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East Ham Customer Service Centre

Ancon designed and manufactured the brick support system on this award winning building that features attractive soffits, reveals and ribs

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Clyde Tunnel Refurbishment

Ancon manufactured a bespoke stainless steel support framework used to fix a new architectural fire-resistant tunnel lining

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James Hehir Building, Suffolk

Ancon Lockable Dowels replaced traditional pour strips at both wall-to-wall and wall-to-slab junctions on this UK project

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1875, St. Helier, Jersey

Ancon Isotec thermal break has been installed at the balcony locations on this stylish residential development

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Broadside, Chatham Maritime

A brick support system was designed for this four storey screen wall, curved on plan

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St Mary's Catholic College

400 metres of stainless steel brick support angle have been supplied to this new college in Blackpool

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TeploTie Used in British Passivhaus

Ancon TeploTies have been used in the first certified Passivhaus to be built using masonry cavity walls.

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Product focus

Reinforcement Continuity Systems

KSN Anchors create high performance joints quickly and more safely than re-bend continuity boxes which involve rebar straightening. The system also easily accommodates EC2 lap lengths.

Punching Shear Reinforcement

Used within a slab to provide additional reinforcement around columns, CARES-approved and EC2-compliant Ancon Shearfix is the ideal solution to the design and construction problems associated with punching shear

Insulated Balcony Connectors

Ancon Balcony Connectors provide a thermal break between an external balcony and an internal structural frame, where fixings pass through the building envelope.

Wall Ties & Restraint Fixings

Ancon's range of low thermal conductivity wall ties includes the BBA-approved Ancon TeploTie, which is manufactured from basalt fibres and has a thermal conductivity of 0.7W/mK.

Reinforcing Bar Couplers

The use of reinforcing bar couplers simplifies design and reduces the amount of reinforcement required. The Ancon range includes parallel-threaded, tapered threaded and mechanically bolted couplers.

Shear Load Connectors

Lockable Dowels replace the use of one-metre 'pour strips' in post-tensioned concrete frames, reducing slab propping time, improving site access and accelerating the rate of construction.

Masonry Reinforcement

AMR-X features shaped cross wires ensuring longitudinal wires are located in the centre of a bed joint. When compared to other ladder-type reinforcement, AMR-X can accelerate the speed of construction and improve build quality.

Latest news

Ancon launches a high performance, CE marked, Acoustic Wall Tie range

These new high performance products feature an acoustic isolation element that minimises the transfer of airborne noise and vibration.

Ancon to unveil new Acoustic Dowel at the UK Concrete Show

Ancon launched its new Acoustic Dowel, designed to transfer shear load whilst reducing impact sound, at Europe’s largest specialist concrete show in February 2015.

Another year of innovation for Ancon

Ancon has continued to reinforce its reputation throughout 2014 with a number of new developments and initiatives.

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Sustainability matters

Putting Corporate Social Responsibility into Practice

Ancon is committed to ethically and responsibly managing all aspects of its operations. Read exactly what this means in practice in our CSR report.

Our facilities employ strict energy-management and waste-minimisation procedures, following the principles of lean manufacturing.

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Latest Blog Posts

Why are brick support angles manufactured from stainless steel?

This is a question Ancon’s Technical Services Team is regularly asked by those specifying and purchasing support systems for masonry...

06 Oct

What is a thermal bridge? How can thermal bridging be minimised?

Energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important in today’s building designs and the thermal performance of the insulated building...

05 Mar

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