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1st step: To upload an material list in the Online Shop you have to create a CSV file showing
- the article no. in column A and
- the quantity in column B (pc.)
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For shoring high wall formwork.
One package contains 1 pieces.
For securing the Plumbing strut Eurex 60 550 to the multi-purpose waling.
Making anchorages to secure the stair tower to the building.
Makes nuts easier to loosen. At screw jack foot and Doka floor props, among others.
Connections between load-bearing tower and off-level superstructure.
Back-staying horizontal forces in Steel waling WS10 lying flat on the ground.
Securing the Staxo 40 coupler.
One package contains 64 pieces.
Vertical connection of Staxo 40 frames.
Securing foot and head units in the Staxo 40 frames against pull-out under tensile loading.
Horizontal bracing of the Staxo 40 frame in combination with Staxo 40 brackets.
Making working platforms and carrying live load and concrete load.
Horizontal moving of the load-bearing tower.
Storage and transport device for Staxo 40 frames.
Basic strut for connecting to different formwork systems with heights up to approx. 4 m.
Basic strut for connecting to different formwork systems with heights up to approx. 6 m.
Connecting the Prop head EB to the Plumbing strut Eurex 60 550.
Baseplate with pre-installed Connector Eurex 60.
Levelling on sloping support surfaces.
Bottom levelling spindle for load-bearing towers.
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