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Bracing System

Light-Duty Bracing System

Deformable Brackets

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Index
3

Product range

4-7

BraceLok Bracing System

8-11

D Bracket BraceLok Bracing System

12-13

SpeediBrace Bracing System

14-17

FootiPak standardised Foundation Kits

18-19

20-21

FootiPak Foundation Anchoring Bolt Kit & Base Plate selector charts

22

Couplers

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Engineering notes

23-24

Danley Slab Tech System Summary

TiltLok Deformable Brackets (Fire Ties)

General Notes
1. SpeediBolt, BraceLok, FootiPak, WebLok and TiltLok are registered Trade Marks.
2. REIDBAR and 500 PLUS REIDBAR are registered Trade Marks.
3. Various products or systems shown in this brochure are covered by Australian and /or international
patents, or have patents pending, or are registered designs.
4. The information in this brochure is copyright.
5. Dimensions and specifications are subject to change without prior notification by the manufacturer.
6. All dimensions are nominal.

Danleys continually improving solutions are designed, tested and engineered for
performance to ensure that construction is easier, quicker and less labour-intensive
on site. To view the full range of Danley Systems go to www.danley.com.au or call
one of our Area Sales Managers Australia Wide on 1800 280 573.

Slab Tech

The Danley Slab Tech System features


innovative products that ensure longevity
of slabs and reduce construction time and costs.

Civil Tech

The Danley Civil Tech System offers a range of


products for applications in civil infrastructure
projects including rail, bridge, road, mining and
dams.

Multi Level

The Danley Multi Level System offers the


Engineer, Contractor or Builder peace of mind
that the building will have structural integrity,
reduced construction time and lower
environmental impact.

Safe Guard

The Danley Safe Guard System offers


protection to both workers and the general
public on or adjacent to construction sites
and at high-profile public events.

Head Office - Brisbane


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Bracing System
BraceLok Kits available for use with
RB12, RBA16, RBA20 and RB25 REIDBAR.

Bracing System
DBracket BraceLok Kits available for use with
RB12, RBA16, RBA20, and RB25 REIDBAR.

Light-Duty Bracing System


SpeediBrace Kits available for use with RB12
REIDBAR, for bracing residential, rural and light
commercial structures.

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Standardised Foundation Kits


FootiPak Kits are available for standard
configurations of either 2 or 4 foundation bolts
in M16, M20, M24, or M30 sizes with template
and WebLok caging.
FootiPaks can also be supplied with custom
foundation bolts, custom templates and
custom WebLok cages.

Deformable Brackets
For the restraint of tilt-up and precast concrete
panels (Fire Ties).

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Bracing System
The SpeediBolt BraceLok Bracing System provides
a cost effective method of threaded rod bracing for
commercial and industrial buildings.

The system provides a high degree of technical


credibility for specifiers, and is cost-effective in terms
of both materials and erection on site.

BraceLok Bracing System


The complete bracing system for steel-framed
buildings.
Use with 500 PLUS REIDBAR high-strength
threaded bar. Use with single 8.8 S Structual Bolt,
Nut and Washer each end.

BraceLokHolding Collar
BraceLokLocking Nut
BraceLok Plain End

BraceLok Threaded End

Components of Kit

Advantages
Prefabricated standard components
Available off-the-shelf
Convenient kit packaging
Minimal fabrication
No threading
No turn buckles
Technically credible
Variety of sizes and capacities
Adjustable on site
Simple to extend or shorten
Lighter and stronger
Fast installation
Fully galvanised
Available assembled on REIDBAR
to your measurements subject to quotation
Cost saving in both labour and material

Assembly

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Technical Details
BraceLok end connections are designed to exceed
the tensile yield capacity and ultimate capacity of the
500PLUS REIDBAR. Manufactured to ISO 9002.

The BraceLok Bracing System has been designed,


tested and certified to provide reliable and costeffective bracing for steel framed buildings.

Technical Details
Nominal
Sectional
Area
As
mm2

Size

RB12
RBA16
RBA20
RB25
Note.

113
201
314
491

Cleat Plate Bolt


Details

1-M20 8.8/S
1-M20 8.8/S
1-M24 8.8/S
1-M30 8.8/S

Axial Design Capacity1


N
kN
Cleat Plate Bolt Shear
Single
Double
50.5
88.7
133
214

50.5
88.7
147
228

130
142.5
175
200

1. Axial Design Capacity was determined by prototype testing in accordance with AS 1170.0:2002 and AS/NZS 4600:1996. The values have a capacity
factor of typical 0.9 and as such, are suitable for sizing the BraceLok system in seismic and non-seismic regions of Australia and New Zealand.
2. Connecting plates must be at least 10mm thick. Bolts can be fitted with threads in the shear planes.
3. 500PLUS REIDBAR is manufactured to AS/NZS 4671:2001 and has a yield stress (fy) of 500MPa and a tensile strength (fu) of 540MPa.

BraceLok Fittings
Size
A
B
C
D
E
F
RB12
20
130
50
60
36
16
RBA16
22.5 142.5 50
68
36
20
RBA20
30
180
65
82
42
24
RB25
45
180
70 113 65
30
Note: Internal threads cut after galvanising
Locking Nut
Holding Collar
Size
J
K
L
M
N
RB12
28.9
40
25
30
17
RBA16
34.6
50
30
30
17
RBA20
41.6
55
36
35
20
RB25
52
70
45
43
25

D E

F
J
M
K

Part Number
Kit Part N
RB12KIT
RBA16KIT
RBA20KIT
RB25KIT

Substitution Tables
BraceLok
Equivalent Bracing Rods
with cut threads
Grade
4.6S
300
RB12
M16
M12
RBA16
M20
M20
RBA20
M25
M25
RB25
M30
M30
Note.

