13 January 2023

Moldtech develops innovative equipment solutions for precast concrete industry from tailored made equipment to complete turnkey plants.

Part of these products are the fixed tables (or stationary tables). There are two types of fixed tables:

  1. Fixed tables for reinforced pre-slabs without prestressing.

Pre-slabs reinforced with short spans are commonly used as permanent formwork between bridge beams, for the construction of viaducts.

  1. Fixed tables for prestressed pre-slabs.

Prestressed pre-slabs with medium spans, more common in residential or industrial construction, combining them with lightening and insulating elements.

These tables can be manufactured in any size required by the clients, normally with short width and large length, and are prepared to manufacture slabs of the required thicknesses.

Further, the chassis is built with structural beams and laminated steel profiles ensuring maximum stiffness. A steel plate that will be in contact with the concrete is 8 mm thick. Our table has some silent-blocks with neoprene to absorb vibration minimizing its transmission to the factory foundations.

Additionally, in case it is required Moldtech could offer optional pneumatic or electric vibration system for better compaction of the concrete. This table could also feature a heating system with finned pipes and tarpaulin covers.

The use of filigree slab offers great advantages in the construction of mezzanines, slabs or roofs means. It allows to work with many design variants (arches, elements in wedge or of various formats, hollows, integration of beams and brackets, etc.), and it has an extremely simple system. Produced in precast plants, it is the lower part of the slab, and it allows a cheaper forge of the slabs than the one built in traditional way.

The installation of the filigree slab is very fast, because no formwork is needed thanks to the fact that the it acts as a lost formwork. Also, these elements are light, so no heavy lifting systems are required, and they allow, also, to cover large surfaces at one time.

Next, we show you the projects carried out where the fixed tables were installed:
  1. Spain, 2011
  2. Venezuela, 2012
  3. Algeria, 2015
  4. Guinea, 2015
  5. Spain, 2016
  6. Colombia, 2018
  7. France, 2018
  8. Norway, 2019
  9. France, 2019
  10. Spain, 2019
  11. Philippines, 2020
  12. Bahamas, 2021
  13. France, 2021


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