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 deatiled 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.
All H20 beams are connected in the same way paying attention to the assembly diagrams.
Plywood of the desired thickness is then attached to the H20 beams with countersunk bolts.
Hing brackets for crane hooks are then attached to the tops of the H20 Beams and the panel is lifted vertically as shown.
Panel supports are then attached to each other and to the the steel whalers as shown.
Work consoles are attached to the panel by bolting through holes drilled in the H20 beams.
As shown, wooden planks of 10x10 and 10x25 sizes are screwed with special screws to the platforms and upper bannister posts to make bannister railings and walkways.
At this stage special connector elements are securely fitted into the whalers to allow attachent of further wall formwork pieces to increase the wall length to the desired measurement.
The carefully prepared wall forms are placed at the construction site. When the tie rods are connected and the correct plumb is attained the formwork is ready for pouring concrete. After the prerequisite time is allowed for the concrete setting the formwork tie rods can be loosened and the wall form moved to the next positioning.