Column – Beam – Moulds, 3 pieces A9349

Column – Beam – Moulds – FOR SALE

Mould No.1
Year 1994. Max. Dimension 80 x 100cm, Length 24m (3 parts 1x12m, 2x6m)
Height 1.60m, Width over all 2.40m, 1-sided stroke, Shipping length 1x12m, 2x6m
Included: 12 vibrators
Mould No.2
Year 1995. Max. Dimension 80 x 80cm, Length 20m (3 parts 1x8m, 2x6m)
Height 1.51m, Width over all 2.40m, 1-sided stroke, Shipping length 1x8m, 2x6m
Included: 10 vibrators
Mould No.3
Year 1995. Max. Dimension 80 x 120cm, Length 20m (3 parts 1x8m, 2x6m)
Height 2.20m, Width over all 2.40m, 1-sided stroke, Shipping length 1x8m, 2x6m
Included: 10 vibrators



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Battery Mold ELEMATIC 3.03 X 8.0M, 7 Compartments, A9347 **SOLD**

Battery Mould – FOR SALE

In mint condition / not used, only 1 test process
Year of construction: 2010

Technical specifications:
7 pouring compartments, size: 3.03m x 8.0 m
1 fixed outer wall, thickness 780mm
6 movable partitions on rails, thickness 220mm
1 movable outer wall, thickness 780mm on rails
Incl. Work platform, stairs and railings
including external vibrators and
1 frequency converter and controller
1 hydraulic unit to close the battery mold
1 built-in heating register in outer and movable partitions


Battery Mould ELEMATIC

Battery Mould ELEMATIC

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Stirrup Bender SCHNELL Formula 14, A9348 **SOLD**

SCHNELL Formula 14 – already sold

Year: 2008
Working Hours: 17700
Two Pay-Offs and Two COIL Holders,
-Semi Automatic Diameter Change
-Single Strand dia: 6-14mm / #2 – #4
-Double Strand dia: 6-10mm / #2 – #3
-Max bending angle: 180°
-Central mandrels dia.: 20-70mm
-Max pulling speed: 150 m/min
-Max Bending speed: 1950°/sec
-Average electric power consumtion: 3kW

SCHNELL Formula Sapiens

SCHNELL Formula Sapiens 2008

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Used precast concrete plants and equipment

History of precast concrete elements manufacture


If we look back at the history of using precast concrete elements in construction, Europe is a success story. We have seen an enormous speed of development in the last 40 years. Especially the emergence of new floor and wall systems together with new production technologies lead to a very high automation and quality level.
But for those who intend to profit from this business there is a huge obstacle on the way: high investment!
There is a solution for this dilemma. In many cases used precast production machinery and equipment is capable to fulfil the task of manufacturing precast concrete elements. And that at prices which are only a fraction of comparable new equipment.


Used precast machinery, used formwork, used wall panel production, used floor slab production systems, used pallets circle lines, used precast carousel lines, used tilting tables, used hollowcore production, used block making machines, used batching and mixing systems, used molds, used concrete pipe machines and so on. The list is almost endless and each interesting precast investor will find the appropriate machinery in reasonable time by using the assistance of GMS, which can be accessed at


GMS matches supply and demand for precasters not only in Europe but worldwide. Used precast production machines and equipment are often the first step. The second is Success and Innovation. Contact office(at)


Gebrauchte Betonfertigteilmaschinen

Used-precast-plants and equipment

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Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) in less than 5 minutes

Learn how to design a Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) in less than 5 minutes using Quality Mix, the Mix Design Calculator module by Concrete Quality. You can watch the video here. This video shows the Step by Step mix design mode. In the Step by Step mode you tell the software the concrete’s characteristics you want, then select the raw materials you want to use and that’s it! Quality Mix gives you the calculated mix design along with recommendations and warnings for transportation, casting and curing. You can then save this to your database as a new mix design, as a version of an existing one, or create a trial batch to test it in the lab.

The future of Mix Design


Added Value for the #precast #concrete industry – Nemetschek Engineering

  • The precast concrete industry is showing a solid growth worldwide. Quality, productivity, efficient cost and value management from project inception to completion are just some of the advantages of prefab concrete over traditional construction methods.

    However, to make optimal use of these advantages, all of the processes – the design and detailing, production, construction site management and many more – need to be merged into an efficiently functioning, homogenous unit.
    A software must stay abreast of these requirements.

    A leading solution for precast companies – ALLPLAN Precast

    Allplan precast

    Allplan precast


Używane do produkcji prefabrykatów betonowych

Kontrola używanych maszyn produkcyjnych w Austrii i Niemczech

Karuzela linie, systemy obiegu palet
Produkcja płyt stropowych
Produkcja podwójna ścianka
Produkcja solidne ściany, podłogi lub ściany kanapka
Produkcji elementów elewacyjnych
Konstrukcyjne elementy prefabrykowane / specjalne części
Wzmocnienie Produkcja Maszyny i urządzenia
Mieszanie roślin, mobilne i stacjonarne
Konkretne systemy dystrybucji
Hollow rdzeń produkcji płyty
Zakłady produkcji paneli ściennych
Płyty i belki sprężonego
Przechylne i stacjonarne stoły
Formularze i formy do budowy strukturalnej

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Precast concrete systems in developing vs. industrialized countries

Precast concrete technology is recognized worldwide as offering significant advantages. Despite the advantages they offer, precast concrete building systems’ share in both Turkey and the U.S. is very low, especially when compared to many European countries.

precast doublewall made by oberndorfer


Since Turkey is a developing country that is technologically dependent on the developed world, low share of industrialized building systems is highly expected in that country. However, the U.S. is a developed and industrialized country, so it was very interesting to see that these systems are not extensively used in that country either.

This study investigated the factors that prevent the extensive use of precast concrete systems in the U.S. and Turkey through an extensive questionnaire survey. The survey results revealed that the perceptions of the American vs. Turkish respondents on most of the factors that affect the use of precast concrete systems are significantly different from each other.

While American respondents considered size and load restrictions on transportation, poor communication among parties, and lack of qualified contractors specialized in precast concrete systems as three most important barriers to the extensive use of precast concrete systems in the U.S. building construction market, Turkish respondents ranked lack of good communication among parties and lack of structural engineers and contractors specialized in precast concrete systems as the most important three factors that prevent the extensive use of these systems in Turkey.

This study indicated that precast concrete users and manufacturers should recognize that the main reasons for low utilization of precast concrete systems predominantly depend on the prevailing conditions of the country in question.
Source: Journal of Civil Engineering and Management Volume 16(1)