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New Canopy Pipe System from Ceresola

In addition to their proven products such as segment moulds/pre-cast concrete segment production plants and tunnel formwork systems Ceresola TLS AG incorporated around 3 years ago the “canopy pipe system” in their product range. Since that time, the system has been used successfully in various domestic and foreign projects. The canopy pipe system is also being used in the largest tunnel construction project in Australia, the Brisbane Airport Link, among other projects. Thanks to excellent collaboration with the customer the system could be continuously improved and adapted to requirements.


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