Composite wall ties

Wall ties are made of stainless and lightweight, but at the same time durable material.

Wall ties are used for brickwork, gas concrete, foam concrete, LECA block, cement wood.

We have a wide range of composite wall ties – with sand coating, one and two anchor expansion.

Glassfiber wall ties with sand coating

Glassfiber wall ties are made of fiberglass roving with the addition of a binder based on epoxy resin. Wall ties have a sandy finish all over the area. Standard dimensions – diameter 5 and 6 mm, length from 250 to 550 mm.

 

Glassfiber wall ties without sand coating

Glassfiber wall ties are made of fiberglass roving with the addition of a binder based on epoxy resin. wall ties don’t have a sandy finish in all areas. Wall ties have periodic winding to all length. Standard dimensions – diameter 4, 5 and 6 mm, length from 250 to 550 mm.

 

Glassfiber wall ties with one anchor expansion without sand coating

Glassfiber wall ties are made of fiberglass roving with the addition of a binder based on epoxy resin. wall ties don’t have a sandy finish in all areas. Wall ties have one anchor expansion on one side and cutter grinding on the other side. Standard dimensions – diameter 5.5 mm, length from 100 to 550 mm.

 

Glassfiber wall ties with two anchor expansion with sand coating

Glassfiber wall ties are made of fiberglass roving with the addition of a binder based on epoxy resin. Wall ties have a sandy finish all over the area. Wall ties have two anchor expansion at the ends. Standard dimensions – diameter 5.5 mm, length from 100 to 550 mm.

Advantages: light weight (less load on the foundation), low thermal conductivity (prevents cold bridges), alkali and corrosion resistance, good adhesion to concrete.

Intended use: connection of internal and external walls in private and high-rise construction, production of three-layer blocks.

Recommendations on the choice wall ties length

  1. Wall ties length for brickwork, mm:
    L = 100 + T + D + 100, where:
    100 – minimal wall tie anchorage depth in an internal wall mm,
    T – insulation thickness, mm,
    D – width of ventilated gap (if any), mm,
    100 – minimal wall tie anchorage depth in facing layer, mm.
  2. Wall ties length for in-situ wall, mm:
    L = 60 + T + D + 100, where:
    60 – minimal wall tie anchorage depth in an internal wall mm,
    T – insulation thickness, mm,
    D – width of ventilated gap (if any), mm,
    100 – minimal wall tie anchorage depth in facing layer, mm.
  3. Wall ties length for gas concrete, foam concrete, LECA block, cement wood, mm:
    L = 100 + T + D + 100, where:
    100 – minimal wall tie anchorage depth in an internal wall mm,
    T – insulation thickness, mm,
    D – width of ventilated gap (if any), mm,
    100 – minimal wall tie anchorage depth in facing layer, mm.
  4. Wall ties length for situ wall, mm:
    L = 100 + T + D + 40, where:
    100 – minimal wall tie anchorage depth in an internal wall mm,
    T – insulation thickness, mm,
    D – width of ventilated gap (if any), mm,
    40 – minimal wall tie anchorage depth in facing layer, mm.
  5. The size of consumption of wall ties is calculated using the following formula (in pcs):
    N = S * 5.5, where:
    S – total area of ​​all walls (excluding window and door openings).

Application glassfiber wall ties:

Glassfiber wall ties are used to securely fasten the load-bearing wall, insulation and cladding layer.

Internal and external walls have different reactions to temperature and humidity fluctuations in the environment. External wall can change it dimensions, unlike internal walls. Wall ties save the integrity of the wall construction.

With the assistance of wall ties the integrity of the wall construction is preserved.

Fiberglass ties are most popular in Russia due to their advantages. Unlike metal, they do not create cold bridges in the wall and are much lighter, and also do not interfere with radio signals. In comparison with basalt-plastic flexible ties, they are cheaper with the same technical characteristics.