Advantages

  • Bonds and strengthens corners and wall intersections
  • Bonds walls to reinforced concrete frames
  • Safe handling and easy to cut and shape on site
  • Fully compliant to BS and Eurocode standards

Product description

Bricktor
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Bricktor® Crack Control Reinforcement or CCR for short is a thin gauge steel wire rectangular welded mesh used by bricklayers as a non-structural crack control reinforcement within standard brickwork mortar joints, thin joint aircrete blockwork joints or stone walls.

The welded wire mesh is used to prevent or reduce cracking in walls by bonding the masonry units together and strengthening the parts of the masonry panel where it is installed, providing a cost effective and reliable method of optimising the strength and durability of the masonry structure or façade.

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Sales and technical support:

Telephone: +44 1142427488

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better together

  • transmission-cable

    Situation

    Alcan and Bekaert joined forces to install 210 miles of transmission cable

    Solution

    Bekaert seamlessly adjusted the lengths of the reels to help Alcan’s trucks drive through mountainous terrain

    Result

    Alcan could meet their customer’s delivery requirements

  • Algeciras-port

    Situation

    Optimal reinforcement required for the concrete pavement of the Algeciras port terminal in Spain.

    Solution

    Concrete strengthened with Dramix steel fibers, offering high fatigue resistance and load bearing capacity.

    Result

    The solution largely exceeds the Spanish standard for the design and construction of port pavement set at a durability of at least 25 years.

  • ski

    Situation

    Skiers count on safety when they go up the mountain

    Solution

    In close cooperation Bekaert developed superior quality wires that meet the technical customer requirements of ropeway constructors

    Result

    The customer handles the production of the cables, but also on-site weaving (or splicing) and installation. The cables have a life expectancy up to 40 years

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