Peri rolls out Maximo wall

German formwork and scaffolding company, Peri, has introduced the new Peri Maximo.

German formwork and scaffolding company, Peri, has introduced the new Peri Maximo.

By means of a newly developed conical tie system, the wall formwork system does not require any spacer tubes and work takes place from only one side. This means maximum reductions in expense and considerable savings of time and resources.

The Maximo opens up new possibilities of designing remaining visible concrete surfaces through the arrangement of individual elements. With the BFD alignment coupler as the only connection part required for all element joints and filler timber compensations, the Maximo can be combined with TRIO panel formwork at all times.

The company has also introduced the Peri Lico, which is a new lightweight column formwork for square and rectangular cross-sections, with widths ranging from 20cm to 60cm. With additional ties, shear wall sections up to 1.3m long are possible.

All elements can be moved by hand and the connecting parts are permanently attached to the panels, which means they cannot be lost. Lico column elements are available in heights of 0.5m, 1m and 3m.

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