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The Formwork Experts.

Climbing formwork MF240


User Information
Instructions for assembly and use (Method statement)
© by Doka GmbH, A-3300 Amstetten

© by Doka GmbH, A-3300 Amstetten


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Contents
4 Introduction 46 Assembly instructions
4 Elementary safety warnings 46 Assembling the working platform
7 Eurocodes at Doka 50 Mounting the pouring platform
8 Doka Services 52 Mounting the travelling unit
54 Mounting the formwork
10 System description 56 Mounting the suspended platform
10 Doka climbing formwork MF240 59 Sideguards on exposed platform-ends
11 System overview
12 Areas of use 60 Dismantling
16 System dimensions
17 Possible formwork systems 62 General remarks
19 Schematic workflow of climbing phases 62 Ladder system
67 Fall-arrest systems on the structure
20 Structural design 68 Transporting, stacking and storing
20 Loading data 72 Doka shaft platform
21 Structural design
73 Component overview
22 Anchoring on the structure
22 Positioning point and suspension point
24 Preparing the positioning point
27 Pouring
28 Preparing the suspension point
29 Other possible anchorages
31 Retrofitting a safe suspension point

32 Operating the formwork


32 Closing the formwork
33 Opening the formwork
34 Plumbing & aligning the formwork

36 Repositioning
36 Instructions for safe resetting of the entire unit
38 Repositioning the entire unit

39 Operating the climbing formwork


39 Starting up
40 1st casting section
41 2nd casting section
44 3rd casting section

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Elementary safety warnings


Introduction

User target groups Remarks on this booklet


▪ This booklet is aimed at all persons who will be work- ▪ This booklet can also be used as a generic method
ing with the Doka product or system that it describes. statement or incorporated with a site-specific
It contains information on the standard design for method statement.
setting up this system, and on correct, compliant uti- ▪ Many of the illustrations in this booklet show the
lisation of the system. situation during formwork assembly and are
▪ All persons working with the product described therefore not always complete from the safety
herein must be familiar with the contents of this point of view.
booklet and with all the safety instructions it contains. Any safety accessories not shown in these illustra-
▪ Persons who are incapable of reading and under- tions must still be used by the customer, in accord-
standing this booklet, or who can do so only with dif- ance with the applicable rules and regulations.
ficulty, must be instructed and trained by the cus- ▪ Further safety instructions, especially warnings,
tomer. will be found in the individual sections of this
▪ The customer is to ensure that the information mate- booklet!
rials provided by Doka (e.g. User Information book-
lets, Instructions for Assembly and Use, Operating
Instruction manuals, plans etc.) are available to all Planning
users, and that they have been made aware of them
and have easy access to them at the usage location. ▪ Provide safe workplaces for those using the form-
▪ In the relevant technical documentation and form- work (e.g. for when it is being erected/dismantled,
work utilisation plans, Doka shows the workplace modified or repositioned etc). It must be possible to
safety precautions that are necessary in order to use get to and from these workplaces via safe access
the Doka products safely in the usage situations routes!
shown. ▪ If you are considering any deviation from the
In all cases, users are obliged to ensure compliance details and instructions given in this booklet, or
with national laws, Standards and rules throughout any application which goes beyond those
the entire project and to take appropriate additional described in the booklet, then revised static cal-
or alternative workplace safety precautions where culations must be produced for checking, as well
necessary. as supplementary assembly instructions.

Hazard assessment Regulations; industrial safety


▪ The customer is responsible for drawing up, docu- ▪ All laws, Standards, industrial safety regulations and
menting, implementing and continually updating a other safety rules applying to the utilisation of our
hazard assessment at every job-site. products in the country and/or region in which you
This booklet serves as the basis for the site-specific are operating must be observed at all times.
hazard assessment, and for the instructions given to
users on how to prepare and utilise the system. It ▪ If a person or object falls against, or into, the side-
does not substitute for these, however. guard component and/or any of its accessories, the
component affected may only continue in use after it
has been inspected and passed by an expert.

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Rules applying during all phases of Assembly


the assignment
▪ The equipment/system must be inspected by the
customer before use, to ensure that it is in suitable
▪ The customer must ensure that this product is condition. Steps must be taken to rule out the use of
erected and dismantled, reset and generally used for any components that are damaged, deformed, or
its intended purpose in accordance with the applica- weakened due to wear, corrosion or rot.
ble laws, Standards and rules, under the direction
and supervision of suitably skilled persons. These
▪ Combining our formwork systems with those of other
manufacturers could be dangerous, risking damage
persons' mental and physical capacity must not in
to both health and property. If you intend to combine
any way be impaired by alcohol, medicines or drugs.
different systems, please contact Doka for advice
▪ Doka products are technical working appliances first.
which are intended for industrial/commercial use
only, always in accordance with the respective Doka ▪ The equipment/system must be assembled and
User Information booklets or other technical docu- erected in accordance with the applicable laws,
mentation authored by Doka. Standards and rules by suitably skilled personnel of
the customer's, having regard to any and all required
▪ The stability of all components and units must be safety inspections.
ensured during all phases of the construction work!
▪ It is not permitted to modify Doka products; any such
▪ The functional/technical instructions, safety warn- modifications constitute a safety risk.
ings and loading data must all be strictly observed
and complied with. Failure to do so can cause acci-
dents and severe (even life-threatening) damage to Closing the formwork
health, as well as very great material damage.
▪ Fire-sources are not permitted anywhere near the
formwork. Heating appliances are only allowed if ▪ Doka products and systems must be set up so that
properly and expertly used, and set up a safe dis- all loads acting upon them are safely transferred!
tance away from the formwork.
▪ The work must take account of the weather condi- Pouring
tions (e.g. risk of slippage). In extreme weather,
steps must be taken in good time to safeguard the
equipment, and the immediate vicinity of the equip- ▪ Do not exceed the permitted fresh-concrete pres-
ment, and to protect employees. sures. Over-high pouring rates overload the form-
▪ All connections must be checked regularly to ensure work, cause greater deflection and risk breakage.
that they still fit properly and are functioning cor-
rectly.
It is very important to check all screw-type connec-
Stripping out the formwork
tions and wedge-clamped joins whenever the con-
struction operations require (particularly after excep- ▪ Do not strip out the formwork until the concrete has
tional events such as storms), and to tighten them if reached sufficient strength and the person in charge
necessary. has given the order for the formwork to be stripped
▪ It is strictly forbidden to weld Doka products – in par- out!
ticular anchoring/tying components, suspension ▪ When stripping out the formwork, never use the
components, connector components and castings crane to break concrete cohesion. Use suitable tools
etc. – or otherwise subject them to heating. such as timber wedges, special pry-bars or system
Welding causes serious change in the microstruc- features such as Framax stripping corners.
ture of the materials from which these components ▪ When stripping out the formwork, do not endanger
are made. This leads to a dramatic drop in the failure the stability of any part of the structure, or of any
load, representing a very great risk to safety. scaffolding, platforms or formwork that is still in
The only articles which are allowed to be welded are place!
those for which the Doka literature expressly points
out that welding is permitted.

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Transporting, stacking and storing Symbols used


▪ Observe all regulations applying to the handling of The following symbols are used in this booklet:
formwork and scaffolding. In addition, the Doka


slinging means must be used - this is a mandatory
requirement.
Remove any loose parts or fix them in place so that
☞ Important note
Failure to observe this may lead to malfunc-
tion or damage.
they cannot be dislodged or fall free!
▪ All components must be stored safely, following all
the special Doka instructions given in the relevant CAUTION / WARNING / DANGER
sections of this booklet! Failure to observe this may lead to material
damage, and to injury to health which may
Maintenance range up to the severe or even life-threaten-
ing.

▪ Only original Doka components may be used as


spare parts. Repairs may only be carried out by the Instruction
manufacturer or authorised facilities.
This symbol indicates that actions need to be
taken by the user.
Miscellaneous
We reserve the right to make alterations in the interests Sight-check
of technical progress. Indicates that you need to do a sight-check
to make sure that necessary actions have
been carried out.

Tip
Points out useful practical tips.

Reference
Refers to other documents and materials.

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Eurocodes at Doka
In Europe, a uniform series of Standards known as The widely used "Permissible stress design" (compar-
Eurocodes (EC) was developed for the construction ing the actual stresses with the permissible stresses)
field by the end of 2007. These are intended to provide has been superseded by a new safety concept in the
a uniform basis, valid throughout Europe, for product EC.
specifications, tenders and mathematical verification. The EC contrast the actions (loads) with the resistance
The EC are the world's most highly developed Stand- (capacity). The previous safety factor in the permissible
ards in the construction field. stresses is now divided into several partial factors. The
In the Doka Group, the EC are to be used as standard safety level remains the same!
from the end of 2008. They will thus supersede the DIN
norms as the "Doka standard" for product design.

Ed Rd

Ed Design value of effect of actions Rd Design value of the resistance


(E ... effect; d ... design) (R ... resistance; d ... design)
Internal forces from action Fd Design capacity of cross-section
(VEd, NEd, MEd) (VRd, NRd, MRd)
Fd Design value of an action Rk Rk
Steel: Rd = Timber: Rd = kmod ·
Fd = F · Fk M M
(F ... force)
Fk Characteristic value of an action Rk Characteristic value of the resistance
"actual load", service load e.g. moment resistance to yield stress
(k ... characteristic)
e.g. dead weight, live load, concrete pressure,
wind
F Partial factor for actions M Partial factor for a material property
(in terms of load; F ... force) (in terms of material; M...material)
e.g. for dead weight, live load, concrete pres- e.g. for steel or timber
sure, wind Values from EN 12812
Values from EN 12812
kmod Modification factor (only for timber – to take
account of the moisture and the duration of load
action)
e.g. for Doka beam H20
Values as given in EN 1995-1-1 and EN 13377

Comparison of the safety concepts (example)


Permissible stress design EC/DIN concept The "permissible values" communicated in
Doka documents (e.g.: Qpermissible = 70 kN)
Fyield Rk
115.5 [kN] 115.5 [kN] do not correspond to the design values
Rd gM = 1.1 (e.g.: VRd = 105 kN)!
90<105 [kN]
n ~ 1.65 A
➤ Avoid any confusion between the two!
Ed
90 [kN] ➤ Our documents will continue to state the per-
missible values.
Fpermissible gF = 1.5 Allowance has been made for the following par-
60<70 [kN]
Factual A tial factors:
60 [kN] F = 1.5
M, timber = 1.3
M, steel = 1.1
kmod = 0.9
In this way, all the design values needed in an
EC design calculation can be ascertained from
98013-100

98013-102

the permissible values.

Factual Fpermissible Ed Rd


A Utilisation factor

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Doka Services
Support in every stage of the project
Doka offers a broad spectrum of services, all with a sin-
gle aim: to help you succeed on the site.
Every project is unique. Nevertheless, there is one
thing that all construction projects have in common –
and that is a basic structure with five stages. We at
Doka know our clients' varying requirements. With our
consulting, planning and other services, we help you
achieve effective implementation of your formwork
assignment using our formwork products – in every one
of these stages.

1 2 3
Project Development Stage Bidding Stage Operations Scheduling Stage

Taking well-founded decisions Optimising the preliminary work Controlled, regular forming oper-
thanks to professional advice and with Doka as an experienced part- ations, for greater efficiency
consulting ner resulting from realistically calculated
formwork concepts

Find precisely the right formwork Draw up potentially winning bids, by Plan cost-effectively right from the
solutions, with the aid of ▪ basing them on realistically calcu- outset, thanks to
▪ help with the bid invitation lated guideline prices ▪ detailed offers
▪ in-depth analysis of the initial sit- ▪ making the right formwork ▪ determination of the commission-
uation choices ing quantities
▪ objective evaluation of the plan- ▪ having an optimum time-calcula- ▪ co-ordination of lead-times and
ning, execution, and time-risks tion basis handover deadlines

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The advantages for you


thanks to professional advice and
consulting
4 5 ▪ Cost savings and time gains
When we advise and support you
right from the word "go", we can
Concrete Construction Stage Project Close-out Stage make sure that the right formwork
systems are chosen and then
used as planned. This lets you
achieve optimum utilisation of the
formwork equipment, and effec-
tive forming operations because
your workflows will be correct.

▪ Maximised workplace safety


The advice and support we can
give you in how to use the equip-
ment correctly, and as planned,
leads to greater safety on the job.

▪ Transparency
Because our services and costs
Optimum resource utilisation Seeing things through to a posi- are completely transparent, there
with assistance from the Doka tive conclusion is no need for improvisation dur-
Formwork Experts with professional support ing the project – and no unpleas-
ant surprises at the end of it.

