Roads & Bridges
Safety, strength and structural integrity
In road and bridge construction, the need for superior safety, strength and structural integrity means that Ancon steel fixings are routinely specified for large-scale infrastructure projects.
Concrete reinforcing bar couplers and starter bars play a key role in creating secure, high-strength bridges worldwide – from long-span crossings to footbridges.
Almost 100,000 Ancon Rebar Couplers have been used in the concrete support towers, end piers and road deck of one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the world.
Queensferry Crossing, Forth Estuary, Scotland
Ancon fabricated stainless steel bridge cappings and all associated support brackets for bridges running across the Channel Tunnel Rail Link.
Bridge Cappings & Supports - Channel Tunnel Rail Link, UK
Ancon MBT Headed Anchors have been installed on a section of the Eastlink Project in Melbourne.
Eastlink Project, Melbourne
Bartec Plus couplers offer a full strength connection together with enhanced fatigue resistance.
Bartec Plus Couplers
MBT couplers require neither bar end preparation to form threads nor bar rotation to effect installation. The bars are supported within the coupler by two serrated saddles.
The Starter Bar system is designed to increase the speed of construction at joints where continuity of reinforcement is required, or for fixing applications using standard metric bolts or studding.
Starter Bar System
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Holding concrete structures together securely, connecting joints between slabs and transferring loads throughout the structure is the job of steel rebar couplers, reinforcement continuity systems, stud rails and shear dowels.
Ancon will be exhibiting at Evolving Concrete 2016 on Thursday 20th October 2016 at the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Reading. Ancon will be on Stand 19 for the duration of the event.
Ancon is proud to sponsor The Concrete Society Awards Dinner which is scheduled to be held at The Grosvenor Hotel, Park Lane, London on 17th November 2016.