Precontech International

Anchoring and assembly technology for residential buildings

For about 30 years, Precontech International and BVT Rausch GmbH have been offering all common lifting anchor and sandwich anchor systems as well as PTA anchor channels which are in particular interesting for cost-effective residential construction.

Connecting technology for precast concrete walls

A double wall connector made of glass fiber reinforced plastic transfers the hydrostatic pressure during the concrete pouring process and is available for wall thicknesses of 180, 200, 240, 250 and 300 mm.

With a new zero wall connection module double wall elements or sandwich panels that are smooth on...

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