TRIO
Panel formwork
Product Range 4.10
Assembly Instructions
Edition 05/2005
Dokument 1
28.04.2005
12:48 Uhr
Seite 1
Contents
page
page
Overview
Introduction
Product features
Intended use
Safety instructions
Standards and regulations
1-3
4
4
4
5
5
B7
B8
B9
Part A
Basic system TRIO 270
B10
A1
A2
A3
A4
Working steps
TRIO Element
Element connection
BFD
TAR 85, Bar 85
Tie positons
Push-pull props
6-7
8-9
B11
10
11
12-13
14-15
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
Corners
right-angled corners
thick walls
obtuse and acute corners
T-junction
90°
obtuse wall connection
16
17
18
19
20
38-39
Foundations
Foundation strap
Foundation tie clamp
40
40
Shaft formwork
Shaft element TSE
42-43
Circular structures
TRIO polygonal
44
Load-carrying structures
Operating instructions
45
Part C
Add-on systems
C1
C2
C3
Teil B
Application
Extension
Extension guidelines
TRIO 330
TRIO Aluminium
TRIO Structure
Part D
Cleaning
D1
D2
Care and cleaning
Repair
Part E
Product overview
Offset
wall offset
height offset
21
22
Infills
timber
infill LA
filler support TPP
23
23
24
Stopends
stopend panel TR 24
timber and filler support
stopend panel reinforcement
25
25
26-27
Working and concreting scaffold
concreting platform
TRG 80
Guardrails
Platform system TRIO Platform
28-30
31-32
33
34-37
46-49
50
51
52
53
54-71
Legend
Important safety
instructions
Instructions
Visual control
Practical tip
Overview
To give a clearer overview, only a part
of the necessary work platforms are
shown.
B3
A2
B7
B6
B4
B6
B2
B1
B6
A3
A1
A2
B1
A4
B5
1
2
Overview
To give a clearer overview, only a part
of the necessary work platforms are
shown.
B3
A2
B7
B6
B4
B6
B2
B1
B6
A3
A1
A2
B1
A4
B5
1
2
Dokument 1
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Seite 1
Overview
A1 Element
A2 Element connection
A3 Ties
A4 Push-pull props
B1 Corners
B2 T-junction
B3 Wall offset
B4 Infills
B5 Stopend formwork
B6 Working and concreting scaffolding
B7 Extensions
3
Introduction
Whether for residential building or
industrial, for small or large building
sites, the TRIO wall formwork system
is adaptable and versatile. These
assembly instructions are provided to
ensure its problem-free use. They
show the basic TRIO system, with
formwork heights h = 270 and h = 330,
and its usage, with add-on systems
and safety features. At the end you
will find out something about the care
of the product.
The identification of the components
is made without the addition of “TRIO.
Measurements without units are given
in cm.
The individual parts of the system
h = 270 are shown in Part F with their
item numbers. Please refer to your
PERI specialist if you have any
questions.
Correct use
These assembly instructions contain
information on the handling and correct
use of the TRIO formwork system.
Safety instructions and load instructions
must be adhered to exactly.
For other uses, or use beyond that
described, it is necessary to obtain
our specific agreement and additional
construction instructions from the
operator.
The operator must ensure that the
construction and use instructions
delivered by PERI are present and
available for the workers.
Fundamentally, only materials in good
condition may be used. Damaged
components must be changed.
For the use of our products, the most
recent safety and environmental
regulations applicable to the respective
countries must be adhered to.
The assembly instructions and the
PERI offer and implementation plans
do not replace the working and
assembly instructions from the
operator on the building site.
Product features
The TRIO 270 wall formwork system
is a heavy formwork for shuttering
walls, pillars, foundations and other
concrete components.
The basic equipment includes the
panels, corner and filler elements,
alignment couplers, compensation
waler, push-pull props, work platforms
and all the necessary small parts for
assembly. The steel parts are powder
coated in red.
Shuttering is carried out with 5 element
heights and 6 widths in a grid size of
30 cm. The elements can be used
upright or on their sides.
With TRIO it is possible to fulfil the
flatness requirements of DIN 18202
up to line 7 of table 3. See GSV table
part E.
4
For all applications, the relevant
additional parts and tables are
available.
TRIO L
(aluminium powder coated in yellow)
can be combined as required with
TRIO 270.
TRIO 330
For office buildings and industrial
construction.
TRIO Structure
For components with special
demands on the surface.
Tie system DW 15 and DW 20
Safety instructions
These assembly instructions are
directed at the people who work with
the TRIO panel formwork system. Not
adhering to the assembly instructions
and the safety instructions can lead to
accidents and damage.
3. Ensure stability during all building
states.
Duties of the operator:
1. The operator must ensure that the
instructions delivered by PERI and
other necessary instructions are
available to the users.
2. All persons who work with the
product must be familiar with the
content of these instructions and
the safety instructions contained
therein.
3. The operator must inform any
people who cannot read these
instructions, or can only read them
with difficulty, on the content of
these instructions.
4. The operator must ensure that the
assembly and dismantling of the
product as well as its proper use
is overseen and lead by suitable
professionals who are authorised
to give instructions.
5. The operator must put in place the
necessary conditions for the
adherence to all valid safety
regulations.
5. Working areas must be reachable
via safely accessible routes.
General safety instructions:
1. The TRIO components must be
found to be in a faultless state
before every use. Damaged
components must be replaced by
original PERI parts.
2. The TRIO must be assembled in
such a way that all load effects are
safely transferred.
4. Safely establish working locations
for assembly, alteration and
dismantling as well as for moving.
6. People working at heights of more
than 2.00 m must be secured
against falling.
14. Only remove the lifting accessories
from the positioned formwork parts
or units after they cannot change
their position unintentionally.
15. In strong winds, move formwork
elements with guide cables. Avoid
collision with other objects.
16. Store and transport components
so that they do not change
7. During unfavourable weather
conditions, entering dangerous
areas should be avoided.
8. Only strip the components when
the concrete has sufficiently set
and the person responsible has
authorised it.
9. Carry out stripping or moving with
suitable tools. Do not pull off
formwork elements with a crane!
10. Do not endanger the stability of
building, scaffold and formwork
parts during stripping.
11. Formwork parts may only be
transported with lifting equipment
and load-carrying equipment when
suitable lifting means are available.
12. The weight of the components
may not exceed the permissible
load of the lifting equipment.
13. Remove loose parts or secure so
that they do not fall.
Standards and regulations.
DIN 4420 Working and safety scaffolds
DIN 4421 Falsework
DIN 18202 Tolerances in building
DIN 18216 Formwork ties;
requirements, testing, use
DIN 18218 Pressure of fresh concrete
on vertical formwork
UVV BGV C22 Building operations
UVV VBG 9a Load-carrying gear
BGR 169 Safety regulations for
working and safety scaffolds
BGR 187 Falsework and formwork
construction
BetrSichV Operational safety
regulations
Relevant
PERI product information
TRIO posters
TRIO lifting hooks
TRIO lifting gear combi
Pallets and stacking devices
Technical data
Test report according to GSV
Formwork technology tables
5
Working steps
Adjustable formwork
1. assemble lying flat
2. attach push-pull props
- to first element: 2 props
- second element onwards: 1 prop
3. move with crane to place of use
Secure elements against tipping
and wind!
Only remove transport hooks when
prop is properly attached!
Closing formwork with concreting
scaffold
1. attach brackets to the horizontal
elements
2. attach decking and handrail boards
3. move with crane to place of use
4. attach ties
Only remove transport hooks when
an upper tie has been attached!
Start shuttering from external or
internal corner to filler.
External corner
60
72
6
Internal corner
Working steps
Concreting
from a safe working scaffold Striking,
moving from filler to corner Consider
concrete strength!
Striking, moving from filler to corner
Consider concrete strength!
1. attach lifting hooks to TRIO element.
2. remove ties
3. remove push-pullprops
4. remove element connectors
5. move element
6. clean element
7. attach push-pull props
8. detach lifting hooks
Cleaning
with PERI BIO CLEAN and PERI spray
equipment.
7
A1 TRIO element
Overview of elements
Width cm
90
120
72
60
30
330
240
S)
S)
S) N)
S)
S)
S)
S)
S) A)
S) A) N)
S) A)
S) A)
S)
S)
S) N)
S)
S)
A) M)
A)
A)
S)
S)
S)
90
120
270
Height cm
S)
60
A)
S)
Legend
S) elements with steel frames (red powder coating)
A) elements with aluminium frames (yellow powder coating)
N) standard elements or as multi-purpose element
M) only multi-purpose element
8
TE
TGE
A1 TRIO element
Element width 240 cm
Element width 120 cm
10.3
10.4
10
10.6
10.1
10.2
10.7
10.8
10.4
10.5
10.4
10
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
TRIO element
Tie position drawn-in
Tie position in edge profile
Element strut
connection possibilities for scaffold brackets, push-pull props and other equipment
Levering corner
Transport openings
Frame
Plywood
9
A2 Element
Connection
Alignment coupler BFD
Used for:
20.3
1. Horizontal assembly
2. Attach push-pull props
– on first element:
2 push-pull props
– on second element:
1 push-pull prop
20.2
20.1
20.4
20
3. transport by crane to place of use
Secure elements against toppling
over and wind forces!
Detach lifting hook only when pushpull prop is plugged!
Fig. 1
20.2
Closing formwork with concreting
scaffolding
20.1
1. Attach bracket to horizontal element.
2. Install decking and handrail boards.
3. Transport by crane to place of use.
4. Fit tie.
Detach lifting hook only when one
top tie is installed!
Fig. 2
20.5
Form from external or internal corner
for compensation.
Fig. 3
10.3
1
2
3
10
Fig. 4
A2 Element
Connection
Compensation Waler TAR 85
The compensation waler TAR 85 23 is
used as an element connection that
braces, aligns, and transmits forces.
Used for:
– filler plates. See B4.
– corners with double wall thickness
compensation WDA. See B1.
– acute and obtuse corners. See B3.
