Tilt Propping

Description

Tilt propping is the use of angled props to support walls, typically pre-cast concrete panels used in tilt-up construction methods for commercial and industrial buildings. Tilt propping enables entire structures to be erected quickly and safely. 

 

Usage

Tilt propping makes use of pre-cast, reinforced concrete panels, and tilt props (also known as push pull props) to support them. Tilt props are fixed to the panel and, once the panel has been lifted into place, they are fixed to the ground, propping the panel and transferring load to the ground. Typically two or more props are used for each panel, although this can increase depending on the size and weight of the concrete.

Using the tilt propping method, large buildings can easily be erected efficiently by a small team, with a crane handling heavy lifting and crew fixing tilt props in place to bear the lead of the walls. Certification of load amounts should always be carried out by a qualified engineer. Typical products used in tilt propping include aluminium tilt props and t-locks

 

working with us

Do you need a tilt propping solution on your next project? Shore Hire makes it easy for contractors with its comprehensive product range and unparalleled service and support. We stock proven, high quality equipment and accessories and can ensure reliable supply for any project size. Need expert advice and service? Shore Hire’s experienced engineering, transport and rigging departments can deliver a complete solution, which means you can focus on the job at hand.

Contact Shore Hire on 1300 196 361 for a no obligations consultation. 

Equipments used for Tilt Propping

Miranda

Shore Hire provided an engineered solution consisting of hardwood sleepers as a timber base pad, a Shore 400 support tower and hydraulic jacks to

Roseville

With the current upgrade to the Sydney rail network our Engineering division was employed to assist in delivering a solution to support an abutme

Ashfield

During the replacement of these high load bearing columns at Ashfield, Shorehire supplied three types of propping products to help carry out this

St Leonards

During this major reconstruction of Royal North Shore Hospital Shorehire supplied Tri Shore and Shore 1000 heavy duty propping systems to assist