Posts tagged with 'Ancon'
In honour of International Women in Engineering Day, we're celebrating the achievements of our own outstanding female engineers by finding out more about them, why they chose engineering, and what advice they’d give to women considering it as a career path. Our second interview is with Design Draughtsperson Liudmila Trull. Read more
In honour of International Women in Engineering Day, we're celebrating the achievements of our own outstanding female engineers by finding out more about them, why they chose engineering, and what advice they’d give to women considering it as a career path. Our first interview is with Senior Engineer Harriet Cotton. Read more
Ancon were pleased to take part in the Women's Engineering Society Tomorrow's Engineers Week in November. The week is dedicated to raising awareness of women working in STEM roles, showing girls how interesting these careers can be. Read more
When tying a masonry outer leaf to a timber frame, in a UK town or city, wall ties should be specified to Types 5 to 7 in BS 5268-6.1: 1996. Read more
Poorly installed wall ties led to the collapse of masonry at a primary school. Ancon considers the findings of the independent inquiry and advises on industry best practice Read more
Ancon Teplo wall ties comprise pultruded basalt fibres set in a resin matrix which offers a thermal conductivity of just 0.7W/mK. The thermal efficiency of this innovative material means these ties are excluded from U-value calculations to BS EN ISO 6946, minimising insulation thickness and wall footprint. Read more
This post discusses the most common problems associated with the incorrect use of cavity wall ties and how to overcome these. Read more
Wall ties, sometimes called ‘brick ties’, are used in buildings with cavity walls. They are used to join the two leaves of a cavity wall together. Read more
A discussion on how reinforced concrete must be designed and constructed to accommodate the inevitable movements that will take place. Read more
Construction industry remains open. Manufacturing at Leviat continues through latest national lockdown.
The health, safety and wellbeing of all those who work with us and for us, as well as the general public, is always our No. 1 priority.
From January 1st 2021, the UK will recognise both the EU CE marking approvals, for a time limited period, and the new UK based approval system, which will be known as the UKCA mark. The EU will only recognise CE marking by EU notified bodies as proof of efficacy moving forwards. Leviat has been working closely with both EU notified and UK approved bodies to ensure compliance is achieved at the earliest possible opportunity and we can confirm that we have obtained all relevant certification.