To span, a bridge is to make knowledge to experience. TECON is firmly committed to building its lead in formwork-technology. This is the reason it continues developing bridge formwork to boost construction efficiency and putting them into practice systematically.
TECON bridge formwork solutions always come as a package that delivers tangible benefits and added value to our customers. We have a client-orientated mindset and 'build bridges' to our customers' goals.
The automatic climbing formwork handles significant variations in the design of piers and pylons, regardless of geometry, height, and dimension.
Cost-effective and on-time delivery of material-optimized shoring scaffolds for safe and economical transfer of high loads from the upper structure of the bridge.
TECON's all-in-one system offers excellent cost-effectiveness and fast equipment availability.
Long-term collaboration with leading beam equipment suppliers enhances project-specific planning and pre-assembly of high-performance molding systems, which means smooth, efficient construction schedules.
As soon as we get the structural drawings of your bridge project, whether for a bridge pier, pylon or box girder, our team will submit corresponding formwork and scaffolding systems solutions to you on cost-saving basis.
Bridge shuttering material refers to the temporary formwork or mould used to create the shape and size of the bridge components during construction. It is typically made of wood, steel, or other durable materials, and designed to support the weight of the wet concrete until it sets and hardens.
The choice of shuttering material depends on several factors, including the size and shape of the bridge components, the design's complexity, and the final product's desired finish. Common shuttering materials used in bridge construction include timber, plywood, steel, and precast concrete.
In addition to providing structural support for the wet concrete, shuttering material can also help to create the desired surface finish and texture of the bridge components. Once the concrete has set, the shuttering material is removed to reveal the final product. Proper selection and installation of the shuttering material are critical to ensuring the finished bridge's structural integrity and aesthetic appeal.
Bridge formwork design involves creating a temporary structure that supports the weight of wet concrete during the construction of a bridge deck. The formwork provides the shape and contour for the finished deck and allows for the placement of reinforcement steel.
The design of bridge formwork must take into consideration several factors, such as the shape and size of the bridge deck, the load capacity of the supporting structure, and the requirements for concrete placement and finishing. The design should also account for safety measures, such as fall protection and access for workers.
The materials used for the formwork will depend on the specific design requirements and may include steel, aluminum, or wood. The formwork must be able to withstand the weight of the wet concrete and any additional loads that may be imposed during construction.
Bridge formwork design is a complex process that requires a team of experienced engineers and construction professionals to ensure that the formwork is safe, efficient, and meets all design specifications.