Water retainer is used to reinforce the mold by mounting special type studs on both ends of the water-retaining water structures.
What is Water Retainer?
Water Retainer is the product used in water structures and some special structures when tie-rod holes are not desired. It is made of ductile iron. The water retainer is full in the middle.
What Is It Used For?
Water retainer is used to reinforce the mold by mounting special type studs on both ends of the water-retaining water structures. It provides great convenience in the insulation of buildings by staying in concrete.
Why Water Retainer?
- It is practical, easy to maintain and use.
- It increases the strength of the mold.
- Water retainer provides the necessary connection between the panels on both sides of the main wall column and beam formwork.
- It reduces time and labor costs due to its fast disassembly and assembly.
- It is long-lasting and can be used over and over again.
- The use of a water retainer adds stability to the formwork installation. Tie-rot is attached to both ends to reinforce the mold.
How to Use It?
Apart from tie-rod shafts, there are tie-rod protective pipes and pipe heads. Tie-rod shafts are removed after pouring concrete into the mold. Water retainer, tie-rod protective pipe, and pipe heads remain in the concrete.
Water Retainer Usage Areas
Water retainer is generally used in treatment facilities to prevent water tightness.