Submitted by/Eingereicht von: Progress Holding

Innovation: Infinity Line

Inifinity Line enables gridless shuttering of precast concrete elements, without the need for filler elements. The objective of the developers was the creation of a system with as few as possible stopend types: Infinity Line is able to shutter all lengths from 1.5 m gridless and without gaps; with only 13 stopend types, even lengths beginning at 1 m can be realized.

According to Progress, considerable amounts of polystyrene can be saved with the Infinity Line. “In conventional productions, around four polystyrene shuttering supplements are used per pallet: at 40 pallets per shift, this adds up...

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