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DYNA Grip ® Anchorages

Because the DYNA Grip ® Anchorage is without bond, load monitoring at any time is easy and individual strands in any cable can be replaced when and if necessary.

The Principle:

The DYNA Grip® Anchorage without bond consists of an anchor block in which the strands are individually anchored by 3 part-wedges that are designed to provide high dynamic performance. A ring nut is threaded on the anchor block to transmit the cable force via the bearing plate into the structure.

A steel pipe which incorporates centering and sealing provisions for the strands is welded to the anchor block. An elastomeric bearing is installed at a certain distance away from the anchor block to reduce the bending stresses in the strands caused by cable rotation.

Characteristics:

  • Fatigue tests with 2 million cycles have proven a stress range of up to 200 N/mm² for the DYNA Grip® Anchorage
  • Reliable corrosion protection by maintaining the PE sheathing on the strands all the way up to the wedges
  • Thanks to a patented procedure, the PE-sheathing does not have to be pre cut exactly to the length of the strands
  • 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

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References

Bratislava, Bratislava Region, Slovakia (2005)

Kampen, Overijssel, Netherlands (2003)

Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands (2001)

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (2003)

Zevenaar, Gelderland, Netherlands (2001)

Machico, Madeira, Portugal

  • About this
    data sheet
  • Product-ID
    28
  • Date created
    19/02/2008
  • Last Update
    16/02/2017