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  • -999791002 11/2014en-GB

    The Formwork Experts.

    User InformationInstructions for assembly and use (Method statement)

    Timber formwork beams

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    User Information Timber formwork beams

    Contents3 Introduction3 Elementary safety warnings6 Doka services8 Eurocodes at Doka

    99 Product description

    10 Instructions for assembly and use13 Technical condition16 Transporting, stacking and storing

    18 Component overview

  • User Information Timber formwork beams Introduction

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    IntroductionElementary safety warningsUser target groups

    This booklet is aimed at all persons who will be work-ing with the Doka product or system that it describes. It contains information on the standard design for setting up this system, and on correct, compliant uti-lisation of the system.

    All persons working with the product described herein must be familiar with the contents of this booklet and with all the safety instructions it contains.

    Persons who are incapable of reading and under-standing this booklet, or who can do so only with dif-ficulty, must be instructed and trained by the cus-tomer.

    The customer is to ensure that the information mate-rials provided by Doka (e.g. User Information book-lets, Instructions for Assembly and Use, Operating Instruction manuals, plans etc.) are available to all users, and that they have been made aware of them and have easy access to them at the usage location.

    In the relevant technical documentation and form-work utilisation plans, Doka shows the workplace safety precautions that are necessary in order to use the Doka products safely in the usage situations shown. In all cases, users are obliged to ensure compliance with national laws, Standards and rules throughout the entire project and to take appropriate additional or alternative workplace safety precautions where necessary.

    Hazard assessment

    The customer is responsible for drawing up, docu-menting, implementing and continually updating a hazard assessment at every job-site. This booklet serves as the basis for the site-specific hazard assessment, and for the instructions given to users on how to prepare and utilise the system. It does not substitute for these, however.

    Remarks on this booklet

    This booklet can also be used as a generic method statement or incorporated with a site-specific method statement.

    Many of the illustrations in this booklet show the situation during formwork assembly and are therefore not always complete from the safety point of view.Any safety accessories not shown in these illustra-tions must still be used by the customer, in accord-ance with the applicable rules and regulations.

    Further safety instructions, especially warnings, will be found in the individual sections of this booklet!

    Planning

    Provide safe workplaces for those using the form-work (e.g. for when it is being erected/dismantled, modified or repositioned etc). It must be possible to get to and from these workplaces via safe access routes!

    If you are considering any deviation from the details and instructions given in this booklet, or any application which goes beyond those described in the booklet, then revised static cal-culations must be produced for checking, as well as supplementary assembly instructions.

    Regulations; industrial safety

    All laws, Standards, industrial safety regulations and other safety rules applying to the utilisation of our products in the country and/or region in which you are operating must be observed at all times.

    If a person or object falls against, or into, the side-guard component and/or any of its accessories, the component affected may only continue in use after it has been inspected and passed by an expert.

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    Rules applying during all phases of the assignment

    The customer must ensure that this product is erected and dismantled, reset and generally used for its intended purpose in accordance with the applica-ble laws, Standards and rules, under the direction and supervision of suitably skilled persons. These persons' mental and physical capacity must not in any way be impaired by alcohol, medicines or drugs.

    Doka products are technical working appliances which are intended for industrial/commercial use only, always in accordance with the respective Doka User Information booklets or other technical docu-mentation authored by Doka.

    The stability of all components and units must be ensured during all phases of the construction work!

    The functional/technical instructions, safety warn-ings and loading data must all be strictly observed and complied with. Failure to do so can cause acci-dents and severe (even life-threatening) damage to health, as well as very great material damage.

    Fire-sources are not permitted anywhere near the formwork. Heating appliances are only allowed if properly and expertly used, and set up a safe dis-tance away from the formwork.

    The work must take account of the weather condi-tions (e.g. risk of slippage). In extreme weather, steps must be taken in good time to safeguard the equipment, and the immediate vicinity of the equip-ment, and to protect employees.

