Ancon to exhibit at Futurebuild 2019
At Futurebuild (5th – 7th March, London ExCeL), Ancon will showcase a range of products that are fully compliant with The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2018 – the Government’s ban on combustible materials in external walls, following a review of fire safety in high-rise residential buildings.
Ancon, a three-time winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, will present a range of innovative, high integrity fixings for masonry and concrete construction on stand number C82.
In addition, Ancon’s range of insulated balcony connectors will be on show to help building designers meet their thermal performance aspirations. This recently-improved range features Class A1 non-combustible insulation, reinforcement and steelwork, making it fully compliant with The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2018 and therefore suitable for all high-rise residential buildings.
Also under the spotlight will be Ancon’s fixings for structural concrete frames. New to the range are two products which simplify slab-to-wall concrete connections and provide continuity of reinforcement - the CB Coupler Box and the KSN Anchor Box.
The Ancon stand will provide visitors with an excellent opportunity to talk one-to-one with our experienced technical and sales representatives, who are happy to help with specific project requirements.
Futurebuild 2019 is the evolution of Ecobuild, the industry event bringing together opinion-shapers, decision-makers and product innovators to explore the latest thinking and debate the biggest issues facing the built environment now and in the future.
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Designed to minimise thermal bridging in masonry cavity walls, the patented Ancon Thermal Windpost (TWP2) from Leviat offers up to an impressive 70% reduction in thermal transmission through the span of the windpost.