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Supporting concrete precastings and wall formwork.
One package contains 1 pieces.
Bottom bracing of the Panel strut 340 IB.
Bottom bracing of the Panel strut 540 IB.
Fixing plumbing struts to concrete precastings.
Securing the panel struts to Framax framed formwork and Top 50 beam formwork systems.
Securing connecting pins, for example.
Making a positioning point and suspension point.
Connection resistant to tensile and compressive forces to secure profiles telescoped into each other.
For connecting two Scaffold tubes 48.3mm at any angle.
Travelling unit combined with rack-and-pinion jack, for concrete floors.
Securing the heavy-duty screw jacks to the load-bearing tower frame.
Height-adjustable connections between load-bearing tower and superstructure.
Bottom levelling spindle for load-bearing towers.
Height-adjustable, anti-tip connection between load-bearing tower and superstructure with one or two formwork secondary beams H20.
Securing the superstructure to Screw-jack U-heads with clamping plate and wing nut.
Floor prop for heavy slab loads and high floor-to-ceiling heights.
Making set-down and plumbing aids in combination with Plumbing strut Eurex 60 550.
Making set-down and plumbing aids in combination with Plumbing strut Eurex 60 550 and Extension Eurex 60 2.00m
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