Underslung Movable Scaffolding System
Huada Heavy Industry's system of operating is the Movable Scaffolding Systems,This system is designed as an Overhead or Underslung Systems which consist of a cost-effective Self Movable Formwork and Falsework System. MSS is modern equipment designed to reduce cycle time and manpower with safety being a paramount concern for all types of bridges designed with cast-in-situ methods of construction. Our MSS can be configured to many bridge cross-sections, including single, double, and even triple Box Girder, U-section, T-section and more.
Underslung MSS has all the advantages similar to its overhead model, except that it gives additional users friendly feature by providing a clear space above the formwork. MSS-S Series Under-Slung MSS is very useful when the bridge designed with monotype of pier, which is normally the case when the bridge is crossing river.
The Underslung MSS includes: a steel structure, working platforms and ladders, internal and external formwork and a set of hydraulic systems that allows operating the formwork, launch the MSS and transmitte the reactions to the columns and deck already castel.
The support condition is customized according designer requirements. We can provide support all the way to the pile cap which leaves no construction mark on the pier or we can make the erection easier by clamping the MSS to the pier and this is the method to be use when the pier is high.
Our systems are designed upon the following features:
• Light weight,
• Easy to commission,
• Cost effective,
• Fast span construction
Type Selection Requirements
Main technical parameters
||25m ~ 70m
||Span weight Capacity
||380t ~ 2000t
||300t ~ 950t
||Bridge Curvature Radius
||Metal Sheet or Plywood Sheet
||Type of Bridges
||Span by span construction, continuous or simply supported
||Shape of Bridge Section
||U-Shape, Double-T, Single Box, Double Box, Box with Strut, Concrete-Steel integrated bridge.
||Production Cycle time
||10 days – 14 days depend on site condition, machinery capacity, pier height, reinforcement fabrication method and internal forming system used.
||Max. Bridge Longitudinal Slope
||Max. Bridge Transverse Slope