    All connections must be checked regularly to ensure that they still fit properly and are functioning cor-rectly. It is very important to check all screw-type connec-tions and wedge-clamped joins whenever the con-struction operations require (particularly after excep-tional events such as storms), and to tighten them if necessary.

    It is strictly forbidden to weld Doka products in par-ticular anchoring/tying components, suspension components, connector components and castings etc. or otherwise subject them to heating. Welding causes serious change in the microstruc-ture of the materials from which these components are made. This leads to a dramatic drop in the failure load, representing a very great risk to safety.The only articles which are allowed to be welded are those for which the Doka literature expressly points out that welding is permitted.

    Assembly

    The equipment/system must be inspected by the customer before use, to ensure that it is in suitable condition. Steps must be taken to rule out the use of any components that are damaged, deformed, or weakened due to wear, corrosion or rot.

    Combining our formwork systems with those of other manufacturers could be dangerous, risking damage to both health and property. If you intend to combine different systems, please contact Doka for advice first.

    The equipment/system must be assembled and erected in accordance with the applicable laws, Standards and rules by suitably skilled personnel of the customer's, having regard to any and all required safety inspections.

    It is not permitted to modify Doka products; any such modifications constitute a safety risk.

    Closing the formwork

    Doka products and systems must be set up so that all loads acting upon them are safely transferred!

    Pouring

    Do not exceed the permitted fresh-concrete pres-sures. Over-high pouring rates overload the form-work, cause greater deflection and risk breakage.

    Stripping out the formwork

    Do not strip out the formwork until the concrete has reached sufficient strength and the person in charge has given the order for the formwork to be stripped out!

    When stripping out the formwork, never use the crane to break concrete cohesion. Use suitable tools such as timber wedges, special pry-bars or system features such as Framax stripping corners.

    When stripping out the formwork, do not endanger the stability of any part of the structure, or of any scaffolding, platforms or formwork that is still in place!

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    Transporting, stacking and storing

    Observe all regulations applying to the handling of formwork and scaffolding. In addition, the Doka slinging means must be used - this is a mandatory requirement.

    Remove any loose parts or fix them in place so that they cannot be dislodged or fall free!

    All components must be stored safely, following all the special Doka instructions given in the relevant sections of this booklet!

    Maintenance

    Only original Doka components may be used as spare parts. Repairs may only be carried out by the manufacturer or authorised facilities.

    Miscellaneous

    We reserve the right to make alterations in the interests of technical progress.

    Symbols used

    The following symbols are used in this booklet:

    Important noteFailure to observe this may lead to malfunc-tion or damage.

    CAUTION / WARNING / DANGERFailure to observe this may lead to material damage, and to injury to health which may range up to the severe or even life-threaten-ing.

    InstructionThis symbol indicates that actions need to be taken by the user.

    Sight-checkIndicates that you need to do a sight-check to make sure that necessary actions have been carried out.

    TipPoints out useful practical tips.

    ReferenceRefers to other documents and materials.

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    Doka servicesSupport in every stage of the project

    Doka offers a broad spectrum of services, all with a sin-gle aim: to help you succeed on the site.Every project is unique. Nevertheless, there is one thing that all construction projects have in common and that is a basic structure with five stages. We at Doka know our clients' varying requirements. With our consulting, planning and other services, we help you achieve effective implementation of your formwork assignment using our formwork products in every one of these stages.

    Project Development Stage Bidding Stage Project Management Planning Stage

    Taking well-founded decisions thanks to professional advice and consulting

    Optimising the preliminary work with Doka as an experienced part-ner

    Controlled, regular forming oper-ations, for greater efficiency resulting from realistically calculated formwork concepts

    Find precisely the right formwork solutions, with the aid of help with the bid invitation in-depth analysis of the initial sit-

    uation objective evaluation of the plan-

    ning, execution, and time-risks

    Draw up potentially winning bids, by basing them on realistically calcu-

    lated guideline prices making the right formwork

    choices having an optimum time-calcula-

    tion basis

    Plan cost-effectively right from the outset, thanks to detailed offers determination of the commission-

    ing quantities co-ordination of lead-times and

    handover deadlines

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    The advantages for you thanks to professional advice and consulting

    Cost savings and time gains When we advise and support you right from the word "go", we can make sure that the right formwork systems are chosen and then used as planned. This lets you achieve optimum utilisation of the formwork equipment, and effec-tive forming operations because your workflows will be correct.

