'Safer' concrete formwork unveiled by JP Concrete

Published on: Thursday, 04 November 2010 06:00PM | Author: Editor |
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A supplier of precast concrete formwork claims to have created portable walls that offer improved safety over previous similar products.

JP Concrete's new concrete formwork consists of a range of walls, corners and other enclosure panels designed for the creation of agricultural bays, silage stores and bunkers.

The units can be bolted down, ensuring safety and robustness in the finished structure, while they can also be reinforced, the manufacturer says.

Each also has forkholes to allow for it to be easily moved from place to place - a feature the company says has long been in demand among its customers.

JP Concrete says: "Their unique design effectively produces a simple, fast and effective way of creating and adjusting the size of bays."

The company's website adds that a broad range of different applications can be found for its concrete wall panels and other forms, meaning that "the type of projects undertaken will vary hugely in size and scope".

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