Versa Beam™ is interchangeable with EFCO SUPER STUD® the popular formwork erector-set system. The LIG VERSA BEAM™ is a lightweight, versatile, and strong engineered beam. The strength of the steel studs can be compared to a 7″ or 8″ double channel assembly, but with less weight. VERSA BEAM™ can be bolted end to end to form a straight rigid continuous beam or configured into a bolted structure. 9”x9” VERSA BEAM™ is available in 12’ 6’ 3’ and 1’6” beam lengths.
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The 9” x 9” VERSA BEAM™ is comprised of two formed channels spaced 2 1/4″ apart and welded together with two 1/2” thick end plates and spacers on 3’ centers. This structure forms a super strong beam that is suited for symmetrical loading and is rotationally stable.
This lightweight beam is comparable in strength to an 8″ double channel assembly with much less weight. The 4″ holes on 9″ centers within the beam reduce weight and allow for a number of connection points when securing or connecting. The VERSA BEAM™ is offered in a variety of lengths and can be bolted together to form continuous beams, columns, shores, walers, aligners and studs.
The VERSA BEAM™ is a modular system that is compatible with a wide range of other forming systems and use of the system can reduce the cost of on-site modifications. Additionally, use of the system allows for larger form picks, reduces crane size requirements and reduces freight costs when transporting equipment.
- Die Racks
- Work Platforms
- Machine Bases
- Equipment Bases
- Fixture Bases
- Hoist Supports
VERSA BEAM™ is available in four different lengths for maximum versatility and ease of handling. VERSA BEAM™ can be bolted together as needed. End plate dimensions match up with hole patterns on the top and bottom flanges for ease of use.
For more information contact LIG to request the VERSA BEAM™ Technical Data Brochure. Literature Request