AEP® hidden brackets are used to fasten a concrete element beam or Anstar A-BEAM® to the side of a concrete element column, wall or another beam. The bracket acts as a swivel joint for the bending of the head of the beam, transferring the beam’s torsional moment to the column without support during installation.
Fastened using threaded connections, the system can be used for concrete façade elements or supports of brick walls built on the site to suspend them from the building frame. AR suspension parts are used to fasten skin elements to the building frame.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS WATCH THE INTRODUCTION VIDEO
A-BEAM® and Anstar’s connection technology form part of the frame system, offering cost-efficiency and flexibility for construction.
Diagonal ties are used in concrete sandwich panels to connect the outer skin with the inner skin through the insulation layer. The ties transfer the self-weight and wind loads of the outer skin to the inner skin.
Fastening plates are used on cast-in-place and prefabricated structures to provide a mounting surface for welding.
Anstar has developed bracket and support systems for efficient and affordable construction. The connection pieces are easy to install both at the prefabrication factory and on site.
Balcony hinges are used to transfer horizontal forces from the balcony to the building frame. The hinged connection enables vertical movement.
Anchor bolts and column shoes can be used in concrete element frame connections to foundations and column extensions.
Rebar couplers are used for joining rebars with full tension capacity. The ends of bars to be joined are provided with threads, and the bars are joined using a coupler sleeve that transfers the force on the rebar across the connection.
ADE® and ADK bracing connections are designed for stabilising the concrete element frame. These connections
are used in the joints between concrete columns and stabilising steel bracings.