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The Formwork Experts.

Formwork sheets
User information
Instructions for assembly and use (Method statement)
User information Formwork sheets

by Doka Industrie GmbH, A-3300 Amstetten

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Contents
4 Introduction
4 Elementary safety warnings
6 Eurocodes at Doka

7
7 Product description
12 Deflection diagrams
16 Instructions for assembly and use
17 Handling recommendation for formwork
sheets in general
21 Handling recommendation for 3-S formwork
sheets
22 Handling recommendation for plywood
sheets
23 Handling recommendation for concrete
release agents
24 Transporting, stacking and storing

26 Component overview

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Elementary safety warnings


Introduction

User target groups Remarks on this document


This manual is aimed at all persons who will be work- This manual can also be used as a generic method
ing with the Doka product or system that it describes. statement or incorporated with a site-specific
It contains information on the standard design for method statement.
setting up this system, and on correct, compliant uti- Many of the illustrations in this booklet show the
lisation of the system. situation during formwork assembly and are
All persons working with the product described therefore not always complete from the safety
herein must be familiar with the contents of this man- point of view.
ual and with all the safety instructions it contains. Any safety accessories not shown in these illustra-
Persons who are incapable of reading and under- tions must still be used by the customer, in accord-
standing this booklet, or who can do so only with dif- ance with the applicable rules and regulations.
ficulty, must be instructed and trained by the cus- Further safety instructions, especially warnings,
tomer. will be found in the individual sections of this
The customer is to ensure that the information mate- document!
rials provided by Doka (e.g. User Information book-
lets, Instructions for Assembly and Use, Operating
Instruction manuals, plans etc.) are available to all Symbols used
users, and that they have been made aware of them
and have easy access to them at the usage location. The following symbols are used in this booklet:
In the relevant technical documentation and form-
work utilisation plans, Doka shows the workplace
safety precautions that are necessary in order to use
the Doka products safely in the usage situations
shown.
Important note
Failure to observe this may lead to malfunc-
tion or damage.
In all cases, users are obliged to ensure compliance
with national OH&S (occupational health and safety)
rules throughout the entire project and to take appro- CAUTION / WARNING / DANGER
priate additional or alternative workplace safety pre- Failure to observe this may lead to material
cautions where necessary. damage, and to injury to health which may
range up to the severe or even life-threaten-
ing.
Hazard assessment
The customer is responsible for drawing up, docu- Instruction
menting, implementing and continually updating a This symbol indicates that actions need to be
hazard assessment at every job-site. taken by the user.
This document serves as the basis for the site-spe-
cific hazard assessment, and for the instructions
given to users on how to prepare and utilise the sys-
Sight-check
tem. It does not substitute for these, however.
Indicates that you need to do a sight-check
to make sure that necessary actions have
Planning been carried out.

Provide safe workplaces for those using the form-


work (e.g. for when it is being erected/dismantled, Tip
modified or repositioned etc). It must be possible to Points out useful practical tips.
get to and from these workplaces via safe access
routes!
If you are considering any deviation from the
details and instructions given in this booklet, or Reference
any application which goes beyond those Refers to other documents and materials.
described in the booklet, then revised static cal-
culations must be produced for checking, as well
as supplementary assembly instructions.

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Rules applying during all phases of Pouring


the assignment:
Do not exceed the permitted fresh-concrete pres-
sures. Excessively high pouring rates lead to form-
The customer must ensure that this product is work overload, cause greater deflection and risk
erected and dismantled, reset and generally used for causing breakage.
its intended purpose under the direction and super-
vision of suitably skilled persons with the authority to
issue instructions. Striking the formwork
These persons' mental and physical capacity must
not in any way be impaired by alcohol, medicines or
drugs. Do not strike the formwork until the concrete has
reached sufficient strength and the person in charge
Doka products are technical working appliances
has given the order for the formwork to be struck!
which are intended for industrial/commercial use
only, always in accordance with the respective Doka When striking the formwork, never use the crane to
User Information booklets or other technical docu- break concrete cohesion. Use suitable tools such as
mentation authored by Doka. timber wedges, special pry-bars or system features
such as Framax stripping corners.
The stability of all components and units must be
ensured during all phases of the construction work! When striking the formwork, do not endanger the
stability of any part of the structure, or of any scaf-
The functional/technical instructions, safety warn-
folding, platforms or formwork that is still in place!
ings and loading data must all be strictly observed
and complied with. Failure to do so can cause acci-
dents and severe (even life-threatening) damage to Transporting, stacking and storing
health, as well as very great material damage.
Fire-sources are not permitted anywhere near the
formwork. Heating appliances are only allowed if Observe all regulations applying to the handling of
properly and expertly used, and set up a safe dis- formwork and scaffolding. In addition, the Doka
tance away from the formwork. slinging means must be used - this is a mandatory
requirement.
The work must take account of the weather condi-
tions (e.g. risk of slippage). In extreme weather, Remove any loose parts or fix them in place so that
steps must be taken in good time to safeguard the they cannot be dislodged or fall free!
equipment, and the immediate vicinity of the equip- All components must be stored safely, following all
ment, and to protect employees. the special Doka instructions given in the relevant
All connections must be checked regularly to ensure sections of this manual!
that they still fit properly and are functioning cor-
rectly.
It is very important to check all screw-type connec- Regulations; industrial safety
tions and wedge-clamped joins whenever the con-
struction operations require (particularly after excep- Always observe all industrial safety regulations and
tional events such as storms), and to tighten them if other safety rules applying to the application and uti-
necessary. lisation of our products in the country and/or region
in which you are operating.
If a person or object falls against, or into, the side-
Assembly guard component and/or any of its accessories, the
component affected may only continue in use after it
The equipment/system must be inspected by the has been inspected and passed by an expert.
customer before use, to ensure that it is in suitable
condition. Steps must be taken to rule out the use of
any components that are damaged, deformed, or Maintenance
weakened due to wear, corrosion or rot.
Combining our formwork systems with those of other Only original Doka components may be used as
manufacturers could be dangerous, risking damage spare parts. Repairs may only be carried out by the
to both health and property. If you intend to combine manufacturer or authorised facilities.
different systems, please contact Doka for advice
first.
The assembly work must be carried out by suitably Miscellaneous
qualified employees of the client's.
It is not permitted to modify Doka products; any such We reserve the right to make alterations in the interests
modifications constitute a safety risk. of technical progress.

Erecting the formwork


Doka products and systems must be set up in such
a way that all loads acting upon them are safely
transferred!

