Mat 125 is one of our high load propping systems. Robust and versatile, it has a capacity of 1550kN per column and is therefore ideal for projects such as bridge support and back propping.
With its high load capacity, the Mat 125 propping system can be used for individual propping or built into high strength towers and trusses. It is frequently used with our Hymat Jacks to pre-load, strike or lift from the top of props and is fully compatible with our Mass systems, further increasing the versatility of this system.
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Our engineered solutions range from standard designs to major projects, through to emergencies. We can also offer an end-to-end service from design and supply through to installation and removal.
We can work with you from initial concept temporary works design through to project completion, across all aspects of temporary works.
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