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Working Platform

Load rating

1300

INTERNAL INDEPENDENT SCAFFOLD

2500

2500

1.50kN/m

Maximum Number of
Max. Total Number of
Working Levels
Planked/ Platformed Levels
3

Total Scaffold
Height

1.

Harsco Infrastructure Copyright


This drawing is the copyright of Harsco Infrastructure. No unauthorised use, copy or disclosure is to be made
and it is to be returned upon request.The drawing is supplied subject to the company's standard conditions as
applicable. Harsco Infrastructure reserves the right to amend drawing details and material components subject
to stock availability.

2.

Basis of Design
This drawing has been prepared from information supplied to us by, or on behalf of the Customer, who should
check that we have correctly interpreted his requirements and that all loadings, dimensions, details, erection,
pouring and striking sequences etc. are as required and practicable.

17.3m

130

1300

6.0m

4.0m

Customer Drawings:
Customer Drawings:
Design Brief:
Customer Method Statement:
Other Information:

4.0m

25
00

6.0m

2500

The following documents have been used to prepare this scheme:-

2.0m

13
00

0
130

6.0m

End Standard

TANK
SHELL

TUBE LACING

6.0m

250
0

1300

250

00

4.5m

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4.5m

2500
Foot Tie

To enable us to complete this drawing, we have allowed for the following:.Information as per Action request sheet
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No Sheeting
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The Customer is to check and confirm that we have correctly interpreted his requirements.
The Customer is directed to the Members Area of our website where all the latest Product Datasheets, CAD
blocks, Animations, and other useful technical information is available to download. Please visit
www.harsco-i.com and follow the links for details.

6.0m Tie Pattern

0
25

13

TYPICAL
SCAFFOLD
WIDTH

Tu
b

Level 7

Level 7

Bay Length (mm)


2500

1800

1600

1300

1200

1000

900

2000

3500

3000

3000

2500

2500

2500

2500

1500

3500

2500

2500

2500

2500

2000

2000

1000

3000

2500

2000

2000

2000

2000

1500

Jack Bracing
(Full extension) 3000

2500

2000

2000

2000

1500

1500

1500

1500

1500

Lacing to Internal Beam Brackets

2000 Standard

2500

Tube Fittings
Double Coupler

Tube Fittings
Swivel Coupler

1000

Tu
b

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.
......................................
Secondary bearers
.......................................
.
......................................
Other(s)
.
......................................
.
......................................with
face grain orientated parallel to span.

6.

Foundations/Support
Unless otherwise noted, no soleplates or other means of spreading the imposed loads are supplied by Harsco
Infrastructure. Where Harsco Infrastructure equipment is supported, suspended, anchored or tied to an
existing structure or the ground, the Customer must ensure that the structure or ground is adequate to safely
support the additional imposed loads.

7.

Modification
This drawing has been prepared using the Safe Working Loads of the Harsco Infrastructure components
specified. No alteration to components, assembly, loading or any other aspect must be made without the
expressed written authority from Harsco Infrastructure.

8.

Tying & Bracing


The Customer is responsible for ensuring all structures remain adequately tied and/or braced to carry the load
and ensure stability. No ties or braces are to be removed or altered in any way without the expressed written
authority from Harsco Infrastructure. Where Harsco Infrastructure is supplying equipment only, the supply &
fixing of all necessary ties is the responsibility of the Customer.

9.

Temporary Working Platforms


Unless specifically stated it is considered that any other working platforms (for erection or dismantling
purposes), will be designed, supplied and fitted by the Customer.

10.

Design Output
This drawing should be read in conjunction with :.
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Cuplok
Ledger

Level 0

25

Level 0

00

BACK
PROPPING

13

Cuplok
Ledger

Cuplok Node Point


Ledger Connection

Unless a specification for tolerance has been provided, deflection has been limited to 1/270th of the maximum
span of each member.

Base & Head Plate


with Jack

Maximum weight of formwork unit =


Maximum weight of table unit =

ACCESS
LADDER

Eccentricity
All legs are to be erected plumb and loaded concentrically to the general tolerances given in BS5975:2008
section 20 "Work on Site" (unless noted otherwise).

13.

