Two prop types are sufficient to provide shoring heights from 1,85 m to even more than 21,00 m
Few basic components: prop, extension and Frame
Well-proven adjustment: inner tube with holes punched for coarse adjustment by using a G-hook, sturdy adjusting nut on outer tube for fine adjustment
MEVA invention: The SAS quick-lowering system releases the stress in the prop with one strike of a hammer
Extension adjustable for each individual prop
Reinforcing frames are connected to MEP props with hammerhead screws, can be operated with a hammer
Adjustable cross braces for prop spacing between 90 cm and 300 cm
MEP tube coupler can be attached anywhere on the Profile
Installation of self-securing scaffold platforms
Lift truck to move shoring Towers
Ramps, architectural-concrete walls and ceilings, numerous concrete beams, rectangular and oval columns, rounded outside corners and bevelled inside corners.
Large building site in the Bavarian town of Regensburg, where work on the new Bavarian Museum of History is in full swing.
MEVA Formwork Systems: With the new Hall 10, the Stuttgart trade fair centre is expanding its exhibition space by 14,600 m² to 120,000 m².
25000 m² of slabs poured :The slab formwork system MevaDec proved its flexibility, speed and labour-saving cost-effectiveness.
One of the latest thrills: Float like a bird at a skydiving center, where an artificial airstream will keep you up in the air.
Aquinas College in Nashville: MevaDec proved the quickest solution, providing for easy and fast setting and handling. It does not require a crane and can be set up by only two workers.
Conventional slab formwork with H20 beam, prop and fork prop head, separate forming face. Easy adaptation to varying slab layouts.
3 methods in one Slab formwork system: 1) drop-head beam panel method with early stripping. 2) Panel method with panels only. 3) Primary and secondary beam method for separate facing for compensation areas.