– wall projections. See B3.
– high extensions. See B7.
23
23.1
Assembly
1. Insert the hooks 23.1 into the
connection holes 10.4 in the element.
2. Hammer wedge tight. Fig. 5.
23.2
Fig. 5
10.4
Waler 85
for stopends.
Assembly
1. Push stopend tie 25 through waler 24
and attach to the frame profile of the
elements.
2. Tighten with wingnut pivot plate 33.
Fig. 6 cross-section.
25
33
24
25
33
Fig. 6
11
A3 Tie positions
Tie system
–
–
–
–
Standard: DW 15
Approved load according to DIN 18216:
90 kN
Parts for DW 15
tie rod 30
spacing tube 31
cone 32
wingnut pivot plate 33
Fig. 7.
30
33
32
31
Fig. 7
For high formwork pressures
up to 87 kN/m2: DW 20
Approved load according to
DIN 18216: 150 kN
–
–
–
–
–
Parts for DW 20
tie rod 30
spacing tube 31
DK sealing cone 32
counterplate 34
wingnut 35
Fig. 9.
30
32
34, 35
31
Fig. 8
Miscellaneous
Tie rod spanner 36 for tigthening ties
from one side by one person only.
Plugs 37 to seal unused tie holes.
Fig. 9
36
37
Usage
– Only use as many ties as necessary.
Close unused tie holes in the elements
with plugs.
– Ensure approved tie loads are not
exceeded. See GSV tables part E.
– With high formwork pressures up to
87 kN/m2, use tie system DW 20.
– Keep to pouring speed.
Fig. 9
Tie holes closed by concrete can be
opened with a hammer blow due to
their conical shape. Fig. 9a.
Fig. 9a
12
A3 Tie positions
Angled ties using DW 15
– Secure elements against lifting.
– Angled ties can be used for vertical
and horizontal elements.
3° 3°
The conical tie hole makes angled ties
possible in all directions up to 3.
Fig. 10. Additional application
possibilities are thus available.
One-sided angled. Fig. 10a.
Max. 3.
Two-sided angled. Fig. 10b.
Max. 2 x 3.
Fig. 10
Height offset. Fig. 10c.
Max. 1 cm per 10 cm of wall thickness.
Fig. 10a
Fig. 10b
Fig. 10c
13
A4 Push-pull props
Push-pull props and kicker braces are
used for aligning the TRIO formwork,
for stability and for support against
wind forces.
The choice of the correct prop and
brace is made according to the
formwork height.
PERI Push-Pull-Props and Kicker Braces
Figure 1
Formwork height h [m]
Allowable prop spacing [m]
(max. width of influence)
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
Figure 2
7.0
9.0 10.0 11.0 12.0
8.0
3.53 2.73 2.19 1.82 1.58 1.42
Actual prop load FRS [kN]
at maximum spacing
9.7
9.7
9.8
9.8
9.8
9.6
Actual kicker load FAV [kN]
at maximum spacing
2.1
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.3
2.6
x = Distance of base plate [m]
from rear face of formwork
1.2
1.6
2.0
2.4
2.9
3.5
y = *Top connection point [m]
from top of formwork
1.0
1.2
1.5
1.8
2.0
2.0
1.93 1.67 1.49 1.35
FRS1 9.4 11.3 11.3 11.3
FRS2 9.5 8.5 9.3 10.1
x1
x2
y1
y2
2.6
2.3
2.1
1.9
4.3
2.6
1.5
4.5
4.7
2.6
1.8
5.5
5.3
2.8
1.8
6.2
5.9
3.0
1.8
6.9
*If necessary, the distance from top of formwork must be adapted to the system.
A maximum force of 11.3 kN is to be led into the building at the foot of the pushpull-prop for the given width of influence.
Wind loads:
h < 8 m = 0.5 kN/m2
8 m < h < 20 m = 0.8 kN/m2
60°
0,5 kN/m2
0,5 kN/m2
x
y2
F RS1
F RS
FAV
F RS2
h
y
Figure 1
h
0,8 kN/m2
y1
Figure 2
FAV
60°
x2
x1
14
60°
A4 Push-pull props
Assembly
43
Brace Connector
Fig. 11.
A4 Push-pull props
Push-pull props and kickers are
attached to the element with the brace
connector.
Connection is possible to the horizontal
and vertical element struts.
Fig. 12a + 12b.
44
42
44
45
1. Place the brace connector 41 onto the
element strut 10.3 such that the hook
tie 42 grips in a connecting hole 10.4.
2. Tighten the brace connector with a
triple wingnut.
Fig. 13a – horizontal cross-section
13b – vertical cross-section
Fig. 11
43
41
42
10.4
10.3
Fig. 13a
Fig. 12a
43
42
10.4
41
10.3
Push-pull props and kickers
Fig. 14.
1. Secure push-pull prop or kicker 40 on
the attachment plate 44 with pin and
cotter pin. Fig. 14a.
2. Secure base plate, for example with
PERI Multi-Monti 46. Fig. 14b.
Fig. 12b
Fig. 13b
41
44
45
Fig. 14a
41
40
Ankerschraube
Multi-Monti MMS 20 x 130
Art. Nr.: 103606
Zur Befestigung von Richtstützen,
Abspannungen bei SKYDECK
Bühnen oder auskragenden
Deckentischen ist die Multi-Monti
Schraube eine ideale Alternative zu
bisher eingesetzten
Befestigungssystemen.
Die Vorteile im Überblick
– mehrfach wiederverwendbar
– einfache Durchsteckmontage
– enorme Zeit- und Kostenersparnis
– keine Sprengwirkung des Dübels
– geprüfte Sicherheit auch in
niederfestem, nicht ausgehärtetem Beton.
Technische Daten
Ankerlänge
Klemmstärke
L
[mm]
tfix
[mm] 10-15
hnom≥ [mm]
Verankerungstiefe
[mm]
18
MDmax
[Nm]
150
SW
[mm]
30
140
a ≥
[mm]
360
Randabstand
ar ≥
[mm]
180
d ≥ [mm]
240
a
a
ar
db
ungerissenem Beton oder ungerissener Beton bei erreichter Festigkeit
βw ≥ 10 N/mm2
[mm]
Fmax [kN]
41,7
empf. FQ [kN]
empf. FZ [kN]
10,4
10,4
empf. FQ [kN]
empf. FZ [kN]
16,4
16,4
46
Sicherheitsbeiwert s = 4
empfohlene Last in B25
Abstand
Mindestbauteildicke
Bruchlastmitte
in 2 Tage altem ungerissenem Beton
bei erreichter Festigkeit
βw ≥ 10 N/mm2
empfohlene Last in B10
[mm]
dO
Durchgangsloch im zu
befestigenden Teil
ungerissener Beton
Sicherheitsbeiwert s = 4
21
a
r
a
SW 30
a
tfix
Fig. 14
130
115
hO ≥
Bohrer ø (Hammerbohrer DIN 8035)
Max. Anzugsdrehmoment
Schlüsselweite
Bohrtiefe
hnom
PERI GmbH
Postfach 12 64
89259 Weißenhorn
Tel.: 0 73 09 / 9 50 - 0
Fax: 0 73 09 / 9 51 - 0
info@peri.de
www.peri.de
Fig. 14b
15
B1 Corners
Right-angled corners
60
60
60
TRM 72
TRM 72
TRM 72
Wall thicknesses from 18 cm to
40 cm can be contiuously shuttered.
Fig 15a to 15f.
18
18
per 2 WDA 5/6
20
18
25
30
18
18
2 WDA 5
1 WDA 5/6
The infill is made using compensators.
These are:
wall thickness compensator WDA 18
or infill provided by contractor 50
TRM 72
TRM 72
18
1 WDA 5/6
60
60
60
TRM 72
– Wall thickness d = 30 cm is without
infill.
– With wall thickness d < 30 cm, infill
on the inside.
– With wall thickness d > 30 cm infill on
the outside.
per 1 WDA
18
50
2 WDA 5
35
40
X
Fig. 15a - 15f
External corner
consisting of:
TRIO element TR 60 11 and TRIO
element TR 72 12
Alignment coupler BFD 20 (5 BFD with
h = 2.70 m). Fig. 16.
11
13
12
20
– Element TR 72 must always be on the
right when seen from the outside, and
must cover element TR 60 11.
– Make sure alignment coupler is fitted
correctly. Fig. 16a.
20
Internal corner
consisting of:
TRIO corner TE 13 or corner TAE (alu)
alignment coupler BFD 20
(2 BFD for h = 2.70 m). Fig. 17.
For the number of alignment couplers
for other element heights, see TRIO
poster.
Fig. 16
Plan view
TR
60
72
12
TR
11
Fig.16a
16
Fig. 17
B1 Corners
Right-angled corners with large wall
thicknesses
Wall thickness 60 cm
Permissible fresh concrete pressure
60 kN/m2
60
TE
90
60
240
L
60
TRM 72
240
240
Element connection with:
– alignment coupler BFD 20
3 BFD with h = 2.70 m and over a
length of L of 2.25 m per element joint
– compensation waler TAR 85 23
Fig. 18a + 18b.
240
90
20
L
Fig. 18b
23
Fig. 18a
Wall thickness 80 cm
Permissible fresh concrete pressure
60 kN/m2
L
240
TE
80
120
240
240
80
Element connection with:
– alignment coupler BFD 20
3 BFD with h = 2.70 m and over a
length of L of 3.0 m per element joint
– universal waler 245 26
waler stop 27
tie rod cylinder yoke 28
Fig. 19a + 19b.
120
240
L
26
Fig. 19a
20
28
Fig. 19b
27
17
B1 Corners
Obtuse and acute corners
14
Angles from 75° can be shuttered with
the TRIO articulated corner TGE 14.
Fig. 20a + 20b.
14
The alignment couplers BFD are
assembled from the bottom up for
external and internal corners.
min 75°
max 165°
Fig. 20
For the number of alignment couplers
for other element heights, see TRIO
poster.
