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Hebei TRICO Symons Steel-Ply Forming Symons Steel Plywood Form For Concrete Formwork

Jan. 26, 2024

Steel-Ply is the most widely accepted, pre-engineered, modular formwork system in use today. It can be reused 200 times after timely replacement of plywood, and is compatible with all other industry standard formwork forming systems.It is designed for maximum versatility and can be used to form virtually any concrete structure.Steel-Ply specialty forms are used for Bulkhead Forming, Haunch Forming, Pilaster, Adjustable Pilaster Forms, and Culvert Forms.

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Steel Ply Formwork Panel Symons Concrete Forms with Plywood

Steel Ply Formwork Panel Symons Concrete Forms with Plywood



The steel-ply formwork is a pre-engineered, factory-built, reusable concrete forming system. It may be used in handset or gang form applications, for commercial or residential structures. The Steel-Ply forming system can form walls of almost any shape or size, with accessories for special structures and details. This symons seel ply forms system is more productive and economical than job-built plywood formwork or other forming methods. 

Steel-Ply Saves Time The Steel-Ply forming system saves time because it is easy to set up and strip. No measuring, sawing, drilling, or nailing is required. Minimal training is needed, so workers are quickly up to maximum efficiency. The only tool required for setup and stripping is a hammer.

The steel ply forms is equally ideal for commercial or residential structures. It uses standard sizes that can be combined to form almost any dimension. With more than 80 panel and filler sizes, this system offers maximum versatility no matter how they are combined. They can be handset or gang-formed horizontally or vertically. They can also be used for curved walls. This flexibility enables contractors to conserve materials and benefit from savings.