Innovation: The mobile battery form

Just two years ago, the German engineering company Weckenmann Anlagentechnik GmbH & Co. KG, one of the leading German equipment outfitters of precast plants, launched a revolutionary concept for manufacturing large-sized precast elements: the mobile battery form. The innovative feature of this concept is that it is expressly designed for on-site production.

Weckenmann, drawing on its many years of successful experience in the construction of battery forms, developed the concept of mobile forms for vertical production of flat, large-area precast elements, as implemented at on-site precasting...

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