    Maximised workplace safety The advice and support we can give you in how to use the equip-ment correctly, and as planned, leads to greater safety on the job.

    Transparency Because our services and costs are completely transparent, there is no need for improvisation dur-ing the project and no unpleas-ant surprises at the end of it.

    Reduced close-out costs Our professional advice on the selection, quality and correct use of the equipment helps you avoid damage, and minimise wear-and-tear.

    Concrete Construction Stage Project Close-out Stage

    Optimum resource utilisation with assistance from the Doka Formwork Experts

    Seeing things through to a posi-tive conclusion with professional support

    Workflow optimisation, thanks to thorough utilisation planning internationally experienced pro-

    ject technicians appropriate transport logistics on-site support

    Doka Services are a byword for transparency and efficiency here, offering jointly handled return of rented

    formwork professional dismantling efficient cleaning and recondition-

    ing using special equipment

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    Eurocodes at DokaIn Europe, a uniform series of Standards known as Eurocodes (EC) was developed for the construction field by the end of 2007. These are intended to provide a uniform basis, valid throughout Europe, for product specifications, tenders and mathematical verification.The EC are the world's most highly developed Stand-ards in the construction field.In the Doka Group, the EC are to be used as standard from the end of 2008. They will thus supersede the DIN norms as the "Doka standard" for product design.

    The widely used "Permissible stress design" (compar-ing the actual stresses with the permissible stresses) has been superseded by a new safety concept in the EC.The EC contrast the actions (loads) with the resistance (capacity). The previous safety factor in the permissible stresses is now divided into several partial factors. The safety level remains the same!

    Comparison of the safety concepts (example)

    Ed Design value of effect of actions (E ... effect; d ... design) Internal forces from action Fd (VEd, NEd, MEd)

    Rd Design value of the resistance (R ... resistance; d ... design) Design capacity of cross-section (VRd, NRd, MRd)

    Fd Design value of an action Steel: Rd =Rk Timber: Rd = kmod

    RkFd = F Fk M M(F ... force)

    Fk Characteristic value of an action "actual load", service load (k ... characteristic) e.g. dead weight, live load, concrete pressure, wind

    Rk Characteristic value of the resistance e.g. moment resistance to yield stress

    F Partial factor for actions (in terms of load; F ... force) e.g. for dead weight, live load, concrete pres-sure, wind Values from EN 12812

    M Partial factor for a material property (in terms of material; M...material) e.g. for steel or timber Values from EN 12812

    kmod Modification factor (only for timber to take account of the moisture and the duration of load action) e.g. for Doka beam H20 Values as given in EN 1995-1-1 and EN 13377

    Ed

    Rd

    Permissible stress design EC/DIN concept

    Factual Fpermissible Ed RdA Utilisation factor

    60 [kN]60

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    Product descriptionDoka formwork beams

    Doka formwork beams are solid-webbed beams made of wood or wood-based material to EN 13377 and in accordance with the approvals issued by the German Institute for Construction Engineering, Berlin (Z-9.1-***), exclusively for use in wall and floor formwork.Other features include: Beam-flange markings in a 50 cm grid for the Dokaf-

    lex and Dokaflex 30 tec systems Option of adding "customer name" to wording (indi-

    cated by the suffix "BS" in the article designation.). Wood for flanges is graded by automatic grading

    machines for maximised dependability

    Meanings of the code letters used in the article des-ignation

    Types of beam

    Overall height tolerance 1.0 mm, assuming 12% timber moisture content.

    Overall height tolerance 1.0 mm, assuming 12% timber moisture content.

