Formwork is a temporary structure or form used in construction to shape concrete during its bonding. Makes it possible to create concrete elements with specific shapes, dimensions and surfaces. Formworks can be made of various materials, including wood, steel or plastics. After pouring concrete into the formwork and after its hardening, the formwork is removed, leaving the finished concrete element of the desired shape. Depending on the application in construction, we distinguish different types of formworks: wall, ceiling, column or foundation formworks.


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