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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.

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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.

The product displays will include a comprehensive range of Class A1 non-combustible stainless steel masonry supportsrestraints and reinforcements.

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.

Class A1 non-combustible stainless steel masonry supports, restraints and reinforcements

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