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Length, Weight, & Maximum Load Capacity
MP 250 (1.45 – 2.50 m) 15.40 kg 99.3 kN
MP 350 (1.95 – 3.50 m) 19.40 kg 96.0 kN
MP 480 (2.60 – 4.80 m) 24.80 kg 94.0 kN
MP 625 (4.30 – 6.25 m) 34.60 kg 57.9 kN
Note: Each prop carries up to 60 kN at any height, not just max capacity.
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PERI MULTIPROP Props MP can be used as individual props and in combination with the Frame MRK as a table or tower. The outer tube of the MULTIPROP prop is powder coated. The Frame MRK can be mounted on both the outer and inner tube. The integrated measuring tape and free-running collar allow accurate and fast height adjustment. The MULTIPROP prop has a fail-safe feature which prevents the inner tube from unintentionally slipping out. Markings on the outer tube facilitate the exact assembly of the MRK Frame. For any assembly work, only a hammer is required. Main Components MULTIPROP 120, L = 0.80 - 1.20 m MULTIPROP 250, L = 1.45 - 2.50 m MULTIPROP 350, L = 1.95 - 3.50 m MULTIPROP 480, L = 2.60 - 4.80 m MULTIPROP 625, L = 4.30 - 6.25 m Steel MRK frames available in the following sizes: 62.5, 75, 90, 120, 137.5 and 150 cm. Aluminium MRK frames available in the following sizes: 201.5, 225, 230, 237, 266 and 296 cm. Standard configuration System Dimensions Assembly heights as individual props according to the permissible extension lengths 0.80 m - 6.25 m or 1.30 m - 6.75 m together with Base MP 50. Assembly heights as system with Frame MRK up to a maximum 14.40 m, or 14.90 m with Base MP 50. In the ground plan, square or rectangular depending on the Frame MRK used, from 0.625 m to 2.96 m. Technical Data For permissible load-bearing capacities, see type tests and PERI charts. Intended use 1. PERI products are exclusively technical working materials which are intended for commercial use by technically competent users only. 2. This assembly instructions serve as the basis for the project-related risk assessment and the instructions for the provision and use of the system by the contractor (user). However, they do not replace these. 3. Only PERI original components may be used. The use of other products and spare parts represent a misapplication with associated safety risks. 4. The components are to be inspected before each use to ensure that they are in perfect condition and function correctly. 5. Changes to PERI components are not permitted and represent a misapplication with associated safety risks. 6. Safety instructions and permissible loads must be observed. 7. Components provided by the contractor must conform with the characteristics required in these assembly instructions as well as all valid construction guidelines and standards. In particular, the following apply if nothing else is specified: – timber components: Strength Class C24 for Solid Wood EN 338. – scaffold tubes: galvanised steel tubing with minimum dimensions Ø 48.3 x 3.2 mm according to EN 12811- 1:2003 22.214.171.124. – scaffold tube couplings according to EN 74. 8. Deviations from the standard configuration may only be carried out after a separate risk assessment has been done by the contractor (user). On this basis, appropriate measures for the working safety and stability are to be implemented. 4 Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration MULTIPROP System Introduction Safety instructions Additional PERI product information – type test for MULTIPROP individual props – type test for the MULTIPROP system – type test for the MULTIPROP individual props with Base MP 50 – type test for the MULTIPROP system with Base MP 50 General 1. Deviations from the standard configuration and/or intended use present a potential safety risk. 2. All country-specific laws, standards and other safety regulations are to be taken into account when are products are used. 3. During unfavorable weather conditions, suitable precautions and measures are to be taken to guarantee working safety and stability. 4. The contractor (user) must ensure the stability throughout all phases of construction. He must ensure and verify that all occuring loads are safely transferred. 5. The contractor (user) has to provide safe working areas for site personnel which are to be reached via safe access means. Areas of risk must be closed off and marked accordingly. Hatches and openings on accessible working areas must be kept closed during working operations. 