Photo Report: A House in One Day

We continue the story about our steel mould for the lower part of a tunnel house we manufactured for our Polish partners. Previous publications can be found by the hashtag tunnelhouse.
Following the fit-up assembly, the disassembled equipment was shipped to Poland where M-Konstruktor employees conducted on-site installation and verified the quality of the first concrete object.
Start-up and adjustment work took three days: pallets were installed, the equipment was assembled into the moulding position. The steel mould was once again disassembled and lubricated in order to install the reinforcement cage. Then the moulding panels were put into the shuttering position, followed by the concrete casting.
Liquid self-consolidating concrete that doesn’t require vibrators was used for this object.
It took two more days for the concrete mix to solidify and for the object to attain the stripping strength. If the object is not strong enough for moving or turning, it is left to rest on the pallets for some time with the moulding surfaces removed.
All stages of assembly and casting were performed under the supervision and guidance of the M-Konstruktor service crew. Our work is always result-oriented!
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