Spacer for a reinforcement layer, reinforcement system for a concrete component

(10) WO 2015/039869 Al

(22) 3. September 20l4 (03.09.2014)

(43) 26. März 2015 (26.03.2015) WIPO I PCT

(71) GROZ-BECKERT KG [DE/DE]; Parkweg 2, 72458 Albstadt (DE).

(57) The invention relates to a spacer (1) for a reinforcement layer (16), a reinforcement system (29) for a concrete component (21), and a method for producing a reinforcement system (29). Said spacers (1) allow especially meshtype reinforcement layers (16) to be kept at a distance from other bodies (24, 28) in a particularly simple manner. In order to mount the spacers (1), the same are inserted into a mesh (8) of the reinforcement...

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