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No matter what type of construction project you're taking on whether it's a residential, commercial or civil project, if you're building a structure, formwork will be a necessary part of your project.
Formwork is the surface of the form and framing used to contain and shape wet concrete until it is self-supporting. Basically, formwork can be temporary or permanent molds into which materials such as concrete or other similar materials are poured.
To make the formwork stronger during construction, it's supported by scaffolding. Formwork contractors use formwork in their construction because it helps them show the exact layout of the building that they will build.
Various factors, such as structure, materials, and more determine the type of formwork used in a specific construction project. For instance, for lifting heavy equipment a formwork must have these characteristics: it should rest still on a flat surface, should be light, sturdy, and durable, and should be able to withstand extremely high temperatures.
Find concrete formwork suppliers in Charters Towers that install solid formwork correctly to ensure your project's success.
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