- Survipod Tripod Alternative Solution
Survipod Tripod Alternative Solution
Survipod replaces conventional tripods, which by their very design are prone to unwanted interference and movement, thus improving speed and accuracy in the setting-out process.
With such rigid support, the risk for damaged Total Stations and other equipment is significantly reduced, greatly limiting the risk of serious and costly damage to highly-calibrated and sensitive technology.
Survipod has been used extensively on several of the UK’s highest-profile engineering and concrete formwork projects in recent years, including The Shard at London Bridge, Neo Bankside world-class development on the River Thames and Beetham London Tower. Survipod Brochure (CLICK HERE!)
Survipod Boltfix (P/N: SURPOD-BOLT)
Survipod Boltfix 90 (P/N: SURPOD-BOLT-90)
Survipod’s engineers were confronted with a project that was without a platform, on each floor, from which to begin setting-out a building from. The core walls were being built and advanced one floor higher than the decking level/floor. Traditionally, a tripod and concrete pad would have been used, but it was instead decided to engineer a custom solution which, when used together with an existing concrete structure on-site, resulted in a more reliable, accurate and simple method to begin setting-out.