6. In order to ensure better understandability, detailed descriptions are partly incomplete. The safety installations which have possibly not been shown in these detailed descriptions must nevertheless be available. Storage and transportation 1. Do not drop the components. 2. Store and transport components so that no unintentional change in their position is possible. Detach lifting gear from the lowered units only if these are in a stable position and no unintentional change is possible. 3. When moving, components are to be picked up and set down so that any unintentional toppling over, falling apart, slipping or rolling are avoided. 4. Use only suitable load-carrying equipment to move the components as well as the designated load-bearing points. 5. During the lifting and moving procedure, ensure all loose parts are removed or secured. 6. During the moving procedure, always use a guide rope. 7. Move components only on clean, flat and sufficiently load-bearing surfaces. System-specific 1. Retract components only when the concrete has sufficiently hardened and the person in charge has given the goahead for striking to take place. 2. Anchoring is to take place only if the anchorage has sufficient concrete strength. – PERI design tables – Instructions for Use for trolley and winch unit – Instructions for Use for pallets and stacking devices The structures presented in these assembly instructions are shown in the form of examples with only one component size. They are valid accordingly for all component sizes contained in the standard configuration. General Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration 5 A1 Storage and transportation Consider Instructions for Use for PERI pallets and stacking devices! Manually-created transport units must be correctly stacked and secured! Example, MULTIPROP props with spacers and steel band. (Fig. 2) The safety hook (1.3) prevents the inner tube (1.2) from slipping out and must be engaged. Transport PERI pallets and stacking devices are suitable for lifting with a crane or forklift. They can also be moved with the PERI pallet lifter. All pallets and stacking devices can be lifted using both the longitudinal and front sides. The following are just some examples. MULTIPROP System Outer Tube 2.4 Inner Tube A2 MULTIPROP accessories Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration Frame MRK Set the MULTIPROP Frame MRK down in a secure position so that it cannot tip over! Do not damage the wedge connection! Assembly Always mount the Frame MRK (2) on the props (1) so that the wedge can be hit into position with the hammer from top to bottom. (Fig. 4) If required, use the tripod as an erection aid during assembly. 1. Open wedge connection A (silver) (2.1) or B (yellow) (2.2). The wedge (2.3) is at the top. (Fig. 5) 2. Engage the wedge connection into the tread grooves of the MP tube. (Fig. 6) 3. Keep the wedge connection closed. 4. Firly strike the wedge with the hammer. 5. Close the other wedge connections in the same way. The frame is mounted to the prop. (Fig. 6) If the wedge slips through, there is no clamping effect! (Fig. 7) – remove wedge connection and then re-connect – for a tight connection to the outer or inner tube, two wedge courses (2.4) have been integrated in the wedge itself. MULTIPROP System Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 1 2 2.3 2.1/2.2 7 400 11 Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration A2 MULTIPROP accessories MULTIPROP System Arrangement of the Frame MRK Universally valid The arrangement of the Frame MRK is to be taken from the respective type test. Markings on the outer tube Arrange the Frame MRK with the top wedge connections on the circularshaped recesses (11) of the outer tube. This results in a distance of 40 cm to the base plate. (Fig. 8) Fig. 9 Outer tube + inner tube Inner Tube ≤ MRK 90 Only the same-coloured wedge connections are to be used at a connection point. (Fig. 9) When inserted, the wedges (2.3) of the wedge connections must always be pointing downwards so that any self-actuating is not possible! View A-A Yellow Silver Silver Yellow Silver Yellow Yellow Silver Outer Tube ≤ MRK 90 Yellow Silver Silver Yellow – The Frame ≤ MRK 90 must be in a counter position on the inner tube as mounted on the outer tube. Thus the colour of the wedge connections on the tube changes over the height of the tower. (Fig. 10) Fig. 8 Fig. 10 8 3° 4 4 A2 MULTIPROP accessories Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration Tilting Base MKF Max. permissible load-bearing capacity 60 kN The Tilting Base MKF (4) with the quickaction clamp coupling can be pivoted on all sides up to 3°. This means that MULTIPROP props can be positioned on inclined surfaces. (Fig. 11) Assembly 1. Insert centring pins (4.3) of the head plate (4.1) into the drilled holes of the prop base plate (1.8) or head plate (1.9). 