Reusable Aluminium Formwork System-GETO


what is aluminum formwork system?

Aluminium formwork system is a new generation of construction formwork after timber and steel formwork. It consists of the template system, the support system, the reinforcement system and the accessory system.

Aluminium alloy profile is the main material which is made into formwork through machining, welding, and other processes. Aluminium formwork can be assembled freely according to different structures and sizes. Its design and application is the innovation of formwork technology.

construction with aluminium fromwork
First floor construction with aluminium formwork

Comparison of Aluminium Formwork & Steel Formwork & Timber Formwork

CharacteristicsSteel FormworkTimber FormworkAluminium formwork
Material Performance
Loading capacityHighLowHigh
WaterproofnessEasy to rustEasy to swellWaterproof
CorrosivityEasy to rustCorrodibleIncorrodible
Tensile strengthHighLowHigh
Characteristics of Erection Process
Erection difficultyLowHighLowest
Labour intensityHighHighLow
Security riskHighHighLow
Depend on lifting machinery or notNeedNeedNeedless
Concrete Forming Effect
Concrete surface qualityRough, cleanRoughGlossy, smooth
Need to plaster or notNeedlessNeedNeedless
Comparison of Cost
Amortization costHighHighLow
Scrap valueMiddleNoneHigh
Environmental Protection
Environment friendlyYesNoYes
Generate construction waste or notNoneMuchNone
Common formwork usage times30-40 times3-5 times200-300 times
Efficiency8-10 days/Floor10-12 days/Floor4-6 days/Floor
*The data above are from GETO’s construction experience.

Aluminium Formwork Advantages

Excellent Forming Effect



Less Construction Cost

Environment Friendly

GETO aluminium formwork

GETO has specializd in the aluminium formwork industry since 2011. So we has accumulated a lot of experience of construction method when used aluminium formwork. Please feel free to contact us to consulting and get the geto formwork price list. Click the link to know more about geto aluminium formwork:


Published: May 31, 2022

Last published: May 17, 2022