The construction formwork project mainly follows the principles of practicability, safety, economy, etc., and fully considers the self-weight of the formwork and its support, construction load, construction personnel and construction equipment load, concrete pouring, vibration and other key points such as the lateral pressure of the formwork to ensure that the building template has sufficient bearing capacity, rigidity and stability. Therefore, it will not be deformed, damaged, or collapsed during construction, so as to formulate a reasonable and effective template plan.
In the construction in winter, the winter construction technology should be disclosed in time to ensure that each process of the formwork project is organized in accordance with regulations, specifications, and technical measures. Corresponding winter construction records should also be made to provide a basis for subsequent formwork construction plans.
For the management of formwork materials, the building formwork materials should be selected in a targeted manner according to different project conditions and different construction sites.
During the construction process, under the premise of ensuring the quality and safety of the construction period, one-time investment should be reduced as much as possible, the turnover of formwork should be increased, and the labor required for dismantling should be reduced. When removing the template, the template should not be damaged as much as possible, and the fasteners for removing the template should be recycled as required, and should not be littered for revolving use.
During the construction in winter, a dry and ventilated place should also be selected, and the unused building templates should be classified and stored in time, and the templates should not be directly exposed to the outside, so as to avoid the appearance of the templates due to erosion such as frost, rain and snow, or low temperature. Deformation, deterioration, fading and other issues will affect subsequent use.