Obligation, Responsibilities & CDM


This drawing constitutes Harsco Infrastructures Risk Assessment in accordance with Regulation 11 of the
current CDM Regulations 2007. The elimination of general risk in the use of temporary works is by use of good
practice. Guidance can be found within relevant Codes, HSE publications and Guides. Wherever possible, risk
is designed out of this proposal during the design process.

00

2500

1300

300

1300

25

300

300

00

25

Section A-A

Section B-B

Section C-C

SCALE

SCALE

SCALE

1:80

1:80

************DO NOT TAKE RISK ! - IF IN DOUBT, ASK************

1:80

00

13

00

INTERMEDIATE
TRANSOMS

2500

** NOTE :-

All Scaffold Couplers must be tightened up to a


torque of 7 kg.m (50ft.lbs)

This drawing is for


discussion, pricing, and
approval by the customer.
It forms no part of any
agreement until issued
and signed in its
construction status.

This design has been


checked for loadings, local
and overall stability in
accordance with our
interpretation of the
customers requirements.

By :

By :

Date : 04/01/2015

Date :

0
25

RESIDUAL RISK ASSESSMENT


Wherever possible, risk is designed-out of this proposal during the design process. Where this is not
possible, the risk will be minimised and any residual risk will be noted and indicated by the symbol.

00

2500

TYPICAL TRAPEZIUM
BAY (INTERNAL)

13

900

13

900

00

DRAWING STATUS
Construction Status fully valid when checked and dated !
DRAWING STATUS

Preliminary drawing
FOR DISCUSSION AND PRICING PURPOSES ONLY - SUBJECT TO CUSTOMERS APPROVAL

00
25

Scale:

250

0
130

1300

0
2500

1800

2500

DENOTES
MAKE - UP BAY

4.0m Boards

1300

1245

Client:

As shown
Date

Name

Drawn:

04/01/2015

EMK

Checked:

04/01/2015

MWR

SINOPEC
Project:

Internal Independed Access Scaffold Jet A-1 Tank

Remark:

at Oil Terminal at Hamriyah

TYPICAL TRAPEZIUM
BAY (EXTERNAL)

Cuplok and Tube & fittings

INTERNAL ACCESS PLAN LAYOUT - Jet A-1 Tank


SCALE

.
................kg
.
................kg

12.

00

00

2000

0
130

BACK
PROPPING

Note, method of assessment of loads in tie rods allows for elongation of ties and not continuity. Ref. Formwork,
Guide to Good Practice 2nd Edition 3.8.2.

Level 1

PONTOON

.
Maximum calculated Tie Load =...............kN
.
Tie Type :-................................
Tie spacing to be as shown on drawing.

Cuplok Std.

BUTTRESS BAY

PONTOON

3000 Standard

00

DECK

2000

Wind loads where applicable, have been calculated in accordance with BS 6399. Max. Design
.
Wind

00

Unless indicated otherwise, all loads shown are not factored.


23.2
Maximum calculated Leg Load =...............kN
Lift positions and bracing frequency to be as shown.

2500

35

13

25

1.5

Formwork
THE CUSTOMER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THAT ALL HARSCO INFRASTRUCTURE
COMPONENTS THAT COME INTO CONTACT WITH CONCRETE ARE TREATED WITH CHEMICAL
RELEASE AGENT PRIOR TO EACH USE.

Cuplok Std.

13

0
250

1300

1
.
.

Level 2

BACK
PROPPING

2500

Working Lifts
Additional Lifts
Hop-Up Brackets

.
.
...............
.
.
...............m/hr

5.

1300

Tu

Level 1

PONTOON

3000 Standard

be

00

35

2000

Tu

Bay Length

1300

TANK HEIGHT = 22m

3000 Standard

2000

Used to Connect
Angular Tubes

Access

Main bearers
Walings
Timber Grade allowed
Plywood

Can only be used to Connect


Perpendicular Tubes

FACE BRACE

Maximum Concrete Pressure allowed


Concrete Type (CIRIA 108)
Concrete Temperature
Rate of Rise

Timber
No timber is supplied by Harsco Infrastructure unless specifically stated. Where Harsco Infrastructure does not
supply, the design & supply of timber is the responsibility of the Customer. To enable us to complete this
drawing the following properties (based on Formwork, A Guide to Good Practice), have been allowed for as
the Customers
Timber(s):

TABLE SHOWING LENGTH OF BRACING TUBES (mm)

Lift Height

Formwork

Wind

4.

