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PLANNING & DESIGN; STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS


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Schöck CAD/BIM library now includes Isokorb, Bole and Dorn


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chöck, as a leading international supplier of load-bearing thermal insulation products and reinforcement


technology solutions, continues to optimise its digital portfolio service for planners; with the focus very much on improved digital workflow using web applications and BIM objects. In addition to the Isokorb thermal break range – which offers three distinct levels of detailing – the updated CAD/BIM library also now offers the Bole punching shear reinforcement range and Dorn single-shear and heavy duty dowels. All in many common 2D and 3D formats. The BIM- compatible IFC files of these varied Schöck products can be used in all common BIM planning software such as Revit, Archicad or Tekla Structures. Digital product information is easily accessible for all those involved from planning to the construction site and can be efficiently integrated in a continuous, networked process.


The Light Gauge Steel Solution


Simpson Strong-Tie is all set to provide the steel frame construction industry with performance tested connectors and fixings with the release of their 2021 Connectors for Light Gauge Steel catalogue – created for suppliers, architects, engineers, erectors and contractors alike. Alongside the ever popular TJC Jack Truss and Rafter Connector, an on-site adjustable angle bracket, HTT5 Tension Ties and the Quik Drive collated fastening system sit brand new product innovations: The LGSSC Splicing Clip connects over–sail LGS studs to the primary structure; The RCKW Parapet Wall Bracket resists an over-turning moment at the base of exterior knee-walls and parapets; X1214 screws are capable of drilling through 5mm steel and suitable for 450 grade hardened steel; X1224 screws are capable of drilling through 12.5mm steel and suitable for fixing to hot rolled steel sections. “Our range of connectors can assist on-site installation and ensure projects are completed on time and to your specification.” Explains Sales Manager Keith Lister. “Our dedicated technical support team are available daily to help you select your solution.”


01827 255600 www.strongtie.co.uk Compliant ventilation at the correct level


Whilst clay and concrete airbricks commonly have airflow ratings under 1,200mm², the Cavibrick has an airflow rating of 7,500mm² and is offered in a range of colours. Providing the requisite NHBC ventilation is made easier plus there’s a range of straight and cranked sleeves to ensure the Cavibrick can always be


the correct height off ground level. And if there are obstructions such as contaminated land gas barriers present in the cavity, there are gastight preformed harmonising sleeves to pass through them. For more information, please visit the Cavity Trays website.


01935 474769 www.cavitytrays.com Steel and timber combine on stylish build


The Kingspan TEK Building System of structural insulated panels (SIPs) has been used to create a spectacular, cantilevered self-build in Oxfordshire, achieving excellent airtightness and energy efficiency with a fast-track build programme. The Kingspan TEK Building System is formed from


rigid insulation panels which are faced with OSB/3. Kingspan TEK SIPs are pre-cut to each project’s specifications by trained delivery partners, ensuring a simple, fast and accurate installation once on site. Their unique jointing system also ensures excellent insulation continuity throughout the envelope while limiting air-leakage.


01544 387 384 www.kingspantek.co.uk


The Schöck products Isokorb, Bole and Dorn are now available in CAD / BIM libraries.


01865 290 890 www.schoeck.co.uk


ADF NOVEMBER 2020


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