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MULTIFLEX Girder slab formwork

Assembly Instructions for Standard Application

Edition 11/2007

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Overview Introduction Product features Intended use Safety instructions A Assembly and Dismantling A1 A2 Storage and transport MULTIFLEX components Formlining and girder Props and propheads Tripod and erection bar Shuttering Striking Guardrails and setting of stopend

1 2 2 2 3

4 5 6 7 8-9 10-11 12

A3 A4 A5

B Application B1 B2 B3 B4 General instructions Calculation of slab formwork (example) VT 20/VT20 Application example Beams with UZ Beam bracket 40 and UZ Perforated Rail with slab stopend angle Design tables 13 14-15 16 17 18 20-31

B5

C Product Overview

32-43

Legend Visual Check Hints Important safety instructions Site Tips

Overview

3 1a

1b 4

1a Main beam 1b Cross beam 2 Crosshead 3 Clawhead 4 Prop 5 Tripod 6 Formlining

Introduction
These assembly instructions describe the standard usage of the flexible MULTIFLEX slab formwork system together with PERI VT 20 girders. At the beginning, there is information on the product and its utilisation as well as general and safety references. In Part A the intended use, as of a standard situation, is presented. Part B contains details on system application, and design tables for prop spacing, formlining and accessories. Information on appropriate props can be found in the PERI Design Tables Formwork Technology. Additional details for forming with PERI GT 24 girders are contained in Part A and B. The individual system components are listed in the product overview together with their article numbers. Dimensions without any unit of measurement are in cm. If you have any questions, please contact your local PERI representative.

Product features
The MULTIFLEX slab formwork is a girder formwork system which is suitable for every ground plan and different heights, depending on the type of support used. Depending on the slab thickness, assembly can be carried out using three girder combinations: Combination 1: VT 20 / VT 20 Combination 2: VT 20 / GT 24 Combination 3: GT 24 / GT 24 Main beam and connected cross beams form a grid to accommodate the formlining sheets. The main beams are positioned in the supporting heads of props. Individual components: formlining sheets PERI VT 20 girder and GT 24 lattice girder crosshead as non-tilting supporting heads of formwork clawhead for intermediate support erection bar for girder assembly from below tripod / MRK frame as erection aid. Support: PERI slab props and shoring system. Additional guidelines In particular, this includes at the present time industrial safety regulations (BetrSichV) technical regulations for industrial safety (TRBS) PERI product information PERI design tables formwork technology PERI MULTIPROP / PEP PERI slab edge trestle AW PERI UZ beam PERI construction site equipment Stripping Cart ASW 465 Pallets and stacking devices Approval for PERI girders Type tests for slab props

Intended use
These Assembly Guidelines contain instructions for the correct handling and intended use of the PERI MULTIFLEX slab formwork system. Safety instructions and load specifications must be observed at all times. Special permission must be given by PERI if the formwork is to be used for other applications other than it has been designed for together with supplementary assembly instructions. Basically, only materials in perfect condition may be used. The safety and environmental regulations of each country where this product is used must be observed at all times. The product is intended for commercial use only. These assembly guidelines, PERI offer and implementation plans as well as other PERI product information do not replace specific construction site work and assembly instructions.

Safety Instructions
These assembly instructions are directed at those persons who work with PERI MULTIFLEX. Non-observance of the safety instructions and assembly guidelines can lead to accidents and damage to materials. General information The basis of the MULTIFLEX system is an all-sided horizontal and non-moveable positioned slab formwork! This is given with peripheral walls and beams cast in advance. Otherwise the transfer of horizontal loads must be ensured in accordance with DIN 4421 through other measures undertaken on site (e.g. bracing)! If bracing is required for cantilevers, this must be friction-locked assembled! For supporting pre-fabricated slab elements, manufacturers references and installation instructions must be observed! The correct working loads for props and girders is ensured with the help of PERI design tables and the respective building authority approval. The safe and secure installation of the bracing as well as assembly of the shoring (including tripod, crosshead and clawhead) are to be described in detail in the contractor`s assembly instructions! Responsibilities of the contractor: 1. The contractor must ensure that the PERI and all other required instructions are at the users disposal. 2. All persons working with the product must be familiar with the content of these instructions and safety information. 3. Persons who cannot or have difficulty in reading and understanding these instructions must inform and then be fully briefed by the contractor.

4. The contractor has to ensure that assembly, adjusting and dismantling, moving as well as correct use of the product is supervised by trained and authorised personnel.
5. The contractor is obliged to provide all prerequisites to ensure compliance with applicable safety regulations.

11. Striking takes place only when the concrete has sufficiently hardened and site management has given the go-ahead! 12. When striking, use tools which do not damage the MULTIFLEX components! Do not pull away components with the crane! 13. When striking, do not compromise the stability of shoring and formwork components!

General Safety Information: 1. MULTIFLEX slab formwork components are to be checked before every use for signs of damage! Damaged parts are to be replaced by PERI original components! 2. When erecting the MULTIFLEX, ensure that all load effects are safely transferred! The formwork must remain in a horizontal and non-moveable position! 3. MULTIFLEX must be assembled on a flat, clean and sufficiently loadbearing surface! 4. Stability must be guaranteed at all times! 5. Never remove safety installations! 6. Do not exceed any given permissible loads! 7. Safe working areas are required at all times for assembly, adjusting, dismantling and moving of the formwork equipment 8. Safe access to all working areas must be in place! 9. Working areas must be made secure against falling! 10. Safe conditions for forming must be available at all times! Appropriate safety precautions are to be in place during unfavourable weather conditions e.g. secure formwork against lifting! Site personnel must not enter jeopardized areas!

14. Only transport components with hoisting gear if suitable attaching means are available! 15. The weight of the components must not exceed the permissible load capacity of the lifting gear! 16. Remove lifting equipment from a lowered formwork component or unit only when it is in a stable position! 17. Store and transport components and pallets in a safe and secure manner avoiding any unintentional change of position! Do not throw any components! Maintenance instruction for formlining Immersion vibrator with rubber cap minimises damage to the formlining. Take care when placing heavy objects on formlining. Use timbers where necessary and be aware of load bearing capacity. Use reinforcement spacers with a large bearing area to minimise indentations.

A1 Storage and Transport

PERI Instructions for Use: Pallets! BGR 500 operated by equipment Pallets and stacking devices are attached by means of suitable and reliable lifting equipment to all four designated lifting eyes! Secure components in the ring pallets against moving! (e.g. tension belt or steel band)

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10 10 Storage Stacked materials and pallets must be protected against effects of the weather, e.g. secure formlining against lifting. Store and transport MULTIFLEX components in craneable PERI ring pallets and PERI crate pallets, see also A3 / A4. Alternatively, stack girders and formlining using edge protection and stored on timbers. 10
Fig.1b Fig.1a

Transport Load-bearing capacity! PERI ring pallets and crate pallets are suitable for crane and fork-lift operations. Lifting equipment must be attached to all four lifting eyes 10. They can also be moved using the PERI pallet lifting trolley. Both containers can be lifted using both the long and short sides. For safe transportation, the length of the lifting forks must be adjusted accordingly. Move stacks by means of suitable lifting gear.
Fig.1c

Fig.1d

A2 Components
Formlining PERI multi-layered sheeting 21 mm (Beto), 62.5 x 2.50 m, Fig. 2 3-Ply plywood 21mm or other plywood sheeting, depending on requirements, see PERI plywoods. In the PERI design tables and slide charts, the 3-S plywood sheet has been taken into consideration. If other sheeting is used, the deflection of the plywood used must be statically checked regarding the deflection tolerances, see PERI design tables.

Fig.2 20 8 perm. Q = 11.0 kN perm. M = 5.0 kNm lY = 4290 cm4 Fig.3a perm.QD = 14.0 kN perm.QZ = 13.0 kN perm.M = 7 kNm .0 lY = 8000 cm4 8 Fig.3b QD = perm. shear force for compression strut QZ = perm. shear force for diagonal tie 16,3 + + perm. QD / perm. QZ perm. QD perm. QD Fig.4a perm. A = 14 kN perm. A = 28 kN perm. MST = 7 kNm .0 + 16,3 + + perm. QZ / perm. QD perm. QZ perm. QZ Fig.4b perm. A = 13 kN perm. A = 20 kN perm. MST = 4.0kNm perm. A = 28 kN perm. QD = 14 kN perm. MST = 7 kNm .0 Fig.5 24 + -

Formwork girders Using the VT 20K high-grade web girder Fig. 3a

Using the GT 24 lattice girder Fig. 3b As standard, the GT 24 lattice girder is supported in the girder nodes. Due to the node configuration, the GT 24 has various permissible loads: support in the girder nodes Fig. 4a support outside of the girder node area, Fig. 4b The permissible loads must also be maintained when supporting in the end areas. Fig. 4a + 4b For calculating slab formwork with GT 24 lattice girders see PERI design tables or PERI slide charts

With clawhead 24 S or 24 L, GT 24 girders can also be supported outside of the node area with a maximum bearing load of 28 kN on the girder. Fig. 5

A2 Components
Slab props Do not exceed the permissible load specifications! For other support systems, individual load specifications must be taken into consideration! All loads resulting from the MULTIFLEX slab formwork must be safely transferred into the ground or slab.