3 3
3 3,3
External corner
The external corner should be stabilized
with compensation waler TAR 85 23.
Fig. 21.
14
TR 60
TR
60
Fig. 21
Internal corner. Fig. 22.
Fig. 22
Infills for external
and internal corners.
internal X
external X
x
Wall thickness (cm)
Angle
25
30
35
36
40
165°
9.2
8.5
7.8
7.2
7.1
6.5
150°
6.2
4.9
3.5
2.2
1.9
0.9
135°
3.1
1.0
1.1
3.2
3.6
5.2
120°
0.5
3.4
6.2
9.1
9.7
12.0
105°
4.6
8.4
5.8
1.9
1.5
1.9
75°
13.8
7.3
0.8
5.7
7.0
12.2
x
20
18
12
0°
B2 T-junction
90 T-junction
20
18
25
Es sind Wandstärken von 18 cm bis
60 cm stufenlos schalbar.
18
13
– wall thickness of d = 30 cm is without
infill. Fig. 23a.
– with wall thickness d < 30 cm, infill is
on the inside. Fig. 23b – d.
– with wall thickness d >30 cm, infill is
on the outside. Fig. 23e – f.
1 WDA 5/6
18
13
1 WDA 5/6
18
1 WDA 5/6
15
Infills are made with compensators.
These are:
wall thickness compensation WDA 18
or infill provided by contractor 50
15
Fig. 23b
28
30
50
13
Assembly
– Shutter the T-junction with TRIO corner
element TE 13.
– Shutter the opposite straight wall with
a TRIO element TR 90 15 or
TR 120 16.
Fig. 23a – 23h.
13
90
90
15
15
Fig. 23d
Fig. 23a
40
35
With two infills (wall thickness
compensation):
Insert one wall thickness
compensation each on the right and
left of the element.
Fig. 23c
13
13
90
90
18
15
1 WDA 5/6
Fig. 23e
15
Fig. 23f
18
1 WDA 5
50
60
13
18
18
1 WDA 5
Arrangement and number of
horizontal walers 85 24, 25 and
connection parts 55 see stopend with
timber. Fig. 35.
13
1 WDA 5
120
120
16
16
Fig. 23g
24
Fig. 23h
25
55
Fig. 23i
19
B2 T-junction
Obtuse wall connection
With large panel TR 270 x 240.
Fig. 24a.
Fig. 24a
With multi-panel TRM 72. Fig. 24b.
Fig. 24b
With wall thickness compensation
WDA 18 or timber. Fig. 24c.
Fig. 24c
With cam nut 19. Fig. 24d.
19
Fig. 24d
20
B3 Wall offset
Wall offsets using wall thickness =
30 cm as an example
51 17
23 50
Wall offset ≤ 20 cm.
≤ 20
30
Fig. 25
20
29
25 11
12
23
50
13
60
Fig. 26
25 11
23
60
TRM 72
30
TRM 72
12
23
50
13
81 - 90
–
–
–
–
–
–
Wall offset 81 – 90 cm
Consisting of internal and external
corner. Prepared with:
element TR 60 11
multi panel TRM 72 12
TRIO corner TE 13
compensation waler TAR 85 23
infill provided by contractor 50
additional tie point 30
Fig. 27.
23
60
TRM 72
Wall offset 21 – 80 cm
Consisting of internal and external
corner. Prepared with:
element TR 60 11
multi panel TRM 72 12
TRIO corner TE 13
compensation waler TAR 85 23
hook tie 25
infill provided by contractor 50
Fig. 26.
30
TRM 72
–
–
–
–
–
–
Prepared with:
compensation waler TAR 85 23
hook tie DW 15/400 29
infill provided by contractor 50
filler support 51
element TR 30 17
additional BFD 20 for 12 cm and more
wall offset.
Fig. 25.
21 - 80
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
Fig. 27
20 11
50
TRM 72
60
12
Nailed boards make the adjustment of
the offset easier.
TRM 72
13
91 - 100
–
–
–
–
–
Wall offset 91 – 100 cm
Consisting of internal and external
corner. Prepared with:
element TR 60 11
multi panel TRM 72 12
TRIO corner TE 13
compensation waler TAR 85 23
infill provided by contractor 50
Fig. 28.
60
Fig. 28
21
B3 Wall offsets
Height offset
With height offsets, the alignment
couplers BFD 20 are mounted
alternately on the frame struts of the
left and right elements depending on
the offset.
Fig. 29
20
Fig. 29
22
B4 Infill
With timber provided by contractor
≤ 10 cm
50
20
The infill is made with timber 50 cut
to size. Fig. 30.
– With an infill > 2.5 cm, tie centrally in
the timber.
– The alignment couplers BFD 20 are
arranged the same as with standard
elements.
– The wingnut swivel plate must overlap
the frames of the adjoining elements
by at least 1 cm.
Fig. 30
TRIO Filler Plate LA from 6 to 36 cm.
52
Always place tie through the infill 52!
52
With identical infills on both sides, the
compensation waler TAR 85 23 is
attached with the hooks from above.
Fig. 31. Tie is placed in upper tie hole
a. Fig. 31a.
The lower compensation waler TAR
85 23 must be attached to the strut
with the hooks from below if a TRIO
element, e.g. multipanel TRM 72, is
present on the opposite side. Fig. 31b.
Tie is placed in the lower tie hole b.
Fig. 31a.
a
b
Fig. 31a
23
Fig. 31
Fig. 31b
23
B4 Infill
TRIO filler support TPP infill from
20 to 36 cm
consisting of:
– filler support 53 (2x)
– filler plate 21 mm 51
Fig. 32.
It should be fixed in such a way that
tie forces are transferred centrally
through the compensation waler TAR
85 23 to the neighbouring elements.
Fig. 33.
51
Mounting
Fig. 32a
53
Fig. 32
max. 36
Fig. 32a
23
53
51
Fig. 33
24
B5 Stopends
Stopend panel TR 24
for wall thicknesses of 24 cm.
Fig. 34.
54
– The stopend panel TR 24 54 can also
be used as a wall element.
– The element TR 30 can be used as a
stopend panel for wall thicknesses of
30 cm (without illustration).
Fig. 34
Stopend with timber and filler plate
for walls of all thicknesses
Use without TR 270 x 240 at wall end.
Connection parts:
– waler 85 24
– stopend tie 25 with wingnut pivot plate
– tie bracket AH 55 with tensioning
fittings
Fig. 35.
24
25
Use with TR 270 x 240 at wall end
(without illustration).
Connection parts:
– waler 85 24 (3x)
– stopend tie 25 with wingnut pivot plate
The pressure of the concrete is
transferred to the TRIO elements by
the stopend ties and the walers 85.
Fig. 35
55
25
B5 Stopends
Stopend panel reinforcement
without water bar
H = 2.70 m and 1.20 m
Concrete cover c:
Consisting of:
– two external parts AT 3 56 for approx.
2.5 cm concrete slabs or two external
parts AT 5 for approx. 5 cm concrete
slabs
– a central part MT 57. Fig. 36.
Ø
Reinforcement
b
d
c
d-b
c=
2
c
The rubber lip 56.1 allows a continuous
reinforcement thickness of 16 mm.
Assembly
1. Position the first side of the formwork.
2. Attach the first external part AT 56 to
the formwork positioned using
alignment couplers BFD 20.
3. Fix first layer of reinforcement.
4. Position centre part MT 57.
5. Fix second layer of reinforcement.
6. Position closing formwork.
7. Insert second external part AT 56 into
the middle part MT.
8. Secure with alignment coupler
BFD 20.
Fig. 37
16* 16*
56.1
56
57
56
Fig. 36
* mm
57
20
Fig. 37
26
B5 Stopends
Stopend panel reinforcement with
water bar
H = 2.70 m and 1.20 m.
Consisting of:
– two external parts AT 3 56 for approx.
2.5 cm concrete slab or two external
parts AT 5 for approx. 5 cm concrete
slab
– a centre part MT 58. Fig. 38.
The rubber lip 56.1 allows a continuous
reinforcement thickness of 16 mm.
Assembly
1. Position the first side of the formwork.
2. Attach the first external part AT 56 to
the formwork positioned using
alignment couplers BFD 20.
3. Fix first layer of reinforcement.
4. Position central part MT 58.
5. Fix second layer of reinforcement.
6. Position closing formwork.
7. Insert second external part AT 56
into the centre part MT.
8. Secure with alignment coupler
BFD 20.
Fig. 39a + 39b.
16*
16*
56.1
56
58
Fig. 38
* mm
Fig. 39a
Wall thickness d [cm]
d-b
-
Ø
Reinforcement
MT
MT
MT
MT
270x20
270x24/25
270x30
270x35/36
Concrete cover approx. ca. 25 mm
[mm]
–
–
118
158
218
268
c
d
b
c
c=
b
H = 2,70 m
AT 270x3
AT 270x5
Stopend panel reinforcement with
expanding water bar.
Consisting of:
– two external parts AT 56
– middle part MTF 58
– filler plates 51, provided by the
contractor
Fig. 39b.
20
56
58
51
MTF
MTF
MTF
MTF
H = 1,20 m
AT 120x3
AT 120x5
MT
MT
MT
MT
120x20
120x24/25
120x30
120x35/36
MTF
MTF
MTF
MTF
Fig. 39b
270x20
270x24/25
270x30
270x35/36
120x20
120x24/25
120x30
120x35/36
118
158
218
268
–
–
118
158
218
268
118
158
218
268
Concrete cover approx. ca. 50 mm
20 24/25 30 35/36 24/25 30 35/36 40
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
without water bar
with water bar
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
without water bar
with water bar
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
without water bar
1
1
1
1
without water bar
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
with water bar
1
1
1
1
with water bar
1
1
1
1
27
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Concreting platform 120/270
Pre-assembled concreting platform
120/270 60
Fig. 40
Permissible operating weight
1.50 kN/m2.
Scaffold group 2
61
61.1
60
Assembly
1. Raise handrail frame 61 and secure
with pins 61.1. Fig. 40a.
