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  • Wall Ties

    Wall Ties

    Introduction

    ACS manufacture a full range of wall ties produced from either 304 grade stainless steel or 316 grade stainless steel. ACS are also able to offer a range of galvanised wall ties on request.

    The selection and positioning of wall ties depends on many factors including the type and height of a building, the location, cavity size and type of material to be restrained.

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    DD140: Part 2: 1987 Recommendation For The Design Of Wall Ties

    This document provides recommendations for the design of wall ties for masonry and timber construction in the UK. There are 6 different categories of wall ties, which are determined by strength, function and use. Types 1 to 4 are for masonry to masonry ties, and types 5 and 6 are for use in timber frame construction.

    BS5628: The Use Of Masonry: Part 1: 2005

    This gives details on the embedment, length of tie, density and positioning of the wall ties. By conforming with DD140, the ties will meet these requirements.

    BS EN 845-1: 2003 Specification For Ancillary Components For Masonry – Part 1: Ties, Hangers And Brackets

    Where wall ties are connecting to beams, columns or other parts of a building, the European Specification denotes the requirements of material, tolerance and tie type. The standard BS EN 845-1 also applies for interconnecting masonry.

    Positioning & Density Of Wall Ties

    Wall ties should be placed evenly over the area of the wall except for openings, where ties should be staggered. At vertical edges of an opening, unreturned or unbonded edges, and also at vertical expansion joints, additional ties should be placed at a rate of one per 300mm in height and located not more than 225mm from the edge.

    Spacing Of Ties

    Leaf Thickness Cavity Width Spacing of Ties Ties/m2Ties
    mm mm
    Less than 90 50-75 450 450 5.0
    90 or more 50-150 900 450 2.5

    Wall ties should be built into each leaf with a minimum embedment of 50mm. However, ACS recommend an embedment of 62.5mm to allow for site tolerances. Drip features on a wall tie should be placed at the centre of an open cavity.

    The bending of installed wall ties should be forbidden at all times as this affects the performance of the tie and weakens the embedment in the inner leaf.

    Recommended Lengths for Masonry To Masonry Wall Ties

    Cavity Tie Length
    < 50 150
    50-75 200
    76-100 225
    101-125 250
    126-150 275
    150-175 300

    Recommended Lengths for Masonry To Concrete or Steelwork Wall Ties

    Cavity Tie Length
    < 20 75
    20-44 100
    45-69 125
    70-94 150
    95-119 175
    120-144 200
    145-169 225

     

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    Our Wall Ties range

    • Cavity Wall Ties

      Our Cavity Wall Ties range

    • Frame Cramps

      Our Frame Cramps range

    • Channel Ties

      Our Channel Ties range

    • Wire Ties

      Our Wire Ties range

    • Specialist Ties

      Our Specialist Ties range

    • Acoustic Wall Ties

      Our Acoustic Wall Ties range

    • Accessories

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  • Windposts

    Windposts

    Introduction

    ACS have designed and developed an extensive range of windposts that span vertically between floors to provide lateral support to a variety of brick and blockwork applications. They often eliminate the need for additional steel or reinforced concrete columns, thus reducing time and costs involved in this method of construction.Windposts provide strength and stability in large areas of cladding or where there are two or more window apertures in a masonry panel.

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    Typical windpost types

    C type windposts are installed within a cavity, leaving the blockwork undisturbed. They are commonly used in masonry panels that are subject to lower wind loadings.

    L type windposts are a cost-effective structural system, designed for use where high wind loadings may occur and in some cases where cavity widths restrict the use of C type windposts.

    Mild Steel Windposts

    In addition to the range of stainless steel windposts available, ACS also manufactures a full range of mild steel windposts. These are supplied in a variety of finishes to suit the customers requirements and specification.

    A full range of section sizes are available to choose from including:

    Circular Hollow Section (CHS)
    Spine Section
    Parallel Flange Channel Section (PFC)
    Rolled Steel Angle (RSA)
    Square/Rectangular Hollow Section (SHS/RHS)

    Materials

    Normally windposts are manufactured using grade S275 in either cold or hot finished mild steel, however if other grades are required ACS has access to a wide range of materials and grades, and will manufacture to your requirements.

