Reinforcement systems for building.
The Orlando system of reinforcement for building floors of every dimension, utilizes patented telescopic metal beams and metal pedal props, the use of which has numerous advantages.The pedal metal prop is easy to implement and it is long lasting as it does not use threads or deteriorating parts. The workman operates the prop from the base, (different from the screw systems) using both hands and feet, allowing a quick and comfortable prop assembly by a simple press of the pedal. The insertion of a steel pin in an eyehole stabilizes the prop.
• Cross-welded pedal prop, min. height 2.30 m and max. height 3.80 m, weight 12.50 k;
• Metal foot plate prop, min. height 2.30 m and max. height 3.80 m, weight 11.50 k;
• Wooden cross-vault, length 1.00 m, weight 3.00 k.
Upon request, it is possible to increase the maximum height by using proper extensions.
The Orlando telescopic metal beam weighing 20 k, is made by a 3.00 m beam and two internal standard beams, 1.50 m long, which allow an extension from 3.08 m to 5.88 m. By using internal beams of 2.00 m it is possible to obtain a min. extension of 4.08 m to a max. extension of 6.88 m.