Halfen HTA-CE

Anchor channels with ETA approval and CE marking

Halfen HTA-CE cast-in channels have been granted the European approval (ETA-09/0339) and are delivered with CE marking.

For the planning engineer this means even more safety as works are carried out in accordance with the approval also concerning international projects. The new Halfen channel dimensioning program supports the planner by means of a simply structured user interface and verifiable hard copies and it allows dimensioning in an efficient and optimized way. As the calculations consider concrete strength classes, boundary conditions in terms of geometrics and any kind of load combinations, processing in any situation of the application is carried out in compliance with the regulations. This improves...

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