Making a positioning point and suspension point for crane-lifted climbing formwork.
1) Ø1 = lower cone diameter;
Ø2 = upper cone diameter
2) C = Concrete Cover, all cones are galvanized
Neither Threadbars nor concrete can absorb special shear forces or lateral forces that may.
For example, occur when using climbing formwork, so those forces must have been diverted via Universal Climbing Cones.
After the formwork has been stripped, climbing cones replace Positioning cones.
You may also use positioning cones with metric screws that match in length and grade.