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Spiral anchor – optimal solution for crack repair and anchoring of masonry elements.
The spiral anchor is an innovative system that is suitable for almost all types of masonry and offers numerous advantages and benefits.
Main applications of the spiral anchor
The spiral anchor is suitable for various fields of application, including crack repair and subsequent masonry reinforcement (horizontal installation), stabilization and needling, anchoring of multi-shell wall constructions, and restoration of natural stone and decorative elements.
Minimal intervention in the masonry and maximum stability
One of the advantages of the spiral anchor is the minimal intervention in the masonry with maximum stability. The system acts like a subsequently inserted spring and permanently bridges existing cracks. There is no risk of corrosion, and the system can even be used with matt damp crack flanks. The spiral anchor is a tested system and is suitable for numerous areas of application and examples of use.
Application areas of the spiral anchor
The spiral anchor is ideal for crack repair in masonry and plastered facades. It is also suitable for anchoring and needling masonry sections and as a flanking measure in crack repair. It impedes the movement of existing cracks and prevents new crack formation elsewhere.
Further advantages of the spiral anchor
Due to its spiral surface, the spiral anchor has the best bonding properties and can transmit forces evenly in the masonry. It has a very high tensile strength with relatively high elasticity. You get a safe and effective solution, even for objects in the field of monument preservation.
It is an innovative and proven solution for crack repair and anchoring of masonry elements. Thanks to minimal intervention in the masonry and maximum stability, this system is the ideal choice for numerous applications. Thanks to its high load-bearing capacity and durability, the spiral anchor is a reliable solution for the subsequent reinforcement and stabilization of masonry.