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SR 100

These head restraints play a critical role in stabilizing internal or cavity wall assemblies by securely clamping two angles around the blockwork at their tops. Once affixed, they are bolted to the underside of the supporting structure, offering robust lateral support that enhances the overall structural integrity. Specifically tailored for 100mm blocks, these restraints boast a remarkable capacity to withstand horizontal loads of up to 1.0kN, ensuring the walls remain steadfast and resilient against external pressures, while allowing for natural movement at the junction between the wall and the supporting structure.

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KEY FEATURES

  • Enhanced Structural Stability: The SR 100 Head Restraints play a crucial role in enhancing the structural stability of internal walls or cavity wall leaves. By restraining the head of these walls, they prevent lateral movement and ensure that the structure remains sturdy and secure, even under varying loads or external forces.
  • Ease of Installation: One of the key advantages of the SR 100 is its straightforward installation process. The restraints consist of two angles that clamp together over the top of the wall’s block. Once positioned, they are securely bolted to the underside of the structure. This simplicity in installation not only saves time but also reduces the complexity of the construction process.
  • Versatility in Application: Designed to clamp around a 100mm block, the SR 100 Head Restraints offer versatility in application. Whether used in the construction of internal walls or cavity walls, they provide a reliable solution for restraining the upper portion of the wall, ensuring uniform support across various wall configurations.
  • Customized Support: The SR 100 is engineered to accommodate a maximum horizontal line load of 1.0kN. This robust load-bearing capacity allows the restraints to effectively withstand horizontal forces, such as wind pressure or seismic activity, thereby safeguarding the structural integrity of the entire building.
  • Long-term Reliability: Built to withstand the rigors of construction and the demands of ongoing use, the SR 100 Head Restraints offer long-term reliability. Their durable construction and high-quality materials ensure that they provide consistent support and restraint over the lifespan of the structure, contributing to its overall safety and longevity.

 

In summary, the SR 100 Head Restraints offer a comprehensive range of benefits, including enhanced structural stability, ease of installation, versatility in application, customized support for varying loads, and long-term reliability. As an integral component in the construction of internal walls or cavity walls, they play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and integrity of the built environment.

SizePart NumbersDescriptionQuantity
To Suit 100-140mmSR100/140SR100/140 Soffit Restraint To Suit 100-140mm. Stainless Steel Grade 30450
Size To Suit 100-140mm
Part Numbers SR100/140
Description SR100/140 Soffit Restraint To Suit 100-140mm. Stainless Steel Grade 304
Quantity 50
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