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Infill connection to resist tensile forces.
One package contains 1 pieces.
Load suspension device for raising, repositioning and laying down Framax panels and gang-forms.
Connector for high-tensile connections between panels.
Framed panel with Xlife sheet and form-tie points on the inside for crane-assisted forming of large areas. The panel is secured with a tie-rod system consisting of form ties that can be operated from one side.
Framed panel with Xlife sheet for crane-assisted forming of large areas.
Forming right-angled outside corners, stop-ends and column formwork.
Forming right-angled inside corners.
Forming right-angled outside corners.
Forming acute-angle and obtuse-angle inside corners.
Forming acute-angle and obtuse-angle outside corners.
Forming right-angled shaft inside corners.
Framed panel with Xlife sheet for craneless forming.
Connector for high-tensile connections between framed panels.
High-tensile, rigid, inter-panel, panel-to-infill, and vertical-stacking joins.
Load suspension device for raising, repositioning and laying down panels and gang-forms.
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