PERI support systems steel tube props 4a: PEP aluminium props 4b: MULTIPROP (MP), Fig. 6 shoring towers: MP PERI UP PD 8, , , ST 100 For prop loads, see PERI design tables Supporting heads of formwork Providing stable support for one or two girders and as intermediate support for individual girders. Examples With self-locking coupling at end of girder or on girder joint: crosshead 20/24S 2a, alternative: lowering head 20/24 2b with pins and cotter pins For intermediate support: clawhead 24S 3a clawhead 16/20S 3b Fig. 7 Assembly: 1. Position head on endplate of prop. 2. Engage self-locking coupling and check functionality, Fig. 8 or without selflocking coupling, secure head with pins and cotter pins. 3. Position props. The girders can now be accommodated. Dismantling: Release coupling or remove pins and take off head.

4a

4b

Fig.6

The supporting heads of formwork fit all standard slab props with 40 mm hole diameters.
4

2a 2b 3a 3b
Fig.7

a+b

40 m

Pay attention to lowering requirements when aligning the props. (min. 4 cm).

Fig.8

A2 Components
Formwork assembly Three girder combinations 1. Plywood sheet 21 mm Cross beam VT 20 Main beam VT 20 h = 42 cm, Fig. 9a 2. Plywood sheet 21 mm Cross beam VT 20 Main beam GT 24 h = 46 cm, Fig. 9b 3. Plywood sheet 21 mm Cross beam GT 24 Main beam GT 24 h = 50 cm, Fig. 9c

42

46

Fig.9a Fig.9b Fig.9c

Assembly aids Universal tripod as erection aid for all round and square slab props. Through the swivel-mounted base plates, the tripod can be erected in corners and against straight walls. Fig. 10a Erection bar for installing and dismantling of girders and formlining. erection bar GT/VT, for VT 20 and GT 24 girders, Fig.10b assembly bar 24 for GT 24 girders, Fig.10c
Fig.10b Fig.10c
0 12 m m

48

Fig.10a

Brace clamp for round slab props. Fig.10d for shuttering heights > 3.0 m for assembly of diagonal bracing Stripping cart e.g. PERI Stripping Cart ASW 465 Fig.10e

Fig.10d

Fig.10e

MULTIPROP Frame MRK for forming heights > 3.0 m for bracing of MP props. Fig.10f

Fig.10f

50

A3 Erection

40 m m

Turn the prop so that the G-hook can be operated.

Attach crosshead or clawhead to prop and engage (with self-locking coupling) Secure other types of support systems by means of pins and cotter pins: Alternative to crosshead: Lowering Head 20/24 for simple and easy lowering.
2a

Position crosshead props on flat and load-bearing ground. Secure with tripods (erection aid). Horizontal loads from the shuttering procedure can only be transferred for shuttering heights up to approx. 3.0 m.
2b

Shuttering height > 3.0 m with MULTIPROP props: Brace props by means of MRK frames (erection aid). See type test and MULTIPROP assembly instructions for more information.

Shuttering height > 3.0 m with steel tube support: e.g. PERI PEP: diagonal bracing must be mounted as an erection aid.

A3 Erection

3
VT 20 VT 20 min.15 min.15

4
VT 20 VT 20 min.15 min.15

min.15

x . Pr op sp

acing

Main be

am spa

cing b

Position crosshead props. Mount main girders from below by means of erection bar. One or two main beams can be accommodated in each crosshead without any risk of tilting.

Position secondary girder from below by means of erection bar. Align cross beams in such a way so that the plywood sheeting joints always rest on a cross beam or a pair of girders. Girder overlap: VT 20 min. 15 cm at both ends GT 24 min. 16.3 cm at both ends
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Risk of falling! Mount guardrails before shuttering according to valid guidelines! Secure cross beam against tilting. Install plywood sheeting and secure with nails. Level formwork and spray, e.g. with PERI Bio Clean. Caution: risk of slipping!

Mount intermediate props with claw heads on girders using prop spacing c. Extend props according to the length. GT 24 girders, see A2. Risk of tilting! Ensure load effects are safely transferred!*
*see safety instructions "General Safety information"

The MULTIFLEX slab formwork can be now be used in accordance with permissible load requirements. Pallets in position on the erection area ready to be used during striking operations

A4 Striking

Observe striking time! Dismantle intermediate props and store in pallets. In cases of immediate re-use, the heads remain attached to the props!
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Lower all secondary girders by approx. 4 cm*. Begin lowering and removal of props with larger prop spans in the centre of the slab.

Dismantle plywood sheets and remaining cross beams store in pallets. Plywood must be accurately stacked in order to clean the sheet edges

Dismantle main girders and store in pallets. * Observe permissible prop loads! If the formwork is not dismantled, it could lead to overloading the props when concreting the slab for the next floor.

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A4 Striking

2a
4

Alternative to No. 2 Lower lowering head by means of hammer blow = 4 cm. Push back wedge to starting position ready for next use and fix tight with a hammer blow
6

Tip the secondary girders onto their sides and remove from below by means of the assembly bar and store in pallets. Secondary girder located under plywood joints remain in position.
7

Dismantle crosshead props and store in pallets. In cases of immediate re-use, the heads remain attached to the props!

Before the first and any additional use, spray the plywood sheet edges, e.g. with PERI BIO Clean. This facilitates shuttering and striking procedures and helps to protect the sheet.

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A5 Guardrails and setting of stopend


scaffold components supplied by the contractors must conform to valid safety regulations! load effects must be safely transferred!
see safety instructions "General Information"

Guardrails * on slab edges with slab tables The edge of the building is secured by means of PERI table modules. Fig. 11 See also assembly instructions for table modules. during casting segment with slab edge trestle AW see B5 for static value 12 Assembly The Stopend Angle 11 can be attached in girders length direction as well as at 90 to the girder: 8 wire pins 3.1 x 65, (6 pins at front, 2 pins at rear, Item. no. 018280) with clamp for attaching to the girder or timber insert handrail post AW 12 and nail rear end. Fig.12 with Stopend Angle AW, Fig.12a with panel formwork and Stopend Angle AW, Fig.12b
Fig.12a Fig.12 Fig.11

11

11

with slab stopend bar 105 and handrail post HSGP 13 + 14 , see B5 for static value. Fig. 13
min 10 max 50

14
Fig.12b

See PERI construction site equipment brochure for additional setting of stopends *Guardrails as a minimum, timber components must correspond to Sort Class S10 according to DIN 4074 and be marked with a U symbol! secure guardrail boards with wire pins or screws! Fig.12b

13

Fig.13

max. 14

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B1 General Instructions
Static-relevant instructions regarding the use of slab formwork Provided on-site assurance can be given that values of the slab thickness along with the spacing of the secondary and main beams do not fall below those specified in the tables, and no additional loads are imposed as a result of the formwork being out of plumb etc., the formwork girders satisfy all the criteria for classification in Support Scaffold Group III. Conditions for classifying the support structure in Support Scaffold Group I Classification in Group I is possible for erection heights of up to 5.00 m spans of up to 6.00 m vertical, uniformly distributed loads of up to 8 kN/m2 uniformly distributed line loads from beams and downstands, and the like, of up to 15 kN/m Drawings are not required. Proof of stability is only required if there is insufficient expertise available for assessment purposes. As a rule, the loads acting only have to be increased by the group factor according to DIN 4421 for the support structure, which can mainly be classified in Group I or II.

Conditions for classifying the support structure in Support Scaffold Group II proof of stability for all important structural components and their connections required to prevent collapse. Analyses may be carried out with the simplifications described in Section 6.4.2. contained in DIN 4421 drawings: general arrangement drawings which clearly show the ground plans and sections of the construction. Presentation of the most important details is necessary.

The loads acting are to be multiplied by the group factor of 1.25

The loads acting are to be multiplied by the group factor of 1.15

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B2 Calculation of Slab Formwork (example)


Example with slide chart VT 20/VT 20 Slab thickness: d = 20 cm Clear room height: h = 2.80 m Main and cross beams: VT 20 Plywood: 21 mm, 62.5 x 250 cm Pre-selection Pre-selection makes it possible for the user subject to the available girder lengths to more effectively plan the utilisation of the MULTIFLEX with regards to the available prop loadbearing capacity and building geometry. From: permissible prop spacing possible main beam spacing (when using the GT 24 girder as cross beam, pay attention to the 30 cm node arrangement) available prop load
0,20 Slab thickness d [m] 2] 7,1 Loading q [kN/m Permissible main beam spacing b [m] Existing prop load F [kN] Cross beam spacing a [m] 0,75 0,625 0,50

Prop spacing c [m]

0,60 0,90 1,20 1,50

2,52 2,68 2,89 10,7 11,4 12,3 2,52 2,68 2,89 16,1 17,1 18,5 2,52 2,60 2,60 21,5 22,0 22,0 2,07 22,0 1,60 22,0 1,22 22,0 2,07 22,0 1,60 22,0 1,22 22,0 -

2,07 22,0 1,60 1,80 22,0 2,10 1,22 22,0 2,40 -

Loading: Deflection:

according to DIN 4421 limited to I/500

Basis for calculation is a three-ply sheet, 21 mm, with E = 7500 N/mm2 (saturated) and permissible B = 6.5 N/mm2 (saturated).