Fig. 40a
Fig. 40
61.1
2. Raise connection hook 62 until they
click into place. Fig. 41.
The sliding collar 62.1 must be at the
bottom. Fig. 41a.
62.1
62
3. Attach concreting platform 60 to
4-chain lifting gear. Fig. 42a + 42b.
Fig. 41a
The attachment points are marked in
yellow.
62
Fig. 41
Fig. 42b
60
Fig. 42a
Fig. 42
28
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Concreting platform 120/270
Assembly
4. Attach the concreting platform to the
upper edge of the formwork with the
connection hook. Use guide rope 62.3
from below. Fig. 43.
5. Detach 4-chain lifting gear. The safety
catch 62.2 grips under the frame profile
and secures. Fig. 44.
Visual check of the safety catch.
6. Attach side rail, e.g side rail 55.
The concreting platform must be
removed for storage of the elements.
62.3
Fig. 43
62.2
Fig. 44
29
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Concreting platform 120/270
Always place in an inclined position
before lifting by crane.
Place handrail frame in an inclined
position
1. Take out cotter pin and safety pin 61.1.
2. Angle safety rail backwards at a max.
of 15.
3. Replace safety pin and secure with
cotter pin.
4. Safety rail is now in an inclined position.
Fig. 45a – 45d.
61.1
Fig. 45a
Fig. 45b
Fig. 45c
Fig. 45d
ca. 15°
30
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Scaffold bracket TRG 80 and 120
A concreting scaffold is attached to
the TRIO formwork with scaffold
brackets 63. Fig. 46.
Allowed operating weight:
1.5 kN/m2. Scaffold Group 2
80
120
63
Decking and safety rails must attached
in such a way that they cannot tip or
bend.
270
– Scaffolding parts provided by the
contractor must be in accordance
with the relevant safety regulations
(in Germany, DIN 4420).
– Timber parts must be of at least
Sort Class S10 according to
DIN 4074 and must be identified
(BGR 169).
– Cross-section of the safety planks:
3 cm x 15 cm.
– Secure boards.
Fig. 46
With extended formwork units, the
scaffolding is assembled in the course
of the pre-assembly.
Allowed load width in m for
wooden plank or board scaffold
decking
Table 8, DIN 4420 Part 1
Scaffold Group
Plank or board width
(cm)
Board or plank thickness (cm)
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
1, 2, 3
5.0
20
1.25
1.50
1.75
2.25
2.50
24 and 28
1.25
1.75
2.25
2.50
2.75
31
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Scaffold bracket TRG 80 and 120
Assembly
1. Attach the scaffold brackets 63 in the
attachment holes of the elements. Fig.
47. Attachment is possible on the
horizontal, fig. 47a, and vertical, fig.
47b, element struts.
63
Visual check of the connection parts.
2. Lay out the decking planks from below
over the complete width of the
brackets and attach.
270
3. Insert safety rails and fasten with nails.
Fig. 47a
4. Attach side rails, e.g. FTF side rails
64. Fig. 48.
Fig. 47
Fig. 47b
64
30
0m
5m
2,1
1,3
h
t
id
rt w
h
idt
x.
ma
x
ma
Fig. 48
32
dw
po
up
.s
loa
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Guardrails
consisting of:
– handrail post holder TRIO 65
– handrail post HSGP 66
Fig. 49.
66
With a falling height > 3.0 m guardrails
on the scaffolding edge is necessary.
Assembly is carried out horizontally.
With vertical assembly, this is carried
out, for example, from a mobile
scaffold.
65
> 3,0 m
Assembly
1. Attach handrail post holder TRIO 65
in the connection holes of the
elements.
Only possible on vertical struts.
2. Secure with cotter pin.
3. Insert handrails HSGP 66.
4. Insert safety rails and secure with nails.
5. Assemble aide de levage TRP 67.
6. Lift with crane.
When raising the element, it should
be ensured that the safety rail is not
damaged by the crane sling. Fig. 50.
Fig. 49
With extended formwork units,
assemble the guardrails during the
pre-assembly.
66
Dismantling
Do not lay formwork elements onto
the handrail post holders TRIO 65.
65
– Scaffolding parts provided by the
contractor must be in accordance
with the relevant safety regulations
(in Germany, DIN 4420).
– Timber parts must be of at least
Sort Class S10 according to
DIN 4074 and must be identified
(BGR 169).
– Cross-section of the safety planks:
3 cm x 15 cm.
– Secure boards with nails.
0m
2,1 ,35 m
h1
w
idt
ad
w
o
t
l
r
x.
po
ma
up
.s
x
ma
h
idt
Fig. 50
33
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Platform system TRIO Platform
This is a platform system with
integrated access ladder 68.
Allowed operating weight:
1.5 kN/m2. Scaffold Group 2.
68
Assembled platforms remain on the
element for:
– transport across the building site
– folded up for transport between
building sites.
Height: 2.70 m, Fig. 51.
Move with 2 TRIO lifting hooks
1.5 tonne
Fig. 51
Extended height: 5.40 m, fig. 52. Lift
using Erection Aid TRP.
Base extension height: 3.90 m
consisting of TR 120 x 240 and
TR 270 x 240. Fig. 53.
Fig. 52
Fig. 53
34
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Assembly
10
1. Lay formwork elements 10 onto a level
surface. Fig. 54.
68
2. Attach platform 68 to the horizontal
strut with pins 68.1. Fig. 55 + 55a.
Fig. 54
68.1
Fig. 55a
Fig. 55
3. Fold out the guardrails and lock in
place. Fig. 56, 56a – 56c.
68.2
Fig. 56c
Fig. 56
Fig. 56b
Fig. 56a
35
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Assembly
68.4
Starting from the top.
4. Fold out the platforms 68.3. Fig. 57.
5. Fasten TRP strut 121 68.4. For the
lower attachment, press the platform
lightly forwards. Fig. 57a + 57b.
6. Install TRP push-pull props 68.5.
Fig. 57c + 57d.
68.4
Fig. 57a
Fig. 57b
68.5
68.3
68.5
Fig. 57c
Fig. 57
Fig. 57d
7. Secure TRP push-pull props 68.5.
Fig. 58 + 58a.
68.6
Fig. 58
68.6
36
Fig. 58a
B6 Working and
Concreting Scaffold
Assembly
8. Secure TRP ladder 68.7 and the
Erection Aid TRP 68.8 with extended
units. Fig. 59.
68.7
68.8
Fig. 59
9. Unfold side rails.
10. Secure external push-pull props (RSS)
68.9 for inclined support. Fig. 60.
11. Lift with crane and secure e.g. with
PERI Multi Monti.
68.9
Fig. 60
37
B7 Extensions
Extension instructions for horizontal
pre-assembly
up to h = 5.40 m
Keep to permissible load of 1.5 t
(TRIO lifting hook) and crane
capacity!
TR 30 / 60 / 72
TR 90 / 120
TR 270 x 240
≤ 5,40
Element connection:
with one or more horizontal element
joints always use alignment coupler
BFD 20. Fig. 61a – 61d.
2,70
Extension possibilities, number and
arrangement of alignment couplers
BFD, compensation walers TAR 85
and formwork ties can be found on
the TRIO poster.
20
– Pre-assemble extension units
horizontally, with the formlining
downwards. Place timber or boards
underneath. Assembly surface must
be level.
TRIO Versetzhaken 1,5t
Art.-Nr. 023690
Fig. 61a
Fig. 61b
Fig. 61c
4,80
Lift with crane. Fig. 62.
2,70
Betriebsanleitung
Fig. 61d
38
Fig. 62
B7 Extensions
Extension instructions for horizontal
pre-assembly
up to h = 8.10 m
TR 90 / 120
Element connection:
With extension units h > 5.40 m, the
element joints are made with
alignment couplers BFD 20 and
compensation walers TAR 85 23.
Fig. 63a + 63b.
≥ 1,20
≤ 1,20
2,70
23
20
When using an element TR 30 as the
last extension element, the upper tie
position does not have to be used.
2,40
≤ 8,10
– Pre-assemble the extension units
horizontally, with the formlining
downwards. Lay timber or boards
underneath. The assembly surface
must be level.
– Extension units up to a height of
h = 8.10 m can be lifted with a crane
without additional bracing.
Fig. 64.
Fig. 63b
Fig. 63a
Fig. 64
39
B8 Foundation
formwork
Foundation strap
Foundation strap 80 is provided for
shuttering of single foundations
according to the so-called “arming
vane” principle. Attach fixing board 81
with nails. Fig. 65.
80
2,4
0m
max 1,0 m
x
ma
81
Fig. 65
Foundation tie clamp
In the absence of lower tie positions
in strip and single foundations, the
foundation tie clamp is used with
perforated foundation ties.
Required perforated foundation tie
length:
foundation width + 50 cm
85
SW 14
86
85.1
85.2
max. 1,20 m
Assembly
1. Place elements onto the perforated
tie 86.
2. Attach the foundation tie clamp 85 in
the lowest connection hole with pin
85.1.
3. Attach perforated tie to the tensioning
lever 85.2.
4. Tension with ratchet spanner.
Permissible tensile force: 16 kN.
Fig. 66.
85
0m
2,7
86
12
Fig. 66
40
ca. 25
41
B9 Shaft formwork
Shaft element TSE
For fast striking and moving of shaft
formwork.
≤ 30°
90
Load capacity 2.0 tonnes
– From TRIO element TR 30 there is the
possibility to connect TRIO elements
with shaft element TSE.
– The connection to TR 24 and TRIO
corner is not possible.
2t
2t
2t
2t
Minimum shaft width 1.30 m
Assembly
1. Insert shaft element 90 between two
TRIO elements. Fig. 67.
2. Secure with pin and cotter pin 90.1.
Fig. 68.
– With TRIO element TR 30 fasten in
the inner hole.
– With TRIO elements TR 60, 72, 90,
120 fasten in the outer hole.
3. Move element unit to place of use
and fasten to the internal formwork
with alignment couplers BFD. Fig. 69.