    Code letterP Web made of special flat-pressed sheetN Web made of three-ply

    top Innovative polyurethane end reinforcement for highly effective protection of the formwork beam

    eco Tried-and-tested end reinforcement in the form of bevelled ends with plastic rivet in the beam flange

    A Web (yellow)B Flange (yellow)C Beam-flange markings for the Dokaflex systemD System holesE End reinforcement (blue plastic cap for Doka beam H20 top, rivet

    for Doka beam H20 eco)F Notch for chalking line

    The innovative end reinforcement of the Doka beam H20 top significantly reduces damage to the beam ends.

    A

    B

    E

    C

    D

    F

    H16 N H16 P H20 N H20 P

    Approval NumberZ-9.1-222 Z-9.1-391 Z-9.1-21 Z-9.1-391

    or EN 13377Doka beams with no EN mark (i.e. those produced on or before 3rd Nov. 2008) are covered by the above-mentioned DIB ( German Institute of Building Technology) Approval. Doka beams with an EN mark (i.e. those produced from 4th Nov. 2008 onward) are covered by EN 13377.

    H24 N H30 H36

    Approval NumberZ-9.1-317 Z-9.1-21 Z-9.1-21

    16.0

    3.56.5

    16.0

    3.56.5

    20.0

    4.08.0

    20.0

    4.08.0

    24.0

    8.0 4.0

    30.5

    5.4

    9.7 9.7

    36.0

    5.4

    9736

    -252

    -01

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    Instructions for assembly and useDoka beams and Doka formwork beams can be used only as formwork beams for floor and wall formwork and only when subjected to the loads occurring in situ-ations of direct support for floor or wall formwork in structural concreting, but not for higher individual loads (e.g. safety beams).

    Practical example

    In order to maximise durability, it is important to handle the components with due care; this applies particularly when stripping out floor-slab formwork.You will also find information on correct usage in the in user information for the individual products, for exam-ple: Large-area formwork Top 50 Dokaflex Doka Xtra

    Permissible values from EN 13377, Schedule E

    These values allow for a F = 1.5, a kmod of 0.9 and a M = 1.3.Based on a residual moisture content of 20 % or less. The values must be adjusted accordingly if conditions of use differ.*According to approval issued by the Institute for Con-struction Engineering, Berlin

    To prevent any staining of the concrete from direct contact with new formwork beams, we recommend covering the formwork beams with a non-woven fabric.

    H20N and P H16 P H16 N H24 H30* H36*

    perm. Q [kN] 11.0 8.5 7.5 12.5 15.0 17.0perm. M [kNm] 5.0 2.7 2.7 6.5 13.5 17.0E J [kNm2] 450 250 250 700 1250 1850perm. span [m] 4.00 3.20 3.20 4.80 6.00 6.00

    9768-200-01

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    Deflection diagrams

    Doka formwork beams H20 N and P

    M ... permitted bending moment Q ... permitted shear force p ... actual load (service load)

    Doka formwork beams H16 N and P

    M ... permitted bending moment Q ... permitted shear force p ... actual load (service load)

    Doka formwork beams H24

    M ... permitted bending moment Q ... permitted shear force p ... actual load (service load)

    Doka formwork beams H30

    M ... permitted bending moment Q ... permitted shear force p ... actual load (service load)

    Doka formwork beams H36

    M ... permitted bending moment Q ... permitted shear force p ... actual load (service load)

    Def

    lect

    ion

    [mm

    ]

    Support centres L [m]

    Def

    lect

    ion

    [mm

    ]

    Support centres L [m]

    9732-105

    0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0

    16

    14

    12

    10

    8

    6

    4

    2

    0

    L/500Q M

    0.5 kN/m

    1

    1.5

    2

    2.53

    3.5

    4

    4.55

    10

    1520

    3040

    7.5

    L

    p [kN/m]