Max. slab thickness: PERI Beto Plywood The 3-S plywood has been considered in the slide chart. PERI Beto: see table, right. If another type of plywood is used, the cross beam spacing must be adapted accordingly, see B5 Plywood Chart. Size of plywood 62.5 cm x 2.50 m 4 fields 5 fields Cross beam spacing [cm] 62.5 50 Max. slab thickness [cm] 22 43

1. Cross beam spacing a Plywood support, Fig.14 (dependent on slab thickness and size of plywood sheet used, see B5 Plywood Chart) Cross beam spacing: 62.5 cm See B5 for static values. 2. Main beam spacing b Cross beam support, Fig.15 Max. permissible span for cross beams according to the slide chart: 2.07 m Main beam spacing: 2.00 m (selected, dependent on room geometry) 14

62,5

62,5

62,5 Fig.14

2,00 m Fig.15

B2 Calculation of Slab Formwork (example)


3. Prop spacing c Main beam support, Fig.16 Prop spacing: 1.50 m 4. Prop load Specification for the slide chart: 22.0 kN Through the selection of the main beam spacing of b = 2.00 m, this results in a prop load of F = 22 kN x 2.00 m = 21.3 kN 2.07 m to be transferred. Now select a slab prop (PEP , MULTIPROP) corresponding to the extension length H with permissible prop load = 21.3 kN.

H 1,50 m

The respective standards are used for the support construction. PERI slide chart for girder combinations: VT 20 / VT 20 GT 24 / VT 20 GT 24 / GT 24

1,50 m

1,50 m Fig.16

Example with PERI design tables According to the selected girder combination, calculations for the MULTIFLEX slab formwork are carried out using the tables in B5. Depending on the slab thickness, the selected cross beam spacing and plywood sheet result in the main beam and prop spacings. b Fig. 17

Fig.17

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B3 Application Example
Overview with edge tables Fig. 18 The basis of the MULTIFLEX is an all-sided horizontal and non-moveable positioned slab formwork! This is given with peripheral walls and beams cast in advance. Otherwise the transfer of horizontal loads must be ensured in accordance with DIN 4421 through other measures undertaken on site (e.g. bracing)!

Fig.18 VT 20: min. d 15 cm, max. 30 cm GT 24: min. d 16.3 cm, max. 30 cm

Fig.19

16

max. 30

Overview of starting bay Fig.19

B4 Beams
UZ beam system for beams up to h = 80 cm consisting of: UZ Beam Bracket 40 15a UZ perforated rail 15b no formwork ties up to h = 80 cm cross-sections are to be continuously formed girders or timbers can be used as bottom formwork side or bottom formwork can also be formed with PERI TRIO elements UZ perforated rails can be joined together for extra-wide beams
b

15a 15b

Fig.20

Max. beam widths with side form width b = 10 cm 1 x UZ perforated rail 80 = 45 cm 2 x UZ perforated rail 80 = 135 cm 1 x UZ perforated rail 129 = 95 cm Fig. 20 See B5 for permissible widths of influence.

Examples 1. Side form with one or two 2 GT 24s (vertical) Fig. 21a

Fig.21a

2. Side form with two or three VT 20s (horizontal) Fig. 21b

Fig.21b

3. Packing of formwork bottom Fig. 21c

Fig.21c

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B4 Beams
Stopend Angle AW for beams up to h = 60 cm the stopend angle 11 can be nailed to the plywood (22 mm) as stopend up to h = 40 cm larger widths of influence and heights are possible with the clamp, see B5 side formwork can be formed using horizontal TRIO, DOMINO or HANDSET elements 11

guardrails must be mounted according to valid regulations! load effects must be safely transferred!
see safety instructions "General Information" Fig.22a

Examples 1. Edge beam: stopend nailed to table module, Fig. 22a 2. Beam with Domino elements, Fig. 22b 3. Stopend angle with clamp 11a, Fig. 22c Assembly See A5, stopend angle AW

Used plywood sheets can be used for the working areas.

11a

Fig.22b

Fig.22c

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B5 Design tables
Plywood Type of plywood Fin Ply Fin Ply, Maxi Fin Ply, USA Fin Ply PERI Birch PERI Birch, USA Combi Mirror PERI Beto PERI Beto, USA PERI Beto PERI Spruce As-Ply 3-Ply Plywood 3-Ply Plywood Lake Pine Arauco Pine FinNa-Ply
Thickness [mm] Veneers

E-modulus [N/mm2] parallel/crosswise

perm. [N/mm2] parallel/crosswise

21 20 19 / 3/4 18 21 19 / 3/4 21 21 19 / 3/4 18 21 21 27 21 20,5 21 21

Birch Birch Birch Birch Birch Birch

8560/6610 7500/5760 6180/6880 8730/6440 8560/6610 9170/7060

15.0/12.4 13.0/10.5 12.0/11.5 15.3/12.2 15.0/12.4 15.7/13.6 14.9/6.8 11.2/8.5 11.3/10.6 10.2/8.7 6.7/7.0 1) 4.9/1.5 5.9/1.3 1) 1) 8.0/5.0

Birch/Conifer Ply. 8560/5060 Birch/Conifer Ply. 6610/6560 Birch/Conifer Ply. 6610/7140 Birch/Conifer Ply. 6680/6500 Conifer Plywood Plywood Spruce Spruce Plywood Pine Conifer Plywood 5240/6370 1) 8000/1070 8000/1070 1) 1) 7910/3710

1) No information possible because of large differences.

The static/mechanical values given in the tables refer, according to information from the manufacturers, to a moisture content of 15%. But GSV stipulate the values of moisture content as 20%. The values for the Modulus of Elasticity are therefore to be reduced by a factor of 0.9167 and the values for the permissible tension by a factor of 0.875. The fibres of the face veneer span in the direction of the first length shown for the plywood size.

Solid timber Softwood, Sorting Class S10

E-modulus [N/mm2] perm. [N/mm2] parallel/crosswise parallel/crosswise

10000

10

With a timber moisture content of 20% only the permissible tension according to DIN 1052 is to be reduced by 0.833.

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B5 Design tables
21 mm Plywood

The modulus of elasticity and the permissible tension is based on the grade and moisture content of the plywood (see page 20).

Maximum deflection

0.0068 q L4 f = EI

Maximum Moment M = 0.1071 q L2 (valid for at least 3 bays)

E = 3000 N/mm2 E = 4000 N/mm2 E = 5000 N/mm2 E = 6000 N/mm2 E = 7000 N/mm2 E = 8000 N/mm2

75 cm 70 cm 65 cm

60 cm

55 cm

10.7 8.0 6.4 5.3 4.6 4.0

9.3 7.0 5.6 4.7 4.0 3.5

8.0 6.0 4.8 4.0 3.4 3.0

50 cm

45 cm

40 cm
6.7 5.0 4.0 3.3 2.9 2.5

5.3 4.0 3.2 2.7 2.3 2.0

AN SP
N /m

1
=

1 9
=

4.0 3.0 2.4 2.0 1.7 1.5

Deflection f [mm]

2.7 2.0 1.6 1.3 1.1 1.0

N/ m

m2 N/ m m2

N /m

m2

35 cm

=
5

1.3 1.0 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5

/m m2

m2

30 cm 25 cm

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Wall formwork 0 Slab formwork 0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100 Concrete pressure q [kN/m2]

20 40 60 80 100 10 30 50 70 90

Slab Thickness d [cm]

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B5 Design tables
MULTIFLEX GT 24 Girders as slab beams
Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2]

0.10 4.5

0.12 5.0

0.14 5.5

0.16 6.1

0.18 6.6

0.20 7 .1

Secondary beam spacing a [m] 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50