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Eurocodes at Doka
In Europe, a uniform series of Standards known as The widely used "Permissible stress design" (compar-
Eurocodes (EC) was developed for the construction ing the actual stresses with the permissible stresses)
field by the end of 2007. These are intended to provide has been superseded by a new safety concept in the
a uniform basis, valid throughout Europe, for product EC.
specifications, tenders and mathematical verification. The EC contrast the actions (loads) with the resistance
The EC are the world's most highly developed Stand- (capacity). The previous safety factor in the permissible
ards in the construction field. stresses is now divided into several partial factors. The
In the Doka Group, the EC are to be used as standard safety level remains the same!
from the end of 2008. They will thus supersede the DIN
norms as the "Doka standard" for product design.

Ed Rd

Ed Design value of effect of actions Rd Design value of the resistance


(E ... effect; d ... design) (R ... resistance; d ... design)
Internal forces from action Fd Design capacity of cross-section
(VEd, NEd, MEd) (VRd, NRd, MRd)
Fd Design value of an action Rk Rk
Steel: Rd = Timber: Rd = kmod
Fd = F Fk M M
(F ... force)
Fk Characteristic value of an action Rk Characteristic value of the resistance
"actual load", service load e.g. moment resistance to yield stress
(k ... characteristic)
e.g. dead weight, live load, concrete pressure,
wind
F Partial factor for actions M Partial factor for a material property
(in terms of load; F ... force) (in terms of material; M...material)
e.g. for dead weight, live load, concrete pres- e.g. for steel or timber
sure, wind Values from EN 12812
Values from EN 12812
kmod Modification factor (only for timber to take
account of the moisture and the duration of load
action)
e.g. for Doka beam H20
Values as given in EN 1995-1-1 and EN 13377

Comparison of the safety concepts (example)


Permissible stress design EC/DIN concept The "permissible values" communicated in
Doka documents (e.g.: Qpermissible = 70 kN)
Fyield Rk
115.5 [kN] 115.5 [kN] do not correspond to the design values
Rd gM = 1.1 (e.g.: VRd = 105 kN)!
90<105 [kN]
n ~ 1.65 A
Avoid any confusion between the two!
Ed
90 [kN] Our documents will continue to state the per-
missible values.
Fpermissible gF = 1.5 Allowance has been made for the following par-
60<70 [kN]
Factual A tial factors:
60 [kN] F = 1.5
M, timber = 1.3
M, steel = 1.1
kmod = 0.9
In this way, all the design values needed in an
EC design calculation can be ascertained from
98013-100

98013-102

the permissible values.

Factual Fpermissible Ed Rd
A Utilisation factor

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Product description
Doka formwork sheets

www.pefc.org
This product uses materials from
sustainably managed forests and
controlled sources.

Doka formwork sheet 3-SO Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco

Basic structure: Basic structure:


NORM B 3023-compliant 3-ply formwork sheet NORM B 3023-compliant 3-ply formwork sheet
made of crosswise glue-bonded spruce timbers; made of crosswise glue-bonded spruce timbers; with
with/without edge strip. The glue-bonding is boilproof, edge strip. The glue-bonding is boilproof, alkali-proof,
alkali-proof, water- and weathering-resistant. Surface water- and weathering-resistant. Surface enhanced
enhanced with urea melamine resin adhesive. with urea melamine resin adhesive.

Type of application and concreting results: Type of application and concreting results:
The sheet has a 'slightly absorbent' surface. The tex- The sheet has a 'slightly absorbent' surface. Depend-
ture, i.e. the irregularities in the face layer (annual ing on the moisture penetration of the formwork sheet,
rings, knots etc.) imprints itself to a greater or lesser its surface texture, i.e. the irregularities in the face
degree on the concrete (depending on the moisture layer (annual rings, knots etc.), imprints itself on the
penetration of the formwork sheet), delivering uniform concrete, delivering uniform concrete faces with a
concrete faces with a slight wood texture. slight wood texture.
The Doka 3-SO is a premium, top-quality formwork Larger numbers and sizes of knots, resin pockets and
sheet that is used both in formwork systems and as discolourations are permissible than on Doka 3-SO
loose sheets. formwork sheets. The sheets have a tight surface.
The sheets can be labelled with the client's name if The sheets can be labelled with the client's name if
desired. desired.

Thicknesses: Thicknesses:
21 mm and 27 mm 21 mm and 27 mm

Weight (timber moisture content = 9 % - 12 %): Weight (timber moisture content = 9 % - 12 %):
approx. 10.5 kg/m2 (21 mm) or 13 kg/m2 (27 mm) approx. 10.5 kg/m2 (21 mm) or 13 kg/m2 (27 mm)

Dimensional tolerances Dimensional tolerances


(new sheet with 12 % timber moisture content) (new sheet with 12 % timber moisture content)
Nominal dimension Nominal dimension
21 mm 27 mm 21 mm 27 mm
Thickness 20.9 1.0 mm 26.4 1.0 mm Thickness 20.9 1.0 mm 26.4 1.0 mm
1.5 m to 3.0 m 1.0 mm 1.5 m to 3.0 m 1.0 mm
Length Length
3.5 m to 6.0 m 1.5 mm 3.5 m to 6.0 m 1.5 mm
Width 1.0 mm Width 1.0 mm

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ProFrame panel Doka texture sheet 3-SO

Basic structure: Basic structure:


NORM B 3023-compliant 3-ply formwork sheet NORM B 3023-compliant 3-ply formwork sheet
made of crosswise glue-bonded spruce timbers. made of crosswise glue-bonded spruce timbers.
The glue-bonding is boilproof, alkali-proof, water- and The glue-bonding is boilproof, alkali-proof, water- and
weathering-resistant. Surface enhanced with urea weathering-resistant. Surface enhancement: textured
melamine resin adhesive, with an extra varnish seal- side with transparent varnish sealant; rear with urea
ant containing added corundum particles. The panel melamine resin adhesive.
comes with a newly developed all-round plastic edg-
ing made of grey TPU. Type of application and concreting results:
The sheet has a 'low-absorbency' surface. The sur-
Type of application and concreting results: face is brushed to create a textured sheet surface. The
The sheet has a 'low-absorbency' surface. The var- natural wood texture of the sheet surface is repro-
nish sealant applied onto the urea melamine resin duced on the concrete. The recessed grooves and the
adhesive provides an additional protective layer. This brushing of the surface also give it a 'board-like' char-
greatly reduces both moisture pick-up and textur- acter.
ing/cracking, and increases abrasion resistance. The The good concrete release properties of the thermo-
slightly rough surface caused by the projecting corun- setting varnish coating make high numbers of repeat
dum particles results in a 'velvety' frosting effect on the uses possible. The rear surface of the sheet is the
concrete. same as that of a Doka formwork sheet 3-SO.
The all-round plastic edging provides excellent protec-
tion from mechanical damage. This greatly prolongs
the lifespan of the panel. The panel has high format Thicknesses:
and angle accuracy.
21 mm and 27 mm
The preferred use for the sheet is as loose sheets in
slab formwork systems.
The sheets can be labelled with the client's name if Weight (timber moisture content = 9 % - 12 %):
desired. approx. 10.5 kg/m2 (21 mm) or 13 kg/m2 (27 mm)