3000 Standard

2000
2000

SCAFFOLD HEIGHT = 17.3m

2000

DENOTES TIE POSITION


(6m TIE PATTERN)

DECK

2000

2000

3000 Standard
3000 Standard
3000 Standard

2000

be
Tu

00

General Rules for Ties to Cuplok

Level 3

1000

A
0

250

2000

Tu

be

2000

3000 Standard

2000

1300

DECK

Level 4

Level 3

be

Level 0

00

Level 5

Level 2

35

Level 1

Tu

35

2000

2000

2500

Level 2

be

00

35

For a 4m tie pattern, if the pattern is NOT staggered the leg load capacity
must be reduced by 30%. All other tie patterns MUST be staggered.

TANK
SHELL

TANK
SHELL

00

be

Level 4

Tu

35

Tu

Level 5

be

Level 3

35

00

2000

be
Tu

35
00

SCAFFOLD HEIGHT = 17.8m

00

35

Level 6

TANK HEIGHT = 22m

Tu

TANK HEIGHT = 22m

3000 Standard

Level 4

1000

35
00

Tu

2000

2000
Level 5

be

0
50

Level 6

be

2000

SCAFFOLD HEIGHT = 17.8m

3000 Standard

2500

Level 6

1300

be
Tu

BUTTRESS

0
250

2000

2000

0
50

2500

BRACING

Falsework Self Weight of Concrete


Self Weight of Formwork
Live Load varies

Ties must not be removed on sheeted/netted scaffolds unless plan and


ledger bracing is used and tie loads are checked. The maximum distance
between braced ties is 5m horizontally and 6m vertically for a 2m and 4m tie
pattern.

1500 Standard

2000

2000

3000 Standard

Level 7

3000 Standard

be

00

2000

2000

Tu

35

Level 8

1300

00

Level 8

b
Tu
00

35

00
25

Applied Loads
Applied loads (unless otherwise indicated) where applicable:-

For unsheeted scaffolds if a tie is removed for any reason the scaffold must
be plan or ledger braced back to adjacent ties. The maximum distance
between braced ties is 7.5m horizontally and 12m vertically for an 8m tie
pattern, 7.5m horiz. and 10m vert. for a 6m tie pattern, and 7.5m horiz. and
8m vert. for a 4m tie pattern. Assume load from missing tie is evenly
distributed to adjacent ties.

00

35

2000

2000

be

DENOTES TIE POSITION


(6m TIE PATTERN)

00

3.

If ties are only connected to inside standard or ledger, V-Ties must be used
at a frequency of 1 in 5 bays.

25

Level 8

130

Tu

MAX. 3 NO WORKING PLATFORM

00
25

0
250

00

35

Level 9

13

00
25

Level 9

MAX. 3 NO WORKING PLATFORM

13

BRACING

2000 Standard

BRACING

ACCESS
TOWER

Level 9

00
13

00

00

1500 Standard

25

3000 Standard

25

00

00

Tie tubes must be connected to both inside and outside standard or ledger
and within 300mm of a node point. Right angle couplers must be used for this
connection. On the end verticals the tie pattern must be doubled unless a
return in the building of at least 3 bays is present.

5638-E1-1500-MEQ-DWG-501Rev 0
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This drawing has been prepared in accordance with Harsco Infrastructure Equipment Datasheets, Formwork,
A Guide to Good Practice (Concrete Society) 2nd Edition, CIRIA Report 108 Concrete Pressure on
Formwork, as well as the relevant statutory provisions and Codes of Practice.

6.0m

2.0m

25

00
13

Drawing Notes

1:80

Abu Dhabi Design Office

A part of Harsco Infrastructure

P.O. Box 7574


Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971 (0) 2 5824835
Fax: +971 (0) 2 5827974

Harsco House, Regent Park


Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7SG
Tel: +44 (0) 844 3358860
Fax: +44 (0) 1372 381399
E-Mail: info@sgb.co.uk
www.harsco-i.com

CAD-File:

Drawing-No.:
6060-26

A-UAE-6060-26

Quebeisi SGB LLC

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