Using Frami Framework for Single-Sided Applications

When it comes to single-sided concrete applications, choosing the right formwork system can make all the difference in terms of efficiency, safety, and cost-effectiveness. Frami Formwork is a lightweight, versatile, and easy-to-handle system that provides an excellent solution for single-sided concrete walls, whether they are retaining walls, shear walls, or other similar structures.

What is Single-Sided Concrete Formwork?

Single-sided concrete formwork is a type of formwork used for creating a single-sided wall or structure that requires support on only one side. It is often used in civil engineering projects, such as retaining walls, bridge abutments, and other similar structures. Unlike traditional formwork systems that require support from both sides, single-sided formwork can save time, money, and labor by eliminating the need for scaffolding and other support structures.

It can also provide greater flexibility in terms of design, as it can be used to create curved, angled, or irregular walls that are difficult to achieve with traditional formwork. Single-sided formwork can be a challenging task for construction teams, but with the right equipment, such as Frami Formwork, it can be a more efficient and cost-effective option.

The benefits of Easiform Frami for single-sided Applications

Frami Formwork is an ideal solution for single-sided concrete formwork applications due to its lightweight and versatile design. The system can be easily assembled and disassembled, making it an efficient choice for construction teams looking to save time and labor costs. Frami Formwork also has a robust galvanized frame that can withstand a safe working load of 50kN/m², ensuring stability and safety during the construction process.

One of the main benefits of using Frami Formwork for single-sided applications is its flexibility in creating unique shapes and designs. The system can easily adapt to different angles and curves, allowing construction teams to create a range of single-sided structures with ease.

In addition to its flexibility, Frami Formwork is also a cost-effective option for single-sided walls. Traditional formwork systems often require scaffolding and other support structures, which can be time-consuming and expensive to install and dismantle. Frami Formwork eliminates the need for these support structures, saving construction teams valuable time and money.

Another benefit of Frami Formwork is its adaptability for various single-sided applications, such as retaining walls and bridge abutments. The system’s range of tie options, including flat top ties and a unique foundation assembly, makes it suited to kickerless construction and other single-sided projects.


Easiform Frami Formwork saves costs is through its ability to reuse the system multiple times. The robust galvanized frame and panels can withstand multiple construction projects, making it a long-lasting investment for construction teams. This durability also means that the need for replacement parts is reduced, further decreasing costs.

Tips for erecting and dismantling Frami Formwork on a single-sided wall

Erecting and dismantling Frami Formwork for single-sided walls requires careful planning and execution to ensure a safe and efficient construction process. Here are some tips to help construction teams erect and dismantle the system with ease:

  1. Ensure that the ground is level and stable: Before erecting the formwork, it is essential to ensure that the ground is level and stable. Any unevenness or instability can affect the alignment and stability of the formwork, which can be dangerous for workers.
  2. Choose the appropriate size of the panels and accessories: The Frami Formwork system comes with panels and accessories of different sizes. Choosing the appropriate size is crucial for the safe and efficient construction of single-sided walls.
  3. Use the right number of Frami Clamps: The Frami Clamps are essential for fixing the panels together. Using the right number of clamps ensures that the panels are securely fixed, reducing the risk of accidents during the construction process.
  4. Use the holding-down bracket for single-sided walls: The holding-down bracket is a unique accessory that is designed specifically for single-sided walls. Using this accessory ensures that the formwork is securely anchored to the ground, reducing the risk of accidents during the construction process.
  5. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions: Frami Formwork comes with detailed instructions for erecting and dismantling the system. It is essential to follow these instructions carefully to ensure the safe and efficient construction of single-sided walls.
  6. Train workers on the safe use of the system: It is crucial to train workers on the safe use of the Frami Formwork system. This includes proper handling, erection, and dismantling of the system, as well as the use of personal protective equipment.

By following these tips, construction teams can ensure a safe and efficient construction process when using Frami Formwork for single-sided walls.


Using Frami Formwork for single-sided applications can bring many benefits, including time and cost savings, improved safety, and ease of use. Using Frami Formwork for your single-sided concrete walls can be a smart choice. Contact us to learn more about this versatile and flexible formwork system and how it can meet your specific needs.

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