Thicknesses: Dimensional tolerances


21 mm and 27 mm (new sheet with 12 % timber moisture content)
Nominal dimension
21 mm 27 mm
Weight (timber moisture content = 9 % - 12 %): Thickness 20.9 1.0 mm 26.4 1.0 mm
approx. 11 kg/m2 (21 mm) or 13.8 kg/m2 (27 mm) 1.5 m to 3.0 m 1.0 mm
Length
3.5 m to 6.0 m 1.5 mm
Width 1.0 mm
Dimensional tolerances
(new sheet with 12 % timber moisture content)
Nominal dimension
21 mm 27 mm
Thickness 20.9 1.0 mm 26.4 1.0 mm
Length +0/-1.0 mm
Width +0/-1.0 mm

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Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus Dokaplex formwork sheets

Basic structure: Basic structure:


NORM B 3023-compliant 3-ply formwork sheet Nordic birch plywood with boilproof, alkali-proof,
made of crosswise glue-bonded spruce timbers; water- and weathering-resistant phenolic-resin glue-
with/without edge strip. The glue-bonding is boilproof, bonding. The glue-bonding meets the requirements of
alkali-proof, water- and weathering-resistant. Surface EN 314-2 Service Class 3, DIN 68705 BFU 100 or
enhanced with urea melamine resin adhesive. The BS 6566 WBP. The formwork sheet is coated with a
side facing the concrete is coated with an extra var- high-grade phenolic resin film of 120 g/m2 (9 mm) or
nish sealant containing added corundum particles. 220 g/m2 (18 and 21 mm).

Type of application and concreting results: Type of application and concreting results:
The sheet has a 'low-absorbency' surface. The var- The sheet has a 'low-absorbency' surface. The sur-
nish sealant applied onto the urea melamine resin face consists of a flawless face veneer and a high-
adhesive provides an additional protective layer. This grade, wear-resistant film coating. As a result, it deliv-
greatly reduces both moisture pick-up and textur- ers a smooth concrete finish even after many repeat
ing/cracking, and increases abrasion resistance. The uses. To meet stringent specifications regarding the
slightly rough surface caused by the projecting corun- concrete finish, the sheets are screwed on from the
dum particles results in a 'velvety' frosting effect on the rear. Sealing any nailing-points, holes, damage etc.
concrete. can prolong the lifespan of the formwork sheet.
This sheet is used in slab formwork systems. This sheet is used in both wall and floor-slab form-
work.

Thicknesses:
21 mm and 27 mm Thicknesses:
9, 18 and 21 mm
Weight (timber moisture content = 9 % - 12 %):
approx. 10.5 kg/m2 (21 mm) or 13 kg/m2 (27 mm) Weight (timber moisture content = 9 % - 12 %):
approx. 6.1 kg/m2 (9 mm), 12.2 kg/m2 (18 mm) or 14.3
kg/m2 (21 mm)
Dimensional tolerances
(new sheet with 12 % timber moisture content)
Nominal dimension Dimensional tolerances
21 mm 27 mm (new sheet with 12 % timber moisture content)
Thickness 20.9 1.0 mm 26.4 1.0 mm Nominal dimension
Length 1.0 mm 9 mm 18 mm 21 mm
Width 1.0 mm Thickness 9.3 0.5 mm 17.6 0.5 mm 20.4 1.5 mm
Length 1.5 mm
Width 1.5 mm

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Xlife sheet Xface sheet

Basic structure: Basic structure:


Plastic/plywood composite sheet consisting of a birch Large-format plywood sheet for fair-faced concreting,
plywood core faced with a patented plastic coating. consisting of a birch plywood core, coated on the side
The sheet features boilproof, alkali-proof, water- and facing the concrete with a special fibre-reinforced syn-
weathering-resistant bonding and meets the require- thetic resin. The rear of the sheet is coated with a high-
ments of EN 314-2 Service Class 3, grade phenolic-resin film with a thickness of 120 g/m2.
DIN 68705 BFU 100 or BS 6566 WBP. The sheet features boilproof, alkali-proof, water- and
weathering-resistant bonding and meets the require-
Type of application and concreting results: ments of EN 314-2 Service Class 3,
DIN 68705 BFU 100 or BS 6566 WBP.
The sheet has a 'non-absorbent' surface. The special
plastic coating gives the sheet a significantly longer
lifespan. Type of application and concreting results:
Advantages: optimum nailability, easy cleaning, no The sheet has a 'non-absorbent' surface.
rippling, less prone to mechanical damage. As a The extra-hard-wearing coating of the Xface sheets,
result, it delivers a smooth, premium concrete finish and the large sheet formats, make it possible to
even after many repeat uses. achieve a smooth, uniform concrete surface with only
To meet stringent specifications regarding the con- a small number of joints. The sheets permit easy nail-
crete finish, the sheets can also be screwed on from ing, screwing and drilling, and have a 2 cm oversize
the rear. which optimises them for further trimming. The excel-
This sheet is used in both wall and floor-slab form- lent release properties of the sheet surface mean that
work. for the first few re-use cycles, no concrete release-
agent is needed.
The synthetic resin coating is free of phenolic resins,
Thicknesses: and as a result there is no staining on the concrete.
Designed to meet stringent fair-faced concrete speci-
21 mm
fications, this sheet can be used in both wall and floor-
slab formwork.
Weight (timber moisture content = 9 % - 12 %):
approx. 16.5 kg/m2
Thicknesses:
21 mm
Dimensional tolerances
(new sheet with 12 % timber moisture content)
Nominal Weight (timber moisture content = 9 % - 12 %):
dimension ca. 15.0 kg/m2
21 mm
Thickness 20.4 0.4 mm
Length 0.5 mm Dimensional tolerances
Width 0.5 mm (new sheet with 12 % timber moisture content)
Nominal
dimension
21 mm
Thickness 21.0 0.3mm
Length 1.5 mm
Width 1.5 mm

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Deflection diagrams
If the moisture content is higher than shown in the dia-
grams below, the modulus of elasticity diminishes sig-
nificantly (i.e. deformation increases), and this is
accompanied by a reduction in strength. This, in conse-
quence, means a reduction in the ability to bear loads.

Doka formwork sheets 3-S plus,


3-SO, 3-S eco,
Doka textured formwork sheets 3-SO
ProFrame panel

The grain of the face layer (A) must run at right


angles to the supports (B) .