▪ Reduced close-out costs


Workflow optimisation, thanks to Doka Services are a byword for Our professional advice on the
▪ thorough utilisation planning transparency and efficiency here, selection, quality and correct use
▪ internationally experienced pro- offering of the equipment helps you avoid
ject technicians ▪ jointly handled return of rented damage, and minimise wear-and-
▪ appropriate transport logistics formwork tear.
▪ on-site support ▪ professional dismantling
▪ efficient cleaning and recondition-
ing using special equipment

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System description

System description
Doka climbing formwork MF240
The crane-jumped formwork for structures of any Modular system
shape and inclination.
Climbing formwork MF240 permits controlled, regular
working cycles on all tall structures. It is extremely easy ▪ optimum adaptability to any project, with only a small
to set up, and can be tailored to meet a wide range of number of different components
different requirements.
Easy to operate
▪ formwork can be set up and struck quickly with no
need for a crane
▪ less crane time needed, as the formwork repositions
quickly as a complete unit
▪ formwork can be adjusted in all directions both pre-
cisely and quickly

Handy, practical design


▪ high load-bearing capacity (50 kN per climbing
bracket)
▪ formwork heights of up to 6.0 m
▪ formwork and platform angle-adjustable up to ±15°
▪ concrete loads transferred by way of form-ties
▪ suitable for timber-beam and framed formwork
▪ formwork can be rolled back by up to 75 cm
▪ cost-saving anchoring (small number of anchoring
components)
▪ concrete projections with a cantilever of up to 25 cm
can be overclimbed
▪ complete safety in all phases of the work
▪ climbing brackets can also be used for heavy-duty
scaffold platforms

Safe workspaces and workplace


access routes
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▪ wide work-platforms (2.40 m)
▪ Ladder system XS can be integrated

Areas of use
Where formwork needs to be lifted and reset in several
casting steps, e.g. on:
▪ high-rise residential and industrial structures
▪ bridge piers
▪ silos
▪ telecommunications and TV towers

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System overview
Pouring platform

A There are 2 options to choose from:


▪ Screw-on access bracket MF75 (A)
- The Screw-on access bracket MF75 is mounted
directly to the Vertical waling MF.
B
- On sloping walls, the inclination of the platform
can be adjusted with the Swivel plate MF.
▪ Universal bracket 90 or Framax bracket 90
D - Choose the relevant type of bracket, depending
on the formwork system being used (timber-
beam or framed formwork).

Travelling unit
C

▪ Vertical waling MF 3.00m or 4.50m (B)


- For holding the formwork elements.
E
▪ Travelling gear MF (C)
- The formwork elements can be retracted approx.
75 cm from the concrete. This leaves sufficient
space for cleaning the formwork and carrying out
reinforcement operations.
▪ Plumbing spindle MF 3.00m or 4.50m (D)
F - A threaded spindle for obtaining exact plumbing
G
and aligning of the formwork element.

Working platform
(Climbing bracket MF240)
▪ The Horizontal profile MF with handrail post (E) is
used for constructing the main working platform, and
carries the formwork element or panel.
H
▪ Vertical profile (F)
- Vertical profile MF80 for use on straight walls
- Vertical profile MF160 for use on inclined walls
▪ Pressure struts MF or Pressure spindle MF240
J
(G)
- For bracing the horizontal profile.
I - Pressure strut MF short + Pressure strut MF long
for use on straight walls
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- Pressure spindle MF240 for use on inclined walls

A Screw-on access bracket MF75 or


the platform system for the formwork being used
Suspended platform
B Vertical waling MF 3.00m or
Vertical waling MF 4.50m Consisting of:
C Travelling gear MF ▪ Suspension profile MF (H)
D Plumbing spindle MF 3.00m or ▪ Distance profile MF (I)
Plumbing spindle MF 4.50m
▪ Screw-on access bracket MF75 (J)
E Horizontal profile MF with handrail post
F Vertical profile MF80 or
Vertical profile MF160
G Pressure strut MF short + Pressure strut MF long or
Pressure spindle MF240
H Suspension profile MF
I Distance profile MF
J Screw-on access bracket MF75

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Areas of use
Straight walls High, straight casting sections

L L

I A

D
B H
E

Q I A

D
M B

E
Q
P

N P

N
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A Horizontal profile MF with handrail post


B Vertical profile MF80
C Vertical profile MF160 P
D Pressure strut MF short
E Pressure strut MF long
F Pressure spindle MF240 N
G Vertical waling MF 3.00m
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I Travelling gear MF
The model (length) of Vertical waling MF and Plumbing
J Plumbing spindle MF 3.00m
spindle MF that is selected will depend on the height of
K Plumbing spindle MF 4.50m the casting section.
L Platform system for the formwork being used
M Suspension profile MF Height of casting section
N Distance profile MF 2.70 - 4.00 m 4.00 - 5.50 m
O Swivel plate MF Vertical waling MF 3.00m with Vertical waling MF 4.50m with
P Screw-on access bracket MF75 Plumbing spindle MF 3.00m Plumbing spindle MF 4.50m
Q Wind bracing MF/150F/K 6.00m

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Walls with constant inclination Varying wall inclination

O O
G
G

J J
I A I A

F F

C C
Q Q

P P

O N
O N
M M

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Transition from inclined to straight Transition from inclined wall to wall


wall inclined in opposite direction

P
P

G
G

J
J
I A
I A

F
F
C
C
Q
Q

P
P

O N
O N
M
M

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9710-316-01

A Horizontal profile MF with handrail post


B Vertical profile MF80
C Vertical profile MF160
D Pressure strut MF short
E Pressure strut MF long
F Pressure spindle MF240
G Vertical waling MF 3.00m
H Vertical waling MF 4.50m
I Travelling gear MF
J Plumbing spindle MF 3.00m
K Plumbing spindle MF 4.50m
L Platform system for the formwork being used
M Suspension profile MF
N Distance profile MF
O Swivel plate MF
P Screw-on access bracket MF75
Q Wind bracing MF/150F/K 6.00m

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Overclimbing concrete projections Climbing bracket MF240 used for


with a cantilever of up to 25 cm heavy-duty scaffold platform

L A

D
B

J
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I A

For details on the platform decking, see the section headed "Assem-
bling the working platform".
D
B
E

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b ... max. 25 cm

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System dimensions
Straight walls Inclined wall

e
e
d

b
b

a
m
a

g
f
g

c
c

h
h

k
i
k

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a ... Height of casting section: max. 6000 mm
a ... Height of casting section: max. 6000 mm b ... min. 600 mm
b ... min. 250 mm c ... 1660 mm
c ... 1660 mm d ... 1050 mm
d ... 880 mm e ... 1100 mm
e ... 1370 mm f ... 2400 mm
f ... 2400 mm g ... 1275 mm
g ... 1275 mm h ... either 2630, 3890, 4390 or 4890 mm (where  = 10°)
h ... either 2740, 4000, 4500 or 5000 mm i ... 1150 mm
i ... 1120 mm k ... 1100 mm
k ... 1100 mm  ... max. 15°
m ... max. 750 mm

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Possible formwork systems


Timber-beam formwork Framed formwork
e.g. Large-area formwork Top 50 e.g. framed formwork Framax Xlife

9710-303-01

9710-332-01
For more information, see the 'Framed form-
work Framax Xlife' User Information booklet.
For more information, see the 'Timber-beam
formwork Top 50' User Information booklet.

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Schematic workflow of climbing phases


Start-up phases

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The 1st casting section is poured The 2nd casting section (and all further sec- The suspended platforms are mounted, and
without a climbing scaffold. tions) are poured using the climbing scaffold. then the 3rd section is poured.

Typical phases

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The climbing scaffold is raised The next casting section is poured.


to the next casting section.

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Structural design

Structural design
Loading data
Anchoring on the structure Service loads

Imposed loads

V A

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B
V ... permitted vertical load: 50 kN
H ... permitted horizontal load: 75 kN

Dimensioning the suspension point

The required cube compressive strength of the con-


crete at the time of loading must be specified sepa-
rately for each project by the structural designer. It
will depend on the following factors:
▪ load actually occurring
▪ length of the stop anchor
▪ reinforcement / extra reinforcement steel
▪ distance from edge
The introduction of the forces, the transfer of these
forces into the structure, and the stability of the overall C
construction, must all be verified by the structural
designer.
The required cube compressive strength fck,cube,current
must be at least 10 N/mm2, however.

Follow the directions in the Calculation Guide


entitled "Load-bearing capacity of anchorages
in concrete" or ask your Doka technician! 9710-339-01

A 150 kg/m2
B 300 kg/m2
C 75 kg/m2

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Structural design

☞ The structural design data given here apply


only to standard assignments on straight walls.
For assignments on e.g. inclined walls, sepa-
Influence width of climbing brackets

rate statical verification must be performed.


6.0
A
CAUTION 5.5
B
➤ If wind speeds > 72 km/h are likely, and 5.0
when work finishes for the day or before pro-

Formwork height [m]


longed work-breaks, always take extra pre- 4.5
cautions to fix the formwork in place.
Suitable precautions: 4.0
- set up the opposing formwork
3.5
- move the travelling unit forward (together with
the formwork) until it meets the top of the previ- 3.0
ously cast section, and knock the fixing-

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wedges into place 2.5

2.0
Wind pressure 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0
Influence width [m]
1) Determine the wind pressure as a function of the
wind speed, the building environment and the Example
structure height.
2) Determine Curve (A) or (B) from the following table. ▪ Basic data:
- Curve (B) (wind pressure = 1.43 kN/m2)
Wind pressure
Curve [kN/m2] Example: - formwork height: 4.50 m
we = cp, net x q(Ze) ▪ Influence width: 3.20 m
Where cp, net = 1.3:
(A) 1.69
Permissible wind speed = 164 km/h
Where cp, net = 1.3: where universal climbing cone is more than
(B) 1.43
Permissible wind speed = 151 km/h 250 mm below top of concrete
Note: ➤ When determining the influence width, add the differ-
Intermediate values may be linearly interpolated. ence (b – 250 mm) to the actual formwork height.

Follow the directions in the Calculation Guide


"Wind loads to the Eurocodes" when determin-
ing the wind pressure or ask your Doka techni-
b

cian! 9710-300-12

b ... min. 250 mm

Example

▪ Basic data:
- Curve (B) (wind pressure = 1.43 kN/m2)
- Formwork height: 4.50 m
- Distance 'b' from edge: 0.5 m
▪ Formwork height for determining the influence width:
4.50 m + (0.5 m - 0.25 m) = 4.75 m
Influence width: 3.00 m

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Anchoring on the structure

Anchoring on the structure


Positioning point and suspension point

☞ Important note:
The Protection screen Xclimb 60 is typically
Dimensioning the suspension point
anchored to the structure using the Tie rod
system 15.0. The required cube compressive strength of the con-
crete at the time of loading must be specified sepa-
rately for each project by the structural designer. It
Risk of confusion! will depend on the following factors:
➤ When the system is combined with Doka ▪ load actually occurring
automatic climbing systems, the Tie rod
system 20.0 must be used throughout the ▪ length of the stop anchor
entire project. ▪ reinforcement / extra reinforcement steel
This also applies to combinations with guided ▪ distance from edge
climbing systems (e.g. Guided climbing form- The introduction of the forces, the transfer of these
work Xclimb 60). forces into the structure, and the stability of the overall
construction, must all be verified by the structural
designer.
The required cube compressive strength fck,cube,current
must be at least 10 N/mm2, however.
E
C
Follow the directions in the Calculation Guide
D
entitled "Load-bearing capacity of anchorages
B in concrete" or ask your Doka technician!
9408-239-01 A

A Universal climbing cone


B Sealing sleeve K (expendable anchoring component)
C Stop-anchor (expendable anchoring component)
D Depth mark
E Cone screw B 7cm

▪ Universal climbing cone


- The positioning point and the suspension point
are both prepared using this one single type of
cone
▪ Stop-anchor
- Expendable anchoring component for anchoring
the Universal climbing cone (and thus the climb-
ing unit) in the concrete from one side.
▪ Cone screw B 7cm
- On the positioning point - for fastening the Uni-
versal climbing cone.
- On the suspension point – as a safe means of
suspending the climbing unit.

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Stop-anchor Opposite anchoring points

Note:
If the wall thickness is less than twice the installation
a depth of the Stop anchors, opposite anchoring points
must be located at an offset to one another.