    Finishes

    Mild steel components may be finished in a number of ways to suit the requirements of the client. The following details the typical finishes, however, please contact ACS for specific requirements.

    Painted with zinc phosphate primer (note: components will be shot blasted to SA 2.5 prior to painting unless specified otherwise)
    Galvanised (note: components will be acid dipped prior to galvanising and a minimum coating of 86 microns applied to BS EN ISO: 1461: 1999)
    Factory finished
    Bituminous painted (note: components may be supplied pre painted with the required fire protection, however, ACS recommends components are painted on site as the finish is susceptible to damage in transit.

    Special Windposts

    ACS also offer a selection of posts to support spandrel panels and parapets. They are designed as cantilevers but require a much larger base connection than simply supported beams to resist bending movements.

    Please contact the ACS technical department for further details.

    Ties & Fixings

    Windposts are supplied complete with ACS masonry ties and bolt fixings and are available in a range of configurations to suit individual requirements. The method of fixing top and bottom connections is usually determined by the structure to which the post is fixed. The top connection is usually designed to provide vertical adjustment to allow for any site tolerances and differential movement that may occur in the structure.

    Fixing Kits

    To simplify the installation of posts, ACS have created a series of kits that come complete with all necessary drill bits, fixing bolts & washers etc to suit a variety of connections. All kits come complete with site installation notes that clearly show the fixer bolt types, tightening torques, curing times etc.

    Materials

    Windposts are predominantly manufactured from grade 304 stainless steel, however, they may be manufactured from other materials and be supplied in a number of finishes.

    Design

    Windpost sizes may or may not be known depending on the status of the project.

    The tables shown for the L & C type windposts detail typical section sizes to aid design. However, to ensure the most economical section is specified please liaise with a member of the technical department or alternatively please supply the following information;

    -Wall construction (internal and external masonry thicknesses and cavity size)
    -Masonry panel width (dimension of load that is to be applied to windpost)
    – Masonry panel height
    – Wind loading per m?

    This will allow a basic design to be carried out. However, for special posts such as parapet posts please consult ACS Stainless.

    How to order

    When ordering windposts please supply the following.

    Section size
    Overall opening height
    Base fixing (e.g. Concrete / Steel / Timber)
    Top fixing (e.g. Concrete / Steel / Timber)
    Wall construction (internal and external masonry thicknesses and cavity size)
    Material & finish (Stainless / Mild Steel)

    Our Windposts range

    • L Type Windposts

      Our L Type Windposts range

    • C Type Windposts

      Our C Type Windposts range

    • SHS / RHS Windposts

      Our SHS / RHS Windposts range

    • Spine Windposts

      Our Spine Windposts range

    • RSA Windposts

      Our RSA Windposts range

    • PFC Windposts

      Our PFC Windposts range

    • CHS Windposts

      Our CHS Windposts range

  • Masonry Support

    Masonry Support

    Introduction

    ACS provides a wide range of brickwork support & masonry support systems designed to support the external leaf of masonry for all types of structure. The presence of a masonry support angle allows differential movement of the structure and the external cladding via a horizontal movement joint.

    Horizontal movement joints are usually positioned at every storey or every other storey depending on the detail. However, the maximum allowable height of masonry to be supported is 9m or 3 storeys in height – whichever is less (refer to BS 5628: Part 1 – 1992).

    Note: Buildings not exceeding four storeys or 12 metres in height, which ever is less, may be uninterrupted for its full height.

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    Materials

    ACS brick and masonry support systems are generally manufactured from stainless steel Grade 304 material; however, we can manufacture systems from Grade 316 stainless steel, especially if it is to be used in corrosive environments such as coastal areas.

    Where stainless steel comes into contact with mild steel it is important to isolate the dissimilar materials via neoprene spacers to prevent bi-metallic corrosion. These are available from ACS.

    Adjustments/ Tolerances

    ACS masonry support systems may be adjusted in 3 directions depending on the fixing detail to overcome site tolerances.

    Vertical adjustment

    This can be accommodated via the use of alpha or serrated washers over vertical slots in the system.

    Longitudinal adjustment

    This can be accommodated via horizontal slots in steelwork or via a continuous cast in channel.

