ACP PRECAST CONCRETE VERTICAL CANTILEVER PANELS
Precast concrete vertical cantilever panels manufactured by ACP (Concrete) Ltd are frequently used in the construction of storage bunkers
03 Dec 20 by Engerati
The prestressed concrete panels are set into the foundation at a depth of 0.4-0.5m depending on overall height and situation and tied into the foundation with reinforcing bars (supplied). Additional supporting steelwork is not required.
The interlocking precast concrete units are available in 1m, 1.2m and 1.5m widths and can be used in combination to meet almost all required layouts. Precast concrete panels are manufactured at heights to suit each application. After installation the panel joints and wall/floor joint are sealed to provide a watertight seal.
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