WIDE FLANGE BEAMS.
The term wide flange beams is used to describe different carrier profiles such as HEB (IPB), HEA (IBI), HEM (IPBv) and others. Many construction sites would not be possible without the use of these beams. These beams can be used as supporting elements in the girder screed wall shoring, as strapping, stiffening, in the construction of temporary bridges or as a foundation element.
In particular, the use of wide flange beams as an element in the girder screed wall shoring, in this example also colloquially called "Berlin shoring", makes it possible to react flexibly to unexpected challenges on the construction site. The carrier profiles are subject to DIN EN 10365 and offer optimum piling properties with maximum flexibility.
- Flexible mounting element (carrier screed wall)
- Low noise emissions when installed in pre-drilled boreholes
- Shortening possible on the construction site
- Can be flexibly adapted to the requirements of the construction site.
- Recoverable and thereby reduced CO2 emissions