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original region :China
port of dispatch :Shenzhen，China
min order :Containers
Aluminum Formwork is high in use efficiency and capable of saving materials.
1. Product Description:
Cost effective aluminum formwork is the result of years of efforts. KITSEN has consistently dedicated to products researching, developing and testing. It allows for monolithic pouring of all walls, slabs and stair cases to suit any housing project. Early striking aluminum formwork’s inherent simplicity is what makes the KITSEN EasyForm an efficient, safe and cost effective alternative to extremely heavy steel forms. It can be either fully built by hands or,after being completely assembled, with cranes. Comparing to timber forms, KITSEN easyform can increase the jobsite efficiency by 1 /3 to 1 /2.
2. Product Parameters:
1) Product Name: Kitsen Aluminum formwork(EasyForm)
2) Material: Aluminum 6061-T6
3) Size: Variety of sizes according to project drawing
3. Product Details:
1) Easy to handle
-Kitsen Easyform is manufactured with aluminum alloy and every extrusion is specifically designed for high strength and light weight. Even for the biggest panel, it can be easily handled by a single worker.
2) One –time Pouring
-Kitsen Easyform allows for monolithic pouring of all walls, slabs and staircases to suit any housing projects.
3) High Concrete Pouring Rate
-Early Stripping Theory is perfectly integrated with Kitsen EasyForm System. With one-floor forms and three-floor props, the workers will be able to complete the concrete pouring job of one floor in only 4 days.
4) More Reuses
-Typical number of reuses is likely to be≥300 times subject to the correct site practice.
5) Great Recyclable Value
-The used aluminum material is of great recyclable value, over 35% higher than steel.
5. Product Assembly Description:
1) Check that all components are on site, undamaged and that they are functioning correctly – (refer to Checklist and Quantity Schedules). Damaged or incorrect components shall not be used.
2) Make sure the panel is clean before assembly.
Handle panels with care during transit. Avoid bumping and collision.
3) Do not climb panels.