Manual de-coiler --- Electric Feeding --- Servo motor feeding ---- Forming Machine------Computer Control Cabinet---Automatic cutting Mechanism ---Run-out Tables
Our lath construction formwork is made from coils of sheet steel , slit and expanded into a herring bone pattern with metal ribs running about every 3 inches on the long direction of the sheet . This product is typically stapled ,nailed or screw applied to the substrate.It can also be tie wire attached to cold rolled grillage .
Hy-Rib is a steel encasement stiffened by rigid ribs used in reinforced walls, ceilings, and floors. They are helical hooping units of steel sheathing forms used in concrete, stucco and plaster. Hy-Rib products are a derivative of the "wings" used in the patented Kahn System of reinforced concrete, invented by Julius Kahn in 1903. The products are made from a single plate of steel. Hy-Rib products were used in concrete doors, ceilings, and roofs. It was also used in sidings, partitions and ceilings to eliminate channels. Hy-Rib products were designed to take on plaster and cement to eliminate layout forms in the construction of buildings. The steel sheet form would be embedded with plaster or cement directly and would flow into the lath surface to attach itself to the steel and harden to secure the material into the steel.