Panel LWM 150 x 75


Panel with 12 mm plywood.
For oblique angles, wall connections etc.

1500

750
14x50 = 700

23,600

Corner Panel LW 150 x 25


For 90 internal corners.

58

1500

250
25

4 x 50

25

100

250

1000

250

117510

25

100

25

250

1000

250

117029

25

100

1500

400
25

250

1000

250

117111

100

1500

500
25

250

1000

250

Item no. Weight kg


117107 32,100

LIWA Panel Formwork


Articulated Corner LIWA 150
Alu panel with aluminium formlining. For oblique
angles from 75, can be used internally and
externally.

1500

Item no. Weight kg


117275 17,500

200

100

200

7,140

Wall Thickness Comp. LW 150 x 5


For adjusting to wall thicknesses.

1500

50

100

10

250

1000

250

117367

117125

24,800

Panel LW 75 x 75
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

25

117136

20,300

100

750

14x50 = 700

250

500

750
25

Panel LW 75 x 60
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

25

Panel LW 75 x 50
Panel with 12 mm plywood.
500
25

9x50 = 450

25

100

750

500

18,100

250

117140

100

750

11x50 = 550

250

500

600
25

59

LIWA Panel Formwork


Item no. Weight kg
117144 15,900

Panel LW 75 x 40
Panel with 12 mm plywood.

25

117146

24,700

100

750

7x50 = 350

250

500

400
25

Multi Panel LWM 75 x 75


Panel with 12 mm plywood.
For oblique angles, wall connections etc.

117541

12,600

100

Corner Panel LW 75 x 25
For 90 internal corners.

4 x 50

100
10

1,120

Wedge Clamp LIWA


For standard panel connections.

160

126

24

117573

50

100

250

500

Wall Thickness Comp. LW 75 x 5


For adjusting to wall thicknesses.

750

3,760

25

750

25

250

500

250

117370

97

2,000

Wedge Clamp Compensation LIWA


For compensations up to 5 cm thickness.

211

136

24

117677

161

60

25

750

14x50 = 700

250

500

750
25

LIWA Panel Formwork


Item no. Weight kg
127460 3,920

LIWA Alignment Coupler LRS


For compensations up to 5 cm theckness.
61
40

131

max 144

288

1,160

Chamfer Strip LIWA l = 3.00 m

118

118612

259

28

4,880

Compensation Waler LWR 60


For longitudinal compensation and stopends with
LIWA. Maximum compensation width 25 cm.

Technical Data
Permissible bending moment 1.38 kNm.

165

60

20

20

117320

630

Technical Data
Permissible bending moment 1.38 kNm.

800

60

Waler LWR 80
For stopend formwork.

20

3,810

20

118380

173

60

61

LIWA Panel Formwork


Item no. Weight kg
125473 18,400

Waler 170
For bracing the formwork if you use the articulated
corner 120.

Technical Data
Permissible bending moment 1.39 kNm.

80

36

115

30

1700

1,140

Corner Connector-2, LIWA


For external corners and columns.
70

112080

136

117169

1,520

Brace Connector LIWA


For connecting push-pull props and kicker braces
to LIWA panels.

80

Complete with
1 pc. 027170 Pin 16 x 42, galv.
1 pc. 105400 Pin 20 x 140, galv.
2 pc. 018060 Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.

159

16x42

17
21

3,050

Brace Connector-2, LIWA


For connecting push-pull props and kicker braces
to LIWA panels. Mounted on vertical and horizontal struts.

134

Complete with
1 pc. 027170 Pin 16 x 42, galv.
1 pc. 018060 Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.

96

125329

20x140

16x42
375

62

167

LIWA Panel Formwork


Item no. Weight kg
117354 6,470

Scaffold Bracket LW 80
For assembly of a working and concreting scaffold
with LIWA. Mounted on horizontal and vertical
struts.

Technical Data
Permissible load 150 kg/m2.
Maximum width of influence 1.50 m.

