Stremaform® – Crack-Induced Joints Incorporating Waterstops


Speedy crack-inducing concrete jointing system from MAX FRANK.

Stremaform®, the proven “self-supporting” jointing system, can incorporate waterstops to provide reliable sealing of crack-induced joints in walls and slabs.


Stremaflex® crack-induced joints with coated metal waterstop

Stremaflex® consists of Stremaform®, with integrated Fradiflex® metal water stop. This solution prevents a connection between concreted sections (see previous news) over at least 1/3 of the structural thickness, in order to produce a controlled crack.

 


Stremaform® crack-induced joints with pvc/rubber water bar cage

The rubber water bar cage is intended for on-site installation of a working rubber water bar. It is available in widths of 200mm, 250mm and 320mm – or can be custom manufactured to your requirements. An integrated separation layer, with a width of one third of the component cross-section, provides weakening of the cross-section. A water bar cage, which is angled upwards by 15 degrees on both sides, can be specified for void-free concreting.

 

Stremaform® enables the Contractor to pour a sequence of concrete pours, whilst incorporating crack-induced joints, ultimately reducing the construction period. As a permanent formwork, Stremaform® remains in situ – eliminating the need to strip the formwork.


Reliable sealing of crack-induced joints?

Another problem solved by MAX FRANK.


 

Max Frank Limited

 
Whittle Road, Meir
ST3 7HF Stoke-on-Trent
Great Britain

Phone: +44 1782 5980 41
Fax: +44 1782 3150 56
E-mail: info@maxfrank.co.uk
Web: www.maxfrank.co.uk
 


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