2. Hit clamping claws (4.2) with the hammer over the prop base or head plate. 3. Spindle Tilting Base MKF with rotary wings (4.4) to size. Max. spindle extension: 100 mm. Tilting Base MKF is connected to the prop. (Fig. 12) Use Tilting Base MKF only with braced props! The first Frame MRK can be mounted a maximum of 40 cm above the upper edge of the base plate! – When under load, the rotary wing can be turned by means of an assembly lever or hammer. – Never loosen the rotary wings with force e.g. hammer blow. Risk of breakage! (Fig. 13) Releasing 1. Open clamping claws with the hammer. 2. Remove Tilting Base MKF. MULTIPROP System Fig. 11 Fig. 12 Fig. 13 Inclination max. 4.2 4.1 4.4 1.8/1.9 4.1 4.4 4.3 ≤ 400 9 3° Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration A2 MULTIPROP accessories Tilting Forkhead MKK Permissible load-bearing capacity: see MULTIPROP System type test. The Tilting Forkhead MKK (5) with quick-action clamp coupling can be pivoted by 3° on all sides. It serves to securely accommodate one or two GT 24 or VT 20 girders for non-horizontal slab formwork. (Fig. 14) Assembly 1. Insert centring pins (5.3) of the base plate (5.1) into the drilled holes of the prop base plate (1.8) or head plate (1.9). 2. Hit clamping claws (5.2) with the hammer over the prop base or head plate. 3. Spindle Tilting Forkhead MKK with rotary wings (5.4) to size. Max. spindle extension: 100 mm. (Fig. 15) – Horizontal forces can be safely transferred. – When under load, the rotary wing can be turned by means of an assembly lever or hammer. – Never loosen the rotary wings with force e.g. hammer blow. Risk of breakage! Releasing 1. Open clamping claws with the hammer. 2. Remove Tilting Forkhead MKK. MULTIPROP System Fig. 14 Fig. 15 5 5 5.1 + 5.3 1.8/1.9 5.2 5.4 10 A2 MULTIPROP accessories Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration MULTIPROP Strap U100-U140 For transferring high loads, steel walers as the main beam can be connected to the props during the assembly of a slab table instead of twin main beams consisting of GT 24 girders. One MULTIPROP Strap U100-U140 is assembled to each prop. Assembly 1. Loosen hex. nut M16 (6.4). 2. Insert plate (6.2) between the web of the U-profile. 3. Attach suspended plate (6.1) from below in the drilled holes of the base or head plate (1.8 or 1.9). 4. Tighten hex. nut M16. The strap holds the steel waler in position on the prop. (Fig. 16) Releasing 1. Loosen the hex. nut M16 (6.4). 2. Pull out suspended plate from the drilled holes of the base or head plate and remove strap. MULTIPROP System Fig. 16 1.8/1.9 6.2 6.1 U100-U140 6.4 Connection MULTIPROP with MPB 24 For transferring high loads, the MULTIPROP Aluminium Girder MPB 24 can be used as the main beam during the assembly of a slab table. Assembly Assembly takes place with two diagonally- arranged MULTIPROP Strap MPB 24 and MP bolts with nuts. (Fig. 16a) Fig. 16a Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration 11 A2 MULTIPROP accessories MULTIPROP System Base MP 50 For the permissible load-bearing capacity, see type test: – MULTIPROP System with Base MP 50 – MULTIPROP slab props with Base MP 50 – The Base MP 50 (3) provides a prop extension of 50 cm. – The MULTIPROP prop can be mounted on the Base MP 50 with the inner or outer tube. Assembly 1. Place prop (1) on the Base MP 50 (3) 2. Centring pins (3.3) of the base engage in the drilled holes of the prop base plate (1.8) or head plate (1.9). (Fig. 17) 3. Hit clamping claws (3.2) using a hammer over the prop base plate or head plate. (Fig. 18) Base MP 50 is connected to the prop. Releasing 1. Loosen the clamping claws with the hammer. 2. Remove the Base MP 50. Fig. 17 Fig. 18 3.2 3.3 1.9 1 3 3.2 1.8 12 A2 MULTIPROP accessories Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration MULTIPROP System PERI formwork support with and without self-locking coupling The PERI formwork support fits all common slab props with 40 mm hole diameters. (Fig. 19) Assembly 1. Place head on the prop base plate (1.8) or head plate (1.9). 2. Engage self-locking coupling or secure head with pin and cotter pin. 3. Position prop. The formwork can now be supported. ( Fig. 20) Releasing Release the self-locking coupling or loosen pin and remove head. Fig. 20 1.8 1.9 Prophead SSK Drophead SFK Combihead SCK Crosshead 20/24 Clawhead 24 Clawhead 16/20 Fig. 19 Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration 13 Handling and use Place MULTIPROP prop with retracted inner tube on appropriately-positioned trestles. (Fig. 21) Adjusting the prop 1. Press down safety hook (1.3). The adjusting collar (1.4) is disconnected. 