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Ancon Thermal Breaks

Ancon Thermal Breaks

Leviat

Masonry support systems from Ancon can now be supplied with Thermal Breaks to minimise heat loss through cold bridging and improve the energy efficiency of the building envelope. Ancon Thermal Breaks are manufactured from a durable fibre-reinforced thermoset plastic which combines low thermal conductivity with high compressive strength. They are shaped like a standard Ancon key-hole shim in order to locate quickly and easily, between bracket and structural frame, as a support system is installed.
Ancon Thermal Windposts (TWP2)

Ancon Thermal Windposts (TWP2)

Leviat

The patented new Ancon Thermal Windpost (TWP2) from Leviat has been designed to minimise thermal bridging in masonry cavity walls, offering up to an impressive 70% reduction in thermal transmission through the span of the windpost.
Ancon 25/14 Restraint System

Ancon 25/14 Restraint System

Leviat

The Ancon 25/14 Restraint System ties an outer leaf of brickwork to a light steel frame. Self-drilling, high-thread screws fix through the channel and rigid insulation board and into the steel. Ancon SD25 wall ties are located in the channel and built into the bed joints of the outer leaf of brickwork. This system has been independently tested by Lucideon; it meets the technical requirements of the NHBC and a CE Declaration of Performance is available to download from www.ancon.co.uk/CE.
Ancon Windposts vs Wi Columns

Ancon Windposts vs Wi Columns

Wembley Innovation Ltd

An independant comparison between Ancon windposts and our Wi Columns showing a reduction in the number of structural components required when you opt for the Wi System,.
Ancon Low Thermal Conductivity Wall Ties

Ancon Low Thermal Conductivity Wall Ties

Leviat

Ancon’s range of low thermal conductivity wall ties minimise heat loss through thermal bridging, improving the energy efficiency of a masonry cavity wall. The use of these ties can reduce insulation depth and wall footprint. In addition to a number of stainless steel wire wall ties, the range includes the Ancon TeploTie which is manufactured from pultruded basalt fibres set in resin. This BBA-approved product is available exclusively from Ancon. It has a thermal conductivity of just 0.7W/mK, making it the most thermally efficient wall tie on the market.
Ancon KSN Anchor Reinforcement Continuity Systems

Ancon KSN Anchor Reinforcement Continuity Systems

Leviat

The KSN system comprises of internally-threaded anchors which are cast into the wall and, during construction of the adjoining slab, accept continuation bars prepared with a Bartec parallel-thread. This is fastest and safest system. There is no on site bar straightening and virtually no restriction on bar length, so EC2 lap lengths are easily accommodated. A standard timber carrier allows multiple anchors to be installed simultaneously. Unlike re-bend systems where bar length, spacing and diameter are restricted by physical box dimensions, KSN Anchors provide total design flexibility.
Ancon CCB Cellular Clay Block Wall Ties

Ancon CCB Cellular Clay Block Wall Ties

Leviat

Ancon has developed an innovative range of wall ties for use with cellular clay blockwork, where the horizontal bed joints are just 1mm. The range includes ties for internal wall junctions and internal/external cavity walls. They are manufactured from corrosion-resistant stainless steel and are suitable for use in housing and commercial applications.
Reinforcing Large Format Stack-Bonded Masonry - Ancon AMR Masonry Reinforcement

Reinforcing Large Format Stack-Bonded Masonry - Ancon AMR Masonry Reinforcement

Leviat

Where large format masonry units are stacked one above the other, the lack of bonding between them will greatly reduce the overall flexural strength of the panel and the ability of the wall to spread vertical loads. Ancon AMR Masonry Reinforcement, located in the bed joints, will increase the panel’s flexural strength and improve the capacity to resist lateral loads and spread vertical loads.

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