4. Bring shaft element into shuttering
position with crowbar. Press crowbar
downwards. Fig. 70a + 70b.
5. Position tie rod through the shaft
element.
10
Fig. 67
90.1
TR 30
Fig. 68
42
Fig. 69
Fig. 70a + 70b
B9 Shaft formwork
Shuttering
10
Abb.71a
– The opposite infill in the external
formwork is 10 cm wide.
– Tie through the shaft element.
Fig. 71a.
45,5
18
Striking
Do not exceed crane capacity!
With rectangular shafts, an adjustable
crane sling is necessary due to the
varying lengths of the sides to achieve
as near as possible the same tensile
load on all four sides.
2,5
2,5
Fig. 71b
1.Dismantle tie components.
2. Attach crane sling to all four shaft
elements.
3. Pull gently and bring the shaft elements
with the crowbar into the striking
position. Fig. 72. The shuttering size
reduces by 2.5 cm on each side of the
shaft. Fig. 71b.
4. Pull up the whole internal shaft
formwork.
Fig. 72
Extensions
Place shaft elements one above the
other and connect with pins 90.2.
Fig. 73.
90.2
Fig. 73
43
B10 Circular
structures
TRIO polygonal
With suitable element widths and
infills, circular structures can be
shuttered with TRIO. See table below.
Ties are placed through the infills.
min. 4
20
2,6°
– In order not to detract from the
effectiveness of the alignment couplers
BFD 20, the elements may only deviate
by a max. of 2.6° from the centre point.
Fig. 74.
– The width of the internal infill
50 = min. 4 cm.
– The width of the external infill
50 = max. 10 cm. Fig. 75.
– Do not attach alignment coupler
BFD 20 on the struts. Fig. 76.
2,6°
50
2,6°
2,6°
Fig. 74
50
max. 10
Fig. 75
20
Minimum radii based on element widths
Element width
TR 30
TR 60
TR 72
TR 90
TR 120
TR 240
TR 270
min. radius
3.55 m
6.90 m
8.25 m
10.25 m
13.60 m
26.95 m
30.30 m
R
deviation
from curve
S
4 mm
7 mm
8 mm
11 mm
14 mm
28 mm
31 mm
Fig. 76
s
R
Plan view. Fig. 77.
Fig. 77
44
B11 Lifting
equipment
Operating instructions
When using lifting equipment, the
following operating instructions
must be taken into consideration:
– TRIO lifting hooks
– TRIO lifting gear combi-2
– TRIO lifting gear 3
– pallets and stacking devices
TRIO Versetzhaken 1,5t
Art.-Nr. 023690
TRIO Kombigehänge-2
Art.-Nr. 044760
Transportgehänge-3
Art.-Nr. 044770
Paletten und
Stapelrungen
Betriebsanleitung
Betriebsanleitung
Betriebsanleitung
Betriebsanleitung
45
C1 TRIO 330
Standard join
20
Connecting elements with alignment
coupler BFD 20. Fig. 78.
Amount: 3 pieces.
➃
Up to concreting heights of 3.30 m,
only tie positions ➀ and ➂ are used.
330
➂
➁
➀
Fig. 78
270
330
Combination h = 330 with
h = 270
Fig. 79.
Fig. 79
20
External corner
Element connection with alignment
coupler BFD 20.
Amount: 7 pieces.
Fig. 80.
Fig. 80
46
C1 TRIO 330
Obtuse and acute corners
3 3
3 3,3
External corners
Element connection with alignment
coupler BFD and compensation waler
TAR 85. Fig. 81.
Amount:
20
2 x 8 BFD 20
2 x 2 TAR 23
Fig. 81
Internal corners
Element connection with alignment
coupler BFD. Fig. 82.
23
20
Fig. 82
Amount: 2 x 5 BFD 20.
23
20
Extensions h = 330 with
h = 270
Element connection with alignment
coupler BFD and compensation waler
TAR 85. Fig. 83.
Amount h = 330: 2 x 6 BFD 20
2 x 3 TAR 23
Amount h = 270: 2 x 6 BFD 20
2 x 2 TAR 23
Fig. 83
47
C1 TRIO 330
Extension guidelines for horizontal
pre-assembly
270
with combination h = 330 + 270
Number of ties: 5 for each height
Fig. 84a.
270
600
600
240
Fig. 84a
with combination h = 270 + 330
Number of ties: 4 for each height
Fig. 84b.
Fig. 84b
Extension guidelines for horizontal
pre-assembly
up to 5.40 m
Fig. 84c.
540
330
540
330
Fig. 84c
Combination h = 330
+ 330 horizontal + 60
Fig. 84d.
Fig. 84d
48
C1 TRIO 330
Extension guidelines for horizontal
pre-assembly
up to h = 8.10 m
330
TR 90 / 120
Element connection
With extension units h > 5.40 m,
element joins are made with alignment
coupler BFD 20 and compensation
waler TAR 85 23. Fig. 85a + 85b.
23
20
660
When using an element TR 30 as the
last extension element, the uppermost
tie position does not have to be used.
Fig. 85c.
240
– Pre-assemble extension units
horizontally, with the formlining
downwards. Place timber or boards
underneath. The assembly surface
must be level.
Abb.85a
3,30
≤ 8,10
≥ 1,20
Fig. 85b
Fig. 85c
49
C2 TRIO Alu
90
When using TRIO Alu elements, the
same formwork guidelines apply as
with TRIO 270 steel.
72
270
– It can be combined with TRIO steel.
– Concrete pressure is 60 kN/m2, line 6.
– For element connection see A2.
Element widths for h = 2.70 m:
90/72/TAM 72/60/30 cm.
Fig. 86a – 86e.
Fig. 86a
– With extensions together with steel
elements, the Alu elements must be
on top.
– When using TRIO Alu elements, the
corners can be shuttered and struck
without a crane. Fig. 87.
TAM 72
60
Fig. 86c
Fig. 86d
72
60
TAE
Fig. 87
50
Fig. 86b
30
Fig. 86e
C3 TRIO Structure
TRIO Structure has been developed
for special concrete surfaces. See also
TRIO Structure brochure.
The TRIO frame element is delivered
with backing formlining 10.9 that can
be covered with profile boards 10.8
(plank pattern). Fig. 88.
When using TRIO Structure elements,
the same formwork guidelines apply
as for TRIO 270 steel.
10.9
10.8
It can be combined 100% with
TRIO 270 and TRIO 330 steel.
Assembly of profile boards
Attachment can be made from the
front or back.
Fig. 88
11
TS 60
12
TSM 72
Corner 90°. Fig. 89.
– element TSM 72 12
– element TS 60 11
– corner TSE 13
TSE
13
Fig. 89
30
12
23
14
72
30
TSM 72
21 mm
Corner 135°. Fig. 90.
articulated corner TSGE 14
element TSM 72 12
element TS 60 11
compensation waler TAR 85 23
M
TS 60
TS
–
–
–
–
21 mm
TS
60
TSGE
11
Fig. 90
51
D1 Care and
cleaning
What should be done?
Why?
1. Spray new formwork all over with release agent,
e.g. PERI BIO Clean before first use.
Provides fundamental protection against adhesion
and corrosion – before first soiling cover completely
with release agent.
2. Spray formwork with PERI Bio Clean after striking
each time, then clean.
Helps to remove concrete remains and eases
cleaning. Use of force and scraping is unnecessary.
Formliner / paint stay intact.
3. For long storage periods, e.g. bad weather, store
formwork after cleaning and spraying.
The frame is thus protected against corrosion &
formlining against weathering.
4. Spray moving parts regularly with release agent
and/or grease as required.
Removes rust, prevents corrosion and maintains
ease of movement of parts.
5. Transport elements with suitable and secure
transport equipment and lifting gear.
Prevents damage by incorrect transport.
6. Ensure proper storage of elements and
accessories. Prevents damage of the element
frames and accessories.
Damage to the formlining caused by denting etc. is
also prevented.
7. Do not throw or drop accessories.
The parts remain functional.
8. Do not use unnecessary force during assembly
and dismantling.
The parts remain functional.
Care tips
Tips for cleaning
During cleaning, store the element securely!
It is not permitted to clean elements that are
hanging from a crane!
Remove concrete rest!
1. Spray the reverse side of the formwork with water
immediately after concreting.
Concrete not yet hardened and can be easily removed,
thus reducing cleaning effort.
2. After striking, spray the formwork all over with
PERI BIO Clean.
Mixes and removes concrete residue, makes later
mechanical cleaning easier.
3. Before mechanical cleaning, remove nails, batons,
etc. from the formlining.
Prevents unnecessary enlargement of nail holes and
damage to formlining. Also prevents damage to
cleaning tools.
4. Use a suitable tool, e.g. scraper, to clean element
mechanically.
5. Brush elements after mechanical cleaning. Remove
dust and concrete residue.
6. If necessary, spray elements again after shuttering.
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The formlining surface is clean for next use.
D2 Repair
Small repairs can be made at the
building site, e.g. with veneer plugs
and timber pieces.
Large repairs, e.g. formlining change,
must be carried out by PERI or at a
suitable workshop.
Instructions can be found in the PERI
Cleaning and Repair Service brochure
or from PERI.
Necessary spare parts and tools can
be found in the PERI delivery
programme.
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TRIO Steel Panels, h = 2.70m
Weight kg
Item no.
329,00
022570
Panel TR 270x240 = 6.48m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
2400
300
600
300
600
300
300
575
300
150
600
300
ø 24
150
300
2700
300
ø 24
300
75
75
680
120
150
300
575
300
ø 24
540
ø 27
Panel TR 270x120 = 3.24m2
Panel TR 270x30 = 0.81m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
159,00
52,90
150
540
1320
120
Detail:
The tapered tie hole allows
the tie to be angled at 6° in
any direction.
Levering corner
100
100
150
022510
022560
1200
300
300
300
120
2700
2700
ø 24
ø 27
Detail:
The tapered tie hole allows
the tie to be angled at 6° in
any direction.