Cut Length Calculations L = A - B


eg: L = 8105 - 130 = 7975

Bar Size
RB12
RBA16
RBA20
RB25

1. The above substitution table has been prepared by ensuring that the Design capacity of the BraceLok system is greater than or equal to, the
Design Capacity of the Bracing Rods with cut threads.The Design Capacity of Bracing Rods with cut threads has been determined in accordance with
AS 4100:1998 as follows: NT = min(0.9Agfy, 0.9x0.85Anfu, 0.8Asfu)
Where
Ag = An = nominal sectional area of unthreaded bracing rod

As = tensile stress area of a bolt as defined in AS 1275

fy = yield stress being 240 MPa for grade 4.6S and 300 MPa for grade 300

fu = tensile strength being 400 MPa for grade 4.6S and 440 MPa for grade 300
2. The above substitution table applies to application where the strength limit state governs. The advice of a structural engineer should be sort on the
use of this table.
3. All dimensions are nominal & subject to change without prior notice by the manufacturer.

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Application Details
With BraceLok Bracing Rods the only fabrication
required to produce a completed bracing
member is to cut the bar to length. The product
is then simply assembled on site, using the
BraceLok end components, as part of the normal
steel erection process.

Versatile and easy to use, BraceLok Bracing Rods


offer a range of standard end connection details
to suit most applications. The patented BraceLok
system, developed by SpeediBolt, is a practical and
cost-effective alternative to fabricated bracing rods
and angles.

Available assembled on REIDBAR to your measurements subject to quotation


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Installation Details

Site assembly procedures

Step 1 Select a clear area to suit the full length of the bracing being
assembled. Screw on the BracekLok Fitting (with thread) at one end
of the bar.

Step 1

Position the end of the bar in the middle of the fittings adjustment
window to allow adjustment of overall bracing length in both
directions.
Threaded End BraceLok Fitting (with thread)

Step 2 Slide the BraceLok Fitting without thread onto the other end
of the bar. Position the end of the bar in the middle of the window of
the fitting.

Step 2

Step 3 Place the BraceLok Holding Collar inside the window of the
BraceLok Fitting, align the two flat surfaces inside the collar with the
flat sides on the bar, and slide the collar onto the bar.
Step 4 Place the BraceLok Locking Nut inside the window of the
BraceLok Fitting without thread and screw it onto the bar.

Plain End BraceLok Fitting (with out thread)

Step 3

Step 5 Align the tabs on the BraceLok Holding Collar with the slots
in the BraceLok Locking Nut and engage the two components.
Step 6 Lift the assembled bracing unit, and bolt into place.

Step 1

Step 7 Adjust the assembly by turning the bar with a shifting


spanner gripping the flat surfaces of the bar to reduce the sag in the
overall bracing to less than A/100 as shown below.

BraceLok Holding Collar

Step 4

A
A/100

Notes
1. Ensure any burrs are removed when the bar is cut to allow the bar
to run freely through the threaded components.

BraceLok Locking Nut

Step 5

2. If a coupler is used to join the bar, ensure the bar is always turned
clockwise into the coupler during both assembly and adjustment of
the bracing unit to length.
3. The overall length of the bracing unit can be adjusted by altering
the position of the holding collar and locking nut on the bar. Always
ensure however that the bar protrudes beyond the locking nut and
threaded end of the BraceLok Fitting.

Assembled bracing unit

4. BraceLok should not be over tensioned. One person with a 200mm


to 300mm shifting spanner (depending on the size of 500PLUS
REIDBAR used) should achieve tensioning to the correct amount
of sag.

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The DBracket BraceLok Bracing System provides a cost-effective method of threaded rod bracing for
commercial and industrial buildings.

Advantages

Standard components available off the shelf


Convenient kit packaging
Minimal fabrication
No threading
No turnbuckles
Technically credible
Variety of sizes and capacities
Adjustable on site
Fast installation
Galvanised components
Cost savings in both labour and materials
Available assembled on REIDBAR to your
measurements

Use with 500PLUS REIDBAR high-strength


threaded bar (Bar to be supplied by others).

Note:
Web stiffening may be necessary
adjacent to connection point.
Consult a Structual Engineer.

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D-Bracket
Flat washer

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DBracket

Tension nut

Column centres
Patented anti-vibration sleeve

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DBracket BraceLok has been designed and tested to provide reliable and cost-effective bracing for steel
framed buildings.

System Dimensions
System
Dimensions

Size

Nominal
Sectional
Area
As
mm

RB12
RBA16
RBA20
RB25

113
201
314
491

Diagonal length, Y
Z
mm
Bar length X=Y+Z

240
280
320
360

(e.g. X=(Y=8105) + (Z=240) = 8345mm)

D BracketBraceLok
BraceLok Fittings
DBracket
Fittings
Size
Size A A B B CC DD E E F
RB12
RB12 57 57 3737 2929 66 17
17
RBA16
RBA1660 60 4141 2828 66 21
21
RBA20
RBA2085 85 5050 4545 77 26
26
RB25
105 60 53 7 32
RB25
105 60 53 7 32

FG
27
27
34
34
48
48
66
66

G
16
16
15
15
15
15
20
20

HH
40
40
60
60
45
45
45
45

D BracketBraceLok
BraceLok Fittings
DBracket
Fittings

B
E
C

E
A

D
F
J

Size
J J
L
Size
KK
L
40
25
RB12
28.9
RB12
28.9
40
25
50
RBA16
34.634.6
RBA16
50
30 30
RBA20
55
36 36
55
RBA20
41.641.6
RB25
70
45 45
52 52
70
RB25
Note.
reamedaf after
galvanising
Note.Internal
Internal threads
threads reamed
ter galvanising

G
K

Technical
Technical Details
Details
Kit
Part No.

Bar
Size

RB12 DDD
RBA16 DDD
RBA20 DDD
RB25 DDD

RB12
RBA16
RBA20
RB25

Axial Design
Capacity (ON)
50.5
88.7
147
228

Equivalent Bracing Rods with cut threads


Grade
4.6S
300
M16
M20
M25
M30

M12
M20
M25
M30

Note: 1. Axial Design Capacity was determined by prototype testing in accordance with AS 1170.0:2002 and AS/NZS

4600:1996. The values have a capacity factor of typical 0.9 and as such, are suitable for sizing for the

DBracket BraceLok Bracing System in seismic and non-seismic regions of Australia and New Zealand.

