Heaton Products

VIDEO: The lowdown on Heaton Products

  • 16 Apr 2019

Heaton Products Ltd. is a leading UK manufacturer of prefabricated steel reinforcement, construction materials, building products, and non-mechanical plant.

Based in the Midlands, the company is well-placed to serve all areas of the United Kingdom, and offers next day delivery on stock items, and rapid turnaround on bespoke projects – this video will reveal more.

With an experienced and skilled team of designers and fabricators, Heaton Products excels in supplying prefabricated and loose steel concrete reinforcement and all accessories for projects of any size or scope up to 50 tonnes.

Ground beams, pile cages and caps, diaphragm wall cages, steel cages and columns, radius bent beams, and raft foundation solutions; all and more can be supplied welded, tied or loose, with minimal lead, direct to site.

Heaton Products is also the home of the MOAP – a size 1 heavy duty acrow prop and masonry support, able to safely shore up masonry on site to a 500Kg capacity.

The MOAP MATE’s length of 300mm means that it can hold 2 skins of bricks, with a cavity, with ease. Strong, hardy, durable; it’s the only solution for contractors and construction companies for a long-lasting prop.

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