The VRB truss girder is mainly used in bridge construction as shoring of spans from 25 up to 40 m. It is characterised in particular by its extremely high load-bearing capacity – up to 3.000 kNm – at a relatively low dead weight.
Efficient use of materials
Accelerated construction processes through reduced amount of trusses due to high load bearing capacity.
Quick length adjustment
Simple adjustment of the truss lengths to suit changing span widths with a minimum of different frames
High degree of safety
Integrable solutions for working platforms and access means with the PERI UP modular scaffold
The system consists of different types of load and length optimised frames, which enable to continuously create every span with the corresponding combination.
A distinction is made between
for transferring the loads into the heavy-duty shoring towers
Coupling Joint Frame
for higher shear forces close to the support as well as for use at intermediate supports and coupling joints
for use in the middle span
Standardised and centric connection of horizontal and vertical bracings enable optimal utilisation of the load bearing capacity and lead to efficient material input.