How to do concrete shuttering?
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Concrete shuttering is the process of forming an engineered formwork to contain wet concrete. This is usually done by using either timber or metal frames and they must be clamped into place. First, the formwork is laid out and the shape of the structure is determined.
The frames must then be secured firmly in place with anchor bolts and dowels. Then, the shuttering boards are placed on top of the frame and fastened with nails. Finally, the edges of the formwork are caulked and sealed in order to prevent any leakage when the concrete is poured.