Magnetic Shuttering Systems

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Unbeatable Combinations: MPCO magnetic shuttering systems have proven their outstanding qualities under tough practical testing. Through an ongoing development, we have developed a modular formwork system which can be used flexibly, rapidly, safely and efficiently in every field.

MPCO shuttering systems key features are: integrated high-performance magnets, flexible formwork lengths and adjustable heights, easy positioning, fixing and removal of the shuttering, either in manual, crane or robotic handling. This provides a cost effective, efficient solutions for the production of high quality precast concrete elements.

Shuttering systems

Shuttering systems

This Shuttering System, consist of a formwork profile with long groove and integrated neodymium magnetic assemblies, is available in all sized formwork’s for moulding or demoulding, like double walls and lattice girder ceilings. It used to be activated with the push of a button after positioning on the casting bed by using a foot or robot. It also can be configured in many lengths and heights, with or without chamfer or draft and ect according to customers specifications. Meanwhile, the pulling force of inserted magnet system are customized as well.

Magnetic Shuttering System is the new technology for precast concrete industry.
Universal system for precast concrete production.
Easy positioning, fasting and releasing.
Suitable for all current formwork robots or manual handling.
Variety heights is available( able to custom made).
Magnets do not have to be placed individally, it is time saving.
Varity length is available according to your requirements.
Many Chamfer option is available for our profile.

Magnetic formwork systems – is basically a means of construction that helps perform almost any task in creating formwork for reinforced concrete products. This technology is very popular in modern civil engineering when individual projects start to overwhelm standard engineering plans.