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A range of stainless steel frame cramps for fixing to concrete, steel and masonry.
Suitable for safely fixing to concrete, steelwork or masonry.
Frame cramps can be fixed to concrete, steelwork or masonry and have two outer 6 mm diameter holes and one central 7 mm diameter hole or an 8 x 30 mm fixing slot. Wincro WBEB M6 Expansion bolts are recommended for fixing to concrete, WBXS set screws or WBSD self-drill self-tapping screws for steelwork, and suitable plugs and screws for fixing to masonry. Large washers must be used with all WTS2E, WTS3E and similar ties with a slot. Frame cramps should have a minimum embedment of 50 mm in the outer leaf. Taking site tolerances into account, Wincro suggests tie lengths that achieve a greater embedment of 62.5–75 mm.
Frame cramps include:
Features and benefits:
Grade 1.4301 (304), standard.
Grade 1.4401 (316), optional.
F30/214 Cavity wall ties
F30/215 Cavity wall ties used with partial fill insulation
F30/24 Cavity wall ties
F30/25 Cavity wall ties used with partial fill insulation
To BS EN 845-1.
Stainless steel, grade 1.4301 (304).
Stainless steel, grade 1.4401 (316).
Wincro plastic de-bonding sleeve.
Plastic insulation retaining clip.
Neoprene isolating patch for fixing to steelwork.
Stainless steel self-drilling/self-tapping screws.
Safe ended frame cramp.
With drip and two outer 6 mm diameter holes and one central 7 mm diameter hole.
WBEB M6 expansion bolt.
Expansion bolt for fixing to concrete.
WBPS stainless screw and fischer plug.
Plug and screw for fixing to masonry.
WBSDZP tekscrew and WIP Isolation patch.
Zinc-plated carbon steel self-drilling/self-tapping screw complete with neoprene isolation washer for fixings to steelwork.
WBPSX plug and screw.
Plug and screw for fixing to concrete.
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