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Unique, and it has been developed to match the customer needs in terms of cost, simplicity, and time-saving.

We guarantee that there are no other panels that can match our feature.

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Our new ECO series formwork is a state-of-the-art design that provides several advantages while serving the same Formwork purpose. The Formwork consists of a single steel sheet, which makes it a lightweight steel panel that can be carried by two workers without the need for a crane. 

The side frame is consist of a flat bar to form an upright angle to the sheet. The flat bar will be used to joint panels horizontally using the side holes.   

The upper and lower frame consists of a perforated flat bar, and the number of holes varies based on the panel size. These holes are used for cascading the panels vertically to meet the desired height of the columns and walls.

For every 25cm, there are horizontal belts made of folded steel sheets to form a semi-rectangle shape. For sizes above 40cm, there are a total of 8 horizontal belts in every 3.5 meters panel height. On levels 1, 3, 6, and 9 there are two rectangular tubes at each level that provide horizontal support and Tie-Rod Holder Belt. The two rectangular tubes are located above and below the Tie-Rod holes.

We can meet your project-specific heights, as our panel can be fabricated in the range of 25-400cm. The height of 400cm can be achieved in a single panel or with an extension, as per the customer's requirements.

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In today’s construction technology, the insufficiency of qualified staff causes the installation process to take up more time and cost. This is why our systems are developed so that they are easy to assemble and barely require a guide during installation. No nails are needed during the installation of our Formwork, simply use the hammer to fix the pin and wedge during this process.

The fact that our Formworks are ready to be installed as soon as they arrive at the construction site, their ease of mobility, and the ability to obtain different measures with only a few accessories boost the competitive advantage of the economical construction.


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Tie Rod Plate and Nut (Optional)

  • Heavy Duty Designed to handle the Concrete load.

  • Nut Diameter 90mm, Weight 0.42kg

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Pin and Wedge

  • Quick installation for cascading joint shutters.

  • Quick installation for corner joints

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Waler Reinforcement Belt for One Sided Retaining Walls

  • Double Rectangular Steel Tube

  • Provides additional straitening to walls.Nut Diameter 90mm, Weight 0.42kg

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Waler Holder (Optional)

  • Tie-Rod Steel bar with Flat End used to fix the Waler with the transferable Shutter Panels without dismanteling.

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Plastic Stopper Plug

  • Seal the unused holes to prevent any concrete water leaks.

  • Two Sizes are available, 19mm for Pin & Wedge Holes & 26mm for Tie Rod holes.

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Fast Clip (Optional)

  • Quick installation for cascading joint shutters.

  • Used for Horizontal and Vertical cascading and not for shutter corners.

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Console Access Bracket (Optional)

  • Max. Load Weight handling 150kg/m2

  • Max. distance between console brackets

  • 200cm when using Solid Wood

  • 5X20X400cm

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Anchor Bolt (Optional)

  • For Repeated usage for fixing the Jack Base with the concrete.

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Double Push Pull Stabilizer Prop (Optional)

  • Ø60*3.0X2000-2400mm pipe.

  • Ø60*3.0X1000-1200mm pipe.

  • 4X Ø36*400mm screw shaft.

  • Assembly base pedestal.

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Single Push Pull Stabilizer Prop

  • Ø60*3.0X2000-2400mm pipe.

  • 2X Ø36*400 mm screw shaft.

  • Assembly base pedestal.


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Inner Corner

This type of joint is mainly used in Stair and Core Wall. The corner consists of a 12x15cm bent sheet with a 3cm Slip Box to form 15x15cm. The Slip will be useful to de-assemble the inner panels.

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Outer Angle

The angle will preserve the full length of panels by avoiding edge overlap when assembling the column corner. This is useful in buildings with multiple floors, where the size of the column reduced in higher floors.

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Inner Joint

This joint will preserve the full length of the Length panel(s), while the width panel facing the concrete will be reduced by 5cm from each side.

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Using the 2nd Sheet Hole for Panel sizes above 40cm in either Outer or Inner joints will reduce the relative length of the panel by 10cm at each end.

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Outer Joint

This joint will preserve the full length of the Width panel(s), while the Length panel facing the concrete will be reduced by 5cm from each side.


Combining Outer Joint at two opposite corners and Inner Joint on the other two, will reduced the relative length of both Width and Length  by 5cm in total.

12 different column 


Outer (40x50cm)


Outer (40x45cm)


Outer (40x40cm)


Inner (30x60cm)


Inner (25x60cm)


Inner (20x60cm)


Star (35x55cm)


Star (35x50cm)


Star (30x50cm)


Star (30x55cm)


Two Angles (35x60cm)


Four Angles (40x60cm)

Using Panel Size 40cm and 60cm, provides 12 different column dimensions when assemble, using the following assembly combinations.


ECO. can provide several panels with heights starting from 25cm up to 400cm as one piece. Usually, sizes between 25cm to 200cm are mainly used as extensions for our standard height (i.e. 350cm) or Neck Columns. This can be useful to reach almost any required height if column shifting is not preferred. Apart from the above standard panel sizes, ECO. can make customized panels as per customer requirements.

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Panels can be cascaded horizontally and vertically, they can be also laid down for footing, tie-beam, or even as an expansion to the vertical panels.



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