0.60
Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40

3.79 10.2 3.79 15.4 3.79 20.5 3.79 25.6 3.18 28.0 2.43 28.0 2.07 28.0

4.03 10.9 4.03 16.3 4.03 21.8 4.03 27 .2 3.18 28.0 2.43 28.0 2.07 28.0

4.34 11.7 4.34 17 .6 4.34 23.5 4.15 28.0 3.18 28.0 2.43 28.0 2.07 28.0

3.60 10.8 3.60 16.3 3.60 21.7 3.60 27 .1 2.85 28.0 2.17 28.0 1.86 28.0

3.82 11.5 3.82 17 .3 3.82 23.0 3.72 28.0 2.85 28.0 2.17 28.0 1.86 28.0

4.12 12.4 4.12 18.6 4.12 24.8 3.72 28.0 2.85 28.0 2.17 28.0 1.86 28.0

3.44 11.4 3.44 17 .1 3.44 22.8 3.37 28.0 2.58 28.0 1.97 28.0 1.68 28.0

3.65 12.1 3.65 18.2 3.65 24.3 3.37 28.0 2.58 28.0 1.97 28.0 1.68 28.0

3.93 13.1 3.93 19.6 3.93 26.1 3.37 28.0 2.58 28.0 1.97 28.0 1.68 28.0

3.30 12.0 3.30 18.0 3.30 24.0 3.08 28.0 2.36 28.0 1.80 28.0 1.54 28.0

3.51 12.7 3.51 19.1 3.51 25.5 3.08 28.0 2.36 28.0 1.80 28.0 1.54 28.0

3.78 13.7 3.78 20.6 3.78 27 .5 3.08 28.0 2.36 28.0 1.80 28.0 1.54 28.0

3.18 12.6 3.18 18.9 3.18 25.1 2.84 28.0 2.18 28.0 1.66 28.0 1.42 28.0

3.38 13.4 3.38 20.0 3.38 26.7 2.84 28.0 2.18 28.0 1.66 28.0 1.42 28.0

3.64 14.4 3.64 21.6 3.55 28.0 2.84 28.0 2.18 28.0 1.66 28.0 1.42 28.0

3.08 13.1 3.08 19.7 3.08 26.3 2.63 28.0 2.02 28.0 1.54 28.0 1.31 28.0

3.27 13.9 3.27 20.9 3.27 27 .9 2.63 28.0 2.02 28.0 1.54 28.0 1.31 28.0

3.53 15.0 3.53 22.5 3.29 28.0 2.63 28.0 2.02 28.0 1.54 28.0 1.31 28.0

Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2]

0.22 7 .6

0.24 8.1

0.26 8.7

0.28 9.2

0.30 9.8

0.35 11.3

Secondary beam spacing a [m] 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40

0.60
Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40

2.99 13.7 2.99 20.5 2.99 27 .4 2.45 28.0 1.88 28.0 1.43 28.0 1.22 28.0

3.18 14.5 3.18 21.8 3.06 28.0 2.45 28.0 1.88 28.0 1.43 28.0 1.22 28.0

3.42 15.7 3.42 23.5 3.06 28.0 2.45 28.0 1.88 28.0 1.43 28.0 1.22 28.0

3.09 15.1 3.09 22.7 2.87 28.0 2.29 28.0 1.76 28.0 1.34 28.0 1.15 28.0

3.33 16.3 3.33 24.4 2.87 28.0 2.29 28.0 1.76 28.0 1.34 28.0 1.15 28.0

3.59 17 .5 3.59 26.3 2.87 28.0 2.29 28.0 1.76 28.0 1.34 28.0 1.15 28.0

3.02 15.7 3.02 23.5 2.69 28.0 2.16 28.0 1.65 28.0 1.26 28.0 1.08 28.0

3.25 16.9 3.25 25.3 2.69 28.0 2.16 28.0 1.65 28.0 1.26 28.0 1.08 28.0

3.50 18.2 3.50 27 .3 2.69 28.0 2.16 28.0 1.65 28.0 1.26 28.0 1.08 28.0

2.95 16.2 2.95 24.3 2.54 28.0 2.03 28.0 1.56 28.0 1.19 28.0 1.02 28.0

3.17 17 .5 3.17 26.2 2.54 28.0 2.03 28.0 1.56 28.0 1.19 28.0 1.02 28.0

3.42 18.8 3.39 28.0 2.54 28.0 2.03 28.0 1.56 28.0 1.19 28.0 1.02 28.0

2.88 16.9 2.88 25.3 2.39 28.0 1.91 28.0 1.47 28.0 1.12 28.0 0.96 28.0

3.11 18.2 3.11 27 .3 2.39 28.0 1.91 28.0 1.47 28.0 1.12 28.0 0.96 28.0

3.35 19.6 3.19 28.0 2.39 28.0 1.91 28.0 1.47 28.0 1.12 28.0 0.96 28.0

2.96 20.1 2.75 28.0 2.06 28.0 1.65 28.0 1.26 28.0 0.96 28.0 0.82 28.0

3.19 21.6 2.75 28.0 2.06 28.0 1.65 28.0 1.26 28.0 0.96 28.0 0.82 28.0

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B5 Design tables
MULTIFLEX GT 24 Girders as slab beams
Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2]

0.40 12.9

0.45 14.4

0.50 16.0

0.60 19.1

0.70 22.2

0.80 25.4

0.90 28.5

1.00 31.4

Secondary beam spacing a [m] 0.50

0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 3.05 23.6 2.42 28.0 1.81 28.0 1.45 28.0 1.11 28.0 0.85 28.0 0.72 28.0 2.73 23.6 2.15 28.0 1.62 28.0 1.29 28.0 0.99 28.0 0.76 28.0 0.65 28.0 2.94 25.5 2.15 28.0 1.62 28.0 1.29 28.0 0.99 28.0 0.76 28.0 0.65 28.0 2.64 25.3 1.94 28.0 1.46 28.0 1.17 28.0 0.89 28.0 0.68 28.0 0.58 28.0 2.84 27 .3 1.94 28.0 1.46 28.0 1.17 28.0 0.89 28.0 0.68 28.0 0.58 28.0 2.42 27 .8 1.63 28.0 1.22 28.0 0.98 28.0 0.75 28.0 0.57 28.0 0.49 28.0 2.44 28.0 1.63 28.0 1.22 28.0 0.98 28.0 0.75 28.0 0.57 28.0 0.49 28.0 2.10 28.0 1.40 28.0 1.05 28.0 0.84 28.0 0.64 28.0 0.49 28.0 0.42 28.0 2.10 28.0 1.40 28.0 1.05 28.0 0.84 28.0 0.64 28.0 0.49 28.0 0.42 28.0 1.84 28.0 1.23 28.0 0.92 28.0 0.74 28.0 0.56 28.0 0.43 28.0 0.37 28.0 1.84 28.0 1.23 28.0 0.92 28.0 0.74 28.0 0.56 28.0 0.43 28.0 0.37 28.0 1.64 28.0 1.09 28.0 0.82 28.0 0.66 28.0 0.50 28.0 0.38 28.0 0.33 28.0 1.64 28.0 1.09 28.0 0.82 28.0 0.66 28.0 0.50 28.0 0.38 28.0 0.33 28.0 1.49 28.0 0.99 28.0 0.74 28.0 0.59 28.0 0.46 28.0 0.35 28.0 0.30 28.0 1.49 28.0 0.99 28.0 0.74 28.0 0.59 28.0 0.46 28.0 0.35 28.0 0.30 28.0

0.60
Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40

2.83 21.9 2.42 28.0 1.81 28.0 1.45 28.0 1.11 28.0 0.85 28.0 0.72 28.0

* Loading to DIN 4421: Formwork load g = 0.40 kN/m2 Concrete load b = 26 kN/m3 x d (m) Live load p = 0.20 x b 1.5 p 5.0 kN/m2 Total load q=g+b+p
Secon

The deflection has been limited to l/500. Main girder support at node intersections. Secondary girders assumed single span. Table values mean the following: 2.87 28.0 Perm. main beam spacing b [m] Existing prop load [kN]
M ain be am a sp g cin

dar y b

eam s

pacing

Beam length 0.90m 1.20m 1.50m 1.80m 2.10m 2.40m 2.70m 3.00m 3.30m 3.60m 3.90m 4.20m 4.50m 4.80m 5.10m 5.40m 5.70m 6.00m

Item no. 075100 075120 075150 075180 075210 075240 075270 075300 075330 075360 075390 075420 075450 075480 075510 075540 075570 075600

c
Prop s

c
pacin g

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B5 Design tables
MULTIFLEX VT 20K Girders as slab beams
Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2]

0.10 4.5

0.12 5.0

0.14 5.5

0.16 6.1

0.18 6.6

0.20 7 .1

Secondary beam spacing a [m] 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.75 0.625 0.50

