Application in masonry and precast lightweight aggregate ­concrete members

Design and application of injection and expansion anchor systems

Fastening technology has attained a remarkable technical standard in recent decades, particularly in the field of expansion anchors. While fastening with expanded anchors for structural components of normalweight concrete is regulated by ETAG 001 and for masonry by the regulations of ETAG 020 and/or ETAG 029, there exist, unfortunately, no national or European regulations for lightweight aggregate concrete with closed structure (lightweight structural concrete).

Regulations for fastenings with

expansion anchors in lightweight aggregate concrete

In addition to the different structural and...

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