H-Bau Technik

New Isopro connection elements act as intrinsic parts

Loggias, open-air corridors and entire stories – these are just some examples of individual component parts that project from the basic façades of a building. The load-bearing members supporting such projections must be structurally connected with the interior members – and must nevertheless be thermally separated. Only in such a way is it possible to obtain a reliable structural system that satisfies the latest requirements for thermal protection. Isopro connection elements from H-Bau Technik securely mount concrete, steel and wooden elements precisely to the façade and are thermally...

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