Because the DYNA Bond® anchorage can be filled either with cement or epoxy grout, it has excellent fatigue resistance and is protected against exterior impact loads.
The Principle:The DYNA Bond® Anchorage consists of a conical steel pipe (bond socket) supporting a wedge plate in which the strands are anchored with 3-part-wedges. A ring nut is fitted on a threaded end of the bond socket and distributes the cable forces through a bearing plate into the structure.
During the construction phase, all the applied loads are supported directly by the wedges. After filling the bond socket with cement or epoxy grout, the loads are partly resisted by the wedges and partly transmitted by the bond between the strands and the grout directly to the bearing plate.
- Fatigue tests with 2 million cycles have proven a stress range of up to 240 N/mm² for the DYNA Bond® Anchorage
- Reliable corrosion protection by filling what might otherwise be a vulnerable part of the anchor
- Additional protection from exterior influences such as fire, vandalism or blast effects
- Fast and reliable supply according to our principle
"Local Presence-Global Competence"
- Competent staff can be made available on site at any time
- Our systems comply with international specifications and recommendations (Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI), fédération internationale du béton (fib), etc.)
- Permanent quality inspections – external as well as internal – insure the safety and reliability of our systems
Sevilla, Sevilla, Andalusia, Spain (1992)
Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (2002)
Alton, Madison County, Illinois, USA (1994)
Dubrovnik, Croatia (2002)
Zagreb, Croatia (2006)
Lantau Island, Islands, Hong Kong, China, Asia - Ma Wan, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China (1997)
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