RiseWall

Rise Products permanent formwork wall system RiseWall has been designed to supersede timely and costly conventional block work and brickwork systems and significantly increasing structural performance. Its advanced technology allows the panels to be compacted to 6 times its final form. Once unpacked, RiseWall is open and ready to use. Our patented system remains economical while scoring high against competitors for its ease of use and accessibility.

Where it can be used

RiseWall supersedes the conventional block work, brickwork and concrete wall systems. It is a lightweight, permanent formwork system which requires minimal training and equipment. RiseWall is used in all aspects of your project such as basement walls, columns, lift shafts, internal and external walls, retaining walls and tanks throughout all your residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural,  and civil projects. The standard panels are installed onsite and then filled with the engineers specifications of reinforcements and concrete. As RiseWall is a permanent formwork system, the structural design of the walls continues to be based on the conventional concrete wall design standards.

The technology

RiseWall is produced from PVC (also known as polyvinyl chloride) and is the world’s third most widely produced plastic, which has proven itself in the construction industries for decades. PVC is inherently fire resistant and with RiseWall’s advanced formula, it further increases its fire resistance capabilities giving it the ability to be used for any purpose. With its heavy duty, long lasting PVC surface, any material can bond to it including paints, waterproofing membranes tiles and renders.

Designed for all skill levels

Our new technology has been engineered/developed  to change the way permanent formwork is packed and delivered to site. Our patented formwork system is flat packed for transport and with a single motion can be engaged into its permanent position. By installing the floor track, then standing the standard wall panel to the correct wall height allows a three man team to install approximately 200 square metres per day, with no scaffolding required. RiseWall can be filled with concrete to the full height of the standard wall on the same day of installation.

100 series (coming soon)

150 series(coming soon)

200 series wall system

The 200 series is the most common structural wall thickness and was designed to have the same thickness as the conventional 190mm/8 inch block work system. Without having to redesign your project which has the 200mm/ 8 inch block work, the 200 series can be used in place and is compatible with any vertical steel placement.

The standard wall panel is 260mm wide, pre-assembled and only requires a standard motion to engage in the permanent open position onsite. The three grooved punch design through the webs allows the reinforcement to be placed in multiple placements to meet your engineering requirements. The advanced wall panels trussed design reduces deflection under high pressures to a minimum, but increases the performance of thermal and acoustic ratings. As the panels are designed to be installed by clipping in from the side or sliding down from on top it will give the installers the capability of installing the panels efficiently.
The panel has a male and female end so there can be a secure connections. The panels standard length allow the panel to not have a top or bottom and allows panels to be stacked without any cutting the panels to have the holes line up for the reinforcement.


Standard wall panel (260mm)

The corner panels is designed to be installed in 2 sections, with section A being installed to the walls during installations of the walls, Section B can be installed later once reinforcement has been installed through the corner ends and inspected. Section B can be installed by clipping in from the side or sliding down vertically.
A starting wall panel will begin from the male connection of the corner. When the panels are returned back into the female end of the corner it can connected by clipping in the maple to female connection, or the panel can be cut to the correct width then screwed to the flanges, allowing the wall to be installed to any length.


Corner panel

The floor track is is nailed or screwed to the slab or footings in the exact position for where the walls are to be formed. As RiseForm is designed to be compatible with any reinforcement placement, if required every 3rd web can be cut out to allow placement over the reinforcement. The special ribs on the base of the track are designed to allow water caught in the airs gaps of the panels to drain during the construction process.


Floor track

The cap end is used for when there is cut out sections of panels or at the end of panels to encase the concrete.


Cap end

The H track allows for the vertical connection of 2 wall panels which is unable to be connected with their male and female connections. This allows any wall design to be possible.


H Track

300 series (coming soon)