9408-240-01
d b
c Plan view
a

Stop anchor 15.0


11.5cm 90 16cm 55
a 11.5 cm 16.0 cm
b 17.0 cm 21.5 cm
Where the concrete cover 'd' = 2 cm

c
19.0 cm 23.5 cm
c

b
Where the concrete cover 'd' = 3 cm
20.0 cm 24.5 cm
a ... tie rod length 9408-241-01
b ... installation depth
c ... minimum wall thickness a ... min. 100 mm, if c < 2 x b
d ... concrete cover b ... Installation depth
c ... Wall thickness
Note:
Risk of formwork falling off if two cones are
Stop anchors of different lengths should not be mixed fitted opposite one another and joined with
in the same project. a tie-rod.
Unscrewing the anchoring component on one
WARNING side may cause the anchoring point on the
opposite side to shear off.
The short Stop anchor 15.0 11.5cm 90 has a
➤ Every suspension point must have its own
much lower design capacity than the Stop
separate anchorage.
anchor 15.0 16cm 55.
➤ For this reason, the short stop anchor is only Exception: Suspension points prepared with a
allowed to be used on systems with low ten- "Stop-anchor double-ended 15.0"
sile loads at the anchoring location, such as
on climbing systems inside shafts.
➤ If the geometry means that it is only possible
to install the short stop anchor, then revised 9766-320-02
static calculation, with extra reinforcement
steel, is required in cases where larger ten-
sile loads may occur.
➤ The Stop-anchor 15.0 11.5cm 90 is only per-
mitted for wall thicknesses < 24 cm. For wall
thicknesses  24 cm, the Stop-anchor
15.0 16cm 55 (or larger) must be used.

WARNING
The Stop anchor 15.0 11.5cm 90 may acci-
dentally come unscrewed from the Universal
climbing cone while low-viscosity concrete is
being poured.
➤ Take additional precautions to prevent the
Stop anchor 15.0 11.5cm 90 from being
turned.

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Preparing the positioning point


Positioning point with Cone screw B
WARNING
➤ Always screw the Stop anchor into the Uni- 7cm
versal climbing cone until it fully engages (with hole drilled through form-ply)
(i.e. up to the depth mark).
Not screwing the anchor sufficiently far into
the cone may subsequently lead to reduced How to mount:
load-bearing capacity and to the failure of ➤ Fasten a packing plate (e.g. Dokaplex 15 mm) to the
the suspension point – resulting in injury and form-ply (position as per project plan).
damage. ➤ Drill a diam. 30 mm hole in the form-ply (position as
➤ For the positioning point and suspension shown in the project plan).
point, ONLY use Cone screws B 7 cm (head ➤ Push the sealing sleeve all the way onto the Univer-
of screw is red, to indicate its high load-bear- sal climbing cone.
ing capacity)!
➤ Push the Cone screw B 7cm through the form-facing,
WARNING screw it into the Universal climbing cone and tighten
Sensitive anchoring, suspension and connec- it firmly.
tor components! ➤ Screw the Stop anchor into the Universal climbing
➤ Never weld or heat these components. cone, until it engages (up to the depth mark).
➤ Any components that are damaged or have a
been weakened by corrosion or wear must
be withdrawn from use.

☞▪ The axis of the universal climbing cone must


be at right-angles to the surface of the con-
crete – maximum angle of deviation: 2°.
C D A G

▪ Tolerance for locating the positioning points


and suspension points: ±10 mm in the hori-
zontal and the vertical.
E
▪ Universal climbing cones are supplied with
Sealing sleeves K. Every time the position- 9710-377-01
ing cones are re-used, fit them with new
a ... 35 - 45 mm
sealing sleeves first.
A Universal climbing cone + Sealing sleeve K
C Stop-anchor
D Depth mark
E Cone screw B 7cm
G Packing plate

Tools needed:
▪ Reversible ratchet 3/4"
▪ Spanner for Universal climbing cone 15.0/20.0
▪ Extension 20cm 3/4"
▪ Box nut 50 3/4" (for Cone screw B 7cm)

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Form-ply protection Positioning point with Positioning


The Form-ply protector 32mm protects the form-ply clamp M30
from damage around the positioning point. This is a (with hole drilled through form-ply)
particular advantage for formwork with high numbers of
repeat uses.
Because the hole is drilled with a diameter of only 9-
Possible thicknesses of form-ply: 18 - 27 mm
10 mm, the positioning point can be relocated at
In order to fit the Form-ply protector, a 46 mm diam. smaller intervals than would be possible with the Cone
hole must be drilled in the form-ply first. screw B 7cm.

I J
C D A H
C D

E
A

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9710-378-01

A Universal climbing cone + Sealing sleeve K


A Universal climbing cone + Sealing sleeve K
C Stop-anchor
C Stop-anchor
D Depth mark
D Depth mark
E Cone screw B 7cm
I Socket connector M30 of the Positioning clamp M30
H Form-ply protector 32mm (width-across 70 mm)
J M8 wing bolt of the Positioning clamp M30

Where necessary, the Form-ply protector 32mm can be How to mount:


closed off with a Cover cap D35x3 (included with prod-
uct). ➤ Drill a diam. 9-10 mm hole in the form-ply (position
as shown in the project plan).
Nail the M8 wing bolt onto the form-facing to
make it easier to mount the cone.
Shortened double-headed nails make it easier
to dismount the wing bolt.

98037-282-02

98037-284-02

➤ Push the sealing sleeve all the way onto the Univer-
sal climbing cone.
➤ Screw a Socket connector M30 all the way into the
Universal climbing cone and tighten it.
➤ Screw the Stop anchor into the Universal climbing
cone, until it engages (up to the depth mark).
➤ Screw the pre-assembled unit onto the M8 wing bolt
(make sure that it seals against the formwork).
Tools needed:
▪ Reversible ratchet 3/4"
▪ Spanner for Universal climbing cone 15.0/20.0
▪ Extension 20cm 3/4"
▪ Box nut 50 3/4" (for Cone screw B 7cm)
▪ Reversible ratchet 1/2"
▪ Extension 1/2"

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Positioning point with Positioning


disk M30
(with no hole drilled through form-
ply)
For special applications only, when it is not possible to
drill through the form-ply (e.g. where there are Doka
beams or formwork panel frame profiles directly behind
the positioning point).

C D

9710-379-01

A Universal climbing cone + Sealing sleeve K


C Stop-anchor
D Depth mark
K Positioning disc M30

☞ Important!
It is not permitted to use the Positioning disk
M30 more than once in the same position, as it
cannot be fixed firmly and securely in the old
nail-holes.
How to mount:
➤ Fix the Positioning disk M30 to the form-ply using
28x60 nails (position as shown in drawing).
➤ Push the sealing sleeve all the way onto the Univer-
sal climbing cone.
➤ Screw the Stop anchor into the Universal climbing
cone, until it engages (up to the depth mark).
➤ Screw the Universal climbing cone onto the Position-
ing disk M30 and tighten it.
Tools needed:
▪ Reversible ratchet 3/4"
▪ Spanner for Universal climbing cone 15.0/20.0
▪ Extension 20cm 3/4"
▪ Box nut 50 3/4" (for Cone screw B 7cm)
▪ Reversible ratchet 1/2"
▪ Extension 1/2"

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Pouring
➤ Before pouring, check all positioning points and sus-
pension points once again.
▪ The axis of the universal climbing cone
must be at right-angles to the surface of the
concrete – maximum angle of deviation: 2°.
▪ The universal climbing cone must be
embedded so that it is flush with the con-
crete surface.
▪ Tolerance for locating the positioning points
and suspension points: ±10 mm in the hori-
zontal and the vertical.
▪ The sealing sleeve must be completely
pushed onto the Universal climbing cone.
▪ The depth mark on the stop anchor must be
right up against the Universal climbing cone
= must be screwed in to the full depth.
➤ When low-viscosity concretes are used, take addi-
tional precautions to prevent the Stop-anchor
15.0 11.5cm 90 from being turned.
Make marks on the top edge of the formwork so
that you can easily see where the anchoring
points are during pouring.

➤ Prevent the vibrator from touching the stop anchors.


➤ Do not place concrete directly above the stop
anchors.
These measures prevent the anchors working loose
during pouring and vibration.

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Preparing the suspension point


➤ Screw the Cone screw B 7cm into the Universal Inclined wall (Vertical profile MF160)
climbing cone until it engages, and tighten it firmly.
A tightening torque of 100 Nm (20 kg, assuming a
ratchet-length of approx. 50 cm) is sufficient. ➤ Lower the climbing bracket into the prepared sus-
pension point by crane.
Ensure that control-dimension b = 30 mm! ➤ Push the fastening bolt into the Vertical profile
MF160, at 90° to this profile, until it fully engages.
b ➤ Tilt the fastening bolt downward.
The climbing bracket is now secured against acci-
dental lift-out.
The fastening bolt must be pointing vertically
A C
downward!
9408-240-02

A Universal climbing cone


C Cone screw B 7cm

The only tool allowed to be used for screwing in and fix-


ing the Cone screw B 7cm in the Universal climbing
a
cone is the Reversible ratchet 3/4".
D
Reversible Reversible ratchet 3/4"
Ratchet MF 3/4" SW 50
ratchet 3/4" with extension
B

Tr687-200-01 Tr687-200-01 Tr687-200-01

9710-318-02

a ... play: approx. 1.5 cm


Straight wall (Vertical profile MF80)
B Vertical profile MF160 of the climbing bracket
C Fastening bolt
➤ Lower the climbing bracket into the prepared sus- D Cone screw B 7cm
pension point by crane.
➤ Push the fastening bolt into the climbing bracket, at
90° to the platform decking, until it fully engages.
➤ Tilt the fastening bolt down onto the platform deck-
ing.
The climbing bracket is now secured against acci-
dental lift-out.
The connection bolt must be in the horizontal!

D A

9710-300-02

a ... play: approx. 1.5 cm


A Horizontal profile MF of the climbing bracket
C Fastening bolt
D Cone screw B 7cm

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Other possible anchorages


Anchor points with no offset Thin walls
Anchor points with no offset are prepared using the Wall thicknesses of 15 to 16 cm are prepared using the
'Stop-anchor double-ended 15.0'. Wall anchor 15.0 15cm.

Risk of confusion! Risk of confusion!


➤ Do NOT on any account use Water stops G ➤ Do NOT on any account use Stop-anchors
15.0 for this application. 15.0 for this application.

581818000-3 581893000-3

Positioning point Positioning point


F J K A C
H A C

a
E G
Tr637-200-03
G
9766-320-05
Suspension point
Suspension point b
M
H A C L

E Tr637-200-04
Tr637-200-03
c b c
9766-320-04

a ... Length of plastic tube 12 - 22 mm


a b ... 15 - 16 cm
A Universal climbing cone 15.0 + Sealing sleeve K 15.0
a ... 28 - 71 cm C Cone screw B 7cm
b ... Order length = wall thickness 'a' - 2 x depth of concrete cover 'c'
F Tie-rod 15.0mm
c ... Depth of concrete cover 5.5 cm
G Packing plate (e.g. Dokaplex 15 mm)
A Universal climbing cone 15.0 + Sealing sleeve K 15.0
J Super-plate 15.0
C Cone screw B 7cm
K Universal cone 22mm + Plastic tube 22mm
E Reinforcement
L Hexagon timber screw 10x50 + dowel Ø12
G Packing plate (e.g. Dokaplex 15 mm)
M Wall anchor 15.0 15cm
H Stop-anchor double-ended 15.0

WARNING
In walls that are less than 40 cm thick, the
Stop anchor double-ended 15.0 has a much
lower load-bearing capacity than the Stop
anchor 15.0 16cm 55.
➤ Revised static calculation is required here.
➤ Where high tensile forces occur, locate extra
reinforcement steel as statically required.

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Suspension point for fair-faced


concrete
The Fair-faced concrete positioning cone MF 15.0 is
particularly suitable for fair-faced concrete projects
where the form-tie points and suspension points are
required to make a uniform hole-pattern.
If it is intended to use this type of suspension point, a
Doka technician must be contacted before the project
starts.

Positioning point
The Fair-faced concrete positioning cone is used as a
"rod connector" for tying the wall formwork.

H L B N O

E M
9710-340-01

B Sealing sleeve K 15.0


E Reinforcement steel
H Stop-anchor double-ended 15.0
L Fair-faced concrete positioning cone MF 15.0
M Sealing disc 53
N Tie-rod 15.0mm
O Super-plate 15.0

Suspension point

Preparing the suspension point


➤ Remove the Fair-faced concrete positioning cone
MF 15.0 and replace it with a Universal climbing
cone 15.0 and a Cone screw B 7cm.

E H A B C

c b c
a
9710-340-02

a ... 28 - 71 cm
b ... Order length = wall thickness 'a' - 2 x depth of concrete cover 'c'
c ... Depth of concrete cover 6.7 cm
A Universal climbing cone 15.0
B Sealing sleeve K 15.0
C Cone screw B 7cm
E Reinforcement steel
H Stop-anchor double-ended 15.0

Note:
The suspension point can be closed off with a Fair-
faced concrete plug 52mm (plastic).