    9732-110

    0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5

    16

    14

    12

    10

    8

    6

    4

    2

    03.0 3.5

    L/500Q

    M

    0.5 kN/m

    1

    1.5

    22.5

    33.5

    44.5

    5

    1015203040

    7.5

    L

    p [kN/m]

    Def

    lect

    ion

    [mm

    ]

    Support centres L [m]

    Def

    lect

    ion

    [mm

    ]

    Support centres L [m]

    Def

    lect

    ion

    [mm

    ]

    Support centres L [m]

    9732-111

    0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0

    16

    14

    12

    10

    8

    6

    4

    2

    06.0

    L/500

    QM

    0.5 kN/m

    1

    1.522.5

    33.5

    44.55

    7.5

    10

    1520

    3040

    L

    p [kN/m]

    9732-112

    0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0

    16

    14

    12

    10

    8

    6

    4

    2

    06.0 7.0

    L/500

    Q

    M

    0.5 kN/m

    1

    1.52

    2.53

    3.54

    4.55

    7.5

    10

    15

    203040

    L

    p [kN/m]

    0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0

    16

    14

    12

    10

    8

    6

    4

    2

    06.0 7.0

    p [kN/m]

    L

    9732-113

    L/500

    QM

    0.5 kN/m

    1

    1.5

    22.5

    33.5

    44.5

    57.5

    10

    15

    203040

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    Possible incorrect usages

    WARNING Use Doka formwork beams only in the

    "upright" position.The only exceptions to this rule are use cases explicitly permitted in Doka documents. (e. g. in formwork for casting drop beams with the Beam forming support 20, etc.)

    Correct "upright" positioning(load direction is parallel to web

    plane).

    Incorrect positioning "turned on side" (load direction at right

    angles to web plane).Wall formwork

    Floor formwork

    Supported length a of the beam 15 cm permitted.

    Supported length a of the beam < 15 cm not permitted.

    9791

    -206

    -01

    9791

    -205

    -01

    9791

    -219

    -01

    9791

    -220

    -01

    9791-223-01

    a

    9791-223-02

    a

    WARNING The uses illustrated below are prohibited, as

    are other, similar uses!

    Do not use as scaffold flooring.

    Do not use as traffic-route flooring.

    No butt joins permitted (e.g. on screw-jack U-heads).

    9791

    -200

    -01

    9791

    -201

    -01

    9791-223-03 9791-223-04

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    Technical conditionThe following quality criteria define the extent of dam-age permissible in terms of load-bearing strength. Use is prohibited if damage is beyond these limits.

    Flange

    Angled cracks (across the grain)

    Not permissible.

    Straight cracks (parallel to the flange)

    parallel to flange, permissible up to width a = 2 mm. If the flange can be parted at the crack the beam is

    not in usable condition.

    Splintering at side

    permissible up to depth a = 10 mm and length b = 500 mm on one side.

    Angled splintering across the edge

    permissible up to a = 30 mm across the diagonal and up length b = 500 mm.

    9791-208-01

    9791-213-01

    a

    9791-207-01

    9791-210-02

    a

    b

    9791-211-02

    9791-214-01

    a

    b

    9791-214-01

    9791-207-02

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    Saw cuts

    Superficial saw cuts up to depth a = 2 mm are per-missible.

    Flange end

    Splintering a up to length = 60 mm is permissible.

    Damage to the plastic cap has no effect on load-bearing strength, but beams damaged evincing damage of this kind do not necessarily meet the quality criteria for Doka rental formwork

    Drilled holes

    Not permissible, with the exception of system holes:

    - Waling attachment with beam screw

    a ... 15 mmb ... 112 mmDrilled-hole diameter max. 10 mm

    - Attachment of table head with beam screw

    a ... 15 mmc ... 396 mmDrilled-hole diameter max. 10 mm

    - Attachment of profiled timber formers

    d ... 113 mmDrilled-hole diameter max. 12 mm

    - System holes in the plastic cap of the Doka beam top

    Drilled-hole diameter max. 10 mm

    9791-209-02

    a

    9791-209-01

    9791-212-02

    a

    9791

    -207

    -09

    9791-207-07

    a

    b b

    9791-207-08

    a

    c

    d

    9791-221-01

    9791-222-01

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    Web

    Damage to web

    permissible only if slight and at one side of the beam.

