Walls and Concrete Slabs

 

HANDLING OF WALLS AND CONCRETE SLABS
Concrete walls and slabs, prefabricated floors or any other type of concrete products are obtained by pouring concrete into moulds. The concrete is then heated in furnaces (steam) and then demoulded at the end of the cycle. Note that the stripping of concrete walls and slabs require a minimum drying time for the concrete to acquire the properties required for construction.
All these concrete loads are generally large and therefore difficult to handle. The machines are equipped with technology that provides enhanced safety and a tenfold increase in productivity.

concrete handling equipment is used on construction sites all over the world. Thanks to their suction cups which provide vacuum lifting, gripping takes place gently. The forces are spread over the entire surface of the concrete walls and slabs, and not on a single anchor points as with vacuum lifters with hooks, nuts or lifting rings.
The technology of the suction cup system on machines also allows the concrete to be stripped of its forms without creating the slightest crack, and tilted in less than 10 minutes. This is a real asset for contractors needing to handle concrete walls and slabs.

HANDLING OF WALLS AND CONCRETE SLABS