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Retrofitting a safe suspension point


e.g. if the crew forgot to prepare a positioning point.
➤ Drill a hole of diam. 25 mm. A

➤ Drill a hole of diam. 55 mm and 130 mm depth. C

➤ Push the sealing sleeve all the way onto the Univer-
sal climbing cone.
➤ Insert the Cone screw B 7cm with the Universal
climbing cone and the prepared tie-rod part-way into 9408-242-01

the drilled hole. A Universal climbing cone + Sealing sleeve K


➤ Paste the ready-mix mortar (site-provided) into the C Stop-anchor
drilled hole with a spatula.

Dimensioning the suspension point


b
c

The required cube compressive strength of the con-


a

crete and ready-mix mortar at the time of loading must


be specified separately for each project by the struc-
E D A B C
tural designer. It will depend on the following factors:
▪ load actually occurring
9766-323-01
▪ wall thickness
a ... 25 mm ▪ reinforcement / extra reinforcement steel
b ... 130 mm
c ... 55mm
▪ distance from edge
A Universal climbing cone 15.0
The introduction of the forces, the transfer of these
forces into the structure, and the stability of the overall
B Sealing sleeve K 15.0
construction, must all be verified by the structural
C Cone screw B 7cm
designer.
D Tie-rod 15.0mm
E Ready-mix mortar The required cube compressive strength fck,cube,current
must be at least 10 N/mm2, however.
➤ Insert the unit so that the climbing cone is flush with
the concrete surface.
Scrape away the excess ready-mix mortar with the
spatula.

☞ Important note:
➤ Weld a seam onto the Super plate to join the
nut and the plate. Do this BEFORE screwing
the Super plate onto the tie rod.
➤ On the other side of the concrete wall, screw on the
Super plate (now welded together) and secure it with
a screw and dowel so that it cannot be unscrewed.

H G

I
9766-322-01

F Welded-together Super-plate 15.0


G Dowel, diam. 12
H Hexagon timber screw 10x50
I Weld-seam

WARNING
➤ Do NOT fit Stop anchors with the anchor
plate left exposed! This must always be
embedded in the concrete.

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Operating the formwork

Operating the formwork


Closing the formwork
This section only deals with how to operate the ➤ After adjusting the formwork elements, tighten the
formwork. For details of how to tie the formwork, pressure wedges (A) .
please see the User Information booklets
'Large-area formwork Top 50' or 'Framed form-
work Framax Xlife'.

➤ Detach the fixing-wedges (B) .

9710-310-02

This presses the formwork element up against the


B previously cast section.

9710-309-01
☞ It only takes a gentle blow of the hammer to fix
the pressure wedge! The concrete loads are
sustained by way of the form-ties and are not
transferred via the wedge.
➤ By operating the ratchets simultaneously, move the
travelling units forward (together with the formwork)
until they meet the top of the previously cast section. Possible incorrect usages

☞ Improper handling and use of the formwork


equipment can lead to hazardous situations.
These must be prevented under all circum-
C stances.

WARNING
It is not allowed to transfer any extra forces
into the formwork!
➤ Do not use hoists or other such devices for
positioning and re-adjusting the formwork.
➤ Do not use the formwork to force incorrectly
9710-310-03 placed reinforcement steel into position.
➤ Always press the formwork against the con-
C Ratchet MF 3/4" SW50 crete without applying force. Do not use any
additional devices (such as extra screwjack
➤ Knock the fixing-wedges (B) into place. mechanisms) on the Travelling gear.
➤ Never use 'brute force' on the adjusting spin-
dles (e.g. with tube-extensions).

9710-310-01

This fixes the travelling units to the horizontal pro-


files.
➤ Adjust the formwork and level the positioning points.
See the section headed "Plumbing & aligning".

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Opening the formwork


➤ Remove the fixings from positioning points where a ➤ Knock the fixing-wedges (B) into place.
hole had to be drilled through the form-ply.
➤ Undo and remove the form-ties of the formwork ele-
ment.
➤ Remove the connectors from the adjacent gang-
forms.
➤ Release the pressure wedge (A) .
B

9710-309-01

This fixes the travelling units to the horizontal pro-


A files.

☞ Important note:
The fixing-wedge may only be released while
9710-310-01 the formwork is being retracted forward or back!
Final position: fixing-wedges knocked back into
➤ Detach the fixing-wedges (B) . place (wind bracing).

9710-310-04

➤ By operating the ratchets simultaneously, roll back


the travelling units (together with the formwork).

9710-309-02

C Ratchet MF 3/4" SW50

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Plumbing & aligning the formwork


Adjusting the formwork Preparing the adjusting operation
➤ Release the pressure wedge (A) .
In order to permit exact adjustment of the formwork ele-
ments in relation to one another and to the structure,
they are adjustable in both the vertical and the horizon-
tal.
Tools needed:
▪ Hammer
▪ Reversible ratchet 1/2" A
▪ Box nut 24 1/2" L
▪ Combination wrench 24 (for the threaded join on the
adjusting spindle) 9710-310-01

➤ Detach the formwork from the concrete.


➤ Loosen the Waling-to-bracket holders (B) with a
blow of the hammer.
The adjusting spindles (C) permit a vertical adjust-
ment range of approx. 150 mm. Also, the adjusting
spindles can be relocated in the hole-grid of the Vertical
waling (D) .

E
9710-309-03

E Timber wedges in the multi-purpose walings (near the adjusting


spindles – for ensuring better load transfer)

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Vertical adjustment Ending the adjusting operation


➤ Turn both adjusting spindles. ➤ Tighten the waling-to-bracket holders with the ham-
mer.
While adjusting the height, watch the waling-
➤ After adjusting the formwork elements, tighten the
to-bracket holders to make sure that they do
pressure wedges (A) .
not jam and block the adjustment process.

9710-310-02

This presses the formwork element up against the


previously cast section.

☞ It only takes a gentle blow of the hammer to fix


the pressure wedge! The concrete loads are
sustained by way of the form-ties and are not
9710-300-07 transferred via the wedge.

Horizontal adjustment
➤ Push the formwork to either side.

9710-300-06

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Repositioning

Repositioning
Instructions for safe resetting of the entire unit

☞▪ Important note:
Before lifting: Remove any loose items
from the formwork and platforms, or secure A
them firmly.
▪ "Passenger transportation" is forbidden!
C B
▪ Observe all regulations applying to the oper-
ation of cranes where higher wind speeds
are experienced.
▪ Angle of inclination : max. 30°
▪ Brace the vertical waling sufficiently against
oblique pull.
Tightening torque of couplers: 50 Nm
▪ When using 'Lifting beams', ensure that
these have sufficient load-bearing capacity!
▪ If lifting past inclined walls, fasten an over-
hanging lifting device to the vertical waling.

Length of chain = at least the space between


the slinging points
This automatically leads to the required angle
of inclination.

WARNING
➤ Any lifting-brackets on the formwork ele- 9710-328-01 9710-305-02

ments, or Framax lifting hooks, must not


be used for lifting the unit as a whole.  ... max. 30°
A Suspension bolt
B Bracing against oblique pull (e.g. scaffolding tube)
9766-263-01

C Screw-on couplers
9715-268-01

Max. load:
4000 kg per suspension bolt

Required number of braces against oblique pull:


Total weight of unit Number of braces
➤ Attach the lifting chain to the suspension bolt to be lifted (e.g. scaffold tubes)
of the vertical waling. up to 2000 kg 1
up to 4000 kg 2

☞ Important note:
If the unit to be lifted has a total weight of over
4000 kg, the Lifting beam 110kN 6.00m must
be used.
9766-300-01

The suspension methods shown above are only


needed for assembling and dismantling the formwork
elements or panels.

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☞▪ Important note:
When one climbing unit is lifted and reposi-
Initial situation

tioned, this opens up exposed fall-hazard


locations on the remaining units. These
exposed locations must be made safe by
putting up an access prohibition barrier. A

This access prohibition barrier must be fixed


at least 2.0 m before the drop-off edge.
A

▪ The personnel in charge of the repositioning


operation are responsible for positioning the
access prohibition barriers correctly.
▪ During the lifting/repositioning cycle, no site 9710-374-02
personnel are allowed to be on the units to
be climbed, or on adjacent units for reposi- Hoist the unit for repositioning up to the next sec-
tioning. tion.
▪ During the repositioning operation, the per-
B
sons operating the climbing formwork must
use personal protective equipment to guard
against falls (e.g. Doka personal fall-arrest
set). A

9710-374-03
a

Horizontal repositioning of the barriers

A
A
a

A
9710-374-01

9710-374-04

a ... 1.00 - 1.20 m A Warning sign "No entry" 300x300mm


B Crane suspension tackle
A Warning sign "No entry" 300x300mm

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Repositioning the entire unit


➤ Bring the travelling unit (together with the formwork) ➤ Lift the entire unit by crane and hang it into place in
into the centre-of-gravity position. the suspension point.
➤ Knock the fixing-wedges (B) into place.

9710-309-01

Before every lifting operation, check to make


sure that all bolted connections have been
secured, and that the fixing-wedges of the
traveller units have been firmly driven in!

➤ Attach the lifting chain to the suspension bolt of the


vertical waling.
9766-300-01

9710-305-01

➤ Dismount the 'Wind bracing'.


➤ Remove the fastening bolts (= lift-out guard) from the ➤ Secure the climbing formwork to the suspension
suspension points. points with fastening bolts.
Do a sight-check to make sure that the fasten-
ing bolts are in the horizontal!

9710-375-01

➤ Mount the "wind bracing".

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Operating the climbing formwork

Operating the climbing formwork


Starting up
The modular design of the Climbing formwork MF sys-
tem means that many different combinations are possi-
ble.
Depending on the project, the actual design may thus
differ very greatly from the basic type described here.
➤ In these cases, you should discuss the assembly
procedure with your Doka technician.
➤ Follow the shop drawing / assembly plan.

☞ Important note:
▪ A hard, flat, firm surface is needed!
▪ Prepare a sufficiently large assembly area.
▪ Tightening torque of the couplers for the
bracing tubes: 50 Nm

☞ In order to explain the entire climbing workflow


as simply as possible, the repetitive actions
involved are described in detail in separate sec-
tions of this booklet.
The sections in question are:
▪ Preparing the positioning points and suspen-
sion points (see "Anchoring on the struc-
ture").
▪ Closing the formwork (see 'Closing the form-
work').
▪ Striking (see 'Opening the formwork').
▪ In addition, the following sections must also
be observed:
- Plumbing & aligning the formwork
- Resetting by crane

For instructions on tying and joining the form-


work elements, and on cleaning them and using
concrete release-agents, see the User Informa-
tion booklets 'Large-area formwork Top50' and
'Framed formwork Framax Xlife'.

WARNING
Falling hazard!
➤ Do not step onto the pouring platforms until
the formwork is closed!

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1st casting section


➤ Apply concrete release agent and set up one side of
the formwork.
➤ Mount the positioning points.
➤ Mount positioning-points for the wind-bracing.
➤ Place the reinforcement.
➤ Close the formwork and tie it.
➤ Pour the 1st section.

9710-307-01

A Positioning point
B Positioning point for wind bracing

➤ Strike the formwork.


➤ Clean the formwork.
➤ Set the gang-form down on a flat surface, with the
form-ply facing downwards.
➤ Prepare the formwork for the climbing operation.

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2nd casting section


Hanging the working platform into place on the
suspension points: Wind bracing MF/150F/K 6.00m
➤ Prepare the suspension points. Permitted tensile force: 25 kN
➤ Using a four-part lifting chain (e.g. Doka 4-part chain
3.20m), raise the prepared working platform and Wind bracing MF 6.00m
lower it into the suspension points. Permitted tensile force: 15 kN
➤ Secure the working platform with fastening bolts.
Travelling unit:
➤ Attach the lifting chain to the suspension bolt of the
vertical waling.
➤ Fly the travelling unit to the working platform by
crane.

9710-322-01

Do a sight-check to make sure that the fasten-


ing bolts are in the horizontal!

9710-268-02

Wind bracing:
➤ Fix a "Wind bracing MF/150F/K 6.00m" onto the Hor- 9710-325-01
izontal profile MF, using a d25/151 bolt and a linch
pin. ➤ Bolt the Vertical waling MF onto the Travelling gear
➤ Use a Cone screw B 7cm to attach the tensioning MF with a D25/151 head bolt, and secure this with a
unit of the "wind bracing" to the prepared positioning- Spring cotter 5mm.
point on the structure. ➤ Bolt the Plumbing spindle MF onto the Travelling
gear MF with a D25/120 head bolt, and secure this
with a 6x42 linch pin.

D C
Tr722-202-01

A Wind bracing MF/150F/K 6.00m


B Cone screw B 7cm
C Universal climbing cone 15.0
D Stop-anchor 15.0
9710-326-01

➤ Tighten the Wind bracing MF/150F/K 6.00m.

