SHORING


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Shoring is a heavy duty scaffold system required when traditional scaffold systems are not ideal for handling projects that exceed normal load bearing capacities. Shoring is also used for restoration work for aging buildings, new construction, and structural components such as roofs and walls.

Temporary support may be required, for example, to relieve the load on a masonry wall while it is repaired or reinforced. The support may be supplied by shoring the wall with heavy timbers sloping upward at about 65° to 75°. The top of the timber is so arranged that part of the wall load is transferred onto it, while the lower end of the timber is framed onto a base to transfer the load to the ground with minimum deformation. Wedges may be used to bring the shore snugly into contact with the wall. If the wall is several stories high, a vertical series of shores may be required. Shores are also used to support the forms for cast-in-place concrete slabs, beams, and girders in reinforced concrete frames.

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