Visit ANCON at Ecobuild 2018, 6th – 8th March, London ExCeL, stand number C62, to see the latest structural fixings opening-up new possibilities in zero and ultra-low energy construction by minimising thermal bridging, including
Also on display:
Ancon’s unique, BBA-approved, multi-award winning Teplo wall tie range that are widely specified in Passivhaus or similar low-energy developments.
Manufactured from pultruded basalt fibres set in a resin matrix (0.7W/mK), a material over sixty times more thermally efficient than steel (50W/mK
Both product ranges will break new ground in the masonry fixings sector.
Comprehensive range of insulated connectors designed to limit heat loss at balcony locations. Now engineered to carry even greater loads, the latest Ancon steel-to-concrete connectors accommodate large cantilever balconies and situations where connections are limited due to rebar congestion or column layout.
Completing a trio of innovative solutions is the Nexus system, which will be displayed as part of Ancon’s extensive brickwork support and restraint product portfolio. This modular brick soffit system, installed in a fraction of the time of a cast concrete alternative, was developed in association with prefabricated brickwork specialist, Ibstock Kevington. It combines a light, fully adjustable, brick-faced unit with Ancon’s trusted bracketed brick support angle. Available in any brick type, it is perfect for creating modern architectural brick details, such as deep soffits, reveals and flying beams, quickly and easily, and blends seamlessly with the wider façade.
Designed to attract forward-thinking professionals from across the globe, Ecobuild 2018 will feature ‘futurebuild’ districts, bringing together the latest in materials and technologies, and a conference programme designed to share knowledge and best practice in both design and construction.
Ancon Building Products
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