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Catalogue excerpts

Instructions for use SHORING TOWER SYSTEM STS100 Instructions for use SHORING TOWER SYSTEM STS100

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Foreword The aim of this manual is to provide clear instruction for using, assembling and handling of the shoring tower system ST 100. This users’ manual is meant to provide useful instruction and cannot replace national safety standards of each country in any case. The employer will therefore prepare a document evaluating the risks to complete the safety standards. The employer makes sure the instructions are known and understood by the users. It is necessary to comply with the instructions herein contained in particular as regards the loads, the configurations, assembly, disassembly and use...

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Description du produit System Description The shoring tower system ST100 is commonly used as temporary shoring with or without forkheads and Les tours d’étaiement ST100 sont des structures de support temporaires avec ou sans fourchette with primary and secondary wooden beams to strike slabs. supérieure et avec des poutres en bois primaires et secondaires pour le coulage du béton des dalles. The shoring tower system ST100 comes in two configurations (with or without braces) and has the Le système d’étaiement ST100 comporte deux configurations (avec diagonale et sans diagonale) et se following features:...

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Shoring Tower ST100 components Shoring Tower ST100 components Shoring Tower ST100 components The components of the shoring tower system are: The components of the shoring tower system are: The components of the shoring tower system are: 1 – Jack base 1 – Jack base 1 – Jack base Weight: Weight: Weight: 2,60 kg 2,60 kg 2,60 kg To adjust the height of the tower. To adjust the height of the tower. To adjust the height of the tower. 2 – Fork head 2 – Fork head 2 – Fork head Weight: Weight: Weight: 5,50 kg 5,50 kg 5,50 kg For positioning wooden beams (primary beams) For positioning wooden beams (primary...

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3 – Base 3 – Base 3 - Cadre 3 - Telaio 3 – Base frame frame de base di base e frame and top and top et de di and top frame frame sommet sommità frame Weight: Poids: Peso: Weight: Weight: 18,0 kg 18,0 18,0 kg 18,0 kg kg The base frame is assembled as both base and top frame. Il telaio di base viene montato come primo telaio e come ultimo telaio. The base frame is assembled as both base and top frame. Le cadre de base est monté comme premier cadre et comme dernier cadre. The base frame is assembled as both base and top frame.

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Frames are assembled at alternate sides from the base frame to the top frame.

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For both primary and secondary beams for various kinds of formwork The user must inspect the components before use. COMPONENTS THAT ARE DAMAGED, DEFORMED, WEAKENED DUE TO WEAR, CORROSION OE RUST MUST BE REPLACED BEFORE USE. Here a list of the most common defects: • Damaged or cracked tubes; •    Cracks in welding •    Deformed components; •    Deformed tubes •    Damaged connecting    devices.

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Instructions for assembly and use General notice INSPECT THE MATERIALS BEFORE USE AS SPECIFIED IN THE SECTION ABOVE. ANY COMPONENTS THAT ARE DAMAGED, DEFORMED, WEAKENED DUE TO WEAR, CORROSION OR DUST MUST BE REPLACED . G.B.M shall not be held responsible for any damage caused by combining ST100 shoring tower systems with those of other manufacturers. TRAINED PERSONNEL IS REQUIRED FOR THE ASSEMBLY. ASSEMBLY IS TO BE DONE WITH MOBILE SCAFFOLDING WHEN WORKING AT A HEIGHT OF 2,00M OR MORE USE SAFETY DEVICES TO AVOID FALLING WHEN WORKING AT A HEIGHT OF 2,00 M OR MORE . THE TOWER SHALL BE ANCHORED WHEN...

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Vertical assembling of the towers Provide safety devices when assembling the towers vertically at a height of 2,00 m or more. The main phases of the assembly are: 1. Positioning of the base jacks Position the base jacks according to a grid of 1,0 m x 1,0 and adjust the height so that the tower is perpendicular when assembled. 2. Insert the frames in the base jacks

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Fig. 3 – frames at alternate sides THE FIRST TWO FRAMES ARE TO BE ASSEMBLED KEEPING THE PINS OF THE DIAGONAL BRACES EXTERNALLY (3.a) TTHE FOLLOWING TWO FRAMES ARE TO BE ASSEMBLED KEEPING THE PINS OF THE DIAGONAL BRACES INTERNALLY (3.b) 11 12

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4. Assembly the diagonal braces at alternate sides THE FIRST TWO DIAGONAL BRACES CONNECTING THE BASE FRAME WITH THE FOLLOWING FRAMES ARE TO BE ASSEMBLED INSIDE THE TOWER DIAGONAL BRACES ARE TO BE ASSEMBLED AT ALTERNATE SIDES EXTERNALLY (4.a) AND INTERNALLY TO THE TOWER (4b)

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5. Position the wooden platform Fig. 5 –wooden platform for assembly at more than 2,00 m BEFORE USE MAKE SURE THE WOODEN PLATFORM IS FIXED ON THE FRAMES

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6. Position the base frame on top Fig. 6 – base frame on top 7. Position the adjustable forkheads

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8. Position the primary beams Place the primary beams in the forkheads: Fig. 8 – primary wooden beams 9. Position the secondary beams Place the secondary beams on the primary beams: Fig. 9 – positioning of secondary beams Lock the secondary beams on the primary beams to avoid overturning

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Horizontal assembling of the towers Assembly can be done horizontally. Completed the assembly phase the tower can be lifted and afterwards shifted in the working position. ASSEMBLING OF TOWERS WITHOUT DIAGONALS CAN BE DONE ONLY VERTICALLY. 1. Assembly of the towers on the ground level Assembly on the ground follows the same steps as vertical assembly: Fig. 11 – insertion of the base frame in the base jacks THE FIRST TWO FRAMES ARE TO BE ASSEMBLED VERTICALLY THE INTERNAL DIAGONAL BRACES ARE ON THE HORIZONTAL SIDES OF THE TOWER

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Fig. 13 – complete tower 2. Uplift and shift the tower BEFORE UPLIFTING MAKE SURE THE BASE JACKS ARE FIXED ON THE TOWER Removing the element of the towers 1. After strike: remove the elements lowering the base jacks

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Base frame Fork head List of the materials according to different heights of the tower: Cleaning and Maintenance Clean the components of the tower before use. Repairs or replacements of parts of the tower are exclusively to be made by G.B.M. In the case of unauthorized modifications or repairs , G.B.M shall not be held responsible for any damage that may occur. After exceptional climatic events it will be necessary to check connecting devices and joints to avoid 18 instability and possible related accidents. Loading capacity and displacement tables

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