Concreting Platform L

System-free preassembled unit. 

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Product Features

> Strong performance

  • Load capacity up to 200 kg/m²
  • Length 2,70 m
  • Width 1,00 m
  • Light-weight 66 kg

> Versatile

  • Fits all standard formwork systems (with 10-14 cm widths)
  • Can be used with Alu and Steel formwork 
  • Can be used for precast walls

> Robust and weather resistant

  • Galvanized steel parts
  • Glued and Lignopro imgregnated wooden parts

> Fast & safe work

  • Preassambled unit out of robust system parts
  • Automatic uplift protection
  • Ready to use in just a few steps
  • Simply hang up with the crane
  • No lost parts

> Smart product design

  • Ready-to-assemble with foldable railing
  • Low stacking height

> High efficiency

  • Durable
  • Low storage and transport volume

High quality combined with simple handling. 


The RINGER conreting platform L comes as a perassembled unit and can be easily hooked onto the formwork using a crane.

Automatic uplift protection and glued and impregnated wooden parts guarantee the highest level of safety on construction site.

Precise workmanship, hot-dip galvanized metal parts ensure a long service-life.

Hanging on the frame profile of the panel.

Hanging on stocked up formwork with a mounting adapter.

Hanging on precast walls with a special adapter.

One platform for all systems


The RINGER conreting platform is suitable for all standard formwork systems with frame profile width 10 - 14 cm and can also be used for horizontally mounted panels.

Concreting Platform L with ladder.




Campus Voecklabruck

Ringer supplies perfect scaffolding and formwork solutions for the building of a new campus in Voecklabruck.

Residential complex "Kirchenwirt", Muenster

Between February 2019 and August 2020 the "Kirchenwirt" in Muenster was completely rebuilt to a residential complex. RINGER supplied wall formwork and accessories.

The Project​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

The Project​​​​​​​

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