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Formwork: ➤ Insert guard-rail boards and use nails to secure them


➤ Attach the lifting chain to the lifting-brackets on the to the handrail post plates.
pre-assembled formwork.
➤ Fly the formwork to the working platform by crane.

9766-301-01
Making it impossible to use any of the forbidden
attachment methods when lifting and repositioning
the unit in one piece:

WARNING
➤ Any lifting-brackets on the formwork ele-
ments, or Framax lifting hooks, must not
be used for lifting the unit as a whole.

9766-263-01

9715-268-01
➤ Attach the lifting chain to the suspension bolt
of the vertical waling.

9710-327-01

➤ Fix the pre-assembled formwork to the Vertical wal-


ings MF with waling-to-bracket holders.
➤ Fix timber wedges in the multipurpose walings (for
better load-transfer in the area around the adjusting
spindles).
➤ Adjust dimension "b" as per shop drawing / assembly
plan, using the adjusting spindle (see "Plumbing &
aligning the formwork").
9766-300-01

C
A
➤ nail e.g. a board on in such a way that the crane sus-
C
pension tackle cannot be hung into place in the lift-
B ing-bracket.

B
b

9766-306-01

9710-309-04

A Waling-to-bracket holder 9-15cm


B Adjusting spindles
C Timber wedges

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Formwork set-up and pouring


➤ Apply concrete release agent and set up one side of
the formwork.
➤ Mount the positioning points.
➤ Place the reinforcement.
➤ Close the formwork and tie it.
➤ Pour the 2nd section.

9710-306-01

➤ Strike the formwork.


➤ Clean the formwork.

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3rd casting section


➤ Prepare the suspension points. ➤ Mount the "wind bracing".
➤ Bolt the Suspension profiles MF of the pre-assem-
bled suspended platform onto the Vertical profile MF
using the first 'Pin D16/112' and secure this with a
Spring cotter 5mm.

9710-329-01

➤ Dismount the 'Wind bracing'.


➤ Attach the lifting chain to the suspension bolt of the
vertical waling.
9766-300-01

9710-308-01

➤ Remove the fastening bolts (= lift-out guard) from the ➤ Bolt the Suspension profiles MF of the suspended
suspension points. platform onto the Vertical profile MF using the sec-
➤ Lift the entire unit by crane and hang it into place in ond 'Pin D16/112' and secure this with a Spring cot-
the suspension point. ter 5mm.
➤ Secure the climbing formwork to the suspension
points with fastening bolts.

9710-330-01

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Formwork set-up and pouring


➤ Apply concrete release agent and set up one side of
the formwork.
➤ Mount the positioning points.
➤ Place the reinforcement.
➤ Close the formwork and tie it.
➤ Pour the 3rd section.

9710-304-04

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Assembly instructions

Assembly instructions
Assembling the working platform
➤ Follow the shop drawing / assembly plan. Mounting the Travelling gear MF

Mounting the decking supports ➤ Dismount the pinion gear drive from the horizontal
profile.
➤ Lay down the horizontal profiles, spaced apart by the ➤ Push the Travelling gear MF onto the horizontal pro-
exact centre-to-centre distance. file. The catches must engage in the horizontal pro-
file.
➤ Depending on which variant has been chosen, bolt
e.g. Doka beams H20 to the Horizontal profile MF.
➤ Arrange the horizontal profiles so that both diagonals
are the same.
E

x
y

A 9710-347-01

E Travelling gear MF

a ➤ Mount the pinion gear drive to the appropriate posi-


tion on the horizontal profile.
9710-348-01

a ... centre-to-centre distance


x = y ... diagonals
A Horizontal profile MF

☞ The choice of platform beam will depend on the


project.
Z

Variant 2
Variant 1
U200-section girders + F
Pairs of H20 beams
H20 beams

9710-347-02

F Pinion-gear position
B C D
Z Fixing-wedge

9710-348-02 9710-348-03 ➤ Secure the Travelling gear MF with the fixing-wedge.


Max. imposed load per support: Max. imposed load per support:
14.0 kN 26.0 kN
Nuts & bolts etc. required for Nuts & bolts etc. required for
each connection: each connection:
▪ 1 square bolt M10x160 + hex- ▪ 1 square bolt M10x160 + hex-
agon nut M10 + spring washer agon nut M10 + spring washer
A10 A10
▪ 1 hexagon bolt M16x35 + hex-
agon nut M16 + spring washer
A16

Dimensions of the wooden spacers


Wooden spacer [mm]
Type of beam
(B) (C) (D)
H20 P 60 x 118 30 x 118 97 x 118
H20 N 50 x 118 26 x 118 92 x 118
Length of wooden spacers: approx. 500 mm

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Mounting the deck-boards Working platform with manhole


➤ Lay deck-boards flush to either side of the horizontal ➤ Screw planks to the underside of the deck-boards to
profiles. distribute the loads.
➤ Fasten deck-boards to the Doka beams with univer- Every deck-board must be fixed with a square
sal countersunk screws 6x90. bolt M10 and a hexagon nut M10!
Every deck-board must be fixed with 4 screws! Do a sight-check to make sure that the deck-
Do a sight-check to make sure that the deck- boards have been fixed properly!
boards have been fixed properly! ➤ Cut out the opening for the manhole.

b
G

e f

g
9710-345-01

b ... 2415 mm H I
G e.g. plank, 5x20 cm

☞ Important note:
If the working platform is to be used as a heavy-
9710-346-02

e ... minimum overlap: 2 whole deck-boards


duty scaffold platform, the platform decking
f ... 710 mm
must be adapted so that it meets the structural- g ... 610 mm
design requirements.
H e.g. plank, 5x20 cm
Platform decking on the suspension-point side: I Square bolt M10 + washer R11 + hexagon nut M10

➤ Screw the Manhole B 70/60cm onto the deck-boards


c

with universal countersunk screws 5x50.


9710-345-02

c ... 35 mm
A Horizontal profile MF J

Note:
The plank and board thicknesses given here comply
with the C24 category of EN 338.
Observe all national regulations applying to deck-
boards and guard-rail boards. 9710-346-01

J Manhole B 70/60cm

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Mounting the railing Mounting the Vertical profile MF


➤ Attach the handrail post to the Horizontal profile MF ➤ Attach a four-part lifting chain (e.g. Doka 4-part chain
using M20 nuts & bolts etc. 3.20m) to the front and rear crane hoisting points of
➤ Attach a toeboard (min. 15x3 cm) to the Handrail- the pre-assembled working platform.
post upright with a square bolt M10.
➤ Insert guard-rail boards and use nails to secure them Front crane hoisting point Rear crane hoisting point
to the handrail post plates
or attach scaffolding tubes 48.3mm using Screw-on
couplers 48mm 95.
O O

X Y
K 9710-342-02 9710-342-03
N K

O Bolts in the Horizontal profile MF

M M ☞ ➤ Secure the temporary support so that it can-


not tip over.
➤ Set down the working platform on a temporary sup-
port.

L 9710-371-01 L
9710-344-02

K Handrail post
L Hexagon bolt M20x45 + hexagon nut M20 + spring washer A20
M Toeboard min. 15x3 cm
N Guard-rail board
X Scaffolding tube 48.3mm
Y Screw-on coupler 48mm 95

Bolting-items needed for each handrail-post upright:


▪ 1 square bolt M10x120
▪ 1 washer A10

a
▪ 1 hexagon nut M10
(not included with product)
P

9710-342-01

a ... Height of temporary support: min. 1.80 m


P Temporary support (e.g. Load-bearing tower Staxo 100)

9710-344-01

Note:
The plank and board thicknesses given here comply
with the C24 category of EN 338.

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Straight wall (Vertical profile MF80) Inclined wall (Vertical profile MF160)
➤ Bolt the Vertical profile MF80 onto the Horizontal ➤ Bolt the Vertical profile MF160 onto the Horizontal
profile MF with a Fastening bolt d32/145 and secure profile MF with a Fastening bolt d32/145 and secure
this with a linch pin 6x42. this with a linch pin 6x42.
➤ Bolt the Pressure struts MF onto the Horizontal pro- ➤ Set the length of the Pressure spindle MF240 as
file MF and Vertical profile MF with Fastening bolts shown in the shop drawing / assembly plan.
d32/145 and secure these bolts with linch pins 6x42. Make sure that the pressure spindle is extended the
same distance at either end of the spindle.
c ➤ Bolt the Pressure spindle MF240 onto the Horizontal
b profile MF and Vertical profile MF with Fastening
a
bolts d32/145 and secure these with linch pins 6x42.
T T T
A
R b
a
S T T
Q
A

T
V
U
T

9710-311-01
a ... 285 mm
b ... 1075 mm T
c ... 2055 mm
A Horizontal profile MF 9710-302-01
Q Vertical profile MF80 a ... 120 mm
R Pressure strut MF long b ... 1415 mm
S Pressure strut MF short A Horizontal profile MF
T Fastening bolts d32/145 + linch pins 6x42 U Vertical profile MF160
V Pressure spindle MF240
T Fastening bolts d32/145 + linch pins 6x42

Mounting the scaffold-tube bracing


➤ Attach the scaffolding-tube bracing to the Vertical
profile MF.
Distance between screw-on coupler and swivel cou-
pler: max. 160 mm.

W
Y X

9710-343-01

W Scaffolding tube 48.3mm


X Screw-on coupler 48mm 50
Y Swivel coupler 48mm

Tightening torque of the couplers for the bracing tubes:


50 Nm

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Mounting the pouring platform


For details of how to assemble and operate the Mounting the deck-boards
pouring platforms for the formwork system that
is being used, see the 'Large-area formwork ➤ Fasten deck-boards to the Doka beams with univer-
Top 50' or 'Framed formwork Framax Xlife' User sal countersunk screws 6x90.
Information booklets.
Every deck-board must be fixed with 4 screws!
➤ Follow the shop drawing / assembly plan. Do a sight-check to make sure that the deck-
boards have been fixed properly!

Mounting the decking supports


b
CAUTION C
There is a risk of the hexagon nuts working
loose on the Brace stirrup 8.
➤ Fix the hexagon nuts on the Brace stirrup 8
with an Anti-twisting plate for Brace stir-
rup 8.

9710-362-01

b ... 950 mm (for straight walls)


C e.g. plank, 5x20 cm

Cut-out needed in platform decking (for access to


the crane-hoisting point on the Vertical waling MF):
a
S
9710-361-02

D
Always bend the anti-twisting plate over the flat
side of the hexagon nut.
Use each anti-twisting plate once only.
➤ Attach Doka H20 beams to the Screw-on access
bracket MF75 using e.g. Brace stirrups 8. 9710-362-02

a ... 100 mm
D Vertical waling MF

Note:
A The plank and board thicknesses given here comply
with the C24 category of EN 338.
B
Observe all national regulations applying to deck-
boards and guard-rail boards.

9710-356-01

A Screw-on access bracket MF75


B Brace stirrup 8
S Anti-twisting plate for Brace stirrup 8

☞ The choice of platform beam will depend on the


project.

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Mounting toe-board planks Inclined wall (with swivel plate)


➤ Attach a toeboard (min. 15x3 cm) to the Handrail- ➤ Using M20x45 and M20x110 nuts & bolts etc., mount
post upright with a square bolt M10. a Swivel plate MF to the Screw-on access bracket
MF75 at the desired angle.

H
A
F

G
9710-363-01

9710-361-01
A Screw-on access bracket MF75
E Toeboard min. 15x3 cm
F Swivel plate MF
G Hexagon bolt M20x45 + spring washer A20 + hexagon nut M20
Bolting-items needed for each handrail-post upright: H Hexagon bolt M20x110 + spring washer A20 + hexagon nut M20
▪ 1 square bolt M10x120
▪ 1 washer A10
▪ 1 hexagon nut M10
(not included with product)

Note:
The plank and board thicknesses given here comply
with the C24 category of EN 338.
30° 10° 10° 30°
20° 0° 20°
9706-219-01

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Mounting the travelling unit


➤ Follow the shop drawing / assembly plan. Mounting the scaffold-tube bracing

Setting the adjusting spindle ➤ Lay down the Vertical walings MF, spaced apart by
the exact centre-to-centre distance.
➤ Attach horizontal scaffold tubes.
Tools needed:
➤ Align the Vertical walings MF so that their diagonals
▪ Reversible ratchet 1/2" are identical.
▪ Box nut 24 and ➤ Attach a diagonal scaffold tube.
▪ Fork wrench 22/24 (for the threaded joins on the Distance between screw-on coupler and swivel cou-
adjusting spindle) pler: max. 160 mm.
➤ Adjust dimension "b" as shown in the shop drawing /
assembly plan, using the adjusting spindle.

y
b a
x
B A
F
E

D C

A a
9710-354-01 9710-350-01

A Vertical waling MF a ... centre-to-centre distance


x = y ... diagonals
B Adjusting spindle
A Vertical waling MF
Check position "a" of the adjusting spindle on C Scaffold tube 48.3mm (horizontal)
the vertical waling and change this if neces- D Screw-on coupler 48mm 50
sary. E Scaffold tube 48.3mm (diagonal)
F Swivel coupler 48mm

Tightening torque of the couplers for the bracing tubes:


50 Nm

Note:
To make it possible to mount the ladders providing
access to the pouring platforms, the scaffold tubes
must be mounted in the positions shown.

