What is a tilting table?
Cross-functional tilting table is an industrial complex element for concrete goods production with magnetic timbering. With the help of magnetic equipment and a tilting table, it is possible to produce almost any reinforced concrete products (non-stressed, flat) for the buildings construction, including non-standard constructions.
Tilting tables can be used both in large-scale production plants as well as in small enterprises. External and internal wall panels, beams, columns, piles, elevator shaft products, slabs and any other flat non-standard products, etc. can be produced on them.
"M-Konstruktor" tilting tables
Structurally, a cross-functional tilting table is a steel mould, which has a T-piece profile as the stiffening core. T-shape cross direction profile connected with stiffening core (welded) reinforces the construction. The hinged frame, on which the table is placed, runs on an axis by means of telescopic cylinders, greatly simplifying the dismantling of the products. Rubber vibration suppressors separate the worktop from the hinged frame.
The accepted deviation of the forming surface from the plane is 2 mm by 3 meters. The bearing capacity of the table is 1000 kg / m2. The surface of the table is made of 10 mm thick high-hardness steel; the surface can be up to 4 m wide, and up to 12 m lengthwise.
If necessary, the concrete equipment (tables) can be assembled into a line of the required length. The configuration of the tilting table can vary depending on the needs of the employer. A hydraulic unit, a trembler, telescopic cylinders, thermal rails, skitrings, safety chains, a control cabinet and an interlocking panel apparatus can be additionally installed.
Thermal tilting table for magnetic timbering
The cost of tilting tables depends on the configuration and is specified by the specialists of the sales department.
Cross-functional tilting tables are a good buy, which does not require large investments, allowing to produce a variety of high quality concrete goods.