Poles to support cut core drill

Contractors should always be looking for ways to enhance safety on site.

See the examples below for how one site addressed this:

  • The site used Kwik Klik poles to support cut core drill when free from the main slab.
  • A pilot hole is drilled so the pole can be attached to the underside of the floor element to be drilled out.
  • The core is cut using the pilot hole as a centre point, once cut core is still in place. To remove the core just push up using pole from below.
  • This system increases efficiency and is safer because there is no danger of collapse.
  • The site has used 130 on site so far.

Footer Reference

Monitor report. Interserve Construction. Leicestershire. January 2018.


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