B
9792-210-01

21 mm
4.0 10
9732-101
p [kN/m] 15
3.5
7.5
Q

M
L L L L
3.0
20
Deflection [mm]

2.5
25 5
2.0
30
L/500
1.5 40
50 2.5 kN/m
1.0 60
80
100
0.5

20 30 40 50 60 70 80

Support centres L [cm]


Flexural stiffness EI = 7.82 kNm2/m (15% timber moisture content)
M ... permitted bending moment
Q ... permitted shear force

27 mm
4.0
9732-102
p [kN/m]
3.5 20
Q

L L L L M 15
3.0
25
Deflection [mm]

2.5
30
10
2.0
40
L/500
1.5 50
60 7.5
1.0 80 5
100
2.5 kN/m
0.5

20 30 40 50 60 70 80

Support centres L [cm]


Flexural stiffness EI = 15.4 kNm2/m (15% timber moisture content)
M ... permitted bending moment
Q ... permitted shear force

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Dokaplex formwork sheets 9 mm

The 9mm Dokaplex formwork sheet is mainly used for forming


The fibre direction of the face ply relative to the curved surfaces, as inliners on profiled timber formers or on solid-
supports is of no significance. timber formwork.
In cases where only low loading occurs, the form-facing can be
dimensioned with reference to the diagram below.
18 mm
1.0 9732-119 2.0 9732-121 Q M 20 10 5
kN/m
0.9 50 1.8
60
0.8
p [kN/m]
1.6
M 40 30
0.7 L L L L 1.4

Deflection [mm]
Deflection [mm]

Q
0.6 1.2
30 40
0.5 1.0
L/500 25 L/500
50
0.4 20
0.8
80

0.3 15 0.6
60
0.2 10 0.4 p [kN/m]
100
7.5 80
0.1 5.0 0.2 L L L L
2.5

0 0
10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50

Support centres L [cm] Support centres L [cm]


Flexural stiffness EI = 3.1 kNm2/m (15% timber moisture content) Flexural stiffness EI = 4.7 kNm2/m (15% timber moisture content)
M ... permitted bending moment M ... permitted bending moment
Q ... permitted shear force Q ... permitted shear force

21 mm
1.0 9732-120
0.9
p [kN/m]
0.8
0.7 L L L L 60
Deflection [mm]

M Q
0.6
50
0.5 80 40

0.4
30
L/500
0.3 25
100 20
0.2 15
10
0.1 7.5
5.0
0 2.5

10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

Support centres L [cm]


Flexural stiffness EI = 4.7 kNm2/m (15% timber moisture content)
M ... permitted bending moment
Q ... permitted shear force

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Xlife sheets 21mm

The deflection characteristics of the Xlife sheet


in the longitudinal are different from those in the
transverse direction. The only way to tell which
is the longitudinal and which is the transverse
direction is by the direction of the lettering on
the formwork sheets.
For the purpose of the following diagrams, then,
be sure to know which way round the Xlife
sheets are placed in relation to the supports
(e.g. Doka beams).

Lettering falling from left to right (Xlife sheet side- Lettering rising from left to right (Xlife sheet in the
ways) upright)

B B

9732-403-01
9732-404-01

A A

A Support A Support
B Lettering on formwork sheet B Lettering on formwork sheet

4.0 30 25 20 15 10 7.5 4.0 15 10 7.5 5


9732-117 9732-118
p [kN/m] p [kN/m]
3.5 3.5 20
40
L L L L L L L L
3.0 3.0 25
M
5
Deflection [mm]

Deflection [mm]

50 M
2.5 2.5 30
2.5 kN/m
60
2.0 2.0
80 L/500 40 L/500
1.5 100 1.5 50
2.5 kN/m
60
1.0 1.0 80
100

0.5 0.5

20 30 40 50 60 70 80 20 30 40 50 60 70 80

Support centres L [cm] Support centres L [cm]


Flexural stiffness EI = 4.97 kNm2/m Flexural stiffness EI = 3.1 kNm2/m
(15% timber moisture content) (15% timber moisture content)
M ... Permitted bending moment M ... Permitted bending moment

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Xface sheets 21mm

The fibre direction of the face ply relative to the


supports is of no significance.

1.0 9732-120
0.9
p [kN/m]
0.8
0.7 L L L L 60
Deflection [mm]

M Q
0.6
50
0.5 80 40

0.4
30
L/500
0.3 25
100 20
0.2 15
10
0.1 7.5
5.0
0 2.5

10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

Support centres L [cm]


Flexural stiffness EI = 4.7 kNm2/m
(15% timber moisture content)
M ... permitted bending moment
Q ... permitted shear force

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Instructions for assembly and use


Doka formwork sheets are designed to be used exclu- Do not use as scaffold flooring.
sively as concrete-wetted panels with suitable wooden
or metal supporting structures for retaining freshly
poured concrete.

Practical example

9792-200-01
Do not use to floor walkways or to cover holes, etc..

9768-200-01

You will also find information on correct usage in the in


user information for the individual products, for exam-
ple:
Large-area formwork Top 50
9792-201-01
Dokaflex
Doka Xtra

Possible incorrect usages

WARNING
The uses illustrated below are prohibited, as
9792-209-01

are other, similar uses!

Do not use as flooring when setting up load-bearing towers.

Reprocessing scrap material


Doka formwork sheets contain no wood preservatives
and, consequently, they can be deposited for repro-
cessing.
Reprocessing by incineration in suitable incineration
plants is recommended. It is advisable not to attempt to
burn scrap material in open fires or domestic wood-
burners.
Always comply with the applicable local or national reg-
ulations.
9792-203-01

Do not use to bridge steps between platforms.


9792-202-01

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Handling recommendation for formwork sheets in general


Structural preconditions for use Dimensional changes in formwork
sheets
The load-bearing strength of the formwork
sheet must not be impaired. Damage, cracks,
and cuts running at right-angles to the load- Appearance
bearing direction may greatly reduce a sheet's
load-bearing strength, and so need to be exam- Differences in thickness between formwork sheets,
ined very carefully. Any suspect sheets must be height mismatches at joints between sheets, indenta-
withdrawn from use. tions near nails and screws.

