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Ferbox Comparison Study: Why Use Specials?
This study compares using off the shelf stock lengths (standards) with purpose-made specials reinforcement continuity strip. Based on the concrete cores of a residential construction project where ...
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Flight Connections at Manchester Airport
A tried and trusted connection solution for rapid construction, Invisible Connections telescopic connectors are being used extensively throughout the structural frame and cores for the Global Gatew...
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Invisible Connections in the Leadenhall Building, London
On a building of this scale, technical problems and the need for novel solutions, cascaded right down to component level and an example of this was the precast core walls. Although not required for...
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Telescopic Connector Layouts for Landings: Options for Achieving Robustness Design
At-a-glance guide explaining how clever layout of telescopic connectors in stair landings can comply with structural requirements for building regulations.
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Telescopic connectors or rolled steel angles which is the smarter way to install precast concrete staircases?
This study compares the costs of rolled steel angles (RSAs) against RVK 101 telescopic connectors to support precast concrete stair landings off core walls. When the costs of materials and labour w...
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BSF Product Information
Precast concrete beams and columns is an aesthetic and efficient method of concrete frame construction. Increasingly, architects seek visibility of the structural form, whilst maintaining elegance ...
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DTS Product Information
Precast concrete beams and columns is an aesthetic and efficient method of concrete frame construction. Architects seek visibility of the structural form, whilst maintaining elegance and structural...
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European Technical Approval (ETA) BSF Connectors
Invisible Connections' range of BSF beam and column connectors are designed to solve the problems associated with unsightly support systems, particularly those associated with traditional brack...
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Product Selection Guide
An at a glance overview of all Invisible Connections products, indicating where and how they might be used. A description, key features and benefits accompanies each product to aid selection accord...
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30 Reasons why Telescopic Connectors are more efficient than rolled steel angles for installing precast stairs
When deciding on which method to use for supporting precast stairs, this document highlights the economical, safety and practical advantages of using Telescopic Connectors.
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