0.60
Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40

3.10 8.4 3.10 12.6 3.10 16.8 3.10 21.0 2.50 22.0 1.91 22.0 1.54 22.0

3.30 8.9 3.30 13.4 3.30 17 .8 3.26 22.0 2.50 22.0 1.91 22.0 1.54 22.0

3.55 9.6 3.55 14.4 3.55 19.2 3.26 22.0 2.50 22.0 1.91 22.0 1.54 22.0

2.94 8.9 2.94 13.3 2.94 17 .7 2.92 22.0 2.24 22.0 1.71 22.0 1.38 22.0

3.13 9.4 3.13 14.1 3.13 18.8 2.92 22.0 2.24 22.0 1.71 22.0 1.38 22.0

3.37 10.1 3.37 15.2 3.37 20.3 2.92 22.0 2.24 22.0 1.71 22.0 1.38 22.0

2.81 9.3 2.81 14.0 2.81 18.7 2.65 22.0 2.03 22.0 1.55 22.0 1.25 22.0

2.99 9.9 2.99 14.9 2.99 19.9 2.65 22.0 2.03 22.0 1.55 22.0 1.25 22.0

3.22 10.7 3.22 16.0 3.22 21.4 2.65 22.0 2.03 22.0 1.55 22.0 1.25 22.0

2.70 9.8 2.70 14.7 2.70 19.6 2.42 22.0 1.86 22.0 1.42 22.0 1.15 22.0

2.87 10.4 2.87 15.6 2.87 20.9 2.42 22.0 1.86 22.0 1.42 22.0 1.15 22.0

3.09 11.2 3.09 16.9 3.03 20.6 2.42 22.0 1.86 22.0 1.42 22.0 1.15 22.0

2.60 10.3 2.60 15.4 2.60 21.8 2.23 22.0 1.71 22.0 1.30 22.0 1.06 22.0

2.77 10.9 2.77 16.4 2.77 22.0 2.23 22.0 1.71 22.0 1.30 22.0 1.06 22.0

2.98 11.8 2.98 17 .7 2.79 21.5 2.23 22.0 1.71 22.0 1.30 22.0 1.06 22.0

2.52 10.7 2.52 16.1 2.52 22.0 2.07 22.0 1.59 22.0 1.21 22.0 0.98 22.0

2.68 11.4 2.68 17 .1 2.58 22.0 2.07 22.0 1.59 22.0 1.21 22.0 0.98 22.0

2.89 12.3 2.89 18.4 2.58 22.0 2.07 22.0 1.59 22.0 1.21 22.0 0.98 22.0

Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2]

0.22 7 .6

0.24 8.1

0.26 8.7

0.28 9.2

0.30 9.8

0.35 11.3

Secondary beam spacing a [m] 0.75 0.625 0.50 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40

0.60
Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40

2.45 11.2 2.45 16.8 2.41 22.0 1.92 22.0 1.48 22.0 1.13 22.0 0.91 22.0

2.60 11.9 2.60 17 .8 2.41 22.0 1.92 22.0 1.48 22.0 1.13 22.0 0.91 22.0

2.80 12.8 2.80 19.2 2.41 22.0 1.92 22.0 1.48 22.0 1.13 22.0 0.91 22.0

2.53 12.4 2.53 18.5 2.25 22.0 1.80 22.0 1.38 22.0 1.05 22.0 0.85 22.0

2.73 13.3 2.73 20.0 2.25 22.0 1.80 22.0 1.38 22.0 1.05 22.0 0.85 22.0

2.94 14.3 2.94 21.5 2.25 22.0 1.80 22.0 1.38 22.0 1.05 22.0 0.85 22.0

2.47 12.8 2.47 19.2 2.12 22.0 1.69 22.0 1.30 22.0 0.99 22.0 0.80 22.0

2.66 13.8 2.66 20.7 2.12 22.0 1.69 22.0 1.30 22.0 0.99 22.0 0.80 22.0

2.86 14.9 2.82 22.0 2.12 22.0 1.69 22.0 1.30 22.0 0.99 22.0 0.80 22.0

2.41 13.3 2.41 19.9 2.00 22.0 1.60 22.0 1.23 22.0 0.93 22.0 0.76 22.0

2.60 14.3 2.60 21.5 2.00 22.0 1.60 22.0 1.23 22.0 0.93 22.0 0.76 22.0

2.80 15.4 2.66 22.0 2.00 22.0 1.60 22.0 1.23 22.0 0.93 22.0 0.76 22.0

2.36 13.8 2.36 20.7 1.88 22.0 1.50 22.0 1.15 22.0 0.88 22.0 0.71 22.0

2.54 14.9 2.50 22.0 1.88 22.0 1.50 22.0 1.15 22.0 0.88 22.0 0.71 22.0

2.74 16.0 2.50 22.0 1.88 22.0 1.59 22.0 1.15 22.0 0.88 22.0 0.71 22.0

2.42 16.4 2.16 22.0 1.62 22.0 1.30 22.0 1.00 22.0 0.76 22.0 0.61 22.0

2.61 17 .7 2.16 22.0 1.62 22.0 1.30 22.0 1.00 22.0 0.76 22.0 0.61 22.0

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B5 Design tables
MULTIFLEX VT 20K Girders as slab beams
Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2]

0.40 12.9

0.45 14.4

0.50 16.0

0.60 19.1

0.70 22.2

0.80 25.4

0.90 28.5

1.00 31.4

Secondary beam spacing a [m] 0.50

0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 0.50 0.40 2.50 19.3 1.90 22.0 1.42 22.0 1.14 22.0 0.87 22.0 0.67 22.0 0.54 22.0 2.23 19.3 1.69 22.0 1.27 22.0 1.02 22.0 0.78 22.0 0.59 22.0 0.48 22.0 2.40 20.8 1.69 22.0 1.27 22.0 1.02 22.0 0.78 22.0 0.59 22.0 0.48 22.0 2.16 20.7 1.53 22.0 1.15 22.0 0.92 22.0 0.70 22.0 0.54 22.0 0.43 22.0 2.29 22.0 1.53 22.0 1.15 22.0 0.92 22.0 0.70 22.0 0.54 22.0 0.43 22.0 1.92 22.0 1.28 22.0 0.96 22.0 0.77 22.0 0.59 22.0 0.45 22.0 0.36 22.0 1.92 22.0 1.28 22.0 0.96 22.0 0.77 22.0 0.59 22.0 0.45 22.0 0.36 22.0 1.65 22.0 1.10 22.0 0.82 22.0 0.66 22.0 0.51 22.0 0.39 22.0 0.31 22.0 1.65 22.0 1.10 22.0 0.82 22.0 0.66 22.0 0.51 22.0 0.39 22.0 0.31 22.0 1.45 22.0 0.96 22.0 0.72 22.0 0.58 22.0 0.44 22.0 0.34 22.0 1.45 22.0 0.96 22.0 0.72 22.0 0.58 22.0 0.44 22.0 0.34 22.0 1.29 22.0 0.86 22.0 0.64 22.0 0.51 22.0 0.40 22.0 0.30 22.0 1.29 22.0 0.86 22.0 0.64 22.0 0.51 22.0 0.40 22.0 0.30 22.0 1.17 22.0 0.78 22.0 0.58 22.0 0.47 22.0 0.36 22.0 1.17 22.0 0.78 22.0 0.58 22.0 0.47 22.0 0.36 22.0

0.60
Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40

2.32 17 .9 1.90 22.0 1.42 22.0 1.14 22.0 0.87 22.0 0.67 22.0 0.54 22.0

* Loading to DIN 4421: Formwork load g = 0.40 kN/m2 Concrete load b = 26 kN/m3 x d (m) Live load p = 0.20 x b 1.5 p 5.0 kN/m2 Total load q=g+b+p

The deflection has been limited to l/500. Secondary girders assumed single span. Table values mean the following: 2.25 22.0 Perm. main beam spacing b [m] Existing prop load [kN]
am sp ac ing

a
b

Secon

dar y b

eam s

pacing

Beam length 1.45m 2.15m 2.45m 2.65m 2.90m 3.30m 3.60m 3.90m 4.50m 4.90m 5.90m

Item no. 074990 074905 074910 074890 074920 074930 074940 074950 074960 074970 074980

ain

be

c c
Prop s pacin g

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B5 Design tables
MULTIFLEX Secondary Girder: GT 24 / Main Girder: 2x GT 24
Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2] Secondary beam spacing a [m] Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.22 7 .6

0.24 8.1

0.25 8.4

0.26 8.7

0.28 9.2 0.40 0.625 0.50 3.50 18.3 3.50 27 .4 3.50 36.5 3.50 45.7 3.50 54.8 2.95 16.3 2.95 24.4 2.95 32.6 2.95 40.7 2.95 48.9 3.17 17 .5 3.17 26.2 3.17 35.0 3.17 43.7 3.17 52.5 0.40 3.42 18.9 3.42 28.3 3.42 37 .8 3.42 47 .2 3.38 56.0

0.75 0.625 0.50 0.625 0.50 2.99 13.6 2.99 20.5 2.99 27 .3 2.99 34.1 2.99 40.9 3.18 14.5 3.18 21.8 3.18 29.0 3.18 36.3 3.18 43.5 3.42 15.6 3.42 23.4 3.42 31.2 3.42 39.0 3.42 46.8 3.09 15.0 3.09 22.5 3.09 30.0 3.09 37 .5 3.09 45.1 3.33 16.2 3.33 24.3 3.33 32.4 3.33 40.5 3.33 48.6

