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Shoring Engineering - 35 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Modular Shoring System Engineering Data

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used for construction. They are not engineered and are for illustration purposes only. Special Notes: Always use skilled erectors. Always consult Performance Safety Manual. If one is not available call 905-844-5300 or check www. tablashoring.com. Illustrations and specifications contained in this and other Tabla Construction Systems publications are based on the latest product information. Tabla Constructions Systems reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice. Illustrations are typical ideas and are not to be Tabla Construction Systems Inc. 1541 Hurontario Street Mississauga,...

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Engineering Data Modular Shoring System

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1 Tabla Safety Code of Safe Practices for erecting and dismantling vertical shoring Reprinted with permission from page 168 of the Scaffold Industry Association Code of Safe Practices. If this notice is not readily available, cut and post on jobsite It shall be the responsibility of all employers and users to read and comply with the following common sense guidelines, which are designed to promote safety in the erection, dismantling and use of vertical shoring. These guidelines are not all inclusive nor do they supplant or replace other additional safety and precautionary measures to cover usual...

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Tabla Safety Additional notes from Tabla shoring. Always seek advice before starting erecting and carefully study provided shoring layout drawings and the Tabla Shoring System manual including safety notices. Users, always consult professional advise when in any doubt whatsoever or however small. This information does not purport to address the many job site conditions that can arise. Always stop work and ask for advice when in doubt. Compare for compatibility, all provided shoring drawings with jobsite conditions and structural & architectural drawings and specifications. Report immediately any...

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3 Tabla Engineering Field strategies Note: Where telescopic beams span more than 5’, the telescopic beam must be supported at mid span with post shores and aluminum beam. See layout plan. Side Filler Beam Telescopic Beam Section A Section B Section C Side Filler Beam Ledger by Contractor Telescopic Beam Hanger Ledger by Contractor Telescopic Beam High Point High Point High Point High Point Typical Drain Field. Section D Guard Rail Panel c/w Toe Board Safety Toggle Pin Safety Chain End Panel Connector Guard Rail Panel c/w Toe Board Slab Grab Uplift Preventer Mounting Shoe Cantilever Post Cross...

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5 For illustration purposes only, not for construction

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7 For illustration purposes only, not for construction

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9 28th Nov 2008 ENG-BUL-1010 NTS F. Shibli B-1010 Drop Head Panel Support K-Clamp K-Clamp K-Clamp TABLA Standard Panel

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11 Shear Pin procedure Additional “Shear Pin Procedure Decals” for Props are available upon request. Before any load is placed on Panels above, contractor must confirm that Shear Pin is fully engaged and resting on the hardened washer/cast nut. [Prop must be Perpendicular to slab above on ramps] Correct Incorrect Leaving this gap will cause prop rotation under wet concrete loads Loaded Panel Corner from advancing concrete pour Base Plate must be firmly resting on slab or suitable sill Pouring on unstable Props may cause rotation of Prop from under load Unloaded Panel Corner Shear Pin Pour direction...

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12 Tabla Engineering Maximum 16” slab on standard 8’ x 4’ panel. 19th Nov 2008 ENG-BUL-1008 NTS F. Shibli B-1008 Extra Height Slabs Using Frame Support Tabla Pioneer Tabla Prop “Locking” Gate Brace (Typical)

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13 12th Nov 2008 ENG-BUL-1009 1 NTS F. Shibli B-1009 S-Beam S-Beam

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Tabla Engineering 14 1541 Hurontario Street Mississauga, Ontario Canada L5G 3H7 Web: tablashoring.com M i s s i s s a u g a , C a n a d a • P h o n e : 9 0 5 - 8 4 4 - 5 3 0 0 • F a x : 9 0 5 - 8 4 4 - 5 3 0 3 Information Setup Sheet Flags Heights shown below are clear height of Tabla Props Standard Tabla Props Floor height less than 3353mm (11’-0”)…….. Maximum slab thickness 400mm (16”) Floor height 3353-3658mm (11’-0”-12’-0”)….Maximum slab thickness 350mm (14”) Floor height above 3658-4953mm (12’-0”-16’-3”) Using 1475mm (4’-6”) Tabla Prop Extension with 244 kg/M^2 (50 lbs/ft^2) Live Load…..See...

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15 1541 Hurontario Street Mississauga, Ontario Canada L5G 3H7 Web: tablashoring.com M i s s i s s a u g a , C a n a d a • P h o n e : 9 0 5 - 8 4 4 - 5 3 0 0 • F a x : 9 0 5 - 8 4 4 - 5 3 0 3 A typical shoreframe layout is shown above. Note that the towers can be interlaced in one direction using standard cross bracing but in the opposite direction the rows of panels must be an odd number to work properly. This can be achieved using a series of 600 wide and 1200 wide panels. Supporting a building perimeter when that perimeter is circular in shape is another common occurrence when architectural...

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Tabla Engineering 16 Page 1 of 1 Prop Height 2.4 Metre X 1.2 Metre Panel 1.8 Metre X 1.2 Metre Panel 1.2 Metre X 1.2 Metre Panel 3.36 Metre 400 mm 500 mm 850 mm 3.66 Metre 350 mm 575 mm 810 mm Standard Props Max Slab Thickness On Panels Supported At Corners Only Standard Props Max Slab Thickness On Panels Supported At Corners and Centre Of Side Rail Prop Height 2.4 Metre X 1.2 Metre Panel 1.8 Metre X 1.2 Metre Panel 1.2 Metre X 1.2 Metre Panel 3.36 Metre 850 mm 850 mm n/a 3.66 Metre 810 mm 850 mm n/a Standard Props With Extensions Max Slab Thickness On Panels Supported At Corners Only Prop Height...

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8x4 Transition Panel 1200x1200 Transition Panel 9th Dec 2008 ENG-BUL-1014 NTS F. Shibli B-1014 17 Transition Panels

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Stripping of Tabla Panels Report 22 Tabla Engineering Ramon J. Cook, P. E. 913 Dimrock Drive Schertz, Texas 78154 Phone: 210-659-0022 E-mail: ramoncookpe@sbcglobal.net Page 1 of 1 2006 P.E. Licenses: Delaware = 6119; District of Colombia = 7543; Maryland = 12521; Virginia = 13351; Georgia = 17268; Texas = 22830; New Jersey = 28480 Stripping of TABLA Panels from under Green Concrete Reinforced Concrete or Post Tensioned Concrete / Pre-Tension When it is desirable or required to strip (remove) TABLA Panels from under recently poured concrete, it is acceptable to do so under the following conditions....

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