The brackets used in the construction of the suspended facade system are prefabricated and assembled using bolted connections M8 and M10, consisting of a bolt, 2 washers, a spring washer and a screw-nut, and pop-rivets. The elements also included are:
All the elements are made of corrosion-resistant steel.
A plate with an inclined groove is installed on the bearing structure to adjust the clamp RH in case of impossibility to install the anchor in the design position (hitting the armature, uneven base, installation error, etc.) in the range of 100 mm horizontally and up to 80 mm vertically. The clamp RH serves as a transition and support element for the plate RH. The clamp design in conjunction with the support RH allows to adjust the inclination angle of the suspension plate relative to the bearing structure.
The possibility of manufacturing suspension plates with an overhang of up to 500 mm from the bearing structure and the above-mentioned adjustment possibilities allow realizing complex architectural solutions, thus bringing great image to the facade.
The next element of the system is a horizontal bearing rail. Bricks with mortar are installed above it. The perforations location and configuration ensure the necessary adhesion and prevents the masonry from shifting along the horizontal joints.
Another element of the system is flexible connection units. They resist wind loads, compensate for temperature and other deformations. This element is used for fastening thermal insulation, retaining thermal characteristics and blocking cold.
When choosing a system, it is important to consider its possibility to use it as a frame for window and door slopes, openings. These design features allow the use of brickwork or architectural elements made of glass fiber reinforced concrete, including those with integrated bricks, embodying the most daring ideas of architects in compliance with all requirements for fire safety, bearing capacity and durability.