RATEC is trendsetter in the development and production of magnetic formwork technology. For any formwork assignment we develop the suitable solution for you. Our standard solutions have proven their worth in tough practical testing.
From the switchable magnet box up to complete formwork solutions for automated circulation plants, RATEC’s ideas have decisively shaped and influenced precast concrete production in the past 20 years. With RATEC’s innovative upcrete® technology almost any conceivable precast concrete element geometry can be realized by pumping concrete into the mold from below.
The upcrete® battery system, 3D-module mold, UPP pump station and the universal concrete inlet UCI are the main components. The flexibility of the system offers unique potentials for shaping, dimensions and economy – while at the same time achieving top quality and all sides smooth surfaces.
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Forest City. The venture is Asia’s largest urban development project situated in South Malaysia. For construction of the architecturally demanding residential buildings the first precast plant only began operation recently. RATEC magnetic formwork technology is applied here. In addition ...| » المزيد
China’s leading developer and provider of energy solutions is using upcrete ® technology for its current wind energy project. Two UPP100 pump stations were installed at two locations to produce the precast concrete components for the construction of 120-meter high wind towers. The ma...| » المزيد
In Melbourne a new Sky Rail is currently being built to provide significant relief for the traffic situation in the city. RATEC’s upcrete ® pump technology from RATEC is used in the production of the precast columns. For the technically demanding construction of the column elements...| » المزيد
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