Essential strength and stability for multi-storey buildings
Throughout multi-storey office buildings, Ancon’s structural fixings provide the assured strength and durability demanded by developers. Masonry fixings are used to reinforce internal blockwork walls, support brick or stone external cladding and securely tie claddings back to the structural framework.
Ancon acoustic ties help to reduce noise transfer in cavity and partition walls. Ancon concrete fixings are specified throughout large buildings, from bar couplers in the foundation raft to vertical connections in the concrete core and shear connections between floor slabs and the core. Bespoke solutions, using a combination of products, can also be devised to connect precast elements with in-situ concrete.
Ancon Isolan balcony connectors minimise cold bridging at the interface between concrete balconies and concrete floors. They are a simple and cost-effective solution.
Priors Gate development, Tallaght, Ireland
This mixed use development, on the southern fringes of the Olympic Park, utilised the Nexus system to achieve flawless brick-faced soffits to the hundreds of door and window heads.
Bow River Village, London
Broadside is a five storey office building located on the banks of the River Medway in Kent.
Broadside, Chatham Maritime, Kent, UK
Ancon Shearfix steel studs are located around a column head or base to reinforce a concrete slab against punching shear.
Kings Dock Mill, Liverpool, UK
A Shearfix stud rail system has been installed in the concrete frame of Westpac Place, the head office for the Westpac Banking Corporation in Sydney’s central business district.
Westpac Place, Sydney, Australia
Ancon designed and manufactured a bespoke brick support system for this high-rise office development's most striking feature.
Office Development, Brisbane, Australia
An Ancon masonry support system has been installed on ‘The Lighthouse’: an attractive four-storey office development in Salford Quays.
The Lighthouse, Salford Quays UK
An Ancon Tension System has been used to support a concrete ring weighing over 500 tonnes, which in turn is suspended above an 80 metre high office block.
Astra Turm, Hamburg, Germany
Steel compression and tension members from Ancon have been installed in the roof trusses on the Octagon Barn office complex in Norfolk, UK.
Octagon Barn Complex, Norfolk, UK
Radiussed stainless steel sections from Ancon have been installed by Stirling Stone to support the rain-screen cladding on landmark office development, One London Wall.
One London Wall, London UK
Ancon’s connectors minimise heat loss at balcony locations while maintaining structural integrity.
Insulated Balcony Connectors
Used within a slab to provide additional reinforcement around columns, Ancon Shearfix is the ideal solution to the design and construction problems associated with punching shear.
Punching Shear Reinforcement
The use of Ancon Reinforcing Bar Couplers can simplify the design and construction of reinforced concrete and reduce the amount of reinforcement required.
Reinforcing Bar Couplers
Concrete structures are designed with expansion and contraction joints to allow movement to take place.
Shear Load Connectors
Eazistrip Reinforcement Continuity Systems are designed to maintain continuity of reinforcement at construction joints in concrete.
Eazistrip Standard Range
Brick, block or stone cladding on steel or concrete framed structures is normally supported by stainless steel masonry support systems.
Ancon Windposts are designed to span vertically between floors to provide lateral support for panels of brickwork.
Ancon AMR 'Ladder Type' Masonry Reinforcement is a fabricated steel reinforcement system that is located in the bed joint to strengthen masonry panels without thickening the wall.
AMR Masonry Reinforcement
Tie bars are increasingly being used in structures and buildings as an architectural as well as a structural element.
Tension & Compression Systems
Ancon is a specialist fabricator and has a wealth of experience in working with a range of types and grades of stainless steel.
Stainless Steel Fabrications
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Head Restraints provide simple support to the top of a masonry panel by transferring lateral load (usually wind or internal pressure load) from the masonry to the primary structure, whilst allowing some vertical movement in the frame in relation to the top of the wall.
Ancon will be exhibiting at Evolving Concrete 2017 on Thursday 28th September 2017 at the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, Reading. Ancon will be on Stand 19 for the duration of the event.
Ancon is pleased to announce that it has successfully transitioned its Quality and Environmental Management Systems to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 respectively, well ahead of the September 2018 industry deadline.