Void Forming Tubes
Economical and easy application
Displacement pipes allow for the safe, quick and economical construction of hollow bodies in hollow plate bridges and ceilings. The dimensional accuracy, tightness and high resistance to deformation of these industrial cavity elements guarantee the implementation of the calculated static values in the structure.
Easy and flexible
Despite their low weight, the displacement pipes can be installed in the concrete without stiffening. Additionally, the corrugated profile provides a certain flexibility, which allows for the laying of displacement pipes also in a bent course. Despite these characteristics, the resistance of the pipe to longitudinal deformation is so high that the distances between the lift prevention locks can principally be adapted to the stability of the applied supports.If the displacement pipes are to be secured against lift, it is recommendable to apply the specifically developed Hydra single and double anchoring elements. They are tested for their static properties and guarantee utmost avoidance of showings, above all of rust stains at the bottom of the ceiling.
The different assembling and disassembling methods of the supports allow for compliance with the individual requirements in the individual structures. it is possible to install and to remove the lift prevention locks exclusively from above, if this should be very difficult or impossible from below, due to the specific conditions.
- greatest available dia. 1,500
- Delivered in every transportable length
- Additional shearing connection with the concrete by means of their corrugated profile
- The implemented reduction of the Tube end avoid undesired notch tensions
Building Shell Pipes
Efficient, cost-saving and resource-preserving building:
The use of building shell pipes will help you save weight and material, also through low ceiling thicknesses. The load-bearing capacity will nevertheless be preserved, higher span widths are possible. Ideal for application in the construction of modern, slender buildings.
- weight reducing
- saving of material
- bearing capacity
- conservation of resources