Specify with confidence with CE marked Lindapter Hollo-Bolt
Lindapter announce the CE marking of the Hollo-Bolt, giving contractors, engineers and architects additional confidence in specifying the popular connection for Structural Hollow Section (SHS).
Lindapter Hollo-Bolt CE marking
- first steelwork ‘blind fixing’ of its kind to attain CE marking
- follows a thorough and independent assessment of Lindapter’s Factory Production Control System
- plus detailed analysis of the Hollo-Bolt’s performance
Hexagonal, Flush Fit, Countersunk and Button/Security head variants in lengths 1, 2 and 3 are covered by the European Technical Approval (ETA) 10/0416.
Structural Engineers can now design Hollo-Bolt connections to the Eurocode 3 standard by using the characteristic values of tensile and shear resistance, featured in both the latest Lindapter catalogue and the New Hollo-Bolt Brochure.
The Hollo-Bolt’s wide product range provides specifiers with a connection solution to suit many applications.
Foe example, Lindapter’s patented Flush Fit Hollo-bolt offers an aesthetic finish, particularly suited to Architects.
Follow the links above for more information about the Hollo-Bolt, including all the latest product developments, or to download a copy of the New Hollo-Bolt Brochure.
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