0.40 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.625 0.50 3.59 17 .4 3.59 26.2 3.59 34.9 3.59 43.6 3.59 52.3 3.06 15.4 3.06 23.1 3.06 30.8 3.06 38.6 3.06 46.3 3.29 16.6 3.29 24.9 3.29 33.2 3.29 41.5 3.29 49.7 3.55 17 .9 3.55 26.8 3.55 35.8 3.55 44.7 3.55 53.7 3.02 15.8 3.02 23.6 3.02 31.5 3.02 39.4 3.02 47 .3 3.25 17 .0 3.25 25.4 3.25 33.9 3.25 42.4 3.25 50.9

0.60 0.90 1.20 1.50 1.80

Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2]

0.30 9.8 0.40 3.35 19.7 3.35 29.5 3.35 39.4 3.35 49.2 3.17 56.0

0.35 11.3 0.50 2.97 20.1 2.97 30.2 2.97 40.3 2.97 50.3 2.75 56.0 0.40 3.21 21.8 3.21 32.6 3.21 43.5 3.21 54.4 2.75 56.0

0.40 12.9 0.50 2.83 21.9 2.83 32.9 2.83 43.8 2.83 54.8 2.41 56.0 0.40 3.05 23.6 3.05 35.4 3.05 47 .2 2.89 56.0 2.41 56.0

0.50 16.0 0.50 0.40 2.64 25.3 2.64 38.0 2.64 50.7 2.33 56.0 1.94 56.0 2.84 27 .3 2.84 40.9 2.84 54.5 2.33 56.0 1.94 56.0

0.60 19.1 0.50 0.40 2.42 27 .7 2.42 41.6 2.42 55.5 1.95 56.0 1.63 56.0 2.68 30.7 2.68 46.1 2.44 56.0 1.95 56.0 1.63 56.0

0.70 22.2 0.40 2.51 33.4 2.51 50.1 2.10 56.0 1.68 56.0 1.40 56.0

0.80 25.4 0.40 2.35 35.8 2.35 53.7 1.84 56.0 1.47 56.0 1.22 56.0
y gird

0.90 28.5 0.40 2.22 38.0 2.18 56.0 1.64 56.0 1.31 56.0 1.09 56.0

1.00 31.4 0.40 2.07 39.0 1.98 56.0 1.49 56.0 1.19 56.0 0.99 56.0

Secondary beam 0.625 0.50 spacing a [m] Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.60 0.90 1.20 1.50 1.80

2.88 16.9 2.88 25.4 2.88 33.9 2.88 42.3 2.88 50.8

3.11 18.3 3.11 27 .4 3.11 36.6 3.11 45.7 3.11 54.9

* Load to DIN 4421: Dead load g = 0.40 kN/m Concrete load b = 26 kN/m3 x d (m) Live load p = 0.20 x b 1.5 p 5.0 kN/m2
M
2

a
de r a sp g cin

Seco

a a

ndar

er sp

acing

ai

ir ng

Total load

q=g+b+p

The deflection has been limited to 1/500. Main girder support at node intersections. Secondary girders assumed single span. Table values mean the following: 3.17 56.0 perm. spacing of main girders [m] actual prop load [kN]
Prop spac in

One GT 24 is sufficient as main girder when prop loads < 28.0 kN

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B5 Design tables
MULTIFLEX Secondary Girder: VT 20K / Main Girder: 2x VT 20K
Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2] Secondary beam spacing a [m]

0.22 7 .6

0.24 8.1

0.25 8.4

0.26 8.7

0.28 9.2 0.40 0.625 0.50 2.86 12.4 2.86 18.6 2.86 24.8 2.86 31.0 2.86 37 .2 2.86 43.3 2.41 11.1 2.41 16.6 2.41 22.1 2.41 27 .7 2.41 33.2 2.41 38.7 2.60 11.9 2.60 17 .9 2.60 23.9 2.60 29.8 2.60 35.8 2.60 41.8 0.40 2.80 12.9 2.80 19.3 2.80 25.7 2.80 32.1 2.80 38.6 2.74 44.0

0.75 0.625 0.50 0.625 0.50 2.45 9.30 2.45 14.0 2.45 18.7 2.45 23.3 2.45 28.0 2.45 32.7 2.60 9.90 2.60 14.9 2.60 19.8 2.60 24.8 2.60 29.7 2.60 34.7 0.30 9.8 0.40 2.74 13.4 2.74 20.1 2.74 26.7 2.74 33.4 2.74 40.1 2.58 44.0 2.80 10.7 2.80 16.0 2.80 21.3 2.80 26.7 2.80 32.0 2.80 37 .3 2.53 10.3 2.53 14.5 2.53 20.6 2.53 25.7 2.53 30.9 2.53 36.0 2.73 11.1 2.73 15.6 2.73 22.2 2.73 27 .8 2.73 33.3 2.73 38.9

0.40 0.625 0.50 0.40 0.625 0.50 2.94 12.0 2.94 16.8 2.94 23.9 2.94 29.9 2.94 35.9 2.94 41.9 2.50 10.5 2.50 15.8 250 21.0 2.50 26.3 2.50 31.5 2.50 36.8 2.69 11.3 2.69 16.9 2.69 22.6 2.69 28.2 2.69 33.9 2.69 39.5 2.90 12.2 2.90 18.3 2.90 24.4 2.90 30.5 2.90 36.5 2.90 42.6 2.47 10.7 2.47 16.0 2.47 21.4 2.47 26.7 2.47 32.1 2.47 37 .4 2.66 11.5 2.66 17 .3 2.66 23.0 2.66 28.8 2.66 34.6 2.66 40.3

0.50
Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.75 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75

Slab thickness [m] Loading q* [kN/m2]

0.35 11.3 0.50 2.43 13.8 2.43 20.6 2.43 27 .5 2.43 34.4 2.43 41.3 2.22 44.0 0.40 2.62 14.8 2.62 22.2 2.62 29.7 2.62 37 .1 2.59 40.0 2.22 44.0

0.40 12.9 0.50 2.32 14.9 2.32 22.4 2.32 29.9 2.32 37 .4 2.28 44.0 1.95 44.0 0.40 2.50 16.1 2.50 24.2 2.50 32.2 2.50 40.3 2.28 44.0 1.95 44.0
g cin pa b

0.45 14.4 0.50 0.40 2.24 16.2 2.24 24.3 2.24 32.3 2.24 40.4 2.03 44.0 1.74 44.0 2.41 17 .4 2.41 26.1 2.41 34.8 2.41 43.5 2.03 44.0 1.74 44.0

0.50 16.0 0.50 0.40 2.16 17 .3 2.16 25.9 2.16 34.6 2.16 43.2 1.83 44.0 1.57 44.0 2.32 18.6 2.32 27 .8 2.32 37 .1 2.32 44.0 1.83 44.0 1.57 44.0

Secondary beam 0.625 0.50 spacing a [m]

0.50
Perm. span for main girder Prop spacing c [m]

0.75 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75

2.36 11.5 2.36 17 .3 2.36 23.0 2.36 28.8 2.36 34.6 2.36 40.3

2.54 12.4 2.54 18.6 2.54 24.8 2.54 31.0 2.54 37 .2 2.54 43.4

* Load to DIN 4421: Dead load g = 0.40 kN/m2 Concrete load b = 26 kN/m3 x d (m) Live load p = 0.20 x b 1.5 p 5.0 kN/m2 Total load q=g+b+p
i ng r rde s

a a

a=

ai

Sec ond ar y gird er s paci ng

The deflection has been limited to 1/500. Secondary girders assumed single span. Table values mean the following: 2.58 44.0 perm. spacing of main girders [m] actual prop load [kN]
Prop spac in g

One VT 20K is sufficient as main girder when prop loads < 22.0 kN

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B5 Design tables
Edge formwork Formwork bracket-2, Slab Stopend Bar 105, Stopend Sleeve 15

Formwork Bracket-2 Permissible spacings [m] depending on the slab depth and overhang.
f

Slab thickn. d [m] 0.20 0.30

Overhang f [m] 0.10 0.20 0.30 0.40 2.50 1.00 2.50 1.00 2.50 1.00 1.85 1.00

0.45 1.60 1.00

The above values relate to the load capacity of the formwork bracket. Depending on the formlining smaller spacings may be required. The maximum anchor tension force is 6.5 kN and the shear force 5.3 kN.

Slab Stopend Bar 105 Permissible spacings [m] depending on the slab depth.

Slab thickness d [m]


Allowing for load on the handrail post Not allowing for load on the handrail post

0.20 0.30 0.40 0.50 1.45 1.10 0.90 0.80 3.00 1.60 1.20 1.00

The maximum deflection at the top has been limited to 3 mm. The maximum anchor tension force is 6.5 kN.

Stopend Sleeve 15 Concrete strength required depending on the anchor tension force.

