Wall Starter Systems
Staifix Universal Wall Starter System
This system includes all necessary fixings to join a single skin of masonry, 2400mm high, to an existing wall. Each pack includes two fixing strips, five plugs, five washers, five screws and ten wall ties. It is suitable for wall widths from 60mm to 250mm and has a design resistance of 1.7kN per metre. Wall ties slide within the fixing strip to course with the bed joints of any masonry unit.
Staifix QuickStart Wall Starter System
This stainless steel system includes all the wall ties and fixings needed to join a new wall, 2400mm high, to existing brickwork. The wall ties are integral to the stainless steel starter strip and fold out at pre-set 225mm vertical centres. Each pack contains 2 starter strips (10 integral wall ties), 5 screws, 5 plugs and 5 washers.
The QuickStart wall starter is suitable for wall widths from 60mm to 250mm and has a design resistance of 1.7kN per metre.
36/8 Wall Extension System
This system is available as a kit comprising a length of 36/8 Channel 2400mm long, ten safety-ended SP36 flat wall ties and ten plugs / screws. It has a design resistance of 1.6kN per metre.
Unlike other wall starters, the ties can be used with debonding sleeves to accommodate longitudinal movement at the joint and the system can also be supplied with other Ancon wall ties with a _ _36 reference, e.g. DP36 or YP36 (dowelled) for use with stonework.
Staifix Starter Tie
This screw-in tie is supplied with an 8mm nylon plug and is suitable for use in brickwork and blockwork of up to 3 storeys or 8 metres in height. The tie can also be used in line with NHBC standards.
Staifix Cavity Starter Tie
The tie simplifies the building of an inner leaf of blockwork within an existing structure. It is ideal for barn conversions and can be used in line with NHBC standards.
|180mm, 200mm, 230mm to suit cavities from 50mm - 120mm.|
Reveal Support Plate
The Ancon Reveal Support Plate is designed to support the first few bricks of a full brick window reveal during construction. The plate will bond into the bed joint of the outer leaf providing a stable bearing for the reveal brick.
The long leg of the plate should be built into the bed joint of the external leaf with the arrow pointing inwards. To ensure stability, the outer leaf should be built at least one brick high on top of the plate prior to the reveal brick being placed.
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