2. The above substitution table has been prepared by ensuring that the Design capacity of DBracket BraceLok

bracing is equal to, or greater than, the design capacity of equivalent rods with cut threads.

3. The Design Capacity of the Bracing Rods with cut threads has been determined in accordance with

AS 4100:1998 as follows: Nt = min(0.9Agfy 0.9x0.85Anfu 0.8Asfu)


Where Ag = An = nominal sectional area of unthreaded bracing rod

As = tensile stress area of a bolt as defined in AS 1275

fy = yield stress being 240 MPa for grade 4.6S and 300 MPa for grade 300

fu = tensile strenth of 400 MPa for grade 4.65 and 440 MPa for grade 300

4. The above substitution table applies to applications where the strength limit state governs. The advice of a

structural engineer should be sought on the use of this table.

5. All dimensions are nominal & subject to change without prior notice by the manufacturer.

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Application Details
Versatile and easy to use, DBracket BraceLok
offers a range of capacities to suit most
applications. The patented DBracket BraceLok
bracing system, developed by SpeediBolt,
is a practical and cost-effective alternative to
fabricated bracing rods and angles.

With DBracket BraceLok the only fabrication required


to produce a completed bracing member is to cut the
bar to length, and provide slotted holes in the webs
of the structural members. The bracing system is then
simply assembled on site.

Application Details
Diagonal length, Y

Vertical slot
in web
(see note
below)

Detail A

Exploded Assembly
Bracing Assembly

Notes 1. Vertical slot width should be based on a


standard punch size just greater than dimension
E in the table on page 9.
2. Slot length should equal the sum of
dimensions F & G in the table on page 9.
3. Web stiffening (gussets or plates) may be
required adjacent to the slots. Size and position
to be determined by engineer.

Kit Components Kit


Components
for each kit



2 DBrackets
2 Tension Nuts
2 Flat Washers
2 Anti-Vibration
Sleeves
Installation guide
Each kit requires a
REIDBAR, supplied by
others.
Two kits are required
to make the Bracing
Assembly shown above.

Available assembled on REIDBAR to your


measurements subject to quotation

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Site Assembly Procedure

Installation Details
Step 1 Cut 500PLUS REIDBAR to length allowing
extra length at each end for the BraceLok components
and adjustment as per the following:

Figure 1

For RB12, add 240mm to diagonal length between


column centres.
For RBA16, add 280mm
For RBA20, add 320mm
For RB25, add 360mm

Patented
Anti vibration
washer
Tension nut
Flat washer

Step 2 Start assembly at the highest point of the


bracing and fit the components as shown in Figure 1,
ending with securing the nut to the 500Plus REIDBAR
with the SpeediBolt patented anti vibration washer
ensuring the flats on the bracing washer are aligned
with the flats on the 500Plus REIDBAR as shown in
Figure 2.
Step 3 Move to other end of bracing and repeat the
assembly as carried out in step 2, EXCEPT for the
patented anti vibration washer as shown in Figure 3.
Step 4 Tighten the nut by using an opposing spanner
held across the flats of the 500Plus REIDBAR to
the desired tension of the bracing and now fit the
patented anti vibration washer as shown in Figure 4.

DBracket
D-Bracket
500Plus REIDBAR
500PLUS
REIDBAR
Slotted hole

Figure 2

flats Anti vibration


washer

flats

500PlusREIDBAR
REIDBAR
500PLUS

Sag recommendation: Sag in bar should be reduced


to less then A/100, as shown.

Figure 3

A
A/100

Notes 1. Ensure any burrs are removed when the bar is cut
to allow the nuts to run on freely.
2. If a coupler is used to join the bar, ensure the bar
is always turned clockwise into the coupler during
both assembly and adjustment of the bracing unit
to length.
3. BraceLok should not be over tensioned. One
person with a 200mm to 300mm shifting spanner
(depending on the size of 500PLUS REIDBAR
used) should achieve tensioning to the required
amount of sag.

Figure 4

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Light-Duty Bracing System

Advantages

The SpeediBrace Light-Duty Bracing System is ideal


for bracing residential, rural and light commercial
structures.

Prefabricated standard components


Off-the-shelf kit
Easily adjusted
Accomodate posts from 40 to 110mm thick
No cleats, so no welding
Minimal fabrication
Fast installation
Technically credible
Available assembled on REIDBAR to your
measurements

System Components
SpeediBrace
saddle
SpeediBrace saddle

Use with RB12 500PLUS REIDBAR high-strength


threaded bar (bar to be supplied by others).

Locking nut
Holding Collar
Plate with hole

Plate with nut


Saddle

Kit Components

Kit Components for each kit









2 SpeediBrace Saddles
1 Plate with hole
1 Locking Nut
1 Holding Collar
1 Plate with nut
12 Hex hd screws for steel posts
12 Flat hd screws for wood posts
Installation guide

Each kit requires an RB12 REIDBAR, supplied by


others. Two kits are required to make a full crossbraced configuration.

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Light-Duty Bracing System

Technical Details
Kit Part
Number

Bar
Size

RB12SBK
RB12SBK

RB12
RB12

Axial Design
Capacity N
Steel Post Wood Post
14.7 kn
11.3 kn
23.4 kn
-

Bar length, X = Y - 130 mm

Diagonal length, Y

Note: 1. Axial Design Capacities were determined in accordance with AS/NZS 4600. Fastener capacity controls, so the values

have a capacity factor of 0.5.

2. RB12SBK-HD is an increased saddle thickness.

Assembly Procedures

Figure A

Step 1 Ensure columns are vertical before installing


SpeediBrace Bracing System.

Centre hole
Diagonal length

Step 2 Select the appropriate fastener for fixing to


either timber or steel columns, (both supplied with
kit).
Step 3 Secure one SpeediBrace saddle near the
top of one column, and another saddle near the
base of the opposite column (See Figure A).

20 to 25o

Step 4 Before cutting the bracing to size measure


the diagonal length then deduct 130mm. This is the
bracing bar length. Cut the 500PLUS REIDBAR to
this length using a drop saw or angle grinder.

