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MEVA at bauma 2022
After three-and-a-half years the construction industry is finally meeting up again: bauma 2022 will attract an international audience to Munich from October 24-30. MEVA will also be there and presenting smart products and solutions on 470 m² of exhibition space in formwork hall B3, booth 236.
The focus at the MEVA booth will be on new products and further developments that provide for improved safety, economic efficiency and flexibility on construction sites. The new, comprehensive and foldable system MIS – MEVA Integrated Safety includes every detail required for effective work safety in conjunction with MEVA wall formwork systems.
VarioMax is a flexible, lightweight support system for use with precast slabs. With little effort, it can also be used for in-situ concrete construction employing the classic support method using H20 formwork girders. VarioMax is made up of only three components and can be adapted to suit any building layout without a fixed grid pattern. As the prop positions are predefined, users require up to 50% fewer props.
AluFix is suitable for the construction of foundations, garden and landscape construction, construction work on existing buildings, and, in addition, is now even suitable for slab formwork. For this purpose, users require only the lowerable AluFix prop heads. This crane-independent all-round talent is lighter than comparable plastic formwork, but more durable and requires significantly fewer attachment parts.
The MevaDec 160/160 large-size panel enables particularly rapid construction progress when using the successful slab formwork. Users need up to 40% fewer props when using the panel method.
The XT taper tie 23 for single-sided tying of Mammut XT and StarTec XT wall formwork can be adjusted intuitively in 5 mm increments by means of an adjustment screw to precisely suit the wall thickness.
The new EuMax Pro prop is compatible with all MEVA slab formwork systems. With the cranked G hook and numbered holes in the inner tube, the prop can be adjusted very easily. The strengths of the classic EuMax props, such as durability through hot-dip galvanisation and a load capacity of either 20 or 30 kN for all props in the respective series, have, of course, been retained in the EuMax Pro.
A high level of cost efficiency and simple handling characterise the new products from MEVA for the up-and-coming markets in Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and the Caribbean. The lightweight slab formwork MonoDec is a convincing solution since it is safe use and optimally tailored to meet the requirements of these markets. The system made of aluminium can be used for every building geometry with only three basic elements – panels, beams and props. EcoFix is a crane-independent hand-set formwork with an excellent price-performance ratio and can be used for wall and column applications.
On the ground floor of the MEVA exhibition booth visitors can find out more about the current status quo of digitalised construction sites. MEVA partner BIM² will be on the spot to discuss the potential offered by formwork planning using Building Information Modelling.