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The core of the N3P system – the innovative butterfly technology – is found inside the portable precast plant. The high-performance battery is equipped with removable, folding and double-sided steel butterfly formworks. A butterfly formwork comprises two formwork panels that are held together by a hinged joint.
The N3P has been designed with top performance and maximum productivity in mind. Our solution combines the advantages of preparing the elements in a flat position and pouring the concrete into vertical formworks.
Step 1 PREPARATION
Tie in the reinforcing cages on the rebar gauge tables
Step 2 POSITIONING
Assemble stop-end and box-out formworks
Position ready-made rebar cages on the butterfly
Assemble inlays for electrical cables and plumbing
Step 3 POURING
Lift the prepared butterfly into the pouring chamber of the duplex battery with the crane
Repeat lifting process until pouring chamber contains 7 butterflies
Close the pouring chamber by pushing the end shutter wall towards the centre of the pouring chamber
Mount form ties to secure position
Pour the concrete in layers, using a concrete pump and rotary distributer
Step 4 OPEN FORMWORKS
After approx. 4 hours of curing, the precast elements are lifted out and positioned together with the butterfly at the initial curing area
Step 5 INITIAL CURING
Precast elements rest for another 4 hours
Strip box-outs and stop-end formworks
Separate panel from butterflies using a crane
Step 6 FINAL CURING
Transport the panels to the final curing yard
Allow the panels to cure until the required strength for shell assembly is achieved
Transport from the curing yard to the desired location for assembly