Ultramax L is universal panel formwork as part of our modular wall formwork system.
The same material is used for ties, anchors, corners and accessories as for handset and ganged modules.
In this way, the three modules can be easily combined with each other, allowing them to be used for all areas of wall formwork with ease.
Our crane-independent panel formwork offers a wide range of applications, from garden walls to cellars for detached houses, refurbishment of old buildings and residential units, right through to small commercial and industrial projects. The sturdy frame construction also allows crane ganging, on the one hand, and combination with the larger panels of the Ultramax S, on the other.
The heart of the system is the B=100 cm unit. This unit is used wherever possible, making formwork planning in a one-metre grid the easiest and most practical system conceivable. Complicated preparatory work is now a thing of the past. Defining the material requirements for a 12.14 m wall, for example, is a simple matter (twelve one-metre units with a residual length of 14 cm). The one-metre gauge makes the calculation of additional parts a quick, reliable matter.
Ultramax L reduces follow-up costs by up to 50% due to its long service life (robust, corrosion-free construction) and low costs for cleaning, repair and refurbishment. Systems that claim to be comparable have difficulty matching these features.
The standard unit with a width of 100 cm and a height of 300 cm weighs just 71 kg, making it easy for two people to handle the unit without wasting time waiting for the crane.
Friction clamp connections between panels by means of the robust wedge lock