Alsina Paraguay will display its latest innovations at the 19th edition of the Construtecnia Fair
The Alsina Paraguay delegation will participate in Constructecnia 2019, which will be held from next Wednesday May 22 to Sunday May 26, in the Olympic Park of the Paraguayan Olympic Committee (Parque Olímpico del Comité Olímpico Paraguayo) – Ñu Guazú in Asunción (Paraguay).
This year Constructecnia will hold the 19th edition of this International Fair of Equipment, Machinery and Materials for Construction. It is the most important event in the country and it brings together exhibitors, companies and construction professionals.
The Fair is open to the public and has an area of 50,000 m² of exhibition space. Throughout its past editions, it has received more than 381,000 visitors and has counted on the presence of the most outstanding local companies, as well as delegations and international brands with the objective of creating links to develop business in the country.
This year Alsina Paraguay will participate in the fair with 2 stands. One of them is an information stand of 12 m2 and the other one is a large exhibition stand in the 150 m2 outdoor area. The objective is to show the visitors our formwork technology through formwork solutions and engineering, with flagship products of our own manufacture such as the Alulosa slab system and Mecanoflex roof formwork systems, the Alispilar and Springform column formwork systems or the Alisply Walls, Alisply Circular, Alisply Manual and Wallite wall formwork systems. In addition to this, Alsina will also announce new products recently introduced in the country, such as the Modular Hanging Beam and Alucubetas.
Alucubetas is a recoverable formwork system that allows the construction of 2-way waffle slabs with reusable coffers, widely used in all types of facilities, from car parks to commercial, school, sports facilities, etc., allowing a maximum saving of concrete thanks to its design.
The Alsina Modular Hanging Beam system is the first recoverable formwork system for hanging beams. Once the beam is concreted, 90% of the material is recovered within the next 72 hours.