Anchor tens. Z [kN] Concrete strengths required [N/mm2]

2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5*

4.5 5.5 6.3 7 .2 8.2 9.1 10.0 10.9 11.8

* maximum permissible anchor tension force for stopend sleeve 15

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Beam UZ beam formwork

Permissible width [m] of load that may be carried by UZ 40 beam bracket depending on the depth of the beam and slab Beam depth: h [m] Slab thickness: d [m] 0.30 Version 1 2
1x GT 24 2x VT 20

0.40 Version 1 2
1x GT 24 2x VT 20

0.50 Version 1 2
2x GT 24

0.60 Version 1 2
2x VT 20

0.70 Version 1 2
2x GT 24 3x VT 20

0.80 Version 1 2
2x GT 24 3x VT 20

2x VT 20 2x GT 24

0 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35

2.20 1.70 1.65 1.55 1.50

4.00 3.65 3.45 3.30 3.20

1.85 1.35 1.30 1.15 1.00

3.50 2.85 2.70 2.40 2.15

1.80 1.60 1.55 1.50 1.45

3.00 2.50 2.25 2.00 1.75

1.55 1.40 1.35 1.30 1.25

2.75

1.35

2.25 *1.05 *1.65

1.80 *1.05 *1.35 *0.75 *1.05 1.65 *1.00 *1.25 *0.70 *0.95 1.50 *0.95 *1.15 *0.65 *0.90 1.35 *0.90 *1.05 *0.60 *0.80
*) Timber on end in the UZ 40 beam bracket is 10 x 8 cm (rather than 8 x 8 cm)

The maximum deflection is 1/500

Version 1: Side form with one or two GT 24s (vertical) d

The above values relate to the load capacity of the UZ 40 beam bracket, the upright 8x8 cm timbers and the secondary girders shown on the drawings. Depending on the formlining used, additional secondary girders may be needed. Separate structural calculations must be provided to show the sub-structure can carry the imposed loads. The equivalent load (V/100) acting horizontally and the pressures arising on one side (eg the edge beam) are to be taken by a restraint provided by the client.

Version 2: Side form with two or three VT 20s (horizontal) d

Version 3: Packing for the beam soffit formwork d h

d = slab depth h = beam depth

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Beam AW Stopend Angle Permissible width [m] of load that can be carried by AW stopend angle depending on the depth of slab and beam, and type of fixing.
Height of side formwork h [m]

0.20
nailing on SKYDECK* plywood. 21 mm timber girder clamping timber girder SKYDECK*

0.25
nailing on plywood. 21 mm timber girder clamping timber girder SKYDECK*

0.30
nailing on plywood. 21 mm timber girder clamping timber girder SKYDECK*

0.35
nailing on plywood. 21 mm timber girder clamping timber girder

Substructure
Slab thickness d [m]

0 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35 0.40

2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 1.60 2.50 2.50 2.50 0.90 1.50 2.50 2.50 0.60 0.90 1.60 2.50 0.90 1.45 2.50 2.50 0.70 1.10 1.80 2.50 0.50 0.80 1.40 1.90 0.40 0.65 1.10 1.50 0.80 1.25 2.10 2.50 0.60 0.90 1.60 2.10 0.45 0.70 1.20 1.70 0.70 1.10 1.80 2.50 0.50 0.80 1.40 1.90 0.40 0.65 1.10 1.50 0.60 0.95 1.65 2.20 0.45 0.70 1.25 1.70 0.55 0.85 1.50 2.00 0.40 0.65 1.10 1.50 0.58 1.00 1.30 0.50 0.90 1.20 0.58 1.00 1.35 0.50 0.90 1.20 0.45 0.80 1.10 0.40 0.70 1.00

Height of side formwork h [m]

0.40
nailing on SKYDECK* plywood. 21 mm timber girder clamping timber girder SKYDECK*

0.50
nailing on plywood. 21 mm timber girder clamping timber girder SKYDECK*

0.60
nailing on plywood. 21 mm timber girder clamping timber girder

Substructure
Slab thickness d [m]

0 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35 0.40

0.40 0.60 1.05 2.50 0.50 0.90 1.25 0.45 0.80 1.10 0.40 0.70 1.00 0.65 0.90 0.60 0.80

0.50 1.60 0.65 0.90 0.60 0.80 0.53 0.70 0.50 0.65 0.45 0.60

1.10

0.50 0.67 0.45 0.60 0.40 0.55 0.50 0.48

Separate structural calculations must be provided to show the sub-structure is adequate to carry the loads arising. The equivalent load (V/100) acting horizontally and the pressure arising on one side (eg edge beam) are to be taken by a restraint provided by the client.

Nail with eight 3.1 mm dia nails


(6 at the front and 2 at the back)

* The AW safety handrail post must not be used on SKYDECK panels.

1. Slab stopend

2. Slab with edge beam

3. Slab with T-beam

d h h h

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Weight kg GT 24 Girder German Approval Certificate No. Z-9.1-157 Perm. Shear Force QD Perm. Shear Force QZ Perm. Bending Moment M Moment of Inertia ly

Item no.

= 14,0kN* = 13,0kN** = 7,0kNm = 8000cm4

* QD = Permiss. shear force on compression struts **QZ = Permiss. shear force on tension struts

918 1214

1510 1806

2102 2398

2694 2990

3286 3582

3878 4174

4470 4766

5062 5358

5654 5950

Nominal Lengths 0,60m RF 0,90m 1,20m To simplify handling the most 1,50m common GT 24 Girders are 1,80m colour coded for length. 2,10m 2,40m brown 2,70m grey 3,00m blue 3,30m red 3,60m green 3,90m 4,20m 4,50m 4,80m 5,10m 5,40m 5,70m 6,00m GT 24 Special Lengths 6,00-17,80m Girder Joint

4,45 5,30 7,10 8,90 10,60 12,40 14,20 15,90 17,70 19,50 21,20 23,00 24,80 26,60 28,30 30,10 31,90 33,60 35,40 5,90/m

075090 075100 075120 075150 075180 075210 075240 075270 075300 075330 075360 075390 075420 075450 075480 075510 075540 075570 075600 075000 070700

Girder end
163 296 296 = standard joint spacing

311 80

60 120 60

240

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296 296

End Protection Cap GT 24, galv. For protecting timber chord of girder against being sawn off accidentally.

0,06

070750
55 30 1

32

80

Weight kg VT 20K Girder With steel end caps. German Approval Certificate No. Z-9.1-216 perm. Q = 11,0kN perm. M = 5,0kNm ly = 4290cm4

Item no.

200

120

40

40

27 50 80 140 140

Nominal lengths 1,45m 2,15m 2,45m 2,65m 2,90m 3,30m 3,60m 3,90m 4,50m 4,90m 5,90m Cutting Cost VT Girder VT 16K Girder* German Approval Certificate No. Z-9.1-216 Perm. Shear Force Q Perm. Bending Moment M Moment of Inertia ly
* is no longer produced

8,60 12,70 14,50 15,60 17,10 19,50 21,20 23,00 26,70 28,90 34,80

074990 074905 074910 074890 074920 074930 074940 074950 074960 074970 074980 074900
1450 2150 2450 2650 2900 3300 3600 3900 4500 4900 5900

= 8,5kN = 3,5kNm = 2420cm4

160

40

80

40

22

27 80

Nominal Lengths 2,45m 2,90m 3,30m 3,60m 3,90m 4,90m 5,90m Cutting Cost VT Girder

11,30 13,30 15,20 16,60 17,90 22,50 27,10

074610 074620 074630 074640 074650 074660 074670 074900

2450 2900

3300 3600

3900 4900

5900

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MULTIFLEX and Accessories


Weight kg Crosshead 20/24 S, galv. With self-locking coupling. Providing stable support for single or twin GT 24 or VT 20K Girders. Girder overlap at both ends of at least 163mm in the case of the GT 24, 15cm with VT 20K. 3,24 Item no. 028680 Required diameter of hole in the endplate of the prop 40mm.

Crosshead 20/24, galv Without self-locking coupling.

3,12

027890

359

201

240 210 170

Accessories: Pin 14x107, galv. Cotter Pin FS 4/1, galv. Clawhead 24 S, galv. With self-locking coupling. For supporting the GT 24 Girder at any location without nailing.

0,15 0,03 1,67

027990 018060 028890 Required diameter of hole in the endplate of the prop 40mm.

80

155 125 85

280 10 64

Clawhead 24 L, galv. Without self-locking coupling.

1,55

028880
161

Accessories: Pin 14x107, galv. Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.

With clawhead 24 S or 24 L, girders GT 24 can even be supported outside the node points with max. reaction at supports of 28kN being taken by the girder. 0,15 0,03 027990 018060

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Weight kg Crosshead 16 S, galv.* With self-locking coupling. Providing stable support for single or twin VT 16K Girders. Cantilever of Girders at each end min. 150mm.
* is no longer produced

Item no. 028690 Required diameter of hole in the endplate of the prop 40mm.