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Mounting the Plumbing spindle MF Mounting the pouring platform


➤ Pin the yellow galvanised end of the Plumbing spin- Only when the Screw-on access bracket MF75 is being
dle MF into the Vertical waling MF with a D25/151 used as a pouring platform.
head bolt, and secure this with a 6x42 linch pin. ➤ Mount the pre-assembled pouring platform to the
Vertical walings MF (see the section headed "Mount-
A ing the pouring platform").
G
Pouring platform Pouring platform
without Swivel plate MF with Swivel plate MF

H
H

K
J
9710-355-01 K J

I
J
➤ Set the lengths of the Plumbing spindles MF as J
shown in the shop drawing / assembly plan.
Make sure that the Plumbing spindles are extended A A
the same distance at either end of each spindle. 9710-369-01 9710-370-01

A H
9710-323-01

A Vertical waling MF
G Plumbing spindle MF
A
9710-368-01

A Vertical waling MF
H Screw-on access bracket MF75
I Swivel plate MF
J Hexagon bolt M20x45 + spring washer A20 + hexagon nut M20
K Hexagon bolt M20x110 + spring washer A20 + hexagon nut M20

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Mounting the formwork


➤ Follow the shop drawing / assembly plan. Mounting the pouring platform
➤ Attach Framax brackets and mount deck-boards.
Framed formwork ➤ Also mount guard-rail boards, except where they
would get in the way of the lifting chains when the
e.g. framed formwork Framax Xlife gang-form is lifted into the upright.
Follow the directions in the "Framed formwork
Framax Xlife" User Information booklet!

Preparing the formwork


M

➤ Set the gang-form down on a flat surface, with the


form-ply facing downwards.
➤ Fix Multi-purpose walings WS10 Top50 in the waling
profiles of the framed formwork panels, using
Framax wedge clamps.

☞ Important note:
As an additional precaution, mount a wedge
clamp at both ends of the adjusting spindle.
9710-366-01

D E M Framax bracket 90

9710-367-01

D E
9710-373-01

The length of the Multi-purpose waling WS10 Top50 will depend on


the width of the gang-form.
D Multi-purpose waling WS10 Top50
E Framax wedge clamp

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Timber-beam formwork
e.g. Large-area formwork Top 50
Follow the directions in the 'Large-area form-
work Top 50' User Information booklet!

Preparing the formwork


➤ Set the formwork element down on a flat surface,
with the form-ply facing downwards.

9710-365-01

Mounting the pouring platform


➤ Attach Universal brackets and mount deck-boards.
➤ Also mount guard-rail boards, except where they
would get in the way of the lifting chains when the
gang-form is lifted into the upright.

9710-364-01

M Universal bracket 90

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Mounting the suspended platform


➤ Follow the shop drawing / assembly plan. Mounting the Screw-on access
bracket MF75
Mounting the scaffold-tube bracing
➤ Lay down the Suspension profiles MF, spaced apart
Straight walls
by the exact centre-to-centre distance.
➤ Attach horizontal scaffold tubes. On intermediate plat-
➤ Align the Suspension profiles MF so that their diago- form
nals are identical.
➤ Attach a diagonal scaffold tube.
Distance between screw-on coupler and swivel cou- J
pler: max. 160 mm. F

I
y

x 9710-358-02

D A

B
E On suspended platform
A a
C

9710-357-01
J I
a ... centre-to-centre distance F
x = y ... diagonals
G
A Suspension profile MF
I
B Scaffolding tube 48.3mm (horizontal) 9710-358-03
C Screw-on coupler 48mm 50
D Scaffolding tube 48.3mm (diagonal) a 9710-358-01
E Swivel coupler 48mm
a ... distance from structure (approx. 390 mm)
Tightening torque of the couplers for the bracing tubes: A Suspension profile MF
50 Nm F Screw-on access bracket MF75
G Distance profile MF
I Hexagon bolt M20x45 + spring washer A20 + hexagon nut M20
J Hexagon bolt M20x110 + spring washer A20 + hexagon nut M20

9710-312-01

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Inclined wall (with swivel plate) Mounting the decking supports

On intermediate plat- CAUTION


form There is a risk of the hexagon nuts working
loose on the Brace stirrup 8.
➤ Fix the hexagon nuts on the Brace stirrup 8
J
F
with an Anti-twisting plate for Brace stir-
I rup 8.
I

9710-359-02
H

On suspended plat-
A
form
S

9710-361-02
K
I
F J
I
G
Always bend the anti-twisting plate over the flat
I
I
side of the hexagon nut.
9710-359-03
H Use each anti-twisting plate once only.
a 9710-359-01
➤ Attach Doka H20 beams to the Screw-on access
a ... distance from structure (will depend on the angle of the wall) bracket MF75 using e.g. Brace stirrups 8.
A Suspension profile MF
F
F Screw-on access bracket MF75
G Distance profile MF
H Swivel plate MF K
I Hexagon bolt M20x45 + spring washer A20 + hexagon nut M20
J Hexagon bolt M20x110 + spring washer A20 + hexagon nut M20

9710-352-01

F Screw-on access bracket MF75


K Brace stirrup 8
S Anti-twisting plate for Brace stirrup 8
30° 10° 10° 30°
20° 0° 20°


9706-219-01
The choice of platform beam will depend on the
project.

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Mounting the deck-boards Mounting the guard-rail boards


➤ Fasten deck-boards to the Doka beams with univer- ➤ Attach a toeboard (min. 15x3 cm) to the Handrail-
sal countersunk screws 6x90. post upright with a square bolt M10.
➤ Insert guard-rail boards and use nails to secure them
Every deck-board must be fixed with 4 screws!
to the handrail post plates
Do a sight-check to make sure that the deck- or attach scaffolding tubes 48.3mm using Screw-on
boards have been fixed properly! couplers 48mm 95.
L

N
M

9710-351-03
b

O P
9710-349-01 M
b ... 1170 mm (for straight walls)
9710-371-02
L e.g. plank, 5x20 cm
M Toeboard min. 15x3 cm
Cut-out needed in platform decking N Guard-rail board
O Scaffolding tube 48.3mm
P Screw-on coupler 48mm 95
c

a
Bolting-items needed for each handrail-post upright:
▪ 1 square bolt M10x120
▪ 1 washer A10
b

▪ 1 hexagon nut M10


A (not included with product)
9710-353-01

a ... 70 mm
b ... 120 mm
c ... 330 mm (for straight walls)
A Suspension profile MF

Note:
The plank and board thicknesses given here comply
with the C24 category of EN 338.
Observe all national regulations applying to deck-
boards and guard-rail boards.
9710-351-01

Note:
The plank and board thicknesses given here comply
with the C24 category of EN 338.

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Sideguards on exposed platform-ends


Platform railings which do not extend all the way around Edge protection system XP
the platform must be closed by attaching side railings,
e.g. at
▪ corner transitions A
▪ exposed fall-hazard locations which result from a
climbing unit being repositioned B

WARNING
Exposed fall-hazard location!
Danger to life from fatal falls! D
➤ Either use personal protective equipment to C
protect against falls (e.g. Doka personal fall-
arrest set) E
or
mount the sideguards at the same time as
the platforms are assembled.

9710-372-01

A Guard-rail board min. 15x3 cm (site-provided)


B Handrail post XP 1.20m
C Railing clamp XP 40cm
D Toeboard holder XP 1.20m
E Decking support

How to mount:
➤ Wedge the Railing clamps XP firmly to the decking
supports (clamping range 2 – 43 cm).
➤ Working from below, push a Toeboard
holder XP 1.20m onto the Handrail post XP 1.20m.
➤ Push the Handrail post XP 1.20m into the post-hold-
ing fixture on the Railing clamps XP until the locking
mechanism engages.
➤ Fix guard-rail boards to the handrail post plates with
nails (diam. 5 mm).

Handrail clamp S

Follow the directions in the “Handrail clamp S”


User information!

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Dismantling

Dismantling

☞▪ Important note:
A hard, flat, firm surface is needed!
➤ Remove the waling-to-bracket holders and lift the
formwork element or panel off the climbing unit.
▪ Provide a sufficiently large dismantling
space.
▪ Read and observe the section headed
"Resetting by crane".

Lifting the formwork off the climbing


unit
➤ Secure the working platform with fastening bolts.
Do a sight-check to make sure that the fasten-
ing bolts are in the horizontal!

9710-375-01

➤ Attach the lifting chain to the lifting brackets on the 9710-334-01

formwork gang.
This protects the formwork against tipping over. ➤ Set down and dismantle the formwork element.
➤ Remove the two top guard-rail boards from the pour- ➤ Attach the lifting chain to the suspension bolt of the
ing platform. vertical waling.
➤ Unscrew the bolted connection between the Vertical
waling MF and the Travelling gear MF.
➤ Unscrew the bolted connection between the Plumb-
ing spindle MF and the Travelling gear MF.
9710-333-01

9710-326-01

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➤ Lift the Vertical waling MF and Plumbing spindle MF Lifting the climbing unit off the
off the climbing unit and set them down.
structure
➤ Attach the climbing unit to the crane with a four-part
lifting chain (e.g. Doka 4-part chain 3.20m.
➤ Dismount the 'Wind bracing'.
➤ Remove the fastening bolts (= lift-out guard) from the
suspension points.
➤ Gently raise the entire unit by crane, and move it
away from the building.

9710-335-01

9710-336-01

➤ Set down the climbing unit and dismantle it.

9710-337-01

➤ All other dismantling steps are carried out on the


ground, in the opposite order of steps from those in
which the equipment was assembled.

9710-338-01

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General remarks

General remarks
Ladder system
For safe up-and-down access between platforms.

a
A

b
B

a
F A

b
G
C
B

9710-314-01

A Manhole B 70/60cm 9710-314-02


B System ladder XS 4.40m a ... min. 1 m
C Ladder extension XS 2.30m b ... height of casting section
D Ladder adapter SK
E Ladder adapter XS Note:
F Ladder clamp SK The Ladder system XS must be implemented in such a
G Ladder cage XS way that all national regulations are complied with.
Put up safety netting in the ladder and manhole zone,
as required by the applicable regulations.

WARNING
➤ The Ladders XS may only be used as part of
the XS system, and must NOT be used sep-
arately (as "lean-to" ladders).

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a
A

b
a
D

b
a
F

B
G

b
a

D
A

D
b

9710-341-01

9710-341-02

a ... min. 1 m
b ... height of casting section

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Attaching the ladders on casting-section heights of up to 3.40 m

Manhole B 70/60cm
to the bracing tubes ➤ Fix the System ladder XS 4.40m to the manhole with
a ladder stirrup.
For details of how to attach the ladders to the
formwork, see the User Information booklets
'Large-area formwork Top 50' or 'Framed form-
work Framax Xlife'.

☞ Important note:
➤ Leave sufficient clearance between the bot- E
tom of the ladder and the decking of the
working platform (so that the formwork can
still be travelled forward and back freely dur-
ing formwork set-up and removal). 98010-338-01

➤ Fix the System ladder XS 4.40m to the manhole with


a ladder stirrup. ➤ Screw the Ladder adapter SK to the platform deck-
ing.
➤ Insert a Ladder bolt XS through the rung of the lad-
der and secure it on both sides with a d4 spring cot- ➤ Pin the System ladder XS 4.40m into the Ladder
ter. adapter SK and secure the pins on both sides with a
d4 spring cotter.

98010-337-01
98010-338-02
K Ladder bolt XS
E Ladder stirrup
F Ladder adapter SK

CAUTION
The Ladder clamp SK does not sustain vertical Manhole lid
loads! ➤ Fix the System ladder XS 4.40m to the platform
➤ The Ladder clamp SK must only be used in decking with a Ladder holder SK.
conjunction with a Ladder bolt XS or a Con-
nector XS for wall formwork.
➤ Fix both ladder stiles to the scaffold-tube bracing
using Ladder clamps SK and screw-on couplers
48mm 50. G J

98010-348-01

J Ladder holder SK
G Cover hinge SK 35cm

➤ Screw the Ladder adapter SK to the platform deck-


9766-274-02 ing.
➤ Pin the System ladder XS 4.40m into the Ladder
adapter SK and secure the pins on both sides with a
d4 spring cotter.