    Lateral adjustment

    This can be accommodated via stainless steel shims. The maximum allowable shim is the thickness of the bolt or 12mm whichever is less. If shimming exceeds this figure please liase with the technical department.

    Alpha Bracket System

    Almost every brickwork support system designed and manufactured by ACS now incorporates the new Alpha Bracket.

    Alpha Bracket SystemThe Alpha Bracket has been developed to replace the traditional serrated bracket and offers many advantages including the following:

    Lock Safe : Where a serrated pad and washer fails, the positive locking Alpha Bracket locks in on itself preventing catastrophic failure.

    Finer Adjustment : The Alpha Bracket has over 5mm more vertical adjustment than a traditional serrated bracket system; in addition to this the Alpha Washer allows 4mm fixing increments.

    The hole in the washer is offset from the centre so that by rotating it through 180 degrees, a finer height adjustment can be achieved.

    Economic : Because much greater loads can be achieved, in most cases fewer brackets need to be used. On a typical system we estimate this could save over 10%.

    The Alpha Bracket has been independently tested at Sheffield University and has been proven to perform on average over 20% better in shear than the traditional serrated bracket system.

    Patent no. GB2412952B

    Our Masonry Support range

    • Conventional Support

      Our Conventional Support range

    • Atlas Support

      Our Atlas Support range

    • Shims

      Our Shims range

  • Stonework Support

    Stonework Support

    Introduction

    ACS offers a range of systems designed to support and restrain stone cladding. These products are generally designed to suit each application as the size and density of stone can vary greatly.

    With a technical department of qualified engineers ACS has the experience to design the most economic & practical solutions to suit your needs.

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    To enable a system to be fully designed the following information would be required: –

    Stonework Support System

    – Type of structure (Concrete / steel)
    – Cavity size (Face of structure to back of stone)
    – Thickness of stone
    – Type of stone (Natural / reconstituted)
    – Density
    – Height to be supported
    – Typical section through at stone support location

    Note: To ensure grooves, cast in channels etc. are positioned correctly ACS recommend being appointed at the same time as the stone supplier.

    Types Of System

    The standard types of systems available are listed above, which include CFA cleats (normally used in cavities smaller than 50mm) & Alpha Bracket systems (used on cavities greater than 50mm).

    Both systems are available with welded dowels, lips or over bent angles to restraint the stone facade.

    Other systems are available; please consult ACS for further details.

    Stone Restraints

    ACS offer a range of bespoke ties for use in the restraining of stonework and stone panels. Due to the nature of construction associated with stone, ACS have created a “Design-A-Tie” facility to cover almost every possible restraint combination that may be required.

    Our Stonework Support range

    • SB1 Support Cleat

      Our SB1 Support Cleat range

    • SB2 Lipped Support Cleat

      Our SB2 Lipped Support Cleat range

    • SB3 Support Cleat Over Bent

      Our SB3 Support Cleat Over Bent range

    • SA1 Support Cleat

      Our SA1 Support Cleat range

    • SA2 Lipped Support Cleat

      Our SA2 Lipped Support Cleat range

    • SA3 Support Cleat Over Bent

      Our SA3 Support Cleat Over Bent range

  • Channel

    Channel

    Introduction

    ACS can supply a wide range of channels and T head bolts to suit almost any application within the construction industry.

    Channels & T head bolts may be supplied in a variety of lengths and materials to suit your specific needs.

    Our range consists of the following: –

    – Cast in channels
    – Surface fixed channels
    – Plain back channels

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    Cast in channels are spilt into 2 groups, self-anchoring & welded anchor types. Self-anchoring channels are predominantly used for restraint ties whilst channels with welded anchors are used for heavier loadings such as fixing masonry support. Cast in channels offer continuous adjustment longitudinally and can eliminate the need for site drilling thus reducing labour on site.

    Surface fixed channels are generally used for restraint ties. They may be bolted back to masonry, concrete, steelwork and steel studding with appropriate fixings. Usually installed in continuous lengths to allow the secondary fixer continuous adjustment longitudinally when installing masonry ties.

    Plain back channels may be used for supporting or restraining masonry. These channels are mainly welded to either steel columns or beams during fabrication and prior to treating the steelwork to increase the life expectancy. Plain back channels again offer continuous adjustment longitudinally and can eliminate the need for site drilling thus reducing labour on site.

