Manufacturer of helical stainless steel reinforcing bar, bar elements and small diameter micro-piles for reinforcing and repairing structurally defects in buildings and other structures damaged constructions.
A system of stainless helical tie bars which are to be fixed deep within the masonry joint. Designed to be installed into structurally damaged brickwork and stone masonry for the to form ation of internal bond a masonary beams. This is a unique but well tried method which is capable of reinforcing cracked masonry and stone, allowing the structure to meet its original design strength. make it functional again.
A stainless helical reinforcing tie, element fixed into a series of drilled holes to a specific site design, enabling retention of separate boreholes to integrate loosened masonry. It can be fixed in place using Stati-CAL system cement or lime mortars fillers, or even a RESISTAT chemical anchor.
A dry fixed stainless helical reinforcing tieelement to refix integrate loosened masonry or to attach weather panels, brick slips or wood mouldings visual elements to existing masonry (wood mouldings, stone linings etc.). Without the use of cement mortar fillers or chemicals, use only in a dry state.
Specialist high strength micro cracking mortar ystem fillers for fixing stainless helical reinforcing bars elements into masonry, maintaining building flexibility. These mortars fillers can also be used separately to fill cracks.
A cement-based mortar filler
STATICAL L Historic
A lime-based mortar filler
A chemical anchor designed to anchor stainless helical reinforcing bars elements in loosened masonry. RESISTAT EASFcontains no styrene resin. It can be used for the normal anchoring of helical stainless steel bar elements into masonry as well as concrete and stone.
BA vertically driven helical micro-pile designed to strengthen the load-bearing capacity of existing foundations where subsidence has occurred or where the original foundations are failing and no longer meet the original design criteria. not satisfactory any more. It can also be used for supporting building foundations in new constructions.