ReMaCon Products Retaining Concrete Walls CRB

yfel modular concrete walls temoraryReMaCon Products, the well-known Gauteng-based manufacturers of precast concrete retaining blocks, has launched an innovative new modular product that provides a flexible alternative to the conventional ways of separating stored dry bulk materials. 

The new product, branded YFEL because of its characteristic inverted “Y” shape combined with its resemblance in profile to the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris, is designed to provide easily erectable temporary walls as dividers in warehouses and other areas where dry bulk materials are stored. 

“Unlike the traditional permanent or semi-permanent walls that are usually built for such purposes, the YFEL is mobile and YFEL freestanding walls can quickly be dismantled and re-erected in accordance with the changing storage requirements of the operation concerned,” comments Silvio Ferraris, ReMaCon’s Managing Member.  

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Silvio Ferraris from Remacon Products introduces the TW1

New retaining wall system promises to revolutionise construction methods in large civil projects

ReMaCon Products of Gauteng has negotiated the exclusive rights for local manufacture of concrete retaining blocks designed for construction of retaining walls to over 20 m in height.

 

 

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Concrete retaining blocks (CRB’s) producer ReMaCon Products of Kempton Park, Gauteng, recently gained SA Bureau of Standards (SABS) certification on its main products – the first producer of CRB’s in South Africa to do so.

Concrete retaining blocks (CRB’s) producer ReMaCon Products of Kempton Park, Gauteng, recently gained SA Bureau of Standards (SABS) certification on its main products – the first producer of CRB’s in South Africa to do so.

The company, which is due to have the remainder of its products tested and awarded certification by the SABS before the end of 2010, views certification on its products as important because it provides independent confirmation of their efficiency and reliability in performing the functions for which they are designed.

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