GETO Hydraulic self-climbing formwork is the optimal solution for the cores of super high-rise buildings (over 150 meters), including both concrete core walls and frame structure cores, as well as for shear walls.
It is made up of formwork panels, a climbing mechanism, a working platform, hydraulic jacks, and a power unit. The formwork panels are used to create the shape of the concrete structure, and the climbing mechanism, which is powered by hydraulic jacks and a power unit, allows the formwork to be raised or lowered vertically as the structure is being built. The formwork panels are typically made from materials such as wood, steel, or aluminum. The hydraulic system is powered by a motor and uses hydraulic cylinders to move the formwork up and down the structure.
As the formwork system climbs up the building, the workers install new formwork on the next level and pour concrete into the formwork. Once the concrete has hardened, the formwork is removed and the process begins again. The hydraulic system ensures that the formwork system remains stable and level as it climbs, which helps to ensure the quality and safety of the construction process. The working platform provides a safe and secure area for workers to carry out their tasks at high elevations, which can reduce the risk of accidents and injuries on the job site.
The system’s obvious advantages have been verified in plenty of projects both at home and abroad:
Not only in super high-rise buildings, but GETO hydraulic self-climbing formwork system is also widely used in the construction of bridges, dams, and other large infrastructure projects.
More specifically, GETO hydraulic self-climbing formwork is suitable for projects that require a fast and efficient construction process, as the system is designed to be quickly erected, dismantled, and moved to the next location. This makes it an excellent choice for projects with tight construction schedules, where time and labor costs are critical factors.
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Published: Feb 17, 2023
Last published: Jan 30, 2023