Tierod Pipe Cap
Tierod pipe cap is used to keep the formwork at the same distance, and protects the tie-rod shaft from concrete leakage.
What is Tierod Pipe Cap?
Tierod pipe cap is attached to the end sides of the tie-rod pipe, which is used to keep the formwork at the same distance, and protects the tie-rod shaft from concrete leakage. Angles and gaps on the head can be easily covered by the joint filler.
Where to Use Tierod Pipe Cap?
It is the head that prevents leakage of concrete grout into the casing pipe of the stud used to keep the distance between the reinforced concrete curtain-column and beam molds constant. At the end of the work, the tierod pipe has a special plug to close the cap hole. Its robustness is indisputable.
The tierod pipe cap, which is used on the mold during concrete wall pouring during construction, is used as the cover of the connection area with the pipe. While making the mold, tierod pipe cap is used at both ends of the connecting rod sleeves to increase the strength of the mold. It allows the plastic cones to be removed more easily after removing the mold.
Because plastic cones create a grooved recess in the concrete for an easy injection. It is possible to find tierod pipe caps in different sizes for various recess depths and different sleeve diameters.