Conventional slab formwork with H20 beams, props, fork prop heads and loose facing sheet. Easy adaptation to changing slab layouts.
Easy assembly with few parts: facing, H20 girders and props with forked prop heads
Favourable material costs
Free choice of facing
Tripod as assembly auxiliary for props
H20 wood girder with high load capacity and low weight
Forked prop head to support a wooden girder, or two when girders are overlapping
No grid for stringers and joists
Free choice of any MEVA prop for Support
Charts with optimum prop spacing as planning aid
Putting superlatives on Dubai’s skyline continues with the construction of the Rosemont Hotel and Residences on Sheikh Zayed Road.
Ramps, architectural-concrete walls and ceilings, numerous concrete beams, rectangular and oval columns, rounded outside corners and bevelled inside corners.
Karlsruhe, a city with 300,000 inhabitants, is a technology hub in Germany’s Southwest.
Large building site in the Bavarian town of Regensburg, where work on the new Bavarian Museum of History is in full swing.
One of the latest thrills: Float like a bird at a skydiving center, where an artificial airstream will keep you up in the air.
The solution: table forms, 5.40 m long to exactly fit into the openings between the columns. Short filler pieces with rounded edges provided a perfect match to the column layout.
Safety Built-in from A to Z. MT 60 is compatible with the MevaDec slab formwork system.
Safety for all concrete works up to a height of 90 m. Stand-alone option or attached to the building structure.
Safety, working platform and formwork platform for high pours. Takes the pour load, so no additional propping necessary. Square basic dimension of 480 cm, height: 300 cm, extension units of 50 cm and 100 cm.
MEVA props EuMax for slab formwork covering the entire range form 250 to 550 cm. The series' advantage: safety and high quality.
MEVA shoring tower MEP - the modular system for safety and heavy loads at heights up to 21 m. Functions as premium safety working platform.