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Ancon FHR Head Restraint - 2D Detail

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FHR Head Restraint

Leviat Variant:

Stainless steel head restraints for the top of masonry walls.

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Application

Suitable to provide the necessary restraint to the top of masonry walls and accommodates vertical movement.

Description

Stainless steel head restraints designed to allow vertical movement to accommodate shrinkage or thermal movement of the wall or structural frame, whilst restraining wind loads.


Important:

Head restraint requirements/ spacing to be determined by Structural Engineer and Contractor to be informed.

General information

Material

Stainless steel

Uniclass

Pr_20_85_84_36 Head restraint slip tiesPrimary

CAWS

F30/251 Wall head restraint slip ties

Product range

Wall Ties and Restraint Fixings

Specification data - Head restraint slip ties

Material

Austenitic stainless steel.

Length

Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.

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Type

  • Restraint for the top of internal wall, or the inner leaf of a cavity wall.
  • The restraints are supplied with two holes in the longer angle to allow the restraint to fit 100 mm and 140 mm blockwork. Each restraint provides a design resistance of 1890 N.
  • The FHR has two angles which clamp the top of the wall and each have 10 mm holes for a single fixing to the underside of a structural member.


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Wall Ties and Restraint Fixings

Wall Ties and Restraint Fixings

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