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Usually it’s the small tools that are most often used at the jobsite. For formwork setting and stripping, different tools are used, too. PERI accessories are a convenient solution.

Practice-oriented tools for formwork setting and stripping

Reaching your goals cost-efficiently with minimum manual effort

Usually it’s the small tools that are most often used at the jobsite – for example a hammer or a wrench. For form work setting and stripping, different tools are used, too. Although many jobs can be done with a hammer and a nail puller, special tools of formwork manufacturers offer clear advantages. Above all, they avoid that formwork elements and finished concrete components get damaged – and this saves costs. PERI accessories are a convenient solution.
 
Apart from the wide range of formwork and scaffolding systems, PERI also offers supplementary accessories to simplify and speed up the work at the jobsite. Examples for this are the stripping bar, the tie rod spanner and the tie rod wrench, as supplementary accessories for panel formwork.  

Wall formwork elements can be precisely aligned at the bar corner during formwork setting. During stripping, the formwork can be removed from the concrete more easily without damage to concrete and formwork.

PERI stripping bar


With the stripping bar, wall formwork can be easily removed from the concreted wall with a roller.

The advantage: Neither concrete nor formwork get damaged. When using nail pullers or sledge hammers – which is quite common – there is usually the risk of damage to the concrete wall, and that also the formwork or formlining is negatively affected over time. The stripping bar only has to be laterally inserted in the transportation hole in the frame. When the worker moves the bar, the formwork is detached from the concreted wall. And thanks to the leverage, only little force is required. The plastic roller, which is pressed against the wall during this process, prevents damage.

The PERI tie rod wrench prevents the DW 15 tie from co-rotating during formwork setting and stripping.

PERI tie rod spanner


The PERI tie rod wrench prevents the DW 15 tie from co-rotating during formwork setting and stripping.

By using the tie rod wrench, less staff is needed for the closing of the formwork. Usually, two people are needed for the tensioning of the formwork: one person who lifts the rod on the opposite side and a second person who tightens the nuts. With the tie rod wrench, this step can be carried out by one person.

The PERI tie rod spanner simplifies the tightening and loosening of wingnuts and wingnut pivot plates.

PERI tie rod spanner

Also the tie rod spanner makes the work at the jobsite considerably easier. It is used for the simple tightening and loosening of wingnuts and wingnut pivot plates, completely without a hammer, and extremely time-saving, especially for the upper tie positions. And there is also no need for a climbing aid for the upper tie positions, so the risk of accidents due to tripping is reduced.

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