    Damage to web end

    permissible up to max. a = 20 mm

    Drilled holes in web

    Permissible drilled holes: Standard holes

    - Each standard beam has 2 drilled holes, dia. 21.5 mm

    Additional system holes for:- Flange claw- Fastening plate- Connection splice plate- Table head 30- Lifting bracket- Portal head

    One drilled hole of maximum diameter 20 mm per run-ning metre in addition to the system holes is permissi-ble.If the incidence of drilled holes is frequent the overall condition of the beam is definitive.

    Detachment of flange from web

    not permissible.

    9791-216-01

    9791-207-04

    9791-217-01

    a

    9791-207-03

    9791-215-01

    9791-207-06

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    Transporting, stacking and storing

    Transport

    Always use strap slings to lift stacked beams - do not use chains.

    Stacked beams

    max. 2800 kg per stack

    Always sort beams for stacking, in other words do not stack beams N and P together in a mixed stack.

    Always use edge protectors when strapping beams together. Edge protectors can be padding made of plastic, wood or cardboard.

    Ground conditions for stacking

    Maximum angle of inclination of ground 3%. The ground on which the stack is to be placed must

    be adequately firm and level. Best-case conditions are concreted or paved storage areas.

    Storage on asphalt: Depending on the parts stored, place wooden bat-tens, strips of formwork sheeting or metal sheet between the parts and the asphalt surface to ensure that the weight is adequately spread.

    Storage on other surfaces (sand, gravel...): Adopt suitable measures for storage (e.g. place thick plywood sheets underneath the loads).

    Protect stacked beams from extreme climatic influences such as exposure to sunshine or moisture by covering them (with breathable tar-paulins). This reduces cracking. Only cover them never envelope them completely.

    When moving beams not securely strapped together, take care that loose beams cannot slip.

    Beam lengths

    < 5.90m5.90m up to

    < 6.50m

    6.50m to 12.00m

    Max. number of beams per stack 100 60 40

    Minimum number of wooden battens (min. 8 x 8 x 100 cm)

    2 2 3

    Size a 108 cm 108 cm 108 cmSize b for Doka beam H20 P 105 cm 64 cm 44 cmSize b for Doka beam H20 N 113 cm 69 cm 47 cmMax. number of stacks on top of one another 2 3 4

    9791-218-02 9791-218-01

    a

    b

    9791-202-01

    9791-224-01 9791-224-03 9791-224-02

    9791-204-01

    N

    P

    P

    P N

    NN

    NN

    P

    P

    N

    N

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    Reprocessing scrap material

    Doka formwork beams contain no wood preservatives and, consequently, they can be deposited for repro-cessing.Reprocessing by incineration in suitable incineration plants is recommended. It is advisable not to attempt to burn scrap material in open fires or domestic wood-burners.Always comply with the applicable local or national reg-ulations.

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    Component overview User Information Timber formwork beams

    Component overview[kg]Article n

    Doka beam H20 top N 1.80m 9.5 189011000Doka beam H20 top N 2.45m 12.8 189012000Doka beam H20 top N 2.65m 13.8 189013000Doka beam H20 top N 2.90m 15.0 189014000Doka beam H20 top N 3.30m 17.0 189015000Doka beam H20 top N 3.60m 18.5 189016000Doka beam H20 top N 3.90m 20.0 189017000Doka beam H20 top N 4.50m 23.0 189018000Doka beam H20 top N 4.90m 25.0 189019000Doka beam H20 top N 5.90m 30.0 189020000Doka beam H20 top N .....m 5.2 189010000Doka beam H20 top N .....m BS 5.2 189021000Doka-Trger H20 top N