Figure B
Plate with nut

Step 5 Insert bar into saddles both ends, ensuring


that bar is screwed into plate with nut on lowest
end. Then place the plate, holding collar and locking
nut onto the 500PLUS REIDBAR (See Figure B).
Make sure the tabs on the holding collar engage in
the notches in the locking nut.

Locking Nut
Holding Collar
Plate

Step 6 Lightly tension up the bracing, using a


shifting spanner adjusted to fit across the flat
sections of the bracing rod. This will bring the
saddles and rod into a straight line.

Figure C

Step 7 Repeat the entire process step 1 through to


6 so that the bracing is installed in all four corners
(See Figure C).
Step 8 Fix the remaining fasteners, a further two
each side of the column on each saddle.
Step 9 Tension up the bracing with a shifting
spanner, ensuring both columns are vertical or in the
desired position to complete the installation.
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Standardised Foundation Bolt Kits


Over the last few years, SpeediBolt and the Australian Institute of
Steel Construction, now the Australian Steel Institute [ASI], in a joint
initiative, have worked to establish the standardisation of building
column base plates and holding-down bolt configurations for the
Australian market.
In the past, structural designers did not have the opportunity to select
base plates and holding-down bolt configurations conforming to
recognised standard patterns that suited a major proportion of the
range of the steel sections used for columns in Australia. Traditionally,
these items have been custom made to suit each project.
The SpeediBolt FootiPak range of products allows the designer to
select pre-engineered, off-the-shelf kits of foundation bolts, complete
with prefabricated cages and base plate templates to suit 150UB to
610UB, 700WB, 100UC to 310UC, 76CHS to 165CHS, 89x89 SHS to
150x150SHS, and 102x76RHS to 200x150RHS sections.
This rationalised range of FootiPak kits, available as stock items,
provides a practical and economical alternative to custom made
product for a majority of column base applications.

Features
Pre-engineered
Practical size configurations
Published design details and Load Tables
Available off-the-shelf
Compact packaging in knock-down form
Fully galvanised
Foundation anchoring bolts included
Hex nuts and flat washers included [2 per bolt]
Prefabricated WebLok ligature included
Timber template included
Simple to assemble
Centre lines marked on template
Bolts can be turned to allow insertion into rebar
cage, then returned to original location
WebLok ligature can be repositioned without
dis-assembling
No welding required
Non standard sizes available subject to quote

Kit Components
(typical 4 bolt FootiPak)

Kit Components for each kit






1 Steel template
4 foundation anchoring bolts (in 4 bolt kit)
2 nuts and 2 washers per bolt
1 Weblock ligature
Installation guide

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Advantages
Participant

Advantages

Structural
Engineer

Simple selection of suitable design details


Load tables give reliable, quick and easy answers

Engineering
Draftsperson

Simple reproduction of suitable design details


gives quick and easy solution

Workshop
Detailer

Practical standard design details


Easy to detail and use standard items

Fabricator

Readily available, economical stock items


Cost-effective and practical design details

Builder

Readily available on short lead times


Transport in knock-down form, assemble on site
Easily adjusted to avoid reinforcing and services

Step 1

Step 2

First Notch

Step 3

WebLokLigature

"U" Shaped Tabs


Assemble bolts
to template

Continue wrapping ligature around bolts.

Step 4

Step 5

Ligatures can be
adjusted up or
down as needed

"U" tabs aligned


and engaged

Bolts can be
rotated to assist
in installation

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Standardised Foundation Kits


for Open Sections [UBs and UCs]
FootiPak
Designation

Number
of Bolt s

FPK 2 16 100
FPK 2 20 100
FPK 4 16 1010
FPK 4 20 1010
FPK 4 20 1020
FPK 4 24 1212
FPK 4 24 1230
FPK 4 30 1430

2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4

Nom Bolt
Diameter
M16
M20
M16
M20
M20
M24
M24
M30

HD Bolt
Gauge
S g[mm]

HD Bolt
Pitch
S p[mm]

100
100
100
100
100
120
120
140

0
0
100
100
200
120
300
300

To suit
suit column
sections
To
column sec
tions
Preferred

Non - Preferred

100UC, 150UB, 180UB


150UC
200UB, 250UB
200UC
310UB, 360UB, 410UB
250UC, 310UC
460UB, 530UB
610UB, 700WB

200UB
200UB, 250UB
250UB, 310UB
460UB

530UB

Standardised Foundation Kits


for Hollow Sections [SHS, CHS and RHS]
FootiPak
Designation

Number
of Bolt s

Nom Bolt
Diameter

HD Bolt
Gauge
S g[mm]

HD Bolt
Pitch
S p[mm]

FPK 2 16 200
FPK 2 20 200
FPK 4 16 1818

2
2
4

M16
M20
M16

200
200
180

0
0
180

FPK 4 16 2222
FPK 4 20 1818

4
4

M16
M20

220
180

220
180

FPK 4 20 2222
FPK 4 24 1818

4
4

M20
M24

220
180

220
180

FPK 4 24 2222

M24

220

220

Note.


To suit
suit column sec
sections
To
tions

89CHS, 76CHS, 89SHS, 75SHS


10276RHS, 10050RHS
150150RHS, 12575RHS, 12751RHS, 10276RHS,
102CHS, 114CHS, 140CHS, 100SHS, 89SHS

165SH S
15050RHS, 12575RHS, 12751RHS, 10276RHS
102CHS, 114CHS, 140CHS, 100SHS, 89SHS
165SH S
200100RHS, 150100RHS, 15276RHS,
15050RHS, 100SHS
200150RHS, 150SHS, 125SHS

1. Four-bolt cages are preferred to provide support to columns during erection - refer to AS 3828 Guidelines for the Erection of
Building Steelwork.
2. Bolt configurations are based on practical considerations of typical installation and erection requirements.
3. The FootiPak range of products is supplied to change without notice.

Standardised Foundation Anchoring Bolts


Nom Bolt
Diameter

Bolt
Length
A [mm]

M16
M20
M24
M30

400
450
550
650

Note.