    Cast in Channels

    Type Channel Reference Hot rolled / Cold formed Available materials Available T head bolt sizes
    Standard
    Channels
    28/15 WA Cold formed Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M6,M8,M10,M12
    38/17 WA Cold formed Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M10,M12,M16
    40/25 WA Cold formed Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M10,M12,M16
    40/23 WA Cold formed Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M10,M12,M16
    49/30 WA Cold formed Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M10,M12,M16,M20
    54/33 WA Cold formed Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M10,M12,M16,M20
    Heavy Duty
    Channels
    40/22 WA Hot rolled Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M10,M12,M16
    50/30 WA Hot rolled Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M10,M12,M16,M20
    52/34 WA Hot rolled Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M10,M12,M16,M20
    72/48 WA Hot rolled Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M20,M24,M27,M30
    Toothed
    Channels
    29/20 WA Hot rolled Carbon steel (HDG) M12
    38/23 WA Hot rolled Carbon steel (HDG) M12,M16
    41/22 WA Cold formed Carbon steel (HDG) or Stainless steel (A2 & A4) M12,M16
    Self Anchoring Channels 21/19 SA Cold formed Stainless steel (A2)
    28/28 SA Cold formed Stainless steel (A2)

    *Notes:
    1. Other lengths are available on request, please contact ACS Stainless Steel Limited for further information.
    2. Bolt sizes and lengths stated above include all sizes in all finishes. Some bolt sizes / lengths may not be available in some materials / finishes. Please consult ACS Stainless Steel Limited for further information.

    Surface fixed channels

    Channel Reference Available Materials Standard Lengths
    25/15 SF Stainless steel (A2 & A4) 3000,6000
    28/15 SF Carbon steel, HDG, Stainless steel (A2) 3000,6000
    35/8 SF Stainless steel (A2) 3000,6000
    38/17 SF Carbon steel (HDG) & Stainless steel (A2) 3000,6000

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    1. Other lengths are available on request, please contact ACS Stainless for further information.

    Plain back channels

    Channel Reference Available Materials Standard Lengths
    28/15 PB Carbon steel, HDG, Stainless steel (A2) 3000,6000
    38/17 PB Carbon steel, HDG, Stainless steel (A2) 3000,6000
    40/25 PB Carbon steel, HDG, Stainless steel (A2) 3000,6000
    49/30 PB Carbon steel, HDG, Stainless steel (A2) 3000,6000

    *Notes:
    1. Other lengths are available on request, please contact ACS Stainless for further information.

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    Our Channel range

    • 38/17 Cast in Channel

      Our 38/17 Cast in Channel range

    • 31/21 Axis Curve Channel

      Our 31/21 Axis Curve Channel range

    • 40/22 Cast in Channel

      Our 40/22 Cast in Channel range

    • 40/25 Cast in Channel

      Our 40/25 Cast in Channel range

    • 54/33 Cast in Channel

      Our 54/33 Cast in Channel range

    • 72/49 Cast in Channel

      Our 72/49 Cast in Channel range

    • 41/22 Cast in Channel

      Our 41/22 Cast in Channel range

    • 28/15 Channel

      Our 28/15 Channel range

    • 21/19 Apex Channel

      Our 21/19 Apex Channel range

    • 28/28 Dovetail slot

      Our 28/28 Dovetail slot range

    • 25/15 Frame Fix Channel

      Our 25/15 Frame Fix Channel range

  • Masonry Reinforcement

    Masonry Reinforcement

    Introduction

    ACS has the capability to design and supply various types of bed joint reinforcement to suit your requirements. Reinforcement is placed in horizontal bed joints and is designed to increase the tensile and flexural strength of masonry. It resists the stresses that are inherent in loaded masonry panels and thus substantially reduces the risk of cracks developing.

    ACS’s reinforcement can be used as an economical but effective bed joint reinforcement on either a single or double leaf construction. The reinforcement is manufactured in both stainless steel, grade 304 (1.4301) and galvanized mild steel.