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on casting-section heights of over 3.40m Telescoping ladder extension (for adjusting to


ground level)
Manhole B 70/60cm ➤ To telescope the ladders past one another, lift the
safety latch (I) on the ladder (B) and fix the Ladder
➤ Fix the System ladder XS 4.40m to the manhole with
extension XS 2.30m (C) onto the desired rung of the
a ladder stirrup.
other ladder.
➤ Insert a Ladder bolt XS through the rung of the lad- A telescoping join between two Ladder extensions
der and secure it on both sides with a d4 spring cot- XS 2.30m can be made in the same way.
ter.

98010-337-01
I
K Ladder bolt XS

➤ Screw the Ladder adapter XS to the platform deck-


C
ing.
➤ Fix the bottom of the ladder to the Ladder adapter
XS. C
9766-273-02

I
Tr625-201-03

Ladder cage

☞ Important note:
➤ Always observe all relevant safety regula-
tions applying to the use of the Ladder cage
98010-337-02 XS in the country in which you are operating
(e.g. in Germany: BGV D 36).
➤ Fix the Ladder cage XS 1.00m (F) onto the next
Lengthening the ladder available rung. The safety latches (J) prevent the
cage being accidentally lifted out. Add further Ladder
cages XS 1.00m, in each case fixing them onto the
Permanently fixed ladder extension next available rung.
➤ Insert the Ladder extension XS 2.30m (C) into the
uprights of the System ladder XS 4.40m (B) , with its
hooking brackets facing downwards, and fasten it
with the screws, bolts etc. supplied (width-across
17mm).

C
F

Tr625-202-01 Tr625-201-02

Two Ladder extensions XS 2.30m can be fixed


together in the same way.

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Fall-arrest systems on the structure


Handrail post XP 1.20m Handrail clamp T
▪ Attached with Screw-on shoe XP, railing clamp, ▪ Fixed in embedded anchoring components or
Handrail-post shoe or Step bracket XP reinforcement hoops
▪ Protective grating XP, guard-rail boards or scaffold ▪ Guard-rail boards or scaffold tubes can be used as
tubes can be used as the safety barrier the safety barrier

a
a
98031-200-01

9755-205-01
geprüfte geprüfte
Sicherheit Sicherheit

a ... > 1.00 m a ... > 1.00 m

Follow the directions in the "Edge protection Follow the directions in the "Handrail clamp T"
system XP" User Information booklet! User Information!

Handrail clamp S Handrail post 1.10m

▪ Attached with integral clamp ▪ Fixed in a Screw sleeve 20.0 or Attachable sleeve
▪ Guard-rail boards or scaffold tubes can be used as 24mm
the safety barrier ▪ Guard-rail boards or scaffold tubes can be used as
the safety barrier
a

a
9771-200-01
9756-206-01

geprüfte
Sicherheit
geprüfte
Sicherheit

a ... > 1.00 m


a ... > 1.00 m

Follow the directions in the “Handrail clamp S” Follow the directions in the "Handrail
User information! post 1.10m" User Information!

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Transporting, stacking and storing


The following instructions must be complied with when To make the "Doka skeleton transport box" easier to
storing and transporting separate parts or assemblies. load and unload, one of its sidewalls can be opened.
This ensures careful, safe treatment of the equipment:
▪ The parts must be onloaded and off-loaded, trans- Max. load: 700 kg
ported and stacked in such a way that it is not possi- Permitted imposed load: 3150 kg
ble for them to fall off, tip over or slide apart.
▪ Only set down the parts or assembly units on flat,
firm, clean surfaces.
▪ Spread-angle of slinging chains: max. 30°.
☞▪ Multi-trip packaging items that each contain
very different loads must be stacked with the
heaviest ones at the bottom and the lightest
▪ Do not detach parts from the lifting straps until they ones at the top!
have been safely set down. ▪ Rating plate must be in place and clearly leg-
▪ When transporting the equipment by truck, bundle ible
the components or otherwise secure them against
slippage, or else transport them in suitable contain- Using Doka skeleton transport boxes
ers.
1.70x0.80m as storage units
▪ Protect all components against soiling, as this pro-
longs their service life.
▪ Clearly arranged, logical storage arrangements Max. n° of boxes on top of one another
reduce the time needed for assembly. Outdoors (on the site) Indoors
▪ Using intermediate packing timbers during storage Floor gradient up to 3% Floor gradient up to 1%
and transport lessens the risk of damage. 2 5
Please co-ordinate arrangements for return delivery of It is not allowed to stack empty
pallets on top of one another!
the equipment with the Doka branch responsible.

Utilise the benefits of Doka multi-trip packaging Using Doka skeleton transport boxes
on your site. 1.70x0.80m as transport devices
Multi-trip packaging such as containers, stacking pal-
lets and skeleton transport boxes keep everything in Lifting by crane
place on the site, minimise time wasted searching for
parts, and streamline the storage and transport of sys-
tem components, small items and accessories. ➤ Only lift the boxes when their sidewalls are
closed!

Doka skeleton transport box


1.70x0.80m ☞ ▪▪ Multi-trip packaging items may only be lifted
one at a time.
Use a suitable lifting chain
(e.g. Doka 4-part chain 3.20m).
Do not exceed the permitted load-bearing
capacity.
▪ Spread-angle  max. 30°!

9234-203-01

Repositioning by forklift truck or pallet stacking


truck
Storage and transport devices for small items:
▪ durable The forks can be inserted under either the broadside or
the narrowside of the containers.
▪ stackable
Suitable transport appliances:
▪ crane
▪ pallet stacking truck
▪ forklift truck

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Doka multi-trip transport box Possible ways of dividing the box


Multi-trip transport
1.20x0.80m galv. box partition
Lengthways Crossways
1.20m max. 3 partitions -
0.80m - max. 3 partitions

Tr755-200-04 Tr755-200-05

Using Doka multi-trip transport boxes as


storage units

Max. n° of boxes on top of one another


Outdoors (on the site) Indoors
Floor gradient up to 3% Floor gradient up to 1%
Storage and transport devices for small items:
3 6
▪ durable It is not allowed to stack empty
▪ stackable pallets on top of one another!
Suitable transport appliances:
▪ crane
▪ pallet stacking truck Using Doka multi-trip transport boxes as
▪ forklift truck transport devices

Max. load: 1500 kg Lifting by crane


Permitted imposed load: 7900 kg

☞▪ Multi-trip packaging items that each contain


very different loads must be stacked with the
☞ ▪▪ Multi-trip packaging items may only be lifted
one at a time.
Use a suitable lifting chain
heaviest ones at the bottom and the lightest (e.g. Doka 4-part chain 3.20m).
ones at the top! Do not exceed the permitted load-bearing
▪ Rating plate must be in place and clearly leg- capacity.
ible ▪ Spread-angle  max. 30°!

Multi-trip transport box partition


Different items in the Multi-trip transport box can be
kept separate with the Multi-trip transport box partitions
1.20m or 0.80m.

A
Tr755-200-02

9206-202-01

Repositioning by forklift truck or pallet stacking


truck
A Slide-bolt for fixing the partition
The forks can be inserted under either the broadside or
the narrowside of the containers.

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Doka stacking pallet 1.55x0.85m and Using Doka stacking pallets as transport
1.20x0.80m devices

Lifting by crane
Storage and transport devices for long items:

☞ ▪▪
▪ durable Multi-trip packaging items may only be lifted
▪ stackable one at a time.
Suitable transport appliances: Use a suitable lifting chain
▪ crane (e.g. Doka 4-part chain 3.20m).
▪ pallet stacking truck Do not exceed the permitted load-bearing
capacity.
▪ forklift truck
▪ Load the items centrically.
The Bolt-on caster set B turns the stacking pallet into a ▪ Fasten the load to the stacking pallet so that
fast and manoeuvrable transport trolley. it cannot slide or tip out.
Follow the directions in the "Bolt-on castor set ▪ When lifting stacking pallets to which Bolt-on
B" Operating Instructions! castor sets B have been attached, you must
also follow the directions in these Operating
Instructions!
▪ Spread-angle  max. 30°!

= =
a
92815-224-01
Max. load: 1100 kg
Permitted imposed load: 5900 kg a
Doka stacking pallet 1.55x0.85m max. 4.0 m

☞▪ Multi-trip packaging items that each contain


very different loads must be stacked with the
heaviest ones at the bottom and the lightest
Doka stacking pallet 1.20x0.80m max. 3.0 m

Repositioning by forklift truck or pallet stacking


ones at the top! truck
▪ Rating plate must be in place and clearly leg-
ible
☞ ▪▪ Load the items centrically.
Fasten the load to the stacking pallet so that
it cannot slide or tip out.
Using Doka stacking pallets as storage units

Max. n° of units on top of one another


Outdoors (on the site) Indoors
Floor gradient up to 3% Floor gradient up to 1%
2 6
It is not allowed to stack empty
pallets on top of one another!

☞▪ How to use with bolt-on castor set:


Always apply the fixing brake when the con-
tainer is "parked".
When Doka stacking pallets are stacked, the
bottom pallet must NOT be one with a bolt-on
caster set mounted to it.

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Doka accessory box Doka accessory box as transport devices

Storage and transport devices for small items: Lifting by crane


▪ durable
▪ stackable
Suitable transport appliances:
☞ ▪▪ Multi-trip packaging items may only be lifted
one at a time.
Use a suitable lifting chain
▪ crane (e.g. Doka 4-part chain 3.20m).
▪ pallet stacking truck Do not exceed the permitted load-bearing
▪ forklift truck capacity.
The Doka accessory box is the tidy, easy-to-find way of
▪ When lifting stacking pallets to which Bolt-on
castor sets B have been attached, you must
storing and stacking all interconnection and form-tie
also follow the directions in these Operating
components.
Instructions!
The Bolt-on caster set B turns the stacking pallet into a
fast and manoeuvrable transport trolley.
▪ Spread-angle  max. 30°!

Follow the directions in the "Bolt-on castor set


B" Operating Instructions!

92816-206-01

Repositioning by forklift truck or pallet stacking


truck

The forks can be inserted under either the broadside or


the narrowside of the containers.

Max. load: 1000 kg Bolt-on castor set B


Permitted imposed load: 5530 kg
The Bolt-on caster set B turns the stacking pallet into a

☞ ▪ Multi-trip packaging items that each contain


very different loads must be stacked with the
heaviest ones at the bottom and the lightest
fast and manoeuvrable transport trolley.
Suitable for drive-through access openings > 90 cm.

ones at the top!


▪ Rating plate must be in place and clearly leg-
ible

Doka accessory boxes as storage units

Max. n° of boxes on top of one another The Bolt-on caster set B can be mounted to the follow-
Outdoors (on the site) Indoors ing multi-trip packaging items:
Floor gradient up to 3% Floor gradient up to 1% ▪ Doka accessory box
3 6 ▪ Doka stacking pallets
It is not allowed to stack empty
pallets on top of one another! Follow the directions in the Operating Instruc-

☞ ▪ How to use with bolt-on castor set:


Always apply the fixing brake when the con-
tainer is "parked".
tions!

When Doka accessory boxes are stacked,


the bottom box must NOT be one with a bolt-
on castor set mounted to it.

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Doka shaft platform


The climbing formwork for inside-
shafts
Doka shaft platforms permit quick and easy reposition-
ing in just one crane cycle. This makes them a cost-
saving system for forming inside-shafts.

Ingenious modular system

▪ uses telescopic shaft beams for easy accommoda-


tion to any structure plan
▪ makes the system quick and easy to assemble
▪ facilitates attaching a follow-up platform

Easy to operate

▪ formwork can be set up and struck quickly with no


need for a crane
▪ cuts back on crane time by enabling fast reposition-
ing of the entire unit (platform plus shaft formwork)

Easy mounting-system

▪ provides maximum safety


▪ with either Main beam head or pawl

TR623-200-07

Follow the directions in the 'Shaft platform' User


Information booklet.