Bolt
Cog
B [mm]
100
150
200
200

Bolt
Thread
T [mm]

Bolt
Projection
P [mm]

125
150
150
170

100
125
125
140

Embedment
Depth
L d[mm]
300
325
425
510

Edge
Distance
A e [mm]
225
300
375
450

Design L oad Capacity

Tension
[kN]
50. 2
78. 4
113
180

Shear
[kN]
28. 6
44. 6
64. 3
103

1. Bolts have formed threads.


2. Bolt projections allow for nominal 50mm grouting or mortar bedding under base plate, or nominal 75mm concrete bedding
under base plate.
3. Edge distances are recommended to allow holding-down bolts to develop full capacity in 25 MPa normal-class concrete.
4. Design load capacities have been determined to AS 4100 Steel Structures.
5. The cog lengths have been confirmed by detailed testing. The anchorage capacity has been shown to exceed the ultimate design
capacities of Grade 4.6 holding-down bolts.
6. The FootiPak range of products is subject to change without notice.

Non standard sizes available subject to quote


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Foundation anchoring bolt configurations for open section bare plates


with 2 bolts
Sg

Foundation anchoring bolt configurations for open section base plates


with 4 bolts
Sg

Sp

Foundation anchoring bolts


Material
Finish
Grade 4.6 AS 1111 Galvanised AS/NZS 4680
Foundation anchoring bolt configurations for hollow section base plates with
2 bolts

Nuts and Washers


Material
Finish
Grade 4.6 AS 1237 Galvanised AS 1650

Sg

WebLok Ligatures
Material
Finish
AS 1397/G2 Z275 Galvanised
Foundation anchoring bolt configurations for hollow section base plates with
4 bolts
Sg

Concrete
Foundation anchoring bolt embedment lengths and
minimum edge distances have been determined
using the design model given for unreinforced
concrete so as to exceed the ultimate design
capacities of Grade 4.6 foundation anchoring bolts.
For embedment lengths or edge distances less than
these values, fully developed reinforcement must be
provided to intercept potential cracking planes.

Sp

Ae
P

Intersection of overlapping cracking zones has been


considered in determining unreinforced concrete
capacities for the actual bolt configurations used.

A
B

Ld

FootiPak

(Reinforcement where required)

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Standardised Foundation Kits for Open Sections

Foundation Anchoring Bolt and Base Plate Selector


Column Suggested Holding Down Bolts
Size

FootiPak
Designation No.

100UC
150UC
200UC
250UC
310UC
150UB
180UB
200UB
200UB
200UB
250UB
250UB
250UB
310UB
310UB
360UB
410UB
460UB
460UB
530UB
530UB
610UB
700WB

Note:

FPK216100
FPK220100
FPK4201010
FPK4241212
FPK4241212
FPK216100
FPK216100
FPK216100
FPK4161010
FPK220100
FPK4161010
FPK220100
FPK4201010
FPK4201010
FPK4201020
FPK4201020
FPK4201020
FPK4201020
FPK4211230
FPK4241230
FPK4301430
FPK4301430
FPK4301430

2
2
4
4
4
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Size

M16
M20
M20
M24
M24
M16
M16
M16
M16
M20
M16
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M24
M24
M30
M30
M30

Design Load Capacities (AS 4100)

Base Plate

Strength Limit State

Gauge

Pitch

Length

Width

Thick

Hole

Sg

Sp

dp

bp

tp

dh

Compn.

Tension

Shear

Shear

Tension

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

kN

kN

kN

kN

kN

100
100
100
120
120
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
120
120
140
140
140

0
0
100
120
120
0
0
0
100
0
100
0
100
100
200
200
200
200
300
300
300
300
300

90
150
200
250
300
150
170
200
200
200
250
250
250
300
300
350
400
450
450
520
520
600
690

150
180
180
250
300
150
150
150
150
150
150
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
200
200
250
250
250

12
16
16
25
25
12
12
12
12
16
12
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
20
20
25
25
25

20
24
24
28
28
20
20
20
20
24
20
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
28
28
34
34
34

120
244
381
557
790
196
206
232
232
232
286
286
286
347
347
545
662
746
828
967
1056
1229
877

96.9
157
314
452
452
68.7
82.5
90.7
181
157
201
157
314
314
314
314
314
314
452
452
720
720
720

28.6
44.6
89.2
129
129
28.6
28.6
28.6
57.2
44.6
57.2
44.6
89.2
89.2
89.2
89.2
89.2
89.2
129
129
206
206
206

28.6
44.6
89.2
129
129
28.6
28.6
28.6
57.2
44.6
57.2
44.6
89.2
89.2
89.2
89.2
89.2
89.2
129
129
206
206
206

50.2
78.4
157
226
226
50.2
50.2
50.2
100
78.4
100
78.4
157
157
157
157
157
157
226
226
360
360
360

Combined Actions

1) Design Load Capacities are applicable for pinned type base plates only where any induced bending moments are neglected
2) Ends of columns are assumed to be cold sawn so that axial compression is transmitted by bearing.
3) Base plate holes are 4 mm oversize as this has been shown to be most practical for typical installation and erection requirements.
2 washers may be used under anchoring nuts to satisfy the requirements of AS 4100 CI. 14.3.5.2.
4) Shear forces resisted by holding-down bolts have been limited to half the design load capacity of the bolts and linear interaction has
been assumed for combined tension and shear loads. This conservative approach reflects the lack of a clear consensus in current
research on shear in holding-down bolts.
5) Larger shear forces may be resisted by suitable shear keys, or recessing the base plate into the footing.
6) The design model is based on the model detailed in A.I.S.C. Design of Stuctural Connections Section 4.II - Column Base Plate Pinned Type Connection.
7) Design load capacities on column sections are based on the capacity of the web section only as the base plates are not detailed to
extend to the outer extremities of the flanges in both directions. This conservative approach is used throughout the design model
and yields design load capacities which exceed normal design requirements.
8) The yield line method of analysis given in the design model has been used exclusively for calculation of base plate tension capacities.