25
Levering corner
54
Also with levering corner as
from the year 2002
25
Panel TR 270x90 = 2.43m2
Panel TR 270x60 = 1.62m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
Weight kg
Item no.
112,00
80,30
022520
022550
900
300
600
300
2700
2700
300
Also with levering corner as
from the year 2002
Panel TR 270x72 = 1.94m2
Multi Panel TRM 270x72 = 1.94m2
For external corners, for oblique
angles, wall junctions, stopends etc..
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
Complete with:
Plug 20/24 (44x)
89,20
93,80
022530
022540
ø 24
30 30
30 30 30
25
49
720
720
300
300
300
2700
2700
300
23
600
37
575
300
150
300
Also with levering corner as
from the year 2002
Levering corner
150
300
575
600
ø 24
25
25
150
150
55
TRIO Steel Panels, h = 1.20m
Panel TR 120x240 =2.88m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
Weight kg
Item no.
160,00
022514
2400
300
600
600
600
300
1320
540
120
540
Panel TR 120x120 =1.44m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
67,90
022600
1200
25
300
300
52,80
150
25
022610
900
1200
300
56
300
325
300
300
1200
25
Panel TR 120x90 =1.08m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
150
300
300
1200
150
200
300
300
800
300
200
300
25
150
Panel TR 120x72 =0.86m2
Multi Panel TRM 120x72 =0.86m2
For external corners, for oblique
angles, wall junctions, stopends etc.
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
Complete with:
Plug 20/24 (44x)
Weight kg
Item no.
43,50
51,90
022620
022630
ø 20
25
720
49
30
30 30
720
300
150
25
150
Panel TR 120x60 =0.72m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
39,50
333
150
23
600
37
ø 24
867
300
1200
1200
300
37
30
300
25
150
022640
600
1200
300
24,90
022650
300
1200
Panel TR 120x30 =0.36m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
57
TRIO Steel Panels, h = 0.60m
Panel TR 60x90 = 0.54m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
Weight kg
Item no.
31,40
022790
900
300
300
120
300
600
300
300
TRIO TR 60x60 panel = 0.36m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
24,20
022810
600
600
300
Panel TR 60x30 = 0.18m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
14,60
022820
600
300
Panel TR 60x72 = 0.43m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
26,30
022800
720
600
300
18,00
022840
300
35
300
120
300
600
35
300
Inside Corner TE 60-2 = 0.36m2
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
58
Weight kg
Item no.
70,50
33,50
022580
022660
Inside Corner TE
For 90° inside corners.
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
TE 270-2 = 1.62m2
TE 120-2 = 0.72m2
300
300
300
300
575
300
300
120
35
35
300
584
33
300
300
300
575
300
023200
023300
300
300
584
300
333
300
300
ø 24
575
1200
300
300
ø 24
x
300
300
33
33
300
292
300
94,80
43,60
≥ 75°
120
292
2700
TGE 270 = 1.62m2
TGE 120 = 0.72m2
300
300
333
575
Articulated Corner TGE
For oblique angles from 75°.
Can be used internally and externally.
To be used as a 90° inside corner
with TVR 45/45 Offset Waler.
Fitted with Steel formlining.
300
ø 24
300
ø 24
1200
300
865
300
300
35
300
2700
300
Detail x
ø 24
33
30
30
30
59
Shaft Panel TSE 270 = 0,27m2
Shaft Panel TSE 120 = 0,12m2
For lifting complete internal formwork
in shafts. Height extendable.
Complete with:
Pin 20x140, galv. and
Cotter Pin 4/1 (7x bzw. 5x).
Weight kg
Item no.
124,00
69,30
105523
105524
Shuttered
100
600/720/900/1200 panel
297
297
569
632
25
600
55
1200
900
Struck
2700
1560
100
455
1200
300
300mm panel
Load-bearing point
Permissible load: 2000kg
Panel 135° Corner
for forming 135° corners.
Internal Panel
TEI 270/135°
TEI 120/135°
External Panel TEA 270/135°
TEA 120/135°
58,10
29,40
103317
103284
76,00
35,00
103337
103330
33
575
300
29
0
120
300
290
300
135°
33
60
300
300
300
1200
333
135°
300
575
300
240
300
300
300
33
135°
300
2700
120
19
0
300
190
Weight kg
Item no.
Stopend Panel
Wall thickness d [cm]
AT 270x3
AT 270x5
15,90
17,40
023060
105953
b
[mm]
–
–
MT 270x20
MT 270x24/25
MT 270x30
MT 270x35/36
27,50
31,00
37,30
42,30
023061
023062
023064
023065
118
158
218
268
MTF 270x20
MTF 270x24/25
MTF 270x30
MTF 270x35/36
29,50
33,90
39,00
43,00
023074
023075
023077
023076
118
158
218
268
7,17
7,84
023067
105978
–
–
H = 2.70m
Concrete cover approx. 25mm
Concrete cover approx. 50mm
20 24/25 30 35/36 24/25 30 35/36 40
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
without water bar
without water bar
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
with water bar
with water bar
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
H = 1.20m
AT 120x3
AT 120x5
MT 120x20
MT 120x24/25
MT 120x30
MT 120x35/36
12,30
14,00
16,80
19,00
MTF 120x20
MTF 120x24/25
MTF 120x30
MTF 120x35/36
Without water bar MT
14,30
14,90
17,00
18,80
2
1
with water bar
1
1
1
118
158
218
268
1
2
2
2
2
without water bar
1
1
1
1
with water bar
1
1
1
1
MTF
AT
AT
MT
MTF
AT
AT
With water bar
d
b
c
d
c
c
Without water bar
b
2
without water bar
1
1
1
118
158
218
268
023081
023080
023078
023079
2
With water bar MTF
MT
c
023068
023069
023071
023072
2
Concrete cover c c = d – b – ø of reinforcing bar.
2
61
Weight kg
Item no.
44,00
20,60
023040
023030
Stopend Panel 24
For 240mm thick walls.
Can also be used as a wall panel.
Fitted with 18mm Finply formlining.
240
900
575
TR 270x24 = 0.65m2
TR 120x24 = 0.29m2
25
325
575
900
1200
25
900
2700
240
77
25
120
Filler Plate LA
Closes any gap from 60 to 360mm.
LA 270x36 = up to 0.97m2
LA 120x36 = up to 0.43m2
48,80
24,30
023170
023270
570
150
40
40
120
400
550
867
567
150
33
2700
40
62
333
620
ø 24
150
150
570
1200
ø 24
Weight kg
Item no.
Wall Thickness Compensation WDA
For variations in wall thickness at corners.
To be clamped onto panel with
BFD Alignment Coupler.
023182
023192
023995
WDA-2 120/5, steel
WDA-2 120/6, steel
WDA 120/10, alu
= 0.06m2
= 0.07m2
= 0.12m2
7,49
7,90
4,95
023282
023292
023990
50/60/100
150
16,20
17,10
10,70
2700
40
570
430
= 0.14m2
= 0.16m2
= 0.27m2
120
60
WDA-2 270/5, steel
WDA-2 270/6, steel
WDA 270/10, alu
TPP 270
TPP 120
TPP 270/27
TPP 120/27
8,08
3,61
7,86
3,35
867
150
101813
101823
101834
101839
With nailing strip.
For infilling with 21mm
(27mm) plywood filler.
Filler Support TPA
333
1200
40
570
150
430
Filler Support TPP, alu
33
567
430
150
50/60/100
max. 360
TPA 270
TPA 120
5,79
2,53
023460
023450
Coniferous timber.
For infilling with 21mm plywood filler.
Detail TPP
66
98 (92)
32
21
(27)
51
2700
60
Detail TPA
60
96
1200
21
36
50
63
TRIO Accessories
Weight kg
Alignment Coupler BFD, galv.
For all main connections.
4,05
Item no.
023500
25
Clamping length
288
Permissible Tension Force: 20kN.
Compensation Waler TAR 85
Powder-coated, red.
For infilling, transfers tie forces, aligns.
Waler 85
Powder-coated, yellow.
Without mounting hook.
12,50
023550
8,67
023551
80
180
45
30 30
850
Max compensation
width 360
Permissible Bending Moment: 4.4kNm
8,91
023560
450
450
Projection Waler TVR45/45
For connecting internal corners without
using TRIO TE Corners, particularly for
wall offsets.
40
40 30
45
64
60
51
260
64
52
58
164
60
max. 220 mm
Weight kg
Hook Tie DW15 L = 400, galv.
0,64
Item no.
023650
58
Thread DW15
400
20
Permissible Tension Force: 20kN.
0,42
023820
68
Hook Tie Head DW15, galv.
102
30
Female thread
DW15
Permissible Tension Force: 20kN.
1,20
023640
140
Stopend Tie TS, galv.
For transmitting force from stopends into
panel frame.
50
440
58
Thread DW15
Permissible Tension Force: 20kN.
7,06
023390
790
Stacking Device TRIO, galv.
For stacking and shifting 5 TRIO Panels
of any size. Allows the stack to be shifted
by crane or fork-lift truck.
4 devices are required for each stack.
Follow Instructions for Use.
2nd to 5th panel with
formlining facing up
120
146
1st panel with formlining
facing down
Lifting device to BGR 500
Permissible load: 500kg
Lifting Pin TRIO
150
0,33
023440
254
ø 18
125
750303
ø 25
ø 22
0,021
ø 33
Stacking Aid DW20
Prevents the panels from slipping.
Protects formlining against damage.
56
65
Weight kg
Lifting Gear-3 TRIO
For lifting stacks of panels.
15,60
Item no.
044770
TRANSPORTGEHÄNGE-3
Art.Nr: 044770
Fabr.Nr:
Baujahr: 200
Prüfplaket
3500
Betriebsanleitung
beachten!
TR 330x240
ø
10
5x
TR 270x240
S
4
m
5x
0c
<
N
24
8x
Follow Instructions
for Use.
Lifting Gear Combi-2 TRIO
For lifting stacks of panels and
TRIO Lifting Hooks or galvanized stacking
devices can be connected to the hooks.