2. Extend inner tube (1.2) over the required prop length. 3. Reach the exact prop length by means of the adjusting collar on the integrated measuring tape (1.6) (36 mm adjusting range per turn). 4. Push in the inner tube until the adjusting collar lies against the rubbing plate (1.7). 5. Engage the safety hook. (Fig. 22) The prop has now been adjusted. Visual check of the safety hook. – Lift the prop so that the adjusting collar runs downwards. – Even if partially loaded up to 15 kN, the prop can be continuously readjusted with the adjusting collar. – In order to allow the prop to spindle unencumbered with loads > 60 kN, use a Wing Nut Spanner HD. – Occasionally grease the rubbing plate for easier handling. (Fig. 23) MULTIPROP System Fig. 21 Fig. 22 Fig. 23 1.4 1.2 1.6 1.7 1.3 A3 MULTIPROP as individual prop 14 Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration MULTIPROP System A4 MULTIPROP as system Prop connection With Connector MPV-2 The Connector MPV-2 (7) connects two MULTIPROP props with end plate thicknesses of 10 mm. Assembly 1. Insert centring pins (7.3) into the drilled holes of the prop base (1.8) or head plate (1.9). 2. Insert second prop on the centring pin of the Connector MPV. 3. Engage clamping jaws (7.2) in the centre drilled hole of the prop. 4. Turn clamping lever (7.1) to the right and firmly tighten. (Fig. 24) The props are connected. The tower height can be adjusted by means of the integrated measuring tape. An extra 2.5 cm must be added for each Connector MPV. Extended props may only be used for the erection of towers! Brace towers with MRK frames! Check connections to ensure fittings are tight! Fig. 24 Fig. 25 1.9 7.3 7.2 25 mm 8.1 8.2 7.3 1.8 7.1 MULTIPROP Connecting Bolt with Nut As an alternative to the Connector MPV-2, the end plates of both props can be connected using two diagonallyarranged Connecting Bolts (8.1) with Nuts (8.2). (Fig. 25) 15 1.2 1.8 A4 MULTIPROP as system Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration Horizontal assembly with 4 legs For horizontal assembly, a flat and even assembly area is required. Preparation 1. Adjust length of props accordingly as described in A3. 2. Pre-position props (1) and Frame MRK (2) on the ground: – The inner tubes (1.2) of the top and bottom props are pointing outwards. This means any ground unevenness can be more easily compensated as well as allowing the formwork to be levelled. – The measuring tape points towards the centre of the tower. (Fig. 26a) – The base plate (1.8) must lie with the edge area on the ground. (Fig. 26b) MULTIPROP System Fig. 26 Fig. 26b 1.6 1.2 2 – The prop splices are positioned on one level. The alignment of the prop axes is to be constantly monitored in order to avoid time-consuming corrections. – With rectangular-shaped shoring towers, assembly begins from the broader side, i.e. the wider frame is positioned on the ground. (Fig. 26) – The arrangement of the Frame MRK must correspond to the respective type test. 1.6 1 Fig. 26a 16 A4 MULTIPROP as system Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration Horizontal assembly with 4 legs Assembling the tower 1. Connect the props to each other. 2. Mount frames. (Fig. 27) MULTIPROP System Fig. 28 Fig. 27 3. Mount lateral frames. (Fig. 28) Check the colour of the wedge connections as well as the wedge direction. Assembly Instructions for Standard Configuration 17 A4 MULTIPROP as system Horizontal assembly with 4 legs Assembling the tower 4. Insert second pair of props into the opened wedge connections of the frame. 5. Close wedge connections and hammer in wedges. 6. Install top frame. (Fig. 29) The tower has now been assembled. – With larger units, the upper props can be inserted separately. Connect the props to each other before connecting to the frames. – For towers with heights > 7.0 m, a horizontal diagonal is to be attached to the MRK frames by means of swivel couplings at around half the tower height to ensure safeguarding the cross-sectional form. (Fig. 30) Erecting the tower 1. Attach 4-sling lifting gear (12) to two frames facing each other of the top row of frames. 2. Erect tower. 3. Align tower. 4. Brace tower if necessary. 5. Check stability. 6. Detach lifting gear. (Fig. 31) Before erecting, ensure that all adjusting collars are resting against their respective rubbing plates.