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    This ladder type reinforcement enhances a structures resistance to wind and other lateral loadings.Wire

    It can be used:

    – To increase the recommended distance between movement joints.
    – To strengthen areas of concentrated loads and assist in resisting effects of stresses caused by earth movements, therefore reducing the likelihood of cracking in the brickwork.
    – To allow cladding panels to be increased in size.
    – Relieves stress concentration around openings, such as windows and doors.

    ACS supply corner sections and T sections for use at junctions. When lapping two reinforcement units, the items should be laid next to each other with a minimum overlap of 150mm.

    ACS manufacture a range of masonry reinforcement to suit most applications. This can be used as a cost effective solution for reinforcing both single leaf and double leaf construction walls. Supplied in a range of widths to suit most applications, ACS offer both stainless steel and galvanised masonry reinforcement from stock.

    Please note that ACS do not advise the use of galvanised masonry reinforcement in the external leaf of a cavity wall construction.

    Our Masonry Reinforcement range

    • SZ Single Leaf System

      Our SZ Single Leaf System range

    • Apollo from ACS

      Our Apollo from ACS range

    • SL Single Leaf System

      Our SL Single Leaf System range

    • DL Double Leaf System

      Our DL Double Leaf System range

    • HD Heavy Duty Double Leaf

      Our HD Heavy Duty Double Leaf range

    • DLC Double Leaf Collar

      Our DLC Double Leaf Collar range

    • EMR Expanded Metal

      Our EMR Expanded Metal range

  • Fixings & Bolts

    Fixings & Bolts

    Introduction

    ACS Stainless Steel Fixings Ltd offer a full range of fixings, fasteners and tools to complement their own products.

    Virtually everything you require to site-fix our products is available off the shelf or can be rapidly manufactured in-house. This includes our own range of Anchors, Resins and Studs ( Studding / Threaded Bar is also available from stock ).

    This section only covers the most requested fixing methods, for more detail please enquire via our contacts page. For more general fixing and fastener requirements ( Bolt Nut Washer and Screw ) we recommend you try our fixing supplier, Grayson (GB) Ltd direct.

    Our Fixings & Bolts range

    • Stick Pin Anchor (SPA)

      Our Stick Pin Anchor (SPA) range

    • T Head Bolts

      Our T Head Bolts range

    • Lock Nuts

      Our Lock Nuts range

    • Blind Bolt Fixings

      Our Blind Bolt Fixings range

    • Single Expansion Bolts

      Our Single Expansion Bolts range

    • Hexagon Head Set Screws

      Our Hexagon Head Set Screws range

    • Resin Anchors (Glass Capsule)

      Our Resin Anchors (Glass Capsule) range

    • Resin Anchors (Pump In Resin)

      Our Resin Anchors (Pump In Resin) range

  • Lintels

    Lintels

    Introduction

    ACS offers a wide range of standard lintels designed to cover almost every application within residential and commercial buildings.

    All lintels are available in either Stainless steel or mild steel galvanised. Please specify the finish when ordering.

    Note: Stainless steel lintels are manufactured using grade 304S15 as standard, however, for corrosive environments such as costal areas lintels may be manufactured (upon request) using grade 316S31.

    For further details on our standard range please consult ACS stainless with your requirements.

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    Materials

    All lintels are available in either Stainless steel or mild steel galvanised. Please specify the finish when ordering.

    Note: Stainless steel lintels are manufactured using grade 304S15 as standard, however, for corrosive environments such as costal areas lintels may be manufactured (upon request) using grade 316S31.

    For further details on our standard range please consult ACS stainless with your requirements.

    Bespoke Lintels

    ACS also offers a range of bespoke lintels designed and manufactured to suit your individual requirements, which include:

    Corner post lintels
    Cant brick lintels
    Timber arch lintels
    Notched lintels
    End plate lintels
    I Beam lintels
    Venetian arch Lintels
    Islamic arch lintels
    Cranked lintels
    Stepped lintels
    Mitred lintels
    Radiused lintels

    For further details please consult ACS Stainless

    Our Lintels range

    • ACS L1 Type Lintels

      Our ACS L1 Type Lintels range

    • ACS L2 Type Lintels

      Our ACS L2 Type Lintels range

    • ACS L3 Type Lintels

      Our ACS L3 Type Lintels range

    • ACS L4 Type Lintels

      Our ACS L4 Type Lintels range

    • ACS L5 Type Lintels

      Our ACS L5 Type Lintels range

    • ACS L6 Type Lintels

      Our ACS L6 Type Lintels range

  • Bespoke Fabrication

    Bespoke Fabrication

    Introduction

    In almost every residential and commercial development there is a requirement for structural steel members, especially in concrete framed structures where wide expanses of brickwork or blockwork need to be restrained or supported.

