Cast in place construction method

Cast in place construction method

Cast in place construction method
Cast in place construction method - moladi
Cast-In-Place (CIP) concrete is a building construction method where locally supplied ready mix concrete or site mix mortar (concrete without stone or coarse aggregate), steel reinforcement and plastic formwork are delivered to the construction site and production of concrete and mortar structures takes place on location or insitu.
 
moladi, an award winning South African based company, established in 1986, makes low cost housing accessible to low-income people through innovative and eco-friendly technology, creating employment.

The moladi Low Cost Housing System consists of a reusable and recyclable plastic formwork mold, which is filled with stone-less concrete and a special concrete additive. This additive ensures that, once the mortar is set, the formwork can be removed - and reused up to 50 times.

The brick-less walls can withstand all types of weather and is earthquake and hurricane resistant. The formwork is lightweight allowing easy transportation. Due to the simplicity in design and the repetitive application scheme, construction costs can be reduced significantly. The moladi model is not only cost-effective but fast as well. The walls of a house can be completed within one day.
 
 
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