Anchoring system between a concrete component and a steel component

(10) WO 2012/163708 A1
(22) 21. Mai 2012
(43) 6. Dezember 2012
(71) AREVA NP GMBH [DE/DE]; Faul-GossenStraße
100, 91052 Erlangen (DE)
(57) The invention relates to an anchoring system for forming a non-releaseable connection between a concrete component (I), which has reinforcement comprising at least one steel bar mesh, and a steel component (3), wherein at least one anchoring element formed of an anchor strip (2) is cast into the concrete component (I) in such a way that at least one connecting surface projects at least partially from the concrete component (I). The object of the invention is to...

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