Post Shore Used for leveling vertical panels and formwork for in concrete walls, walls and columns. It comprises base allowing the fixation with screws, nails or bar anchorage. The adjustment ...

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It is a modular system with excellent productivity, used in all stages of a project, from the foundation blocks to the walls, columns, slabs and beams bottom of a concrete ...

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NUT S Ø 1 ¼” and Ø 1 ½” Different format patented by Torcisão. They are made of nodular cast iron GGG 40 spheroidal-graphite and bear high compression loads and ...

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Protection Trays are very important safety equipment in the building works by providing greater protection against falling objects and fragments from the upper floors. Torcisão Protection Trays meet the items ...

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Assembled on the top tube of the prop, its main purpose is shoring or reshoring the side panels and the bottom of the formwork beam. It adapts to the metal ...

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Applied at the beginning of the slab rafting, it has the function of supporting and stabilizing the props vertically, facilitating installation of metal beams and generating labor economy and productivity. ...

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Torcisão Metallic prop is a lightweight, durable, economical and easy mounting and dismounting equipment. It replaces with great advantages traditional wooden props. It bears heavy loads and has great versatility ...

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The shoring frame is easy and simple to use. Used in the composition of the shoring towers, it works together with the brackets, pitchfork, sabot, spigots and other shoring accessories. ...

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H20 Angled Multidirectional Adjustable Pitchfork   It is used to support beams in general shoring and re-shoring, working together with shoring frames which are mounted on top, allowing the leveling ...

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NUT Ø 5/8” Used with anchor bars ACRT®, the nuts anchoring replace, simply, any other locking system for forms and columns. Made of nodular cast iron GGG-40 of spheroidal graphite, ...

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