Things You Should Know About Slip Form

Slip, continuous casting, endless or shear construction is a type of construction in which concrete is poured into a mold that is constantly moving. Slip forms are used for tall structures as well as for horizontal structures such as roads. 

Slip forms enable continuous, continuous "defect-free" concrete structures with in-situ concrete, which has excellent performance characteristics compared to cut-out structures, using discrete form elements. You can also visit to get slip form concrete.

Slip Formwork

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Slip molding is based on the quick setting properties of concrete and requires a balance between fast setting and workability. 

The concrete must be workable enough to form and set but hardens quickly enough to be out of shape with force. This strength is necessary because freshly hardened concrete must not only allow the formwork to “slide” from the concrete without damaging it, but must also maintain the stresses of the new concrete and resist collapse caused by vibration from the compactor.

When sliding vertically, the concrete formwork can be surrounded by platforms on which workers stand, inserting reinforcement into the concrete and ensuring smooth pouring.


Slip forms are one of the best techniques for quick construction in unusual structures such as cooling towers, chimneys, silos, and bridge construction. 

Slip forms technology with a construction height of more than 16 m and its assembly technology is very fast, time-saving, and economical.