The ST 100 Stacking Tower Configurator helps to determine parameters for shoring structures. The users determine with the web-based configurator easy, fast and precisely the permissible leg loads as well as the minimum loads against sliding. Results are based on the Type Test TP-12-004 of the German Institute for Building Technology (DIBt) and on the performance data from PERI.
to the ST 100 Stacking Tower Configurator
After entry of the parameters for a free-standing or restrained at the top tower configuration, the user receives his individual result. This contains the representation of the static system, the respective PERI ST 100 Stacking Tower configuration type, the max. spindle extensions and the permissible vertical leg loads Fv, if applicable Fv,min in kN.
The PDF output format is provided for the documentation, for direct printing or for sending via e-mail by the application. A construction description for customers has been included into this datasheet.
The tool enables the selection of comprehensive configuration variants for various head spindle types, the consideration of wind effects on the shoring and the use of diagonal bracings. This app provides solutions for tower heights between 1,80 m and 22,29 m.
The type calculation is based on the European standard DIN EN 12812 "Falsework - Performance requirements and general design" including National Annex. This standard regulates, among other things, requirements for proposals and application of shoring structures and includes procedures for their design.
Basis of the ST 100 Stacking Tower Configurator are the test report of the German Institute for Building Technology (DIBt) in Berlin with number TP-12-004 from 21.11.2012 and the performance data of the shoring system PERI ST 100 Stacking Tower, which are to be taken from the assembly instructions for the shoring system PERI ST 100 Stacking Tower.
Knowledge of the standard and its terminology is required in order to apply the results of the ST 100 Stacking Tower Configurator.
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