|Type||Soldier Shuttering Plates|
|Dimension||2500mm X 100mm|
|Surface Type||Color Galvanized|
|Usage/Application||RCC Box Culverts|
|Type of Angle in Soldier||Slotted Angles|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Column formwork is a type of concrete formwork. Concrete formwork is a mold made of steel, aluminum, timber, plastic, or other materials in which wet concrete is poured to achieve a desired shape and size for construction. Once the concrete sets, formwork is often removed, although permanent formwork that remains a part of construction exists as well. Column formwork is a vertical mold in the shape of a column, as its name implies. Column formwork may either be box-shaped or round. Column formwork is shaped and sized to the needs of a project. In order to help facilitate quality control during the pouring stage of using column formwork, clamps, which are horizontal and made of either steel or timber are often used in conjunction with column molds. Column formwork’s head is frequently employed to support beam formwork, or column formwork is cast to the bottom side of beams. The use of column formwork in conjunction with beam formwork allows for quick and precise construction. Two of the major benefits of using column formwork include that it is quick and simple to assemble and that it reduces the amount of labor and equipment needed to successfully produce uniform and strong vertical concrete shapes of desired dimensions.
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