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CONCRETE Magazine: Simplified Joints with Stremaform®

Stremaform concrete pours onsite, ©
Stremaform concrete pours onsite, ©

A self-supporting concrete-to-concrete jointing system can enable a sequence of concrete pours, while attaining an established bond throughout the concrete joint - eliminating complicated & time-consuming formwork methods.

Many construction methods have evolved over the years, enabling contractors to complete on-site procedures with speed, accuracy and ease of installation. However, when it comes to the construction joints on-site, traditional timber formwork remains a common method, which is time-consuming for contractors who are striving to meet tight deadlines.

Designed with simplicity in mind, Stremaform® stay-in-place concrete jointing formwork not only reduces manual handling where on-site operatives are concerned, but also helps contractors to achieve time & cost savings during installation when compared with working with timber formwork.

Read the magazine article here.

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