981

100

830

45

4,730

116292

4,730

Accessories
Guardrail Post HSGP-2
Guardrail Post HSGP-2
As guardrail for different systems.

65

0,774

Tie Bracket LIWA


For grid-independent anchoring outside of the
panel, especially for foundations.

90

125448

35

1300

1050

450

120

116292

733

50

20
110

Foundation Tie Clamp LIWA


For anchoring foundation formwork in combination
with the Perforated Foundation Tie.
116
SW14

62

2,230

173

117231

100

63

LIWA Panel Formwork


Perforated Foundation Tie, 25 m
For use with Foundation Tie Clamp TRIO,
DOMINO, LIWA and HANDSET.

Technical Data
Permissible tension force 12.9 kN.

50

5,230

Crane Hook LIWA


For transporting LIWA panels.

Note
Follow Instructions for Use!
Technical Data
Permissible load-bearing capacity 300 kg.

439

117747

22

20

50

Item no. Weight kg


023020 0,676

199

146

0,029

Stacking Aid LIWA

45

115560

49

45

117931

1,460

45

Lifting Pin LIWA


For vertical transportation of the elements or
aligning the formwork with timbers up to 8 cm.

156

18

393

125229

1,630

Timber Holder LIWA


For aligning LIWA panels with timbers or
girders VT 20, GT 24.

332

64

272

16

LIWA Panel Formwork


Guardrail Post LIWA
For assembling a guardrail on LIWA panels.

65

35

1315

1 34 9

44 0

12 0

Item no. Weight kg


125100 5,160

75

117466

10,600

Push-Pull Prop RS 210, galv.


Extension length l = 1.30 2.10 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems and precast
concrete elements.

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 1300

max 2100

48,3
17

1178

60,6

21

Push-Pull Prop RS 260, galv.


Extension length l = 2.30 2.60 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems and precast
concrete elements.

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 2300

max 2600

48,3
21

2178

17

12,200

60,6

118238

65

LIWA Panel Formwork


Item no. Weight kg
117467 15,500

Push-Pull Prop RS 300, galv.


Extension length l = 1.90 3.00 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems and precast
concrete elements.

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 1900

max 3000

48,3
17

64,5

21

1773

117468

23,000

Push-Pull Prop RS 450, galv.


Extension length l = 2.80 4.50 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems and precast
concrete elements.

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 2800

max 4500

48,3
17

2670

73

21

117469

40,000

Push-Pull Prop RS 650, galv.


Extension length l = 4.30 6.50 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems and precast
concrete elements.

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 4300

max 6500

48,3

4140

115,000

Push-Pull Prop RS 1000, galv.


Extension length l = 6.40 10.00 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems.

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 6325

max 10000

48,3

17

21

102

21

66

10

028990

17

88,9

21

LIWA Panel Formwork


Item no. Weight kg
103800 271,000

Push-Pull Prop RS 1400, galv.


Extension length l = 6.40 14.00 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems.

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.
Chain can be operated from bottom.

min 6400

max 14000

6290

20 x 200 = 4000

10

20 x 200 = 4000

48,3
17
21

48,3
21

3,250

Base Plate-2 for RS 210 1400, galv.


For assembly of Push-Pull Props RS 210, 260,
300, 450, 650, 1000 and 1400.

Complete with
2 pc. 105400 Pin 20 x 140, galv.
2 pc. 018060 Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.

106

117343

21
52
261

028010

17,900

Push-Pull Prop RSS I


Extension length l = 2.05 2.94 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems.

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 2050

max 2940

32

1915

16,5

10

0,210

Accessories
Anchor Bolt PERI 14/20 x 130

70

124777

64

67

LIWA Panel Formwork


Spindle Handle RSS / AV
Spindle Handle for screwing on Push-Pull-Props
RSS I, RSS II, RSS III and Kickers AV 210 and AV
190 complete with 2 bolts and nuts M8.