26,10
044760
TRIO-Kombigehänge-2
Art.Nr: 044760
Fabr.Nr:
Baujahr: 200
Prüfplaket
350
0
Betriebsanleitung
beachten!
3100
N
TR 330x240
5x
m
TR 270x240
5x
0c
4300
60°
S
4
24
45°
<
ø
12
8x
Follow Instructions
for Use.
Lifting Hook TRIO 1.5t
Use 2 for each unit to be lifted!
Follow Instructions for Use.
7,06
023690
110
≤ 30°
510
60
steel
alu
1,50 t
0,75 t
Schalung und Gerüste
®
208
1,50 t
0,75 t
TRIO-Versetzhaken 1,5t
Art.Nr.: 023690
Fabr.Nr.:
Baujahr: 199
Tragfähigkeit: 1,5t
Gehängeneigungswinkel max.30°
Betriebsanleitung beachten!
Perm. load: 1500kg,
by max. angle of
inclination of 30°.
66
184
80
Universal Waler 245
For tying acute and obtuse angles of
thick walls. (eg bridge abutments).
Complete with:
Spacers (3x),
Hex. Bolt ISO 4014 M20x100-8.8, galv. (3x),
Hex. Nut ISO 7042 M20-8, galv. (3x),
and Compensation Washer 20 (6x).
Weight kg
Item no.
81,80
023920
132
140
ø 50
80
52
Spacer adjustable
Requires 30mm spanner
20
52
2466
60
24
Waler Stop
Used in combination with Universal Waler 245.
46
39x60 = 2340
4,65
023930
44
3 x 80 = 240
80
20
80
46
ø 36
34
130
350
2,10
0,85
022030
024240
Brace Connector TRIO, galv.
For fixing Push-Pull Props and Kickers
to the TRIO panels.
Complete with:
Pin ø 16x42 and Cotter Pin 4/1.
3,26
023660
Plug Ø 20/24mm
For sealing tie holes ø 20 to 24mm, which
are not required.
Supplied in packs of 250 pcs.
0,003
160
41
222
104
Accessories:
Tie Rod Cylinder Yoke SW, galv. (1x)
Wedge KZ (2x)
030300
ø 28
20
ø 21
ø 19
67
Weight kg
2,00
145
023630
60
75
100
90
Permissible tie force
Hole ➊ = 15kN
Hole ➋ = 30kN
023800
88
4,84
48
Foundation Strap TRIO
For connecting TRIO Panels with 60mm
wide edge section assembled in the
“windmill” configuration.
150
100
342
142
80
182
Foundation Tie Clamp TLS
For tying foundation formwork.
Complete with:
Captive Pin
2,29
023010
140
Perforated Foundation Tie,
25m roll
For use with TRIO
Foundation Tie Clamp.
Clam
16,90
023020
15
22
50
Permissible Tension Force: 16kN.
68
ping
trave
l 55m
m
65
136
170
SW 14
Requires 14mm spanner.
Permissible Tension Force with Perforated
Foundation Tie: 16kN.
60
51
➊
➋
61
150
21
50
ø 25
30
Top Tie Bracket-2 AH, galv.
For anchoring independantly of the panel
grid, particularly in case of foundations
and extensions.
Item no.
Connector SB-1,2 - TRIO, DOMINO
For single face formwork with SB 1 and 2
brace frame.
Weight kg
Item no.
48,80
027680
250
240
160
650
1770
min 1270 max 1650
265
60
120
490
60
ø 21
Load-bearing point
Perm. load of the crane lifting eye: 1000kg
with lifting chains ≤ 15° to the vertical
25
Accessories:
Pins ø 19x165, galv. SB-TRIO (2x)
027690
8,76
025740
ø 21
203
25
130
125
25
117
Connector SB-A,B,C - TRIO, DOMINO
One for each tie point
0,40
25
cam nut 50
120
B 15
130
Accessory:
Pin ø 19x165, galv.
(One for each connection)
0,40
027690
Pin ø 19x165, galv.
0,40
027690
ø 35
20
ø 19
145
8
165
For 120mm thick formwork panels.
69
Concreting Platform 120x270
Preassembled 2.7m wide working and
concreting platform, which is mounted
on the panel from above with self-locking
mechanism.
Always lift with 4-chain Lifting Gear!
Crane lifting points are yellow for easy
identification.
Weight kg
Item no.
130,00
022950
1800
440
440
2680
80
995
328
1210
1164
312
163
163
120
Permissible Load: 150kg/m2
Scaffold Bracket TRG
Secured automatically when mounted
on horizontal or vertical struts.
35
120
023670
023680
1051
12,70
16,80
560
TRG 80
TRG 120
65
TRG 80
1821
895
TRG 120
35
1051
115 185
560
635
120
65
200
115 185
635
1821
1262
200
150kg/m2
Permissible Load:
Allowable Spacing: 1.35m
70
Item no.
13,10
023590
1050
Scaffold Bracket TRG 100/112
For mounting on horizontal and vertical
intermediate struts. Mounting on the top
struts allows the scaffold planking to extend
right to the front edge of the formlining.
Complete with:
Pin (1x) and Cotter Pin 4/1 (2x).
Weight kg
981
110
758
290
max 154
Permissible Load: 150kg/m2
Allowable Spacing: 1.35m
3,54
034580
2,56
101592
76
n
pa
xs
Ma .10m
2
l=
213
> 3000
Handrail Post Holder TRIO
Required from 3.0m drop, to comply with
ZH 1/603 of German Association for the
Building Trade.
Maximum width of load to be carried = 1.35m.
Permissible l for 3x15 handrail boards = 2.10m.
Complete with:
Cotter Pin 4/1 (1x)
44
216
185 115
Accessories:
Handrail Post HSGP
ø 20
034580
65
35
1300
3,54
1050
034580
120
3,54
560
Handrail Post HSGP
Mounted on safety handrail post holder
TRIO, or TRIO scaffold bracket TRG 100/112.
43
Accessories:
Handrail Post HSGP
213
155
39
71
72
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Fax: ++32 /52/ 30 08 30
info@peri.be
www.peri.be
6 Netherlands
PERI B.V.
v. Leeuwenhoekweg 23
Postbus 304
5480 AH-Schijndel
Tel.: ++31 /73/ 5 47 91 00
Fax: ++31 /73/ 5 49 36 51
info@peri.nl
www.peri.nl
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Italy
PERI S.p.A.
Via G. Pascoli, 4
20060 Basiano (MI)
Tel.: ++39 /02/ 9 50 78-1>
Fax: ++39 /02/ 95 76 19 14
perispa@peri.it
www.peri.it
Japan
Hory Corporation
11-17 Fuyuki, Kohtoh-Ku
Ishima Bldg., 9F
Tokyo 135-0041
Tel.: ++81 /3/ 38 20 88 71
Fax: ++81 /3/ 56 21 70 24
frbk6541@mb.infoweb.or.jp
11 United Kingdom/Irland
PERI Ltd.
Market Harborough Road
Clifton upon Dunsmore
Rugby, CV23 0AN
Tel.: ++44 /17 88/ 86 16 00
Fax: ++44 /17 88/ 86 16 10
info@peri.ltd.uk
www.peri.ltd.uk
12 Turkey
16 Austria
PERI Ges.mbH
PERI Kalıp ve İskeleleri
Industriegelände 152
San. Tic. Ltd. Sti.
Postfach 1
Çakmaklı Köyü Karşısı
3131 Getzersdorf
Sanbir Bl. 4.Bölge 9.Cadde No: 133
Tel.: ++43 / 27 83 / 41 19
Büyükçekmece / Istanbul
Fax: ++43 /27 83/ 41 19-20
Tel.: ++90 /2 12/ 8 86 74 01(02)-(09)
office@peri.at
Fax: ++ 90 / 2 12 / 8 86 74 15
www.peri.at
periteknik@peri.com.tr
www.peri.com.tr
17 Czech Republic
13 Hungary
PERI spol. s r.o.
P.O. Box 3
PERI Kft.
252 42 Jesenice / Prahy
Zádor u. 4.
Tel.: ++420 /241 090 311
1181 Budapest
Fax: ++420 /241 090 315
Tel.: ++ 36 /1/ 2 960 960
info@peri.cz
Fax: ++ 36 /1/ 2 960 950
www.peri.cz
info@peri.hu
www.peri.hu
18 Denmark
14 Malaysia
PERI DANMARK A/S
forskalling og stillads
PERI-HORY MALAYSIA
Greve Main 26
Formwork SDN.BHD.
2670 Greve
Unit 19-04-7, Level 7
Tel.: ++ 45 / 43 / 45 36 27
PNB Damansara
Fax: ++ 45 / 43 / 45 36 87
19 Lorong Dungun
peri@peri.dk
Damansara Heights
www.peri.dk
50490 Kuala Lumpur
Tel.: + 60 / 3 / 20 93 68 23
19 Finland
Fax: + 60 / 3 / 20 92 58 76
PERI Suomi Ltd. Oy
info@perimalaysia.com
Periäistentie 61
www.perimalaysia.com
05200 Rajamäki
15 Singapore
Tel.: ++358 /9/ 27 66 06-0
Fax: ++358 /9/ 27 66 06-66
PERI-HORY ASIA
info@perisuomi.fi
Formwork Pte. Ltd.
www.perisuomi.fi
No. 1 Sims Lane # 06-10
Singapore 387355
20 Norway
Tel.: ++ 65 / 67 44 29 89
PERI NORGE AS
Fax: ++ 65 / 67 44 36 93
Industrigata 11
pha@periasia.com
3400 Lier
Tel.: ++ 47 / 32/ 24 17 00
Fax: ++ 47 / 32/ 24 17 01
info@peri.no
www.peri.no
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21 Poland
PERI Polska Sp. z o.o.
ul. Stołeczna 62
05-860 Płochocin
Tel.: ++ 48 / 22 / 72 17 400
Fax: ++ 48 / 22 / 72 17 401
info@peri.pl.pl
www.peri.pl.pl
22 Sweden
PERIform SVERIGE AB
Montörgatan 4-6
Box 9073
30013 Halmstad
Tel.: ++ 46 / 35 / 17 46 60
Fax: ++ 46 / 35 / 17 46 78
peri@periform.se
www.periform.se
23 Korea
PERI (Korea) Ltd.