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[kg] Article n° [kg] Article n°


Component
Article
[kg] n° overview

Horizontal profile MF with handrail post 88.5 581618000 Travelling gear MF 32.3 580656000
Horizontalprofil MF mit Geländer Fahrwerk MF
Galvanised Galvanised
Length: 251 cm Length: 128 cm
Height: 155 cm Height: 22 cm

Plumbing spindle MF 3.00m 23.0 580657000


Einrichtspindel MF 3,00m
Length: 166-229 cm
Vertical profile MF80 44.0 580652000
Vertikalprofil MF80
Galvanised
Height: 213 cm

Plumbing spindle MF 4.50m 46.0 580664000


Einrichtspindel MF 4,50m
Galvanised
Length: 262 - 345 cm

Vertical profile MF160 93.3 580660000


Vertikalprofil MF160
Galvanised
Height: 208 cm

Vertical waling MF 3.00m 76.8 580658000


Fahrriegel MF 3,00m
Galvanised

Pressure strut MF long 24.7 580653000


Druckstrebe MF lang
Galvanised
Length: 252.9 cm

Vertical waling MF 4.50m 123.8 580663000


Fahrriegel MF 4,50m
Pressure strut MF short 17.7 580654000 Galvanised
Druckstrebe MF kurz
Galvanised
Length: 183.2 cm

Pressure spindle MF240 26.0 580680000


Druckspindel MF240
Galvanised
Height: 166 - 226 cm

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[kg] Article n° [kg] Article n°

Vertical waling extension MF 41.5 580659000 Starter block unit MF 23.2 580678000
Fahrriegelverlängerung MF Grundblockriegel MF
Galvanised Galvanised
Height: 144 cm Length: 143 cm
Width: 19 cm

Wind bracing MF/150F/K 6.00m 4.7 580665000


Windabspannung MF/150F/K 6,00m
Galvanised
Suspension profile MF 43.0 580668000
Hängeprofil MF
Height: 368 cm

Wind bracing MF 6.00m 4.3 580677000


Windabspannung MF 6,00m
Galvanised

Waling-to-bracket holder 9-15cm 2.7 580625000


Riegelhalter 9-15cm
Galvanised
Screw-on access bracket MF75 19.0 580669000
Anschraubbühne MF75
Galvanised
Length: 113 cm
Height: 152 cm
Waling-to-bracket holder 2.5 580526000
Keilriegelhalter
Galvanised
Length: 26 cm
Height: 31 cm

Distance profile MF 7.8 580670000


Distanzprofil MF Railing clamp XP 40cm 7.7 586456000
Length: 71 cm Geländerzwinge XP 40cm
Galvanised
Height: 73 cm

Swivel plate MF 4.5 580672000


Schwenkplatte MF
Galvanised
Length: 29 cm
Height: 20 cm
Handrail post XP 1.20m 4.1 586460000
Geländersteher XP 1,20m
Galvanised
Brace stirrup 8 2.7 582751000 Height: 118 cm
Spannbügel 8
Galvanised
Width: 19 cm
Height: 46 cm
Width-across: 30 mm

Safety plate for brace stirrup 8 0.05 582753000


Sicherungsblech für Spannbügel 8
red
Length: 23 cm

Toeboard holder XP 1.20m 0.64 586461000


Fußwehrhalter XP 1,20m
Galvanised
Height: 21 cm

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[kg] Article n° [kg] Article n°

Handrail clamp S 11.5 580470000 Swivel coupler 48mm 1.5 582560000


Schutzgeländerzwinge S Drehkupplung 48mm
Galvanised Galvanised
Height: 123 - 171 cm Width-across: 22 mm
Follow fitting instructions!

Warning sign "No entry" 300x300mm 0.70 581575000


Verbotsschild "Zutritt Verboten" 300x300mm

Universal railing shackle 3.0 580478000


Universal-Geländerbügel
Galvanised
Height: 20 cm
Doka personal fall-arrest set 3.6 583022000
Doka-Sicherheitsgeschirr
Follow the directions in the "Operat-
ing Instructions"!
Doka 4-part chain 3.20m 15.0 588620000
Doka-Vierstrangkette 3,20m
Follow the directions in the "Operat-
ing Instructions"!

Tool box GF 6.5 580390000


GF-Werkzeugbox
included in scope of supply:
(A) Reversible ratchet 1/2" 0.73 580580000
Galvanised
Lifting beam 110kN 6.00m 136.5 586359000 Length: 30 cm
Umsetzbalken 110kN 6,00m
(B) Fork wrench 13/17 0.08 580577000
Galvanised
(C) Fork wrench 22/24 0.22 580587000
Length: 626 cm (D) Fork wrench 30/32 0.80 580897000
Follow the directions in the "Operat- (E) Ring spanner 17/19 0.27 580590000
ing Instructions"! (F) Extension 11cm 1/2" 0.20 580581000
(G) Extension 22cm 1/2" 0.31 580582000
(H) Universal joint coupling 1/2" 0.16 580583000
(I) Box nut 19 1/2" L 0.16 580598000
(J) Box nut 13 1/2" 0.06 580576000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 0.50m 1.7 682026000 (K) Box nut 24 1/2" 0.12 580584000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 1.00m 3.6 682014000 (L) Box nut 30 1/2" 0.20 580575000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 1.50m 5.4 682015000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 2.00m 7.2 682016000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 2.50m 9.0 682017000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 3.00m 10.8 682018000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 3.50m 12.6 682019000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 4.00m 14.4 682021000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 4.50m 16.2 682022000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 5.00m 18.0 682023000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 5.50m 19.8 682024000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm 6.00m 21.6 682025000
Scaffold tube 48.3mm .....m 3.6 682001000
Gerüstrohr 48,3mm
Galvanised

Screw-on coupler 48mm 50 0.84 682002000


Screw-on coupler 48mm 95 0.88 586013000
Anschraubkupplung
Galvanised
Width-across: 22 mm
Follow fitting instructions!

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[kg] Article n° [kg] Article n°

Additional tools MF 4.1 580682000 Ladder system XS


Zusatzwerkzeuge MF
consisting of:
Manhole B 70/60cm 22.0 581530000
(A) Reversible ratchet 3/4" 1.5 580894000 Bühnendurchstieg B 70/60cm
Galvanised Steel parts galvanised
Length: 50 cm
Timber parts varnished yellow
(B) Box nut 17 1/2" 0.07 580685000
Length: 81 cm
(C) Box nut 50 3/4" 0.81 581449000
(D) Extension 20cm 3/4" 0.68 580683000 Width: 71 cm
(E) Transition piece A 1/2"x3/4" 0.18 580684000
(F) Universal cone spanner 15.0/20.0 0.90 581448000
Galvanised
Length: 9 cm
Cover hinge SK 35cm 0.30 581533000
Deckelscharnier SK 35cm
Width-across: 50 mm
Galvanised

System ladder XS 4.40m 33.2 588640000


System-Leiter XS 4,40m
Galvanised
Mounting tool for form-ply protector 0.96 580222000
Montagewerkzeug Schalhautschutz
Galvanised
Width: 12 cm
Height: 12 cm

Box nut 24 1/2" L 0.30 586364000


Stecknuss 24 1/2" L

Combination wrench 24 0.25 582839000


Ring-Maulschlüssel 24

Ladder extension XS 2.30m 19.1 588641000


Leiternverlängerung XS 2,30m
Galvanised

Ratchet MF 3/4" SW50 3.8 580648000


Antriebsknarre MF 3/4" SW50
Galvanised

Ladder clamp SK 0.23 581239000


Leiternklemme SK
Galvanised
Length: 8 cm

Ladder bolt XS 0.85 581561000


Leiternbolzen XS
Galvanised
Length: 51 cm

Ladder holder SK 0.36 581532000


Leiternhalter SK
Galvanised

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Ladder adapter SK 2.3 581531000 Tie rod system 15.0


Leiternfuß SK
Galvanised
Universal climbing cone 15.0 1.3 581977000
Universal-Kletterkonus 15,0
Galvanised
Length: 13 cm
Diameter: 5 cm
Tool: Spanner for universal climbing
cone 15.0/20.0
Ladder adapter XS 5.0 588673000
Leiternfuß XS Sealing sleeve K 15.0 0.03 581976000
Galvanised Dichtungshülse K 15,0
Height: 50 cm Orange
Length: 12 cm
Diameter: 6 cm

Fair-faced concrete positioning cone MF 15.0 1.5 581928000


Sichtbetonvorlauf MF 15,0
Connector XS Wall formwork 20.8 588662000 Galvanised
Anschluss XS Wandschalung
Length: 12.6 cm
Galvanised
Diameter: 5.3 cm
Width: 89 cm
Tool: Spanner for universal climbing
Height: 63 cm cone 15.0/20.0

Sealing disk 53 0.003 581838000


Dichtscheibe 53
Black
Diameter: 5.3 cm

Ladder cage XS 1.00m 16.5 588643000


Ladder cage XS 0.25m 10.5 588670000
Rückenschutz XS Fair-faced concrete plug 52mm plastic 0.01 581850000
Galvanised Sichtbetonstopfen 52mm Kunststoff
Grey

Cone screw B 7cm 0.86 581444000


Konusschraube B 7cm
red
Length: 10 cm
Diameter: 7 cm
Width-across: 50 mm

Form-ply protector 32mm 0.38 580220000


Schalhautschutz 32mm
Galvanised
Width-across: 70 mm

Positioning clamp M30 0.19 581833000


Vorlaufklemme M30
Galvanised
Diameter: 4 cm

Positioning disk M30 0.25 581975000


Vorlaufscheibe M30
Galvanised
Diameter: 9 cm

Stop anchor 15.0 11.5cm 90 0.63 581868000


Sperranker 15,0 11,5cm 90
Non-treated

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Stop anchor 15.0 16cm 55 0.38 581997000 Plastic tube 22mm 2.50m 0.45 581951000
Sperranker 15,0 16cm 55 Kunststoffrohr 22mm 2,50m
Non-treated

Stop anchor double-ended 15.0 20cm 90 0.76 581820000


Sperranker beidseitig 15,0 20cm 90 Universal cone 22mm 0.005 581995000
Non-treated Universal-Konus 22mm
Grey
Custom lengths can be ordered un-
der the special-component Art.n° Diameter: 4 cm
580100000, quoting the designation
and the desired length in mm.

Wall anchor 15.0 15cm 1.5 581893000 Friction type ratchet SW27 0.49 581855000
Wandanker 15,0 15cm Freilaufknarre SW27
Galvanised manganese-phosphated
Length: 30 cm

Tie rod 15.0mm galvanised 0.50m 0.72 581821000 Box spanner 27 0.65m 1.9 581854000
Tie rod 15.0mm galvanised 0.75m 1.1 581822000 Steckschlüssel 27 0,65m
Tie rod 15.0mm galvanised 1.00m 1.4 581823000 Galvanised
Tie rod 15.0mm galvanised 1.25m 1.8 581826000
Tie rod 15.0mm galvanised 1.50m 2.2 581827000
Tie rod 15.0mm galvanised 1.75m 2.5 581828000
Tie rod 15.0mm galvanised 2.00m 2.9 581829000
Tie rod 15.0mm galvanised 2.50m 3.6 581852000
Tie rod 15.0mm galvanised .....m 1.4 581824000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 0.50m 0.73 581870000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 0.75m 1.1 581871000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 1.00m 1.4 581874000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 1.25m 1.8 581886000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 1.50m 2.1 581876000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 1.75m 2.5 581887000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 2.00m 2.9 581875000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 2.50m 3.6 581877000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 3.00m 4.3 581878000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 3.50m 5.0 581888000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 4.00m 5.7 581879000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 5.00m 7.2 581880000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 6.00m 8.6 581881000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated 7.50m 10.7 581882000
Tie rod 15.0mm non-treated .....m 1.4 581873000
Ankerstab 15,0mm

Tie-rod wrench 15.0/20.0 1.9 580594000


Ankerstabschlüssel 15,0/20,0
Galvanised
Length: 37 cm
Diameter: 8 cm

Protective cap 15.0/20.0 0.03 581858000


Schutzkappe 15,0/20,0
Yellow
Length: 6 cm
Diameter: 6.7 cm

Super plate 15.0 1.1 581966000


Superplatte 15,0
Galvanised
Height: 6 cm
Diameter: 12 cm
Width-across: 27 mm

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[kg] Article n° [kg] Article n°

Multi-trip packaging Bolt-on castor set B 33.6 586168000


Anklemm-Radsatz B
Painted blue
Doka skeleton transport box 1.70x0.80m 87.0 583012000
Doka-Gitterbox 1,70x0,80m
Galvanised
Height: 113 cm

Doka multi-trip transport box 1.20x0.80m 75.0 583011000


Doka-Mehrwegcontainer 1,20x0,80m
Galvanised
Height: 78 cm

Multi-trip transport box partition 0.80m 3.7 583018000


Multi-trip transport box partition 1.20m 5.5 583017000
Mehrwegcontainer Unterteilung
Timber parts varnished yellow
Steel parts galvanised

Doka stacking pallet 1.55x0.85m 42.0 586151000


Doka-Stapelpalette 1,55x0,85m
Galvanised
Height: 77 cm

Doka stacking pallet 1.20x0.80m 39.5 583016000


Doka-Stapelpalette 1,20x0,80m
Galvanised
Height: 77 cm

Doka accessory box 106.4 583010000


Doka-Kleinteilebox
Timber parts varnished yellow
Steel parts galvanised
Length: 154 cm
Width: 83 cm
Height: 77 cm

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