179

Item no. Weight kg


113397 1,600

196

028020

22,000

Push-Pull Prop RSS II


Extension length l = 2.91 3.80 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems.

130

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 2910

max 3800

2775

16,5

028030

38,400

Push-Pull Prop RSS III


Extension length l = 4.60 6.00 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems.

10

15

16,5

70

32

Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 4600

max 6000

4399

106000

1,820

Base Plate-2 for RSS, galv.


For assembly of RSS Push-Pull Props.

Complete with
1 pc. 027170 Pin 16 x 42, galv.
1 pc. 018060 Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.

85

11

150

68

0,210

Accessories
Anchor Bolt PERI 14/20 x 130

100

12

21

124777

16,5

15

16,5

82,5

48,3

LIWA Panel Formwork


Item no. Weight kg
057087
057088

3,720
4,410

Kickers AV
Kicker AV 82
Kicker AV 111
For aligning PERI formwork systems.

min. L
max. L
500
820
790
1110
Complete with
1 pc. 027170 Pin 16 x 42, galv.
1 pc. 018060 Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.
Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 500
min 790

max 820
max 1110

38

30
16,5

5,180

Kicker AV 140
Extension length l = 1.08 1.40 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems.

10

390
690

10

028110

16x42

Complete with
1 pc. 027170 Pin 16 x 42, galv.
1 pc. 018060 Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.
Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 1080 max 1400

38

30
16,5

16x42

Complete with
1 pc. 027170 Pin 16 x 42, galv.
1 pc. 018060 Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.
Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 1280

max 2100

36
16x42
1171

16,5

10

Kicker AV 210
Extension length l = 1.28 2.10 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems.

70

12,900

10

108135

10

10

980

69

LIWA Panel Formwork


Item no. Weight kg
028120 17,000

Kicker AV RSS III


Extension length l = 2.03 2.92 m.
For aligning PERI formwork systems.

Complete with
1 pc. 027170 Pin 16 x 42, galv.
1 pc. 018060 Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.
Note
Permissible load see PERI Design Tables.

min 2030

max 2920

1915

124777

0,210

Anchor Bolt PERI 14/20 x 130


For temporary fixation to reinforced concrete
structures.

Note
See PERI data sheet!
Drilling 14 mm.

14

70

16,5

10

10

16x42

70

32

SW 24
130

71

72

73

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5480 AH-Schijndel
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www.peri.nl

13 Hungary
PERI Kft.
1181 Budapest
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www.peri.hu

20 Norway
PERI Norge AS
3036 Drammen
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www.peri.no

27 Chile
PERI Chile Ltda.
Colina, Santiago de Chile
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www.peri.cl

34 Latvia
PERI SIA
2118 Salaspils novads, Rigas rajons
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www.peri-latvija.lv

07 USA
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Elkridge, MD 21075
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www.peri-usa.com

14 Malaysia
21 Poland
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Selangor Darul Ehsan
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info@perimalaysia.com
www.perimalaysia.com

28 Romania
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077015 Baloteti
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www.peri.ro

35 United Arab Emirates


PERI (L.L.C.)
Dubai U.A.E.
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www.perime.com

08 Indonesia
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36 Canada
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Bolton, ON L7E 1K1
info@peri.ca
www.peri.ca

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22 Sweden
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30262 Halmstad
peri@periform.se
www.periform.se

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37 Lebanon
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57 Saudi Arabia
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38 Lithuania
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45 South Africa
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52 Belorussia
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58 Qatar
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P.O.Box: 31295 - Doha
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Nigeria
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Lagos
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65 Oman
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39 Morocco
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Tanger
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54 India
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60 Albania
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www.peri.com.tr

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Philippines
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www.peri.bg

48 Serbia
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55 Jordan
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61 Peru
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68 Hong Kong
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56 Kuwait
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62 Panama
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Namibia
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43 Kazakhstan
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50 Azerbaijan
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Baku
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www.peri.com.tr

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Angola
Pericofragens, Lda.
Luanda
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Mozambique
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