The Brick Brace Safety System
GUARANTEED SAFER, SUPERIOR & EASIER MASONRY ALTERATIONS OR YOUR MONEY BACK!
3 Brick Brace safety tools, 3 safety hooks, 2 couplers, anchor bolts, full instructions, guidance & free delivery within the UK.
(Scaffold tube not included)
All existing propping methods rely upon the unoredictable lateral strength of masonry to work safely, the Brick Brace is the only method that strengthens and stabilises the masonry to prevent collapse.
safety tools are fitted three bricks apart in a cement mortar mix, a maximum of two and a half bricks apart in a weak/ lime mortar mix and within every perpendicular joint upon Block work.
Openings of up to 2250mm in a cement mortar mix & 1800mm in a lime mortar mix at any height high or low.
BRICK BRACE BENEFITS
Simple to adapt to
Improves Masonry Alterations knowledge
Providing further temporary support options
Keyhole surgery for face brickwork
Full access to the task
Ensures future generations are taught safely & correctly
Use at any height, high or low
Stabilises lime & weak mortar masonry
Increases the variable lateral strength of masonry
No Lost or falling masonry
Fully tested in multiples
Supports all of the masonry, even in lime mortars
Guaranteed superior finish to a task
Versatile & Lightweight
No voids/traps in scaffolds
Raises the standards set within temporary support works
Also use