3,00

Crosshead 16, galv.* Without self-locking coupling.


* is no longer produced

2,88

028700

319

161

240 210 170

155

125

Accessories: Pin 14x107, galv. Cotter Pin 4/1, galv. Clawhead 16/20 S, galv. With self-locking coupling. For supporting the VT 20K or VT 16K Girder at any location without nailing.

0,15 0,03 1,06

027990 018060 028660 Required diameter of hole in the endplate of the prop 40mm.

80

85

140

Clawhead 16/20, galv. Without self-locking coupling.

0,94

028670

Accessories: Pin 14x107, galv. Cotter Pin 4/1, galv.

0,15 0,03

027990 018060

161

44

35

Weight kg Lowering Head 20/24, galv. Providing stable support for single or twin GT 24 or VT 20K Girders. Girder overlap at both ends of at least 163mm in the case of the GT 24, 15cm with VT 20K. Lowers 40mm. 5,10

Item no. 028870

85

170

385

155

240

Accessories: Pin 14x107, galv. Cotter Pin 4/1, galv. Crosshead PEP 10 / VT 20, galv. With self-locking mechanism. Providing stable support for single or twin VT 20K girders.

0,15 0,03 1,42

027990 018060 106989

252

1 VT 20
153

Erection Bar GT/VT, galv. For easy erection of MULTIFLEX with GT 24 or VT girders.

2,97

070740

180

2 VT 20

1711 190

150

85

34

Assembly Bar 24, galv. For easy erection of MULTIFLEX with GT 24 girders.

3,09

027930

20

34 95 50 1550

36

Lowering 40

195

Weight kg Tension Strap 16-25, galv. For clamping 2 Girders GT 24, VT 20K or VT 16K onto Crosshead 20/24 (S) or Crosshead 16 (S). 0,57

Item no. 028590

270

210

12

Pin 14x107, galv. For fixing Crossheads as well as Clawheads etc.

0,15

027990
129 4 26 110 14 5 460 120 min 20 max 420 995 4

Cotter Pin 4/1, galv. For Pins to 25mm.

0,03

018060

Handrail Holder For easy and quick clamping to concrete slabs for supporting handrails. Adjustable from 20 up to 420mm.

9,79

035700
190 30 65

110

185

70

37

Weight kg Universal Tripod, galv. For props 48 to 120mm. Can also be used in combination with MULTIPROP Base MP 50. 9,26

Item no. 028000

853

357 48 120

Only to be used as an erection device! Tripod, galv.* For props 57 to 89mm. 8,98 027860
780

555

*for hire only

Only to be used as an erection device! Tripod PEP 10, galv. For PEP 10 props 44 to 64mm. 5,40 107152

840

585

Only to be used as an erection device! Brace Clamp, galv. Diameter of prop 48 up to 76mm. 1,85 027940
min 48 Board max 30 max 76

186

640

40 400

210

Size of bracing board 30x150mm. Brace Clamp HL, galv. Diameter of prop 76 up to 89mm as well as 100 up to 120mm. 2,48 027790

max

120

min 76

100

239

40 450

210

Size of bracing board 30x150mm.

38

Board max 30

120

615

800

Weight kg Stripping Cart ASW 465 Complete with: 1 Steel traverse 140/220 ASW (1x) consisting of 3 parts 2 Folding base unit 160/190 ASW (1x) 3 Vertical frames 70/90 ASW (6x) 4 Vertical frames 70/120 ASW (6x) 5 Entry platforms 190 ASW (2x) 6 Toe-board set 70/190 ASW (1x) 7 Double handrails 190 ASW (4x) 8 Diagonal braces 210 ASW (3x) 9 Horizontal braces 190 ASW (2x) 10 Wind security clip 60 ASW (8x) 11 Ballast 10kg ASW (12x) Packed in: Ring pallet USP 104, galvanized Complete with: Lashing strap 25x5750mm (1x) Scaffold Tube steel 48,3x3,2, L = 1,0m as Ring extensions (6x) Max. platform height = 4,65m Max. working height = 6,65m Platform height alterations = 300mm 363,00 32,60 18,60 4,40 4,90 14,80 8,00 5,30 2,40 2,30 0,06 10,00 65,60 0,50 3,55

Item no. 102031 102033 102025 102035 102034 102026 102030 102027 102028 102029 102037 102807 100678 100707 026411
1150
2360 1100

4 3

8 6 9 Ring pallet USP 104, galv. Observe operating instructions! Lifting device to BGR 500 Permissible load: 1200kg Stripping Cart, Alu Platform height: up to 2,00m Permissible load: 100kg/m2 77,00 035500 10 11

handrail height 980

3035

250
750

48

1800

platform height 2000

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AW Slab Stopend Angle, UZ Beam Formwork


Weight kg AW Slab Stopend Angle Powder-coated. For forming stopends of slabs up to 400mm. Fixed to the plywood by nails. 1,68 Item no. 065070
240

400

6.5 screw hole 50

3.5 nail hole 86

68

AW Bracket Slides into the AW Slab Stopend Angle. For height adjustment of side beam.

1,77

065075

min 40 max 220

240

140

67

40220

90

266

500

AW Handrail Post Slides into the AW Slab Stopend Angle from top. With captive locking device secured and fixed with additional nails to the plywood.

7,41

065071

762

nail holes

40

67

1439

275

132

AW Clamp 8-10 With captive Triple Wingnut. For clamping the AW Slab Stopend Angle onto timbers or Girders 80-100mm wide.

3,37

065072

122

Weight kg UZ Beam Bracket 40 Complete with: Captive Hook Tie and Wingnut Counterplate DW15. 12,10

Item no. 065056


17 7

7 26 35

69 155 42 81 210

500

For allowable spacing see PERI tables. UZ Beam Width Adjustment Bar 80 Beam width max. 400mm. Beam width more than 400mm 2 or more of the Adjustment Bars 80 to be connected. 7,44 065057
963 700 81,5 70 50 165 14 7 420 50 165

UZ Beam Width Adjustment Bar 129 Beam width max. 900mm. Beam width more than 900mm. 2 or more of the Adjustment Bars 129 to be connected.

10,30

065065

1453 17x70=1190 81,5 70 42 50 81 310 310 310 310 210 14 7 50

UZ Beam Yoke Waler 100 For bearing one or two Girders GT 24 at each side.

9,02

065058

1000

84 120 80 180 14

440

For additional girder support. Can be mounted either on standard props or shoring systems.

40

60

50 0

41

MULTIPROP and Accessories


Weight kg MULTIPROP MP, Alu Can be used individually, as well as in combination with MULTIPROP MRK Frames tableforms or shoring towers. MULTIPROP MP 120 (0,80-1,20m) MULTIPROP MP 250 (1,45-2,50m) MULTIPROP MP 350 (1,95-3,50m) MULTIPROP MP 480 (2,60-4,80m) MULTIPROP MP 625 (4,306,25m) 10,40 15,00 18,80 23,80 33,60 027288 027289 027290 027291
150 120 17 10 75

Item no.

End Plate 027305

80 64

40 14

64 80 120 150

L min L max

Section

64

L min. MP 120 MP 250 A MP 350 MP 480 MP 625 800 1450 1950 2600 4300

L max. 1200 2500 3500 4800 6250

A 715 1365 1865 2515 4211

B 421 1071 1571 2221 1975

17 10 75

Base MP 50 With quick action clamp coupling.

8,81

027310

150

500

12,5 80 42 200

For mounting props with 6 to 10mm thick end plates.

89

42

10

0 87

PEP 20, PEP 30 Props


Weight kg Props PEP 20, galv.
6

Item no.

PEP 20-300 PEP 20-350 PEP 20-400 PEP 20-500

L = 1,71-3,00m L = 1,96-3,50m L = 2,21-4,00m L = 2,71-5,00m

15,70 19,20 22,70 30,50

103058 103059 103060 103061

End Plate
14

B
100

84

80
D2

100

120

D1

20-300 A B D1 D2 1602 143 66.0 54.0

20-350 1852 93 71.5 59.5

20-400 2102 143 75.5 63.5

40

20-500 2602 143 84.0 72.0

For load capacity refer to PERI Formwork Design Tables. Props PEP 30, galv.
8

PEP 30-150 PEP 30-250 PEP 30-300 PEP 30-350 PEP 30-400

L = 0,96-1,50m L = 1,46-2,50m L = 1,71-3,00m L = 1,96-3,50m L = 2,21-4,00m

10,40 15,00 18,70 22,70 27,20

103066 103067 103062 103063 103065

End Plate
14 9

B 100

82

80
D2

100

120

D1 A

40

30-150 A B 852 93 66.0 54.0

30-250 1352 93 66.0 54.0

30-300 1602 143 71.5 59.5

30-350 1852 93 75.5 63.5

30-400 2102 143 84.0 72.0

For load capacity refer to PERI Formwork Design Tables.

D1 D2

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