    Doka beam H20 top P 1.80m 9.9 189701000Doka beam H20 top P 2.45m 13.2 189702000Doka beam H20 top P 2.65m 14.3 189703000Doka beam H20 top P 2.90m 15.6 189704000Doka beam H20 top P 3.30m 17.7 189705000Doka beam H20 top P 3.60m 19.2 189706000Doka beam H20 top P 3.90m 20.8 189707000Doka beam H20 top P 4.50m 23.9 189708000Doka beam H20 top P 4.90m 26.0 189709000Doka beam H20 top P 5.90m 31.2 189710000Doka beam H20 top P .....m 5.4 189700000Doka beam H20 top P .....m BS 5.4 189711000Doka-Trger H20 top P

    Doka beam H20 eco N 1.80m 9.0 189283000Doka beam H20 eco N 2.45m 12.3 189271000Doka beam H20 eco N 2.65m 13.3 189272000Doka beam H20 eco N 2.90m 14.5 189273000Doka beam H20 eco N 3.30m 16.5 189284000Doka beam H20 eco N 3.60m 18.0 189285000Doka beam H20 eco N 3.90m 19.5 189276000Doka beam H20 eco N 4.50m 22.5 189286000Doka beam H20 eco N 4.90m 24.5 189277000Doka beam H20 eco N 5.90m 29.5 189287000Doka beam H20 eco N .....m 5.0 189299000Doka beam H20 eco N .....m BS 5.0 189289000Doka-Trger H20 eco N

    Doka beam H20 eco N 1.25m 6.3 189282000Doka beam H20 eco N 12.00m 60.3 189288000Doka-Trger H20 eco N

    Doka beam H20 eco P 1.80m 9.4 189940000Doka beam H20 eco P 2.45m 12.7 189936000Doka beam H20 eco P 2.65m 13.8 189937000Doka beam H20 eco P 2.90m 15.1 189930000Doka beam H20 eco P 3.30m 17.2 189941000Doka beam H20 eco P 3.60m 18.7 189942000Doka beam H20 eco P 3.90m 20.3 189931000Doka beam H20 eco P 4.50m 23.4 189943000Doka beam H20 eco P 4.90m 25.5 189932000Doka beam H20 eco P 5.90m 30.7 189955000Doka beam H20 eco P 9.00m 46.8 189956000Doka beam H20 eco P .....m 5.2 189999000Doka beam H20 eco P .....m BS 5.2 189957000Doka-Trger H20 eco P

    Doka beam H20 eco P 1.25m 6.5 189939000Doka beam H20 eco P 12.00m 62.4 189993000Doka-Trger H20 eco P

    Doka beam H16 N 1.80m 6.3 189851000Doka beam H16 N 2.45m 8.6 189802000Doka beam H16 N 2.90m 10.2 189803000Doka beam H16 N 3.30m 11.6 189807000Doka beam H16 N 3.90m 13.7 189805000Doka beam H16 N 4.90m 17.2 189813000Doka beam H16 N 9.00m 31.5 189852000Doka beam H16 N .....m 3.5 189850000Doka-Trger H16 N

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    User Information Timber formwork beams Component overview

    Doka beam H16 P 1.80m 6.7 189969000Doka beam H16 P 2.45m 9.1 189961000Doka beam H16 P 2.90m 10.7 189962000Doka beam H16 P 3.30m 12.2 189963000Doka beam H16 P 3.90m 14.4 189966000Doka beam H16 P 4.90m 18.1 189967000Doka beam H16 P 9.00m 33.3 189970000Doka beam H16 P .....m 4.3 189960000Doka-Trger H16 P

    Doka formwork beam H24 N 4.90m 27.7 189601000Doka formwork beam H24 N 7.40m 41.8 189602000Doka-Schalungstrger H24 N

    Doka formwork beam H30 N .....m 8.0 189099000Doka-Schalungstrger H30 N .....m

    Doka formwork beam H36 N .....m 9.0 189199000Doka-Schalungstrger H36 N .....m

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