Aluminum formwork is a new type of building material. It was invented in 1962. After more than 50 years of development, it has been widely used in the United States, Canada, Europe, India, Malaysia, South Korea, Brazil, Vietnam, China, and other countries. Aluminium Formwork System is a construction system for forming cast in place concrete structure of a building. It is also a system for scheduling and controlling the work of other construction trades such as steel reinforcement, concrete placement, and mechanical and electrical conduits.
Aluminum Formwork Manufacturer - ADTO Mall
ADTOMall is a senior aluminum concrete forms manufacturer and supplier, in the world. We also are the premier designer of aluminum concrete forming systems and concrete formwork accessories. In the past years, ADTO mall manufactured thousands of wall ties, we produced and shipped aluminum formwork to 45 countries worldwide. Advantages of ADTOMall is engineering excellence, custom design, quality, service, labor-saving formwork products, and our leading-edge technology innovations, which saves our customers money, time, and reduces wasted effort.
Why We Use Aluminum Alloy to Manufacture Aluminum Formwork?
As we all know, the major problem of aluminum formwork is corrosion. Pure aluminum is easily chemical rusted by wet concrete. Aluminum alloys have proven to be very successful in resisting corrosion. So the commonly called aluminum formwork is made from aluminum alloy. Support trusses fabricated with aluminum alloys have been effectively used for flying forms. These forms are lightweight and allow large lengths of deck forms to be moved easily. Cast aluminum alloy molds have also been used successfully to form ornamental concrete products.
Aluminum wall formwork has also been used to produce textures on the surfaces of concrete walls. Formwork made of aluminum is in many respects similar to those made of steel. However, because of their lower density, aluminum forms are lighter than formwork requirements, Types, Materials & Accessories steel forms, and this is their primary advantage when compared with steel.
Because the strength of aluminum in handling, tension, and compression is less than the strength of steel, it is necessary to use larger sections when forms are made of aluminum. Because wet concrete can chemically attack aluminum, it is desirable to use aluminum alloys in resisting corrosion from the concrete.
1. Used repeatedly with low average use-cost.
2. Convenient and Effective Construction.
3. Saving on Construction Time.
4. Wide Application, wall, horizontal floor, column, beam, stairs, window sills, floating plate, etc.
5. High Salvage Value.
6. No construction garbage on Site.
7. Flexible to assemble according to the requirement of the respective projects.
8. Low Carbon Emission Reduction.
9. Good stability, high bearing capacity.
10. Convenient support system.
11. Good surface effect of concrete after formwork removed.