Bed joint reinforcement for strengthening masonry walls.
MSF Masonry Reinforcement, also known as brickspan, or bed joint reinforcement is primarily used to strengthen walls. Stainless steel can be used on both inner and external bricks/blocks whereas galvanized is more suited to internal walls. The masonry reinforcement aids to reduce cracking and provide general support.
The reinforcement comes at a standard length of 2.7 metres, and is available in a range of wire diameters making the range versatile, and able to fit any combination of brick or block width. Available in both stainless and galvanized, including 3.0 mm, 3.5 mm, 4.0 mm and 5.0 mm (or equivalent after being flattened). Usually packed and shipped in packs of either 40 lengths, or 20 lengths (depending on the weight and size of the reinforcement), however, orders are not tied to these figures, and any amount can be ordered.
Features and benefits:
F30/43 Meshwork joint reinforcement
F30/270 Meshwork joint reinforcement
To BS EN 845-3.
Configuration of bed joint reinforcement
Welded wire ladder.
Ladder or truss width (overall)
For 102 mm brick, 100 mm or 125 mm blockwork.
For 140 mm or 150 mm blockwork.
For 190 mm or 200 mm blockwork.
For 215 mm blockwork.
Characteristic yield strength of longitudinal wires.
15% Greater than yield stress.
Contains Red List materials
Country of product manufacture