Concrete and formwork solutions
Concrete joint systems technical data sheets
Ancon designs and manufactures high integrity steel products for the construction industry, supplying customers worldwide in a variety of sectors from small-scale residential developments to major infrastructure projects.
A Lockable Dowel allows initial shrinkage of the concrete to take place and then, after a pre-determined time period (generally 3-4 weeks), is locked in position with a mechanical plate and a controlled amount of epoxy resin.
Peikko supplies a large selection of concrete connections and composite structures. Peikko products can be used both in precast and cast-in-situ solutions in wide variety of applications. Customers worldwide are served through Peikko offices in more than 30 countries.
Peikko dowel cradles are designed for use in concrete slabs or pavements where a sawn or other induced free movement contraction joints are required to be created.
The ESD range of connectors offers significant advantages over plain dowels and removes the need for corbels/keyed joints.
Max Frank Australia Pty is part of the FRANK international group of companies with a presence in over 30 countries worldwide. In Australia & New Zealand, FRANK offers the full range of our innovative technologies for the construction industry.
Stremaform formwork elements are used as lost formwork in fl oor slabs, ceilings and walls. The expanded metal that is welded between the bars of a specially designed reinforcing steel mesh gives rise to a rough surface
Advanced leave-in-place concrete slab formwork system with integral load transfer capability and edge protection.
Load transfer system for contraction free movement joints in concrete floors.
Danle Construction Products designs and manufacture concrete joint products for the building and construction industry throughout Australasia. Established in 1987, Danley are considered innovators and market leaders in load transfer, crack control and joint edge protection for Industrial Floors and Pavements. In 2012 Danley was acquired by ITW (Illinois Tool Works).
Danley Key Joint: enabling loads to be transferred between adjoining slabs while allowing lateral movement and limiting differential vertical movement.
Connolly Key Joint began producing preformed metal key joint in 1990 and has since grown to become the largest supplier of metal key joint to the Australian market.
Connolly Key Joint is a high quality preformed metal key joint for the control of shrinkage cracking and differential movement in concrete slabs.
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