Visual quality requirements Cause

Wood is hygroscopic, meaning that it either absorbs


Concrete surfaces are the mirror-image of the form-fac- moisture from its surroundings (air, soil, precipita-
ing. The overall appearance of the formwork sheeting tion), or releases it back again.
used is a critical factor when it comes to achieving vis-
ually attractive concrete surfaces. The increase/decrease in timber moisture content
leads to an increase/decrease in the length, width
Superficial scratches are permissible, with no limits and thickness (with different swelling and shrinkage
regarding their number or length. in each of the three main wood-anatomical direc-
Depending on the target concrete surface, therefore, tions).
the condition of the sheeting has to be taken into Immediately after production, the formwork sheets
account, and the higher the number of use cycles the have a timber moisture content of approx. 9 - 12 %;
more important this aspect becomes. once in service on the site, their timber moisture con-
tent usually rises to approx. 18 - 25 %. The table con-
tains guideline values for the dimensional changes:
Basic instructions
Thickness* Width/length*
Ensure that the formwork sheets are treated correctly 3-ply formwork sheets, 3-S approx. 6 % approx. 0.1 %
whenever they are used. Plywood sheets approx. 9 % approx. 0.2 %
Formwork sheets experience the natural expansion *) swelling stated as percentage
and contraction associated with wood and wood prod-
ucts as moisture is absorbed or released in response to
changes in climatic conditions. Remedies
Prior to use, always make sure that the moisture
Do not mix new and used formwork sheets.
content of the wood in the formwork sheets is
matched to the prevailing ambient conditions on site. Use formwork sheets that have all been used
approximately the same number of times.
Cover the sheets to protect them against extremes of
weather, for example direct sunlight or moisture. When assembling formwork, leave nails or screws
This reduces the tendency of cracks to form in the sticking out slightly never recess them into the
face ply. sheet.
Use edge lacquer to seal cut edges and the edges of To meet stringent specifications regarding the con-
holes drilled into the sheets. crete finish, screw on the formwork sheets from the
rear.
Remove residual traces of concrete from the con-
crete-wetted faces of the sheets as soon the form- Seal all cut edges with edge-protection varnish
work is stripped out.

Do not use pointed or sharp objects, wire


brushes, rotary abrasive discs or cup-type
rotary brushes.
The use of high-pressure cleaners to clean the
surfaces is prohibited.

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Damage to the formwork sheets from Surface sanding on the concrete


vibrators
Appearance
Appearance Extensive or localised sanding on or near the surface of
the concrete. Unlike on dusty concrete surfaces, what
Curved or oblong roughened depressions on the sur- may happen here is that fine fractions of the aggre-
face of the formwork sheet. In the damaged places, the gates are 'abraded'.
surface coating may have been partly or even com-
pletely worn away. The wood has been roughened
down to a depth of several millimetres. Cause

Cause Impaired hydration.


The formwork sheets used were very dry, causing
moisture removal during hydration.
Direct and prolonged contact between the vibrator
spud and the formwork sheet. The concrete surface dried out too strongly/rapidly.
Insufficient curing.
Remedies
Remedies
Avoid any contact between the vibrator and the
sheet. Pre-treat the formwork sheets with cement slurry,
Rubber-capped vibrator spuds can lessen or prevent and pre-wet them. Pre-treating with cement slurry
damage. neutralises any wood sugar that may be present, and
pre-wetting prevents the formwork from absorbing
too strongly.
Use a suitable release-agent.
Use suitable curing methods. Protect the concrete
from extreme temperatures and from being dried out
by the wind.

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Unclean concrete edges Different gradations of grey in the


concrete
Appearance
The concrete edges exhibit slight unevenness and
Appearance
spalling.
The concrete exhibits various different shades of grey.
This may occur within individual formwork sheets
Cause and/or between adjacent formwork sheets.
As a basic rule:
Moisture absorption by absorbent formwork increases Non-absorbent or low-absorbency sheets tend to pro-
the adhesion of the concrete to the formwork surface. duce light-coloured concrete surfaces, while more
When the formwork is stripped out, this leads to absorbent formwork sheets tend to cause a darker con-
unclean edges and surfaces. crete surface. This is why e.g. a light grey concrete sur-
face is the result of using low-absorbency sheet sur-
Remedies faces such as 3-S plus, Dokaplex, etc.
Factors such as release-agents, forming-waxes,
Pre-wet the formwork sheeting changes in the absorption behaviour of the sheet
caused by the degree of saturation etc., can all affect
Pre-treat the formwork with a coating of cement these results.
paste.
Sealing tapes.
Causes

The absorbency of formwork sheets is influenced by


the following factors:
- the type of formwork sheet and the quality of its
coating
- the age of the formwork sheets (how often used,
wear-and-tear during use, etc.)
- the weather
Heavily weathered formwork sheets (e.g. with very
dried-out, cracked surfaces) often have very differ-
ent absorbencies. This can lead to speckled con-
crete and in extreme cases to surface sanding on the
concrete.
When formwork sheets are stored in stacks, the top
sheet may have been so dried out by the sun that it
has a different absorbency from all the other sheets
further down the stack.

Remedies
To meet fair-faced concrete specifications, use only
formwork sheets of the same type and the same
level of wear-and-tear (storage history, how used,
and for how long).
Before sheets are used for the first time, avoid stor-
ing them for a long time under adverse climatic con-
ditions.
To meet tougher specifications regarding the con-
crete finish, protect the formwork sheets from cli-
matic influences between the pouring cycles as well,
as far as possible.
Covering the stacked sheets prevents exposed
sheets from drying-out.
Spray the formwork sheets with the release-agent
recommended by the manufacturers.

Especially on cool or cold days and when rela-


tive atmospheric humidity is high, pronounced
light/dark colouration of the concrete surface
may occur. The formwork sheets have only a
limited effect on these light/dark differences,
which also result from the slower hydration of
the concrete at low temperatures.

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Lime efflorescence on slabs Rust-related brownish staining of the


concrete face
Appearance
Concentrated or extensive speckled white discoloura-
Appearance
tion, or white deposits, on the surface of the concrete.
Walls:
Rust-brown marks starting from the top of the wall or
Causes from construction joints.
Slabs:
Excess water increasingly causes calcium hydroxide Rust-brown blotches, rust-brown marks of the rein-
to migrate from inside the concrete to the surface. forcing bars, marks of nails lost in the concrete, etc.
Thie calcium hydroxide reacts with the CO2 in the
atmosphere to form calcium carbonate (lime).
Efflorescence may be caused by e.g. the freshly
Causes
poured slab being sprayed with water in hot weather.
Seepage of water through the concrete, especially in Walls:
slabs and in box-outs and apertures in the slab, may - protruding reinforcing bars that are exposed to
lead to lime efflorescence on the soffit the rain without protection
The w/b ratio varies depending on the absorbency of Slabs:
the formwork sheet, causing the efflorence to take - rust deposits from various metal parts such as
various different forms. reinforcing bars, nails etc.
On young concrete, climatic influences (e.g. mist or
rain) can lead to localised or extensive lightening, Remedies
caused by a chalky haze which in some cases is
barely soluble. Walls:
Protect rebar and projecting reinforcements from the
Remedies weather.
Slabs:
Where fair-faced concrete specifications have to be
met, choose suitable curing methods. We strongly Before pouring, remove all metal parts and residual
advise against moistening the concrete surface! rust from the formwork sheeting.
Commercially available countermeasures such as
plastic sheets and covering tarpaulins will keep the
concrete from drying too quickly. Where tough spec-
ifications have been made regarding the concrete
finish, make sure that the plastic sheet does not
touch the surface of the concrete.
Hydrophobising the concrete surface can prevent
lime efflorescence caused by e.g. rain.
Absorbent formwork sheets reduce the w/b ratio in
the edge zone, meaning that the edge zone contains
fewer capillary pores. This can have a positive effect
in terms of reducing lime efflorescence.

