Formwork for construction joints.
Stremaform is a self-supporting, 'Stay in Place' formwork system for forming construction joints in concrete. The product consists of a special expanded metal mesh which is welded to longitudinal and transverse steel bars. Tests carried out by the a fully independent authority (The Technical University of Brunswick) have proven that the shear resistance of the Stremaform's expanded metal mesh is identical to that of monolithically poured concrete.
Features and benefits:
Expels the need to scabble concrete surfaces.
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Slab thickness: <500 mm; wall thickness: <300 mm.
Stremaform Strong (flat)
Slab thickness: >500 mm; wall thickness: >300 mm.
Stremaform Strong (indented)
Slab thickness: >500 mm: wall thickness: >300 mm.
Insert number required.
Consult manufacturer's literature and insert requirements.
Stremaform is a formwork material used for forming concrete joints. Installation is implemented between the reinforcement layers of walls, slabs and bases.
- Stremaform Strong:
Stremaform Strong, with factory made stiffening made of lattice girders, is suited for any size of structural element. If required, a metal water stop or a PVC/ rubber waterbar support cage can also be integrated.