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Formwork molds in EPS (Styrofoam) and PUR (Polyurethane) give u freedom in designing your projects in concrete!

This makes our formwork ideal for applications in reconstruction & restauration, innovation, artworks, complex projects, 
road & bridge construction, ...

Contact us for a free discussion conserning the possibilities for shutterings in EPS and PUR for your project!

Railway station of Antwerpen (Belgium)

This reconstruction project started with 3D scanning and digital enhancing of the plaster cast from the original elements. With these digital images formwork in EPS was made for recreating the original shaping. The client poured concrete in the formworks to get artificial stone pieces with the original shape.

Railway Station Antwerpen
Railway Station Antwerpen

The end result.

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Railway Station Antwerpen
Railway Station Antwerpen

Formwork in EPS for a cornice.

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Railway Station Antwerpen
Railway Station Antwerpen

Close-up of the formwork in EPS for a cornice.

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Railway Station Antwerpen
Railway Station Antwerpen

Formwork in EPS for decorative cornice.

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Railway Station Antwerpen
Railway Station Antwerpen

The decorative cornice in concrete.

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Railway Station Antwerpen
Railway Station Antwerpen

The decorative cornice in close-up.

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Railway Station Antwerpen
Railway Station Antwerpen

The end result.

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Railway Station Antwerpen
Railway Station Antwerpen

Concrete pillar.

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Railway Station Antwerpen
Railway Station Antwerpen
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Crematorium Hofheide: Acoestic openings in the ceiling
Crematorium
Crematorium
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Crematorium
Crematorium

These elements in EPS were placed during the pouring of the concrete. They were removed afterwards, leaving acoustic holes in the ceiling.

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Crematorium
Crematorium

These elements in EPS were placed during the pouring of the concrete. They were removed afterwards, leaving acoustic holes in the ceiling.

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Crematorium
Crematorium

The EPS ceiling elements are being placed in between the rebars.

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Crematorium
Crematorium

The acoestic holes are still visible in the ceiling.

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Crematorium
Crematorium

The acoestic holes are still visible in the ceiling.

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Red Star Line: Shuttering for watchtower of the museum

‘The Red Star Line’ was a Belgian shipping company that sailed immigrants from Antwerp to New York between 1873 and 1935. A watchtower in the shape of a steamboat was built for the museum about ‘The Red Star Line’. Strabag used EPS inner-shutterings covered with orange PVC foil and EPS outer-shutterings covered with PS-foil.

Red Star Line
Red Star Line

The end result. Formwork for the tower, resembling the exhaust of a steam boat was made for the Red Star Line museum.

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Red Star Line
Red Star Line

Formwork in EPS with orange PVC foil to facilitate the stripping of the formwork from the concrete.

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Red Star Line
Red Star Line

The formwork of the previous picture was made to create this curved shape.

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Red Star Line
Red Star Line

This inner conical formwork is EPS, covered with orange PVC foil.

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Red Star Line
Red Star Line

This outer conical formwork is EPS, covered with a PS sheet.

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Red Star Line
Red Star Line

The inner conical formwork is EPS, covered with orange PVC foil and the outer conical formwork is EPS, covered with a PS sheet. In between the concrete is poured.

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Embassy of Qatar (in Brussel): Shuttering mold for the domes

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Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of Qatar

The formwork for the different domes were milled in EPS and covered with orange PVC foil. The formwork strips easier when covered with this foil.

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Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of Qatar

Twinplast made a basic shape in EPS. A mould for pouring different segments of a dome, was created (by our client) on this basic shape.

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Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of Qatar

Concrete segment of one of the domes.

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Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of Qatar

The concrete segments are being placed.

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Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of Qatar

Twinplast mills the round inner formwork for one of the domes.

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Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of Qatar

The milled round formwork is now covered with orange PVC foil (to facilitate stripping).

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Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of Qatar

Another dome element with was milled and covered with orange PVC foil.

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Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of Qatar

Another dome element with was milled and covered with orange PVC foil.

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Embassy of Qatar
Embassy of Qatar
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EPS shuttering molds were made for pouring the inner and outer domes in concrete by Prefadim. These shutterings in EPS were covered with orange PVC-foil for facilitating the formwork stripping.

Radar tower (Oostende): Gradual formwork in EPS
Radar tower
Radar tower
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Radar tower
Radar tower
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Radar tower
Radar tower
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Concrete Challenge Desk: Shuttering mold for the desk for an exposition.
Concreet Challenge Desk
Concreet Challenge Desk

For the exposition ‘Experimenteel Beton’ (experimental concrete), this desk in concrete, on which can be written with white-marker was made. A formwork in EPS was made. Design: Michaela Stegerwald, Stegerwald Designs Formwork: Twinplast & NOE betonvormgeving Concrete: 8R betondesign

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Concreet Challenge Desk
Concreet Challenge Desk

For the exposition ‘Experimenteel Beton’ (experimental concrete), this desk in concrete, on which can be written with white-marker was made. A formwork in EPS was made. Design: Michaela Stegerwald, Stegerwald Designs Formwork: Twinplast & NOE betonvormgeving Concrete: 8R betondesign

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Concreet Challenge Desk
Concreet Challenge Desk

For the exposition ‘Experimenteel Beton’ (experimental concrete), this desk in concrete, on which can be written with white-marker was made. A formwork in EPS was made. Design: Michaela Stegerwald, Stegerwald Designs Formwork: Twinplast & NOE betonvormgeving Concrete: 8R betondesign

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