Non standard sizes available subject to quote

Base plate
configurations
with 2 holding
down bolts

Base plate
configurations
with 4 holding
down bolts
bp

bp
dh

dp

Sg

dh

Sg

Sp

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Standardised Foundation Kits for Hollow Sections

Foundation Anchoring Bolt and Base Plate Selector


Design Load Capacities (AS 4100)

Column

Suggested

Holding Down Bolts

Size

FootiPak

Diam.

Gauge

Pitch

Length

Width

Thick

Hole

df

sg

sp

dp

bp

tp

dh

Compn.

Tensn.

Shear

Shear

Tensn.

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

kN

kN

kN

kN

kN

20
20
20
24
20
24
20
24
20
24
20
20
24
20
20
28
28
28
24
20
20
24
20
24
20
24
24
28
28
28
28
28

115
135
155
155
197
197
236
236
280
280
378
431
431
310
378
472
614
755
378
378
378
378
431
431
367
367
310
367
579
614
755
897

100
100
201
314
201
314
201
314
201
314
201
201
314
100
100
452
452
452
157
201
201
314
201
314
201
314
157
452
452
452
452
452

28.6
28.6
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
57.2
89.2
28.6
28.6
128.6
128.6
128.6
44.6
57.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
44.6
128.6
128.6
128.6
128.6
128.6

28.6
28.6
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
57.2
89.2
28.6
28.6
128.6
128.6
128.6
44.6
57.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
57.2
89.2
44.6
128.6
128.6
128.6
128.6
128.6

50.2
50.2
100.4
156.8
100.4
156.8
100.4
156.8
100.4
156.8
100.4
100.4
156.8
50.2
50.2
226
226
226
78.4
100.4
100.4
156.8
100.4
156.8
100.4
156
78.4
226
226
226
226
226

Designation

76.1CHS
88.9CHS
101.6CHS
101.6CHS
114.3CHS
114.3CHS
139.7CHS
139.7CHS
165.1CHS
165.1CHS
89X89SHS
100X100SHS
100X100SHS
75X75SHS
89X89SHS
100X100SHS
125X125SHS
150X150SHS
102X76RHS
102X76RHS
127X51RHS
127X51RHS
125X75RHS
125X75RHS
150X50RHS
150X50RHS
100X50RHS
150X50RHS
152X76RHS
150X100RHS
200X100RHS
200X150RHS

Note:

FPK216200
FPK216200
FPK4161818
FPK4201818
FPK4161818
FPK4201818
FPK4161818
FPK4201818
FPK4162222
FPK4202222
FPK4161818
FPK4161818
FPK4201818
FPK216200
FPK216200
FPK2421818
FPK4242222
FPK4242222
FPK220200
FPK4161818
FPK4161818
FPK4201818
FPK4161818
FPK4201818
FPK4161818
FPK4201818
FPK220200
FPK4241818
FPK4241818
FPK4241818
FPK4241818
FPK4242222

No.

2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
4
4
4
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
4
4
4
4
4

16
16
16
20
16
20
16
20
16
20
16
16
20
16
16
24
24
24
20
16
16
20
16
20
16
20
20
24
24
24
24
24

200
200
180
180
180
180
180
180
220
220
180
180
180
200
200
180
220
220
200
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
200
180
180
180
180
220

Base Plate

270
270
250
250
250
250
250
250
280
290
250
250
250
270
270
250
280
300
270
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
270
250
250
250
280
300

0
0
180
180
180
180
180
180
220
220
180
180
180
0
0
180
220
220
0
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
0
180
180
180
180
220

150
150
250
250
250
250
250
250
280
290
250
250
250
150
150
250
280
300
150
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
150
250
250
250
280
300

12
12
12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16
16
12
16
12
12
20
20
20
16
16
16
20
16
20
16
20
16
20
20
20
20
20

Combined Actions

Strength Limit State

1) Design Load Capacities are applicable for pinned type base plates only where any induced bending moments are neglected.
2) Ends of columns are assumed to be cold sawn so that axial compression is transmitted by bearing.
3) Base plate holes are 4 mm oversize as this has been shown to be most practical for typical installation and erection requirements.
2 washers may be used under anchoring nuts to satisfy the requirements of AS 4100 CI. 14.3.5.2.
4) Shear forces resisted by holding-down bolts have been limited to half the design load capacity of the bolts and linear interaction
has been assumed for combined tension and shear loads. This conservative approach reflects the lack of a clear consensus in current
research on shear in holding-down bolts.
5) Larger shear forces may be resisted by suitable shear keys, or recessing the base plate into the footing.
6) Design load capacities of column sections are based on the capacity of the column section is calculated in accordance with Section
6 of AS 4100.
7) The yield line method of analysis given in the design model has been used exclusively for calculation of base plate tension capacities.

Non standard sizes available subject to quote


dp

Base plate
configurations
with 2 holding
down bolts

Base plate
configurations
with 4 holding
down bolts

Sg

dh
bp

dp
Sg
Sp

dh
bp

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Deformable Brackets

Commonly called Fire Ties


SpeediBolt TiltLok Deformable Brackets provide
restraints for tilt-up and precast concrete panels.

Features

These life-safety devices allow designers of buildings


clad with tilt-up or precast concrete panels to specify
components that meet the needs of the Building
Code of Australia. The TiltLok brackets can be used to
secure panels to the structure, or to adjacent corner
panels, so that in the event of a fire, the likelihood of
outward collapse of the panels is minimised.

Prefabricated standard components


Made from 100 x 10 Grade 250 flat bar
Economical, off-the-shelf components
Available in black, or galvanised
Simple to use
Slotted holes aid alignment
Feature podger holes to assist in installation

Designed and tested to meet the rigorous


requirements of the Building Code of Australia.

35 Typical
Formed from 100 x 10
Grade 250 flat bar,
with 5 slots 22 x 28

M20 ferrule cast into


panel. Use M20 Gr 8.8
bolt to attach TiltLok
bracket.
Tilt-up or precast
concrete panel.

200

200
Building column, UB250
or larger.

44

2 x M20 Gr 8.8 bolts at


44 crs, through web of
column.

