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Italia light props Italia light props
Painted Acrow props.
Pocket-friendly and versatile steel props. Hot dip coated (red).
DIN EN 1065 heavy duty props DIN EN 1065 heavy duty props
Heavy duty props. With up to 30kN guaranteed capacity.
Available with 173 to 550 cm extension.
Push-pull props Push-pull props
Push-pull props.
Available with 1.8 to 5.4 m extension.
Scaffoldings Scaffoldings
Fixed scaffolding with prefabricated frameworks with predefined height and depth.
The easiest scaffolding to use. Quick to assemble, easy to disassemble.
Beams H20 Beams H20
Made of fir wood, solid treated
with water repellent paint.
Formwork 3ply wooden panels Formwork 3ply wooden panels
Resistant and coated with melamine resin.
Suitable for every construction site.
Galvanized platform Galvanized platform
Base jack - painted Base jack - painted
Galvanised sheet container Galvanised sheet container
Screw parapet Screw parapet


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B, D, E Class props: what is the difference among them?

B, D, E Class props: what is the difference among them?

They all comply with the UNI EN 1065 European standard, they are able to guarantee high capacities. So what are the factors that help you choosing which prop to use?
Formwork 3ply panels: a guide to understand differences between them

Formwork 3ply panels: a guide to understand differences between them

The 27 mm yellow panels are available on the market in two versions: with perimeter structure and with lamellar structure. This is a practical guide to understand the features of each version, to be able to choose the ones that best suit your needs.
Props required to sustain a slab: guidelines on how to establish distances, classes and quantities.

Props required to sustain a slab: guidelines on how to establish distances, classes and quantities.

At what distance should the props for sustaining a slab be positioned? Which is the appropriate class? How many props do I need for an appropriate work? These are not trivia questions. Here is a guideline to help you get the right answers.

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