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TM 34 Tilt-up Technical Manual

Abbreviation
TM 34 Tilt-up Technical Manual
Valid from
01/06/2004

Information provider
CCANZ
Information type
Technical manual
Format
PDF


Description

Use of the term tilt-up is sometimes restricted to wall panels cast on a horizontal surface and requiring only to be tilted into their final location.

However many of the principles applying to this equally apply to the broader concept of site precasting of columns, beams and plane frames, which after being cast horizontally are lifted by crane and moved to their final location.

Thus, although this manual is written around the construction of tilt-up wall panels, it does have a wider application.

For assistance with locating previous versions, please contact the information provider.
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CCANZ: TM 34 Tilt Up Technical Manual – New Zealand Concrete Masonry Manual:1999 is not available online. However, the revised edition (2004) has been provided for reference.

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For assistance with locating previous versions, please contact the information provider.

CCANZ: TM 34 Tilt Up Technical Manual – New Zealand Concrete Masonry Manual:1999 is not available online. However, the revised edition (2004) has been provided for reference.

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TM 34 Tilt-up Technical Manual

Description

Use of the term tilt-up is sometimes restricted to wall panels cast on a horizontal surface and requiring only to be tilted into their final location.

However many of the principles applying to this equally apply to the broader concept of site precasting of columns, beams and plane frames, which after being cast horizontally are lifted by crane and moved to their final location.

Thus, although this manual is written around the construction of tilt-up wall panels, it does have a wider application.

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TM 34 Tilt-up Technical Manual
Description

Use of the term tilt-up is sometimes restricted to wall panels cast on a horizontal surface and requiring only to be tilted into their final location.

However many of the principles applying to this equally apply to the broader concept of site precasting of columns, beams and plane frames, which after being cast horizontally are lifted by crane and moved to their final location.

Thus, although this manual is written around the construction of tilt-up wall panels, it does have a wider application.

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TM 34 Tilt-up Technical Manual

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