Our Shoring Systems are renowned for high stability, ease of erection and quality. Our team of design specialists are experienced in shoring design for residential and commercial buildings, underground parkades and renovation projects.
We manufacture Heavy Duty Steel, Aluminum Shoring Frames and components for the purpose of creating substructure for suspended concrete slabs. Re-shoring and light duty shoring jacks are supplied for the temporary support of various loads suspended at any height.
Shoring is a system of vertical supports used as temporary replacements for the building's columns or walls.Our shoring department specializes in suspended slab support shoring for low rise building as well as fly-form tables for high-rises.
- The shores range between 4’0″ up to 18’0″
- Aluminum beams from 5’0″ to 30′ in length and 4 x 6 in lengths from 4’0″ to 14’0″ are available.
- All Shoring products come with drawings that feature an engineering safety stamp.
- All Shoring products are tested and 100% safe.
SHORING INSTALLATION FINAL INSPECTION GUIDELINES
- There is sound foundation under every leg.
- All base plates and screw jacks are in firm contact with the foundation.
- Every component (including exterior bracing) agrees with the shoring layout as to type, span, number, location and size.
- All shore pins are properly installed and fully seated.
- All frames are plumb and braced to form towers and/or all posts are plumb and braced as required by user instructions.
- All form-work follows forming layout and horizontal beams fully bear on their supports.
- All clamps, screws, pins and other fasteners (including locking devices on adjustable beam) are closed, tightened or engaged.
SAFETY GUIDELINES FOR CONCRETE FRAMEWORK
- Inspect all equipment before using and never use any equipment that is damaged, severely rusted or is missing locking devices. Any component which cannot be brought into proper alignment or contact with the component onto which it is intended to fit shall be removed and replaced.
- Inspect erected shoring and forming prior to pour and after pour until concrete is set for conformity with layout and safety practices.
- Follow all provincial, local and federal codes, ordinances and regulations pertaining to shoring.
- Ensure a shoring layout will be available and used on the job site at all times.
- Shoring safety is everyone’s responsibility.
Consult your Canada Scaffold Supply representative when in doubt.
Shoring is our business. Never take chances.