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Products | Super Heavy duty Scaffolding system : RöRo Series S-50
Reconstruction after the Kobe Earthquake
Pipe shoring system of 500kN(50tf) permissible vertical resistance.
This system played an active role in the post Kobe Earthquake. Concrete
slabs formed a Viaduct for temporary support of staging erections
on steel beams. Various heavy construction supports are just a few
examples of its usage.
- Large-scale prefabrication can be done on
the ground making it easier to work at high elevations. Transportation
within the construction site allows less man-hours of assembly
and disassembly as well as shortening the construction period.
- All joints are made with dowels to facilitate the insertion
of pins and bolts with safety even for the first-timers.
- Main post, high tensile strength pipe (STK500
equivalent), alone withstands the vertical resistance of 500kN
(50tf). This high-precision verticability offers an ideal piping
shoring system especially where heavy structures needs support.
Oil pressure disassembly jacks of the RöRo
Series piping allows easy release of pressure on construction
bodies at the time of disassembly.
Disassemble jack instruction
The screw rod is independent from the slab body and
it can be moved either upward or downward. Screw rod is pushed upward
using an oil pressure jack to create a space between the handle and
the slab body and by rotating the handle. Then, with careful adjustments
on the pressure of the jack, the release of the pressure can be achieved.