Used for longitudinal transporting of pre-formed beams when the fabrication yard is far away from the laying site, reducing the route to be covered by the Sicet thrower’s truss.
Used for the transversal transport of beams in the pre-formwork yard, with movement on rails, with the help of a Tirfor or manual winch, taking the beam up to the gripping axis of the thrower’s truss or gantry crane and also to the yard’s warehouse.
Sicet Launcher beams.
Self-motorized equipment for launching precast beams and staves of up to 140 Tons. It can perform these services in straight, curved, and sloped (up to 5% slope) stretches.
Together with the Carrelone and Fischietti equipment, it comprises the complete set for beam launching.
Aluminum Shoring System ALUROHR
System comprised of light aluminum shorings, but with high load capacity.
Ideal to overcoming double ceiling height, the shorings of the ALUROHR system can work as towers, thus comprising a high load capacity and easy-to-handle lightweight shoring, allowing for the horizontal and vertical movement of their towers without the need for disassembly and reassembly at every cycle.
Due to its lightness and high load capacity, it reduces the time and cost of its assembly, disassembly, and freight, reducing the cost of the work.
Poker Formwork System
The poker formwork system offers a high load capacity of 100 Kn/m2, ideal for pillar concreting. Working in a weather wane format, with this system it is possible for a single panel length to be able to meet pillar measurements ranging from 20cmx20cm to 85cmx85cm, always maintaining the load of 100Kn/m2. The system, in addition to needing a reduced number of accessories and being interchangeable with the Rohr FA formwork system, allows the concreting of the high pillars of the Poker Formwork System.
Rohr FAC curved formwork system allows the execution of curved elements in concrete by adapting its panels to the geometries of the structure. The panel, with its steel structure and contact surface in laminated plywood or metal sheet, provides excellent finishing to the concrete. The system is comprised of carts with various modulations, which streamlines the execution process for tunnels and arches.
Climbing formwork systems.
Rohr FAT Climbing formwork system, when used for two-sided formworks, enables the formwork user to move it away from the concreted surface, enabling its post-concretion cleaning, as well as the vertical movement of the set, offering user safety and speed in these operations of such formwork cycles. Veja mais
For the climbing system with one-face formworks, Rohr presents the TAR Self-porting climbing system, with reduced weight and steel plate or metallic plywood plate. This system offers an excellent finishing and ease vertical movement, which makes it ideal for dams and barrages built using the rolled concrete system, or large concrete blocks which prevent or make harder the use of two-faced formworks and tethers to contain the strain on the climbing formwork.
ROHR FAS Formwork System
ROHR HF Light Formwork
Light formwork system for concrete that can be handled by a single person. With few parts, the system provides an improved performance in assembling and disassembling activities. Its steel contact surface allows for numerous reuses without losing the excellent finishing for the concrete.
T30 and R300 Trusses.
Solution developed to overcome free spans up to 30m wide.
The equipment is made of special steel which can be used on walkways, bridges, and overpasses, enabling the execution of aerial shoring for templates for rail overpass, waterways, elevations,, and terrain with shoring difficulties.
ETEM TOWER SYSTEM
Shoring system for towers with high load capacity, with fewer fitting parts, which speeds up assembly and disassembly, reduces the number of losses during the execution of works. Ideal for infrastructure works where the most robust structural elements require a more resilient and versatile system. It allows for the vertical and horizontal movement of the towers and can comprise large flying formwork.
Ideal solution for the execution of large span structures, such as stayed and non-stayed bridges and overpasses, where the construction methodology of cantilever traveller is used. This technology is used when it is not feasible to use conventional Shoring by supporting directly under the ground, or on bridges over rivers and sea.Veja mais
The system consists of trusses that work on a traveller system, supporting the cantilever construction of staves, whether these are concreted on site or by launching precast staves.
The staves are segments of the board, determined in the structural design.
After the concreting of the staves, or lifting of the precast staves, the Cantilever Traveller System is moved forward along with the entire shoring of and stave formwork set, in order to enable the concreting or lifting of the next segment of the bridge or overpass.
The technology was developed by the Brazilian Engineer Emilio Baumgart in 1930.