Elevetor Tank is a permanent formwork in regenerated polypropylene that creates rainwater storage tanks cast on-site, of variable height and size according to the design requirements.
The reinforced concrete structure created with Elevetor Tank not only has a high resistance to loads, which allows it to be located under surfaces subject to heavy traffic, but also allows a considerable storage volume. Moreover, the innovative grid at the base allows a simple and quick installation of the PVC pipes that support the system, keeping it perfectly vertical during the placing of concrete.
designed to carry out a dual task: to preserve the urban environment from floods and at the same time store the rainwater produced even by the most severe event.
They are used for the construction of fire-fighting water reserves, the irrigation of green areas and more generally to manage peak volumes of rainwater. The concrete slab is load-bearing even under heavy loads and can be accessed to inspect the tank.
Installation operations are simple thanks to the design of the Cuatro and Trio grids, which were designed and patented to guarantee the perpendicularity of the pipes and precision in the hooking of the grids. The Max version has the wider span of 710 mm features a lower number of pieces per square meter, reducing the installation time.
The formwork safely supports workers during installation and concrete pouring. The Max version has the wider span of 710 mm features a lower number of pieces per square meter, reducing the installation time.
The resulting reinforced concrete structure provides high resistance to both permanent and live loads. The system is designed for heavy vehicle traffic with load class up to SLW 60 / HGV 60.