    Steel members are designed into the structure as a cost effective solution to restrain / support the masonry as it is uneconomical and unpractical to cast large concrete columns, beams and downstands.

    These structural members may include windposts, columns, beams, welded frames or even structural frames that incorporate masonry support systems.

    Generally these components will have been designed and detailed by the project structural engineer. However, these components are sometimes overlooked and it is necessary for proposals / designs to be carried out during the construction stage.

    ACS has the facility to design and/or manufacture medium to heavy-duty components in almost any shape, size and finish to suit the customers requirements.

    With a technical department of qualified engineers, ACS has the experience and expertise to design the most economical solutions using the latest technology.

    For further information or advice please consult ACS Stainless.

    Our Bespoke Fabrication range

    • ACP-1250 Corner Guard

      Our ACP-1250 Corner Guard range

  • Restraint Fixings

    Restraint Fixings

    Introduction

    ACS offer a range of head restraint fixings to suit site construction, these restraints connect to either the steel or concrete.

    Sliding Anchors are used to tie the inner and outer leaf to the structure of the building and provide lateral restraint whilst allowing vertical movement.

    Adjustable Head Restraints (AHR) are used to restrain the top of the inner leaf to the underside of the structure to allows differential movement whilst providing lateral restraint to the panel.

    Soffit Restraints clamp around the head of 100mm, 140mm or 215mm blocks and connect to the underside of the structure and allows vertical movement whilst providing lateral restraint to the inner leaf.

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    Material

    All head restraints are manufactured from grade 304 stainless steel, but can be manufactured from both grade 316 stainless steel or mild steel upon request. Please contact ACS Stainless for further details.

    How To Order

    When ordering head restraints please provide the following:

    Sliding Anchors – Dimension of the leg. ie 400mm / Size of fixing holes required ie 7mm or 10mm  / Type of tie and projection

    Adjustable Head Restraint – Size of fixing hole required ie 7mm or 10mm

    Soffit Restraint – Size of block / Size of fixing hole required ie 7mm or 10mm

    Our Restraint Fixings range

    • Adjustable Head Restraints

      Our Adjustable Head Restraints range

    • Soffit Restraints

      Our Soffit Restraints range

    • Sliding Anchor Systems

      Our Sliding Anchor Systems range

    • Sliding Ties

      Our Sliding Ties range

  • Tension Systems

    Tension Systems

    Introduction

    ACS tension bars offer unique benefits to specifiers and contractors, meeting the demands of the structural, civil and architectural markets.

    These high strength bars can be used in a wide variety of applications and include the following as standard:

    – Enhanced yield strength of 75400psi / 520N/mm2.
    – Uses rolled rather than cut threads for increased strength and security.
    – Bar range 10mm – 100mm available.
    – Aesthetically pleasing design.
    – German approval for it both carbon and stainless steel systems.
    – European technical approval CE marked.
    – Support from experienced teams of engineers who offer support and advice from specification to construction stage.

    In addition to the above, ACS provide other bar and cable systems.

    Our Tension Systems range

    • ACS Compression Strut

      Our ACS Compression Strut range

    • ACS Tension 520

      Our ACS Tension 520 range

  • CET Edge Trim

    CET Edge Trim

    Introduction

    Combination Edge Trim (CET) has been developed for use with steel frame structures which acts as a permanent shuttering when pouring concrete in-situ onto ribbed decking floors.

    One of the main advantages of this system is that the profiled trim incorporates a channel for casting into the concrete. Fixing to the face of thin slabs with site drilled bolts can become impractical or very expensive especially when trying to transfer loads from masonry support angles, curtain walling or even windposts back into the structure.

    Our CET Edge Trim range

    • Edge Trim

      Our Edge Trim range

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