Wallworker Clamps for  600mm deep boards

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Were $69   Now $49.97

 

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Wallworker Clamps for 300mm deep boards

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clamping mechanism 300

Were $59   Now $39.97

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Half price buy back 

If you only need the clamps for one job. No problem, we will buy them back for ½ price.

 

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You can make this 1.8 metre long by 600 mm deep form with 3 sets of clamps.

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You can make this set of forms, ( two x  1.2 m long 600 mm deep straight forms and a corner) with 6 sets of clamps.

For more examples click here: view more examples

When you make your formwork using these tough, practical Wallworker clamps you will be able to build concrete retaining walls, rock walls, raised garden beds, garden edging, fences or house walls quickly, efficiently and accurately.  

Before

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After

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Construction of a concrete retaining wall at Hamilton North Bowling Club Newcastle NSW

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Finished wall

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After

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Build walls in half the time for half the price with wallworker clamps

A 50 metre long 600mm high and 300mm thick concrete retaining wall with 90 degree and 45 degree corners.

Finished wall.  Formed up  in two days and stripped by a tradesmen and an apprentice.

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This 27 metre long, 600mm high, 200mm thick concrete retaining wall took two people one day to formed up, poured and stripped down using 50 Wallworker clamps.

To help you do jobs like this we have a half price buy back programme for the clamps

Wallworker clamps save you time:

Faster set-up – 1/3 the time of custom formwork
Faster knock-down – 1/4 the time of custom built formwork

 

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Wallworker clamps save you money:

Faster build means lower labour costs
Up to 1/2 the cost of custom built formwork
Up to 1/2 the price of using concrete block

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You can simply make different size forms, corners and  tees with the Wallworker clamps.

And use them to build almost any sort of wall in concrete, rock or poured earth.

2.7m high stone house wall built using older model formwork

2.7m high stone house wall built using older model formwork

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EASY TO USE

For construction, trades or the DIY
Quick to set up with semi-skilled labour
Easy for first-time users
Light enough for one person
Stackable for single pour 1.2 metre high walls.

Use the clamps to make your own formwork

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3.6m long x 300mm deep x 450mm wide make your own forms

3.6m long x 300mm deep x 450mm wide make your own forms suitable for footings

Practical:

Tough, portable, re-usable
Ideal for confined spaces
No need for bracing on smaller jobs
Can be set up on footings that are not completely level
Suitable for forming up footings in loose or sandy soil

How they work

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Fast to set up especially with corners and tees

strip down

Quick and simple to strip down

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Fit together to make a continuous wall.

Adjustable to build walls from 100 mm thick

Adjustable to build walls from 100 mm thick

to 300 mm thick

to 300 mm thick

 

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Powerful clamps hold the forms rigidly on to the wall with a vice like grip

2.7m high stone house wall built using older model formwork

Forms climb the wall as you build it

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Clamps holding up a 35 kg concrete sample demonstrating the clamps vice like grip.

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portable and stack flat for easy storage

How many clamps do I need?

The general rule is to space your clamps at 600 mm centres but if the wall is 100 to 150 mm thick you can space the clamps at 800 mm centres.

For example; if you are building a 300mm thick wall and have 1.8 m long boards you will need 3 sets of clamps, one in the middle and one each 300mm from the ends of the boards. If you are building a 100mm thick wall and have 2.4 m long boards you will need 3 sets of clamps set at 800mm centres and 400mm from the ends of the boards. Allow two sets of clamps for corners and three sets for tees.

To find out how many clamps you need to build your walls click on the number    0408 254 115
to have a chat with Ken 

Below are some examples of small to large jobs using Wallworker

BeforeRetaining wall site before construction
During 

The forms have been slipped up and re-clamped to the wall and the second layer of wall has been poured

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Concrete garden edging during construction

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Finished wall

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The photo below shows there is no lip or step on the wall where the forms were re-clamped  for the second pour

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After

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Set up

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During

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Finished  concrete retaining wall

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 After

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Hamilton North Bowling Club Newcastle NSW

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Saves you time:

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Faster set-up – 1/3 the time of conventional formwork

Faster knock-down – 1/4 the time of conventional formwork


Versatile

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Several different size forms
Corners, tees, infill panels, adjustable end stops
Concrete walls, rock walls, poured earth walls
Suit most wall building situations


Saves you money:

Wallworker set up ready for concrete pour

Faster build means lower labour costs
About 1/2 the cost of conventional formwork
About 1/2 the price of using concrete blocks


Easy to use:

Garden edging during constructionFor the professional or the DIY
Quick to set up – with unskilled labour
Easy for first-time users
Need no bracing
Light enough for one person


Practical:

Retaining wall during construction
Tough, portable, re-usable
Ideal for confined spaces
Can be set up on footings that are not completely level
Suitable to form up footings in loose or sandy soil