Doka will debut the DIBt-certified scaffold Ringlock under the AT-PAC brand at bauma. This strategic partnership with AT-PAC, a market leader in industrial scaffolding, has been in place since 2020. It resulted in a strong global presence, which is currently expanding, as Doka consolidates its international footprint and advances its vision of offering customers worldwide holistic solutions.
Doka will also launch a new generation of floor formwork at the show. Designed to suit any type of floor geometry, this versatile structure easily manages the balancing act between small-scale residential construction and large-scale construction sites.
The upgrade of Framax Xlife plus will be highlighted as well. This established system has been helping construction companies to successfully complete building projects for many years, and now with a new system height of 3 m, it is ideal for residential construction.
Another solution is the all-rounder DokaXlight, which features several innovations with newly developed components, enabling the established wall formwork system to be used as floor formwork.
For infrastructure projects, the focus will be on Doka UniKit. Several components of the system – the primary and secondary beam and the tower 480 – will be showcased.
Furthermore, visitors will be able to try out Doka’s latest digital solutions and services, including the Easy Formwork Planner, a mobile application that makes planning formwork almost intuitive.
Doka’s digital service offering will be presented in three areas – Smart Site, Smart Assistants and Smart Planning. Doka is focusing on digital solutions that aim to optimise site operations and consequently make a significant contribution to increasing productivity on the construction site.
Making its inaugural appearance, SiteLight will take visitors to a whole new spectrum of construction site advertising opportunities. Doka and its sister company, umdasch The Store Makers, are revolutionising the old-fashioned advertising banners on construction sites with the creation of an inspired media that continuously changes perspective as the building grows.
What’s more, Doka has set ambitious goals in terms of sustainability. In a major project, Doka has calculated the product carbon footprint (PCF) of most of its 6,000 products. With this approach, as part of the supply chain, Doka is supporting its customer’s aims to reduce their own carbon footprint. At bauma, Doka will detail the carbon footprint of a large proportion of the exhibits and products on display.
Bauma booth: FN.421 / 423
Images 1-3: Doka
Image 4: Umdasch Group