TiltLok Standard Bracket

TiltLokbracket

35 Typical
Formed from 100 x 10
Grade 250 flat bar,
with 4 slots 22 x 28

TiltLok Standard Brackets

M20 ferrule cast into


each panel. Use M20
Gr 8.8 bolt to attach
TiltLok bracket.
200
Tilt-up or precast
concrete panels.

TiltLokCorner Bracket

200
TiltLok Corner Bracket

Configuration

Part No.

Finish

Unit
Weight
[ kg ]

Standard

TILT-STD [B]

Black

5.0

Standard

TILT-STD [G]

Galvanised

5.1

Corner

TILT-CNR [B]

Black

5.0

Corner

TILT-CNR [G]

Galvanised

5.1

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Design requirements and


limitations

Deformable Brackets

TiltLok Deformable Brackets are required to restrain cladding


panels for the duration of a fire.

Performance Criteria

TiltLok Deformable Brackets are designed to allow tilt-up or


precast concrete panels to hog during a fire, yet prevent the
panel from being displaced from a building during the fire.

TiltLok Deformable Brackets have been designed


and tested to meet the performance criteria of
Specification C1.11 of the Building Code of Australia,
and the BHP Structural Steel Development Group
Technical Note Single Storey Steel-framed Buildings
- Support of External Walls in Fire, Revised February
1997.

Vertical panel height should not exceed 9.0 m.


Support column spacing should not exceed 10.0 m.
Vertical panels must be each connected to the supporting
columns, or designed such that intermediate non-attached
panels are all connected, and served by TiltLok brackets.
TiltLok brackets must be located less than 2.0 m from the top
of the panel.

Testing carried out by the Structures Laboratory of the


University of Queensland has shown ultimate capacity
on a pair of TiltLok brackets exceeds 164 kN, limited
by Grade 8.8 fastener failure. Deformation at that load
was 550 mm.

Panels must be fitted with appropriate cast-in ferrules sized


to suit loads. Brackets to be fastened to panels with M20 Grade
8.8 bolts.
Standard brackets to be connected to column web with a pair
of M20 Grade 8.8 bolts.
The smallest column section that can be used with TiltLok
brackets is UB250.
The Technical Note cited above suggests that for structures
having columns with a bending capacity
oMs <50 kN.m, deformable brackets need not to be used to
connect panels to the columns.
The Technical Note also suggests that the temperature of the
bolts in the cast-in ferrules remains relatively low due to the
concrete wall panel acting as a heat sink.
In applications where post-installed masonry anchors
are to be used with TiltLok brackets, the capacity of the
anchors should be reduced substantially to allow for elevated
temperature effects.
The use of chemical anchors is not recommended due to
elevated temperature effects.

DERIVATIONofOF
FORCES.
Derivation
forces

the height from the base of the wall to


the uppermost connection between
panel and the supporting structure (m).
the width of wall panels laterally
supported by a connection to a panel
(m).
the ultimate moment capacity
(excluding o
O factor) at the base of a
vertical panel including consideration of
the base connection details but ignoring
the effects of axial compression in the
panel (kN-m per m),
and the cracking moment.
the design load (axial tension) required
to be developed at a connection to a
panel (kN).
outwards displacement of the top of the
wall (m).
the weight of wall panel per unit area
(kN/m2).
height of panel.

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REIDBAR Couplers

REIDBAR Part
Size
No
RB12
RBA16
RBA20
RB25

RB12C(G)
RBA16C(G)
RBA20C(G)
RB25C(G)

Length
L (mm)
90
100
116
162

Across
Weight
Flats
A/F (mm) (kg)
25
0.23
31
0.31
38
0.46
47
1.16

A/F

FINISH: Hot dip galvanised

Engineering Notes
Equivalent Bracing Rods or Sections
As a design aid, tables have been included in this
brochure for the SpeediBolt BraceLok and DBracket
BraceLok products, to help designers substitute
SpeediBolt bracing systems for commonly used
bracing rod materials. The sizes of the equivalent
bracing rods shown in the substitution tables have
been determined from the requirements of the
AS 4100 Steel; Structures Standard, for threaded rods

with cut threads of either Grade 4.6 steel [with 240 MPa
yield strength, 400 MPa tensile strength] or Grade 300
steel [with 300 Mpa yield strength, 440 MPa tensile
strength].
It may be appropriate to substitute BraceLok or
DBracket BraceLok bracing systems for other
structural sections used for bracing. The following
chart provides additional information that can be
used by designers to compare the capacities of the
SpeediBolt bracing products with other commonly
used bracing sections.

SpeediBoltBraceLok
BraceLok
Size
SpeediBolt
Size
RB 12
RBA 16
RBA 20
Axial Design Capacity
[ kN ]
50.5
88.7
147
For hollow sections with yield strength = 250 MPa and tensile strenth = 320 MPa.
Equivalent area of section [ mm ]
224
394
653
Or equivalent weight
[ kg / m]
1.76
3.09
5.13
Examples
50 NB Med pipe

RB 25
228
1013
7.95
65 NB HEavy pipe

For hot rolled sections with yield strength = 300 MPa and tensile strength = 440 MPa.
Equivalent area of section [ mm ]
187
329
544
844
Or equivalent weight
[ kg / m ]
1.47
2.58
4.27
6.63
Examples
L 65 x 50 x 5
L 75 x 75 x 6
L 50 x 50 x 6
C 75 x 40
For hollow sections with yield strength = 350 MPa and tensile stregth = 430 MPa.
Equivalent area of section [ mm ]
160
282
467
724
Or equivalent weight
[ kg / m ]
1.26
2.21
3.66
5.68
Examples
SHS 50 x 50 x 2.5
SHS 50 x 50 x 4
RHS 65 x 35 x 2.5
RHS 75 x 50 x 3

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DBracket Bracelok

SpeediBrace

Kit form bracing system, with D-Bracket castings.


Used with 12, 16, 20 and 25 mm diameter hightensile 500PLUS REIDBAR
Galvanised components
Supplied in flat-pack kit form or assembled on bar

Light-duty bracing system with easy adjustment.


