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Suppliers of: thermal breaks thermal bridging balcony rebars reinforcement, connectors load bearing connectors structural reinforcement balcony connectors thermal breaks
Schöck are specialists in the supply of innovative and effective solutions for applications such as structural thermal insulation, thermal bridging breaks and noise suppression in new buildings.
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Schöck Isokorb® is the heat-insulating load-bearing thermal break for cantilever balconies. Isokorb® prevents thermal bridging and is used for connecting reinforced concrete to reinforced concrete, reinforced concrete to steel and steel to steel balcony decks. Isokerb can be used on both new build and for upgrading of existing balconies.
The Schöck Thermoanker is the energy-efficient alternative to conventional stainless steel lattice girders when connecting the concrete skins of core-insulated sandwich and element walls. Compact and easy to install, it also improves cost efficiency when prefabricating concrete parts. The Schöck Thermoanker can be used in conjunction with any type of insulating material, thus offering prefabricating plants and architects a construction material for thermal breaks in façades that is fit for the future.
The point between the basement slab and outer walls is a danger area where thermal bridges and damp can easily form. Novomur is a insulated block that prevents thermal bridging and damp penetrating buildings at ground level, it serves as the first course at the point where the basement ceiling forms the ground floor outer and inner walls. Novomur® thermal block is built into the first course of brick or blockwork and is available in all regular wall thickness’s: 100 mm, 115 mm, 150 mm, 175 mm, 200 mm and 240 mm and comes in 750 mm standard lengths.
Whether you are installing concrete slabs in high-rise buildings or supporting walls in underground garages: Distributing the shear forces in dilation joints usually requires additional time and effort. Schöck Dorn are quite the opposite. The shear reinforcement and heavy-duty dowels for transferring shear forces in expansion joints are ready for installation and dispense with the need for complex detailed solutions. This shear reinforcement is affordable, reliable and intelligent.
The Schöck Bole® is a anti-punching shear system that offers specifiers the advantages of a free floor area. Non-load bearing partition walls are possible, lower noise and reinforcement expenditure, Bole allows room to work freely right up to the ceiling and full use of storey height.
For decades, steel has been the material of choice for reinforcement in concrete construction. But in particularly corrosive surroundings or construction that must be executed without steel, conventional steel rebar does not satisfy the relevant requirements. This is where Schöck Combar® glass fibre reinforcement offers all sorts of options.
Schöck customer support offer a totally comprehensive information service which includes: software, planning, in-house training, seminars and comprehensive technical specification details.
Further technical information is available to download from the BPi download Libraries or from the manufaccturer’s own website.
These files are provided by the manufacturer. While Building Products Index takes every care to ensure the information is correct and up to date, we cannot be held liable for any out of date or incorrect information in them. Please check with the supplier before specifying or purchasing products.
1 - Schöck Product Catalogue
Published [20/11/17]File size [4358 KB]
2. Schöck Thermal Bridging Specifiers Handbook
Thermal Bridging Connectors, Thermal Breaks, Balcony Connectors
Published [20/11/17]File size [1567 KB]
3. Schöck Isokorb Type AXT for Parapets Brochure
Thermal Insulation for concrete parapets
Published [20/11/17]File size [304 KB]
4. Schöck Dorn Brochure
Published [20/11/17]File size [732 KB]
5. Schöck Bole Brochure
punching shear reinforcement
Published [20/11/17]File size [312 KB]
6 - OISD Type KS Connectors
Thermal Bridging Connectors, Thermal Breaks
Published [02/11/15]File size [955 KB]
7 - OISD Type K Connectors
Thermal Bridging Connectors, Thermal Breaks
Published [02/11/15]File size [1465 KB]
8 - OISD Type KST Connectors
Thermal Bridging Connectors, Thermal Breaks
Published [02/11/15]File size [1432 KB]
Schöck ComBAR Ribbed Reinforcing Bar
Reinforce safely without steel. Reinforcement bars in projects where the use of a TBM Tunnel Boring Machine is planned.
Published [20/11/17]File size [1235 KB]
Schöck Dowel Type SLD Brochure
Shear load connectors Schöck Dowel Type SLD
Published [01/09/15]File size [853 KB]
Schöck Image Brochure
thermal and sound-insulation solutions
Published [20/11/17]File size [3634 KB]
Schöck Isokorb New Generation
isokorb thermal bridging
Published [20/11/17]File size [463 KB]
Schöck New Generation Isokorb XT
Insulating to highest standard.
Published [06/01/17]File size [467 KB]
Schöck Novomur Technical Information
Published [20/11/17]File size [1917 KB]
Schöck Thermoanker Brochure
Published [20/11/17]File size [371 KB]
Schöck appoints Robert Oakes as Technical Manager
Robert Oakes is the new Technical Manager at the Schöck UK Head Office in Bicester, where he has overall responsibility for the specification engineering services department. Robert comments: “Our focus is always on providing architects and engineers with the optimum solution for any project, combined with the best possible technical support“. Robert, a Civil Engineer, has been with the company since 2014, most recently as a project engineer. He hands over this former role to Diana Vega, a newcomer to the company. Diana, also a Civil Engineer, has a great deal of experience in the construction industry having worked previously for Sika and Hilti.
Schöck software support more extensive than ever
The extensive range of free online and downloadable software available from Schöck is now one of the most comprehensive in this market sector. It offers wide-ranging support to the design process in areas such as product selection; thermal analysis; structural analysis; and BIM services. The full digital services on offer will feature at Ecobuild in March, on Schöck Stand C41. Where visitors will be able to explore the range at first hand, and receive personalised training from Schöck engineers.
One of the most recent developments is the extension of the calculation software to include a design program for the Isokorb types KS and QS in steel-to-concrete connectivity situations. This latest program complements the company’s existing calculation software for designing concrete-to-concrete and steel-to-steel connections; offering a quick and easy method of identifying the optimum product solution for any given situation.
A notable benefit of the program is the ability to calculate natural frequency. This allows a check on the serviceability of the whole balcony system with regard to vibration. It calculates the natural frequency of thermally broken steel balconies using numerous geometric and material variables – and even proposes options for steel side and end plates; and on-site stub brackets for bridging façade thicknesses.
There is an online thermal bridging calculator too, which enables planners to produce substantiated thermal bridge analysis in just a few simple steps. The thermal bridging calculator computes two-dimensional heat flows, isothermals, temperature factors, surface temperatures and psi values (ψ values). The calculation results provide architects, structural engineers and building physicists with all the information needed to produce a detailed thermal bridge analysis to identify compliance with part L regulations. Psi-values can then be used for detailed SAP analyses to provide further benefits in energy assessments. The results log contains all relevant properties relating to the building structure.
Special object libraries and plug-ins have been developed for users of the leading BIM systems. At present, these libraries are available for the standard Schöck Isokorb product portfolio (concrete-to-concrete, steel-to-concrete and steel-to-steel) for Allplan and ArchiCAD CAD systems, with Revit and Tekla to follow. Two levels of detail are available in the plug-in: one for preliminary planning and one for execution planning. The preliminary planning objects can subsequently be converted into more detailed objects, without having to manually recreate them.