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How to: Simple manufacture of expansion joints with complex component cross sections

Whether for force transmission, sealing or special component geometries – there is a great deal of variation in the execution of expansion joints. For that reason, the manufacture of this formwork on the building site is often complex, unreliable and time-consuming.
Stremaform® formwork elements for expansion joints are prefabricated according to the project requirements and delivered as a precise fit.

How to:

  • Stremaform® formwork elements for expansion joints are planned and manufactured in Germany in accordance with the formwork and reinforcement diagrams.
  • All details such as expansion joint insert and rubber water bar cage are already integrated in the factory.
  • On the building site the expansion joint elements only need to be positioned and fixed between the existing reinforcement of the concreting sections.
  • The expansion joint rubber water bar is inserted into the rubber water bar cage.
  • Shear force dowels are inserted into the factory-made recesses if necessary.
  • The first and second concreting sections can be concreted simultaneously or successively.

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