Used with 12 mm diameter 500PLUS REIDBAR
Galvanised components
Supplied in flat pack kit form or assembled on bar

TiltLok

BraceLok

Kit form bracing system, works just like a turnbuckle, but no


need for left-hand thread.
Used with 12, 16, 20 and 25 mm diameter 500PLUS REIDBAR
Hot dip galvanised malleable iron components
Bracing system utilises full capacity of high-tensile 500PLUS
REIDBAR
Supplied in flat-pack kit form or assembled on bar

Deformable bracket for securing tilt-up and precast panels.


Panels are restrained, so that in the event of a fire, the
likelihood of outward collapse is minimised.
Deforms approximately 500 mm
Formed from structural grade steel
Available black or hot dip galvanised steel

Hyper ArmourMate

Hyper ArmourMate is the premium choice in slab armouring and is used in applications
where the concrete must withstand hard-wheeled, high-load traffic on a daily basis. It
is manufactured from high-quality, cold-rolled steel to provide superior protection. Use
the Hyper ArmourMate system when your concrete slab application requires the best
performance over the longest possible lifetime. Ideal for high performance FF and FL
level floors.

Gamma ArmourMate

Gamma ArmourMate is the premier solution for high-performance joint armouring.


Specifically designed for concrete slabs subjected to high loads and impacts, and to
meet the demanding applications these slabs will endure over their lifetime.
Tighter tolerances
Armour edging for hard or cushioned wheel traffic
Cold rolled precision steel rails 3 m long (Black or galvanised)
Lapped joints in rails
Integral separation plate with integrated dowels
10 mm diameter x 100 mm long shear studs induction welded to the rails
Frangible fastening system holds rails together during transport and installation,
but breaks as concrete cures
Pre-fabricated four-way intersections, T junctions and corner units

Econo ArmourMate

Multi-functional, low-cost slab joint armouring and sacrificial formwork system


incorporating the Danley Diamond Dowel system.
Ideal for general warehouse activities involving vehicles with cushioned tyres
Provides joint edge protection
Provided with adjustable height stakes
Available in 3 m lapped lengths
4-way intersection available

Beta ArmourMate

Beta ArmourMate is a light system suitable for applications where the traffic is
expected to impose relatively light loads and impacts on the concrete slab joints. The
system is manufactured from galvanised sheet steel to provide a cost-effective solution.

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Danley ArmourMate Range

Plate ArmourMate

Plate ArmourMate is designed


for situations where a large gap is
expected between the joints due
to slab shrinkage. Three models
are available to suit the expected
size of the joint opening.

Insert Plate
Suitable for gaps up to 15 mm wide
Suitable for post-tension slabs
Wave Plate
Suitable for gaps up to 30 mm wide
Plate 60
Suitable for gaps up to 60 mm wide
Suitable for post-tension slabs

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Slab Tech
Flanged Dowel Box

Diamond Dowel

Where high loads or high movements are anticipated


at the joint.
Can be used in elevated slabs as a shear connector
Allow for large lateral movement
Available in galvanised or stainless steel
For use with square dowels
Suitable for post-tension slab joints

The most efficient Dowel system available, well suited for


construction joints.
Available in 6 and 10 mm sizes
High load capacity
Minimises differential deflection between slabs
Allows two directional movement in the horizontal plane
Available in black, galvanised and stainless steel
One-piece PVC sleeves
Supplied with fixing nails

Dowelmaster

Dowelmaster is a plastic cover for square dowels that allows


slab movement in two directions.
Available for 16 and 20 mm square dowels
Suits both 300 and 400 mm long dowels
Prevents slab lock-up
Nailing plate available for wood forms
Supplied with fixing stake and wedge
Compatible with Danley Keyjoint

Speed Sleeves

Plastic sleeve for round dowels.


Available for 16 and 20 mm diameter dowels
Standard length 240 and 310 mm to suit 400 and
600 mm long dowels
Nailing plates available for fixing to forms

Metal Dowel Cover

Galvanised steel cover with foam strips each side,


sized to suit anticipated dowel movement both
perpendicular and parallel to the joint.
Prevents slab lock-up
Standard sizes available for 16, 20 and 25 mm
square dowels
Other sizes available on request

Square Dowels & Round Dowels


SQUARE DOWELS

Structural grade square dowels sawn to length, not cropped.


Available in 16, 20, 25, 28, 32 and 40 mm sizes
Available in 400, 500 and 600 mm lengths
Available in black, galvanised and stainless steel
ROUND DOWELS
Structural grade round dowels sawn to length, not cropped.
Available in 16, 20 and 24 mm diameters
Available in 400, 500 and 600 mm lengths
Available in black, galvanised and stainless steel

Square Dowel Cradle & Round Dowel Cradle

SQUARE DOWEL CRADLES


A fully welded prefabricated dowel cradle with square dowels
and either Dowelmasters or metal dowel covers.
Available in 16, 20, 25, 28, 32 and 40 mm dowel sizes
Available for slab thicknesses from 100 to 300 mm
Supplied standard 3 m lengths
Dowels available in black, galvanised and stainless steel
ROUND DOWEL CRADLES
A fully welded prefabricated dowel cradle with shrink wrapped
round dowels.
Available for slab thicknesses from 100 to 300 mm
Supplied in 3 m lengths
Dowels available in black, galvanised and stainless steel

PD Dowel Cradle

Danley PD Dowel Cradles are tapered plate dowels assembled


into cradles of 3 m nominal length.
Available in 6 or 10 mm thick dowels spaced at 450 or
600 mm centres, and for slab thicknesses ranging from
150 to 300 mm
Tapered plate dowels 300 mm long; made from
AS/NZS 3679.1 grade 300 steel
PD Cradles have the same load transfer capacities and
deflection characteristics as rectangular Plate Dowel Cradles.

Construction Innovators

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Plate Dowel Cradle

Efficient Plate Dowel secured in fabricated cradle, well suited for


contraction joints.
High load capacities
Limits differential deformation between slabs
Available in 6 or 10 mm plate sizes
Available for slab thicknesses 100 to 300 mm
Supplied in 3 m lengths
Dowels available in black, galvanised and stainless steel