TECHNICAL
DETAILS

POLE DIMENSIONS
150 mmx150mm, Length 4 feet to 12 feet groove width 60mm and depth 40mm.
POLE WEIGHT
14 kg/Rft (approx)
POLE REINFORCEMENT
4mm dia.high tensile carbonized steel wire 7 nos.
PANEL DIMENSIONS
1 foot wide, 50 mm (2 inch thick)
PANEL WEIGHT
7'.0".X1'.0" Size 77 kg.( APPROX)
PANEL REINFORCEMENT
3mm dia. high tensile carbonized steel wire 4 nos.
GRADE OF CONCRETE
M-25 Design max.

TRADITIONAL vs. PRESTRESS PRECAST: WHAT’S THE BETTER CHOICE?

Sl.No. Parameter Traditional Boundary Wall Prestress Precast Boundary Wall (PSPC BW) Advantage PSPC BW
1 Erection time A 100 meter wall takes a minimum of a week to construct and another week for curing Same wall can be erected on site in just 2 days Drastically reduces working time
2 Longevity Endurance of this wall depends on the quality of plaster used PSPC panels are made of void-less dense high grade concrete More durable
3 Failure In case of cover turning failure, a large section of the wall may be damaged and require almost new construction In case of failure, only few columns may get damaged and require replacement; most panels can be reused with minor repairs Almost zero repair costs and immediate correction
4 Security Its 150 mm thick brick masonry can be easily broken by ordinary hand tools The panels are reinforced with high tensile wire - that can only be cut mechanically - at every 75 mm distance Provides greater safety
5 Climate impact Plaster surface absorbs moisture, cracks, and peels off often Hardly any moisture absorption as panel surfaces are made of dense concrete Nearly nil maintenance cost
6 Painting Is essential as the plastered surface is not weatherproof Optional, for aesthetic reasons Cost savings
7 Cleaning Plaster attracts dust, fungus, algae, plants etc. and requires cleaning & painting at regular intervals Merely washing can renew its looks No extra effort and expense
8 Reuse Not possible as it is a permanent construction 100% panels and 60% columns can be reused at another site Slashes reinvestment costs
9 Weight Approximately 600 kg/RMT Approximately 205 kg/RMT Requires much smaller foundations