9thFl., Yuseong Bldg.
830-67 Yeoksam-dong,
Kangnam-ku,
Seoul 135-080
Tel.: ++ 82 / 2 / 5 50 22 00
Fax: ++ 82 / 2 / 5 57 53 82
info@perikorea.com
www.perikorea.com
24 Portugal
PERIcofragens Lda.
Rua Cesário Verde, nº 5 - 3º Piso
Linda-a-Pastora
2790-326 QUEIJAS
Tel.: ++3 51 /21/ 4 25 38 90
Fax: ++3 51 /21/ 4 25 39 46
geral@peri.emporsoft.pt
25 Argentina
PERI S.A.
Ruta Nacional No. 9, km 47,5
(Panamericana Ramal Escobar)
(1625) Escobar / Prov. Bs. As.
Tel.: ++ 54 / 34 88 / 42 81 00
Fax: ++ 54 / 34 88 / 42 30 21
info@peri.com.ar
www.peri.com.ar
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31 Slovakia
PERI (L.L.C.)
PERI spol. s r.o.
Pribylinská 10
Brashy Building, Office No. 212
831 04 Bratislava
Shk. Zayed Road
P.O. Box 27933
Tel.: ++421 /2/ 4 92 09-1 11
Fax: ++421 /2/ 4 92 09-1 10
Dubai
info@peri.sk
Tel.: ++ 971 / 4 / 3 39 44 94
www.peri.sk
Fax: ++ 971 / 4 / 3 39 44 34
perillc@perime.com
32 Australia
PERI Australia Pty. Ltd.
37 Canada
116 Glendenning Road
PERI Formwork Systems, Inc.
Chile
PERI Chile Ltda.
Glendenning NSW 2761
45 Nixon Road
C /José de San Martin 104
Bolton, Ontario
Tel.: ++61 /2/ 88 05 23 00
L7E 1K1
Fax: ++61 /2/ 96 75 72 77
Parque Industrial Los Libertadores
Tel.: ++ 1 / 9 05 / 9 51 54 00
info@periaus.com.au
Colina, Santiago de Chile
Fax: ++ 1 / 9 05 / 9 51 54 54
www.periaus.com.au
Tel.: ++56 /2/ 4 44 60 00
bbaxa@peri.ca
Fax: ++56 /2/ 4 44 60 01
www.peri.ca
perich@peri.cl
33 Estonia
www.peri.cl
PERI AS
Valdmäe 8
38 Lebanon
PERI GmbH
Tänassilma Tehnopark
Philippines
76401 Saku vald
PERI GmbH
Lebanon Representative Office
Harjumaa
4-B Sycamore Center,
AYA Commercial Center, 7th Fl,
Tel.: + 3 72 / 6 / 77 11 00
Alabang-Zapote Road
Dora Highway
Fax: + 3 72 / 6 / 77 11 22
Corner Buencamino Street,
P.O box: 90 416-Jdeideh
peri@peri.ee
Alabang Muntinlupa
Beirut - Lebanon
www.peri.ee
Metro Manila
Tel: ++ 961 / 1 24 33 65
Fax: ++ 961 / 1 24 33 67
Tel.: ++63 /2/ 8 09 34-01 (02) (03)
Fax: ++63 /2/ 8 09 17 68
Mob: ++ 961 / 3 73 73 67
34 Greece
PERI Hellas Ltd.
afady@hotmail.com
helmut@skyinet.net
Sokratous Str.
lebanon@peri.de
5th kil. Koropi-Varis Ave.
Romania
P. O. Box 407
PERI România SRL
39 Lithuania
PERI UAB
Calea Bucureşti nr. 2B
194 00 Koropi
Titnago st. 19
077015 Baloteşti - ILFOV
Tel.: ++30 /210/ 66 20 895-8
2053 Vilnius
Tel.: ++40 /21/ 2 66 24-19 (21)
Fax: ++30 /210/ 66 28 416
Tel.: ++ 370 / 5 / 2 31 14 54
Fax: ++40 /21/ 2 66 24 20
info@perihellas.gr
Fax: ++ 370 / 5 / 2 32 19 66
info@peri.ro
www.perihellas.gr
info@peri.lt
www.peri.ro
www.peri.lt
35 Latvia
PERI SIA
Slovenia
Goran Opaliã s. p.
Granita 26
40 Morocco
PERI S.A.
technologije in storitve
1057 Riga
Route de Rabat, km. 5
Obrežna 137
Tel.: ++371 / 7 13 41 11
Piste de Beni Touzine
2000 Maribor
Fax: ++371 / 7 13 41 15
Tanger
Tel.: ++386 /2/ 4 21 52 40
info@peri-latvija.lv
Tel.: ++ 212 / 39 31 75 48
Fax: ++386 /2/ 4 21 52 41
www.peri-latvija.lv
Fax: ++ 212 / 39 31 75 49
perimaro@menara.ma
26 Brazil
PERI Formas e
Escoramentos Ltda.
Passagem Abaré, 1.502
06300-000 Carapicuíba
São Paulo
Tel.: ++55 /11/ 41 86 10 41
Fax: ++55 /11/ 41 86 10 41
info@peribrasil.com.br
www.peribrasil.com.br
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41 Israel
PERI Formwork
Engineering Ltd.
16 Moshe Dayan st.
P.O. Box 10202
Kiriat Arie
Petach Tikva 49002
Tel.: ++ 972 / 3 / 9 24 93 32
Fax: ++ 972 / 3 / 9 24 93 31
info@peri-il.com
www.peri-il.com
45 Russian Federation
PERI GmbH
Krasnopresnenskaja
Naberezhnaja 12
Hotel Mezhdunarodnaja 2
Nr. 408
123610 Moskau
Tel.: ++7 / 0 95/ 2 58 23 49
Fax: ++7/ 0 95/ 2 58 23 50
moscow@peri.ru
www.peri.ru
46 South Africa
42 Bulgaria
PERI BULGARIA EOOD
PERI Wiehahn (Pty.) Ltd.
Kv. Vragdebna
P.O. Box 2668
m. Nova Machala Nr. 46
Bellville 7535
1839 – Sofia, Bulgarien
Tel.: ++ 27 / 21 / 9 05 18 15
Tel.: ++3 59 /2/ 8 14 40 40-45
Fax: ++ 27 / 21 / 9 05 47 07
Fax: ++3 59 /2/ 8 14 40 50
team@wiehahn.co.za
peri.bulgaria@peri.bg
www.periwiehahn.co.za
www.peri.bg
47 Ukraine
43 Iceland
TOW PERI Ukraina
Merkúr HF
23, M. Raskowoj Str.
Akralind 2
02002 Kiev
201 Kópavogi
Tel.: ++380 /44/ 5 68 53 57
Tel.: ++ 354 / 5 94 60 00
Fax: ++380 /44/ 5 68 51 45
Fax: ++ 354 / 5 94 60 01
peri@peri.com.ua
danni@merkur.is
www.peri.com.ua
www.merkur.is
48 Egypt
44 Kazakhstan
PERI GmbH
PERI Kalip ve Iskeleleri
Egypt Branch Office
Almaty Branch Office
24 A, Obour Gardens,
Furmanova Straße, 65
4th floor, apt. #1
Salah Salem Street
Büro 412 Corner Makataeva
11361 Heliopolis / Kairo
480004, Alma Ata
Tel.: ++20 /2/ 4 04 85 24/26
Tel.: ++ 7 / 32 72 / 73 00 72
Fax: ++ 20 / 2 / 4 04 57 84
Fax: ++ 7 / 32 72 / 73 91 16
peri@link.com.eg
perialmaty@peri.com.tr
www.link.com.eg
www.peri.com.tr
49 Serbia / Montenegro
PERI - Oplate d.o.o.
Jurija Gagarina 81
11070 Novi Beograd
Tel.: +3 81/ 11/ 2 15 31-48 /-49
Fax: +3 81/ 11 / 3 18 59 62
milebojanic@ptt.yu
www.peri.co.yu
50 Mexico
PERI Cimbras y Andamios, S.A.
de C.V.
Cerrada de Tejocotes, Lote 4,
Bodega A
Fracc. San Martin Obispo
C.P.54763 Cuautitlán Izcalli
Estado de México
Tel.: ++ 52 / 55 / 58 87 72 30
Fax: ++ 52 / 55 / 58 87 71 09
info@peri.com.mx
www.peri.com.mx
51 Azerbaijan
PERI BAKU
Baku Branch Office
Mehdi Hüseyn 71/9
Baku / Aserbaidschan
Tel : + 994 12 97 64 24
Fax : + 994 12 92 45 51
peribaku@peri.com.tr
52 Turkmenistan
PERI Kalp ve İskeleleri
Aşgabat Branch Office
Oguzhan Köçesi No: 112 Kat:3
Aşgabat
Tel : +993 12 45 66-83/84
Fax : +993 12 45 23 50
periashgabat@peri.com.tr
53 Belarus
PERI GmbH
Gikalostr. 3
Büro 413
220000 Minsk / Belarus
Tel : +3 75 / 1 72 / 84 72 38
Fax: +3 75 / 1 72 / 84 72 38
peri@mail.belpak.by
54 Croatia
PERI Oplate i Skele d.o.o.
Dolenica 20
10 250 Zagreb/Donji Stupnik
Tel : +3 85 /1/ 6 55 36 36
Fax: +3 85 /1/ 6 55 36 37
peri1@zg.t-com.hr
www.peri.de
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P.O. Box 12 64
89259 Weissenhorn
Tel.: 0 73 09 / 9 50-0
Fax: 0 73 09 / 9 51-0
info@peri.de
www.peri.de