To start the assembly 10x10 wooden guide struts are placed on a prepared flat surface next to the area to be constructed. The struts are placed precisely according to the spaces dictated in the deatailed project plan to allow the accurate attachment of the steel whalers.
The steel whalers are then positioned on the struts.
H20 beams of the coorect lengths are then connected to the whalerspaying attention to the exact dimensions required by the project.
As shown the H20 beams and steel whalersare connected with countersunk screws.
The H20 beams are securely fastened to the steel whatlers using special fastening elements.
Plywood of the desired thickness is then attached to the H20 beams with countersunk bolts.
The wall panel is prepared and checked according to the project assembly specifications and plan and working platforms are attached.
Wall consoles are attached to the panel using vertical whalers with an adjusteable roller mechanism for easy movement.
Lower and upper supports are connected between the whalers by means of bolts.
Under the console three H20 beams are placed and attached with lag screws.
On top of the three H20 beams, 5x20 wooden planks cut to size are secured with lag screws.
The console railing is attached to the edge of the console with M14x80 mm bolts and 5x20 planks are fixed on the railing posts.
The climbing wall form is now fixed in place using the console hangar elements on the wall as show above.
For illustartion purposes only one panel is ıllustrated in the diagram above. Lower scaffolding ,is attached using M14x80 mm bolts.
For second phase of the concreting, a console platform is prepared. This is fixed with bolts and the railing planks connected by lag screws. (as seem in the diagram)
When the second concret pour is completed and the formwork is then ready for moving up for a third concrete pour a crane is used to reposition the formwork.
Like this the formwork can be climbed from height to height as required and from place to place by crane to achieve a perfectly aligned wall time after time.