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Handling recommendation for 3-S formwork sheets


Texturing and cracking on the 3-S Brown discolouration of the sheets
formwork sheet
Appearance
Appearance Right from the first times of use, a brown discoloration
starts to take place in the surface of the formwork
With softwood formwork sheets, the pattern of the tim- sheet. The more severe the conditions to which the
ber is immediately apparent on the concrete surface. sheet is exposed, the more pronounced this discolora-
tion will be.
Causes
Causes
When formwork sheets are stored outdoors in unfa-
vourable conditions, or while they are being used, cli- This is primarily a reaction of the timber to the con-
matic influences and concrete-water may cause the crete-water.
timber to swell or shrink.
UV radiation also causes discolouration of the tim-
This leads firstly to an intensification of the annual- ber.
ring structure, and secondly to a certain amount of
cracking and grooving in the face layer.
Although the changes occurring in the surface are Remedy
quite pronounced at the beginning, they then only
continue in a much reduced form. None. The brown discoloration has no influence on
either the lifespan of the 3-S formwork sheets or the
quality of the concrete finish.
Remedies
On extremely hot days, keep the formwork sheets
moist by e.g. spraying them with water this guards
against cracking and grooving.
Store formwork elements and panels in such a way
that they will not be exposed to prolonged sunshine.
e.g.: store pre-assembled elements form-face to
form-face;
use covers etc.
In extreme climatic conditions, e.g. desert climates
(meaning climates where the relative atmospheric
humidity has a monthly average of less then 45 %),
plywood formwork sheets should be used instead of
3-S formwork sheets.

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Handling recommendation for plywood sheets


Rippling on plywood sheets UV-induced brown discoloration on
the surface of the concrete
Appearance
Slight rippling in the surface veneer (max. several
Appearance
tenths of a millimetre high, non-uniformly long).
Concentrated, intensive brown discoloration on the
Either at the edge of the formwork sheet and/or any- concrete between the form-tie points and/or on the wall
where on the sheet at screw- or nail-points or where plinth.
there is other damage to the surface.
Ring- or horseshoe-shaped; often with upsqueezed
The undulations are longitudinally aligned in the grain brown or yellow seepage marks.
direction of the face veneer.
The undulations only occur for the first few times of use,
until the surface veneer has swollen uniformly. Causes

Causes Intense exposure to sunshine, i.e. UV stressing,


causes precursor damage to the hardened phenolic
resin film on phenolic-resin coated plywood sheets.
Hairline cracks or minor damage to the phenolic In the summer months, this precursor damage may
resin-film coating. occur in the space of only a few days.
Moisture absorption on unsealed edges of formwork Please note: this precursor damage on its own does
sheets. not lead to any staining on the concrete surface.
This leads to the face veneer absorbing moisture and The chain of factors described below leads to con-
thus swelling in thickness. However, the adjacent sur- centrated stains on the surface of the concrete:
face of the sheet remains dry. The differing timber - When the formwork is struck, the form-ties are
moisture contents cause slight rippling. unscrewed. However, the formwork sheets
remain in direct contact with the concrete surface
Remedies for some time.
- The heat of hydration causes condensation to
Store formwork sheets in a dry place before they are form between the formwork sheets and the con-
first used. crete surface.
Seal all cut edges with edge-protection varnish - When it comes into contact with the pre-dam-
aged phenolic resin film, this condensation leads
If possible, do not nail the formwork sheets but screw
to coloured degradation products being washed
them on from the rear.
out.
If you do have to screw the sheets on from the front, - After the condensation has dried, the degrada-
countersink the screws and grout the screw-holes. tion products are deposited on the surface of the
Avoid damage from e.g. vibrators, hammer-blows concrete.
etc. Low-quality release-agents that are less UV-resist-
Pre-treat formwork sheets with cement slurry if nec- ant may intensify the brown discoloration on the con-
essary. crete.
The rippling will disappear once there is uniform mois-
ture penetration throughout the sheet after its first few Remedies
times of use.
Protect the surface of the formwork sheets from
intense exposure to sunshine.
Use high-quality release-agents.
Separate the formwork from the concrete as soon as
the form-ties have been unscrewed.

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Handling recommendation for concrete release agents


Inhomogeneities in the concrete Formation of pores and voids at the
surface surface

Appearance Appearance

Excess application of concrete release agent onto non- Increased number of pores at the concrete surface.
absorbent formwork sheets may lead to increased
inclusion of dirt and dust particles. These may leave an Causes
imprint on the concrete surface after the formwork has
been struck. Also, excess application of concrete
This section only deals with causes of porosity that
release agent, and climatic influences such as rainfall
have to do with formwork sheets and concrete release
etc., may cause the following inhomogeneities:
agent. Remember that there are many other factors
Staining, cloudiness, lack of homogeneity which may also lead to an increased number of pores
Giraffe patterns on concrete surfaces.
Increased dust formation Excess application of concrete release agent.
Seepage marks Low temperatures and the increased viscosity of the
release-agent that these cause (esp. petroleum-
Causes based release-agents with or without additives).
Non-absorbent formwork sheets.
Wet sheet surfaces. Composition of the concrete.
Dirty formwork sheets.
The sheets have different absorbencies. Remedies
The ventilation time specified for the concrete
release agent has not been observed. Use suitable concrete release agents. On non-
Excess application of concrete release agent. absorbent formwork sheets, concrete release agents
that have a hydrophilic effect (such as aqueous
Wrong sprayer or nozzle for the concrete release
release-agent emulsions) can help to decrease the
agent.
number of pores at the concrete surface or even to
Insufficient pressure when applying the concrete prevent porosity altogether. These concrete release
release agent. agents also have a positive effect on concrete sur-
face porosity at low temperatures.
Remedies Use absorbent formwork sheets.
Avoid excess application of concrete release agent.
Use the correct concrete release agent. Apply the concrete release agent thinly and evenly.
Observe the information and recommendations Observe the specified ventilation times for emul-
given by the manufacturer. sions.
Comply with / check the application dosage specified
for the concrete release agent. A thin application of
release-agent generally results in a better concrete
surface. Avoid excess application of release-agent.
Wipe off any excess release-agent carefully and
evenly, with e.g. a clean cloth. If you use a rubber
squeegee, make sure that you do not remove all of
the release-agent from the formwork sheet.
To meet high and extra-high specifications regarding
the quality of the concrete finish, do some trial pours
first.

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Transporting, stacking and storing


Transport Doka stacking pallet 1.55x0.85m and
1.20x0.80m
Always use strap slings to lift stacked sheets - do not
use chains.
Storage and transport devices for long items:
Always use edge protectors when strapping sheets
together. Edge protectors can be padding made of durable
plastic, wood or cardboard. stackable
Suitable transport appliances:
crane
pallet stacking truck
forklift truck
The Bolt-on caster set B turns the stacking pallet into a
fast and manoeuvrable transport trolley.
Follow the directions in the "Bolt-on castor set
9792-208-01 9792-208-02 B" Operating Instructions!

When moving sheets not securely strapped


together, make sure that loose sheets cannot
slip.

Sheet stack

Cover the sheet stack to protect the sheets


against extremes of weather, for example direct
sunlight or moisture. This reduces the tendency
of cracks to form in the face ply.

Do not attempt to place stacks of sheets one on


top of another on the construction site.
Max. load: 1100 kg
Always use edge protectors when strapping sheets
Permitted imposed load: 5900 kg
together. Edge protectors can be padding made of
plastic, cardboard or wood.

Stack units ex works


Sheets per stack
Multi-trip packaging items that each contain
very different loads must be stacked with the
heaviest ones at the bottom and the lightest
Dimensions 21 mm 27 mm ones at the top!
100/50 cm - 300/50 cm 100 80 Rating plate must be in place and clearly leg-
350/50 cm - 600/50 cm 60 50 ible
100/100 cm - 300/100 cm 50 40
350/100 cm - 600/100 cm 30 25
Using Doka stacking pallets as storage units
Stack strapped complete with wooden battens 8 x 8 cm

Ground conditions for stacking Max. n of units on top of one another


Outdoors (on the site) Indoors
Floor gradient up to 3% Floor gradient up to 1%
Maximum angle of inclination of ground 3%. 2 6
The ground on which the stack is to be placed must It is not allowed to stack empty
be adequately firm and level. Best-case conditions pallets on top of one another!


are concreted or paved storage areas.
How to use with bolt-on castor set:
Storage on asphalt:
Always apply the fixing brake when the con-
Depending on the parts stored, place wooden bat-
tainer is "parked".
tens, strips of formwork sheeting or metal sheet
between the parts and the asphalt surface to ensure When Doka stacking pallets are stacked, the
that the weight is adequately spread. bottom pallet must NOT be one with a bolt-on
caster set mounted to it.
Storage on other surfaces (sand, gravel...):
Adopt suitable measures for storage (e.g. place thick
plywood sheets underneath the loads).

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Using Doka stacking pallets as transport Stacking strap 50


devices
The Stacking strap 50 is the tidy, space-saving way of
Lifting by crane storing and handling ProFrame panels.

Multi-trip packaging items may only be lifted


one at a time.
Use a suitable lifting chain. (Do not exceed
the permitted load capacity). e.g: Doka 4-
part chain 3.20m. Packaging unit: 2 units
Load the items centrically. The Stacking strap 50 is three things in one - base
Fasten the load to the stacking pallet so that rest profile, lashing strap and edge protection.
it cannot slide or tip out. ProFrame panels are delivered ex-works strapped
When lifting stacking pallets to which Bolt-on together with Stacking straps 50. Two Stacking
castor sets B have been attached, you must straps 50 are needed per stack of panels.
also follow the directions in these Operating
Instructions!
Spread-angle max. 30!

98039-214-01

= = ProFrame panels 21mm 50 units


a
ProFrame panels 27mm 40 units
It can also be used in conjunction with the wheel-
9792-211-01
around Doka stacking pallet (for handling stacks of
panels with no need for a crane).
a
Doka stacking pallet 1.55x0.85m max. 4.0 m
Doka stacking pallet 1.20x0.80m max. 3.0 m

Repositioning by forklift truck or pallet stacking


truck

Load the items centrically.


Fasten the load to the stacking pallet so that
it cannot slide or tip out.

Bolt-on castor set B


9776-205-01

The Bolt-on caster set B turns the stacking pallet into a


fast and manoeuvrable transport trolley.
Suitable for drive-through access openings > 90 cm.

The Bolt-on caster set B can be mounted to the follow-


ing multi-trip packaging items:
Doka accessory box
Doka stacking pallets
Follow the directions in the Operating Instruc-
tions!

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[kg] Article n [kg] Article n


Component
Article
[kg]
Doka
Formwork
System
n sheets
overview
Components

Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 100/50cm 5.3 186007000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 21mm 9.7/200cm 2.0 186109000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 150/50cm 7.9 186008000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 21mm 9.7/250cm 2.5 186110000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 200/50cm 10.5 186009000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 21mm 20/200cm 4.2 186107000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 250/50cm 13.1 186011000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 21mm 20/250cm 5.3 186108000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 300/50cm 15.8 186012000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 21mm 40/200cm 8.4 186111000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 350/50cm 18.4 186028000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 21mm 40/250cm 10.5 186112000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 400/50cm 21.0 186013000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 21mm 50/200cm 10.5 186101000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 450/50cm 23.6 186029000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 21mm 50/250cm 13.1 186102000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 500/50cm 26.3 186014000 Doka-Schalungsplatte 3-S plus 21mm
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 550/50cm 28.9 186023000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 600/50cm 31.5 186027000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 100/100cm 10.5 186015000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 27mm 9.7/200cm 2.5 187052000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 150/100cm 15.8 186016000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 27mm 9.7/250cm 3.1 187053000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 200/100cm 21.0 186017000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 27mm 20/200cm 5.2 187050000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 250/100cm 26.3 186018000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 27mm 20/250cm 6.5 187051000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 300/100cm 31.5 186019000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 27mm 40/200cm 10.4 187067000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 350/100cm 36.8 186030000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 27mm 40/250cm 13.0 187068000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 400/100cm 42.0 186020000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 27mm 50/200cm 13.0 187054000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 450/100cm 47.3 186031000 Doka formwork sheet 3-S plus 27mm 50/250cm 16.3 187055000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 500/100cm 52.5 186021000 Doka-Schalungsplatte 3-S plus 27mm
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 550/100cm 57.8 186022000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 600/100cm 63.0 186024000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 250/125cm 32.8 186097000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 300/150cm 47.3 186098000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 250/50cm 13.1 184034000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 600/150cm 94.5 186099000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 300/50cm 15.8 184035000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 150/50cm BS 7.9 186008100 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 400/50cm 21.0 184037000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 200/50cm BS 10.5 186009100 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 500/50cm 26.3 184039000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 250/50cm BS 13.1 186011100 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 600/50cm 31.5 184041000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 21mm 300/50cm BS 15.8 186012100 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 250/100cm 26.3 184001000
Doka-Schalungsplatte 3-SO 21mm Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 300/100cm 31.5 184002000
Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 400/100cm 42.0 184003000
Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 500/100cm 52.5 184004000
Doka texture sheet 3-SO 21mm 600/100cm 63.0 184005000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 100/50cm 6.5 187007000 Doka-Strukturplatte 3-SO 21mm
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 150/50cm 9.8 187008000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 200/50cm 13.0 187009000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 250/50cm 16.3 187011000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 300/50cm 19.5 187012000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 27mm 250/50cm 16.3 184084000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 350/50cm 22.8 187028000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 27mm 300/50cm 19.5 184085000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 400/50cm 26.0 187013000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 27mm 500/50cm 32.5 184090000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 450/50cm 29.3 187029000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 27mm 600/50cm 39.0 184092000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 500/50cm 32.5 187014000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 27mm 250/100cm 32.5 184071000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 550/50cm 35.8 187023000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 27mm 300/100cm 39.0 184072000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 600/50cm 39.0 187027000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 27mm 500/100cm 65.0 184074000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 100/100cm 13.0 187015000 Doka texture sheet 3-SO 27mm 600/100cm 78.0 184075000
Doka-Strukturplatte 3-SO 27mm
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 150/100cm 19.5 187016000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 200/100cm 26.0 187017000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 250/100cm 32.5 187018000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 300/100cm 39.0 187019000 Dokaplex formwork sheet 21mm 250/125cm 45.9 185007000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 350/100cm 45.5 187030000 Dokaplex formwork sheet 21mm 250/150cm 55.1 185002000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 400/100cm 52.0 187020000 Dokaplex formwork sheet 21mm 300/150cm 66.2 185003000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 450/100cm 58.5 187031000 Dokaplex-Schalungsplatte 21mm
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 500/100cm 65.0 187021000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 550/100cm 71.5 187022000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 600/100cm 78.0 187024000 Dokaplex formwork sheet 18mm 250/150cm 47.3 185011000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 250/125cm 40.6 187106000 Dokaplex formwork sheet 18mm 300/150cm 56.7 185012000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 300/150cm 58.5 187107000 Dokaplex-Schalungsplatte 18mm
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 600/150cm 117.0 187108000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 150/50cm BS 9.8 187008100
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 200/50cm BS 13.0 187009100 Dokaplex formwork sheet 9mm 250/150cm 24.4 185001000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 250/50cm BS 16.3 187011100 Dokaplex formwork sheet 9mm 300/150cm 29.3 185006000
Doka formwork sheet 3-SO 27mm 300/50cm BS 19.5 187012100 Dokaplex-Schalungsplatte 9mm
Doka-Schalungsplatte 3-SO 27mm

ProFrame panel 21mm 200/50cm 11.0 186118000


Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 21mm 50/150cm 7.9 186090000 ProFrame panel 21mm 200/50cm BS 11.0 186118100
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 21mm 50/200cm 10.5 186091000 ProFrame panel 21mm 250/50cm 13.8 186117000
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 21mm 50/250cm 13.1 186092000 ProFrame panel 21mm 250/50cm BS 13.8 186117100
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 21mm 50/300cm 15.8 186093000 ProFrame-Paneel 21
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 21mm 50/200cm BS 10.5 186091100
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 21mm 50/250cm BS 13.1 186092100
Doka-Schalungsplatte 3-S eco 21mm
ProFrame panel 27mm 200/50cm 13.5 187178000
ProFrame panel 27mm 200/50cm BS 13.5 187178100
ProFrame panel 27mm 250/50cm 16.9 187177000
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 27mm 50/150cm 9.8 187140000 ProFrame panel 27mm 250/50cm BS 16.9 187177100
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 27mm 50/200cm 13.0 187141000 ProFrame-Paneel 27
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 27mm 50/250cm 16.3 187142000
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 27mm 50/300cm 19.5 187143000
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 27mm 50/97cm 6.3 187144000
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 27mm 50/197cm 12.8 187145000 Dokadur panel 21 200/50cm 11.0 186083000
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 27mm 50/200cm BS 13.0 187141100 Dokadur panel 21 250/50cm 13.8 186081000
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 27mm 50/250cm BS 16.3 187142100 Dokadur panel 21 200/50cm BS 11.0 186083100
Doka formwork sheet 3-S eco 27mm 50/197cm BS 12.8 187145100 Dokadur panel 21 250/50cm BS 13.8 186081100
Doka-Schalungsplatte 3-S eco 27mm Dokadur-Paneel 21

Dokadur panel 27 200/50cm 13.5 187170000


Dokadur panel 27 250/50cm 16.9 187168000
Dokadur panel 27 200/50cm BS 13.5 187170100
Dokadur panel 27 250/50cm BS 16.9 187168100
Dokadur-Paneel 27

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User information Formwork sheets Component overview

[kg] Article n [kg] Article n

Xlife sheet 21mm 265/145cm 63.4 185071000


Xlife sheet 21mm 325/145cm 77.8 185070000
Xlife-Platte 21mm

Xlife priming varnish SW-910 2.5l 2.7 185073000


Xlife-Grundierlack SW-910 2,5l

Xlife edge varnish 2.5l 3.2 185072000


Xlife-Kantenlack 2,5l

Xface sheet 21mm 202/402cm 15.0 185076000


15.0 185077000
Xface-Platte 21mm

Doka-Trenn in container of 1000l 899.0 580911000


Doka-Trenn in drum of 200l 185.0 580912000
Doka-Trenn in canisters of 25l 22.0 580913000
Doka-Trenn in canisters of 5l 4.5 580915000
Doka-Trenn

Doka-OptiX 1000l 1011.0 580918000


Doka-OptiX 210l 215.5 580916000
Doka-OptiX 20l 20.0 580917000
Doka-OptiX

Doka sprayer for release agent 5.3 580914000


Doka-Trennmittel-Spritze
Follow the directions in the "Operat-
ing Instructions"!

Stacking strap 50 3.1 586156000


Stapelgurt 50
Powder-coated, blue

Doka stacking pallet 1.55x0.85m 42.0 586151000


Doka-Stapelpalette 1,55x0,85m
Galvanised
Height: 77 cm
Follow the directions in the "Operat-
ing Instructions"!

Bolt-on castor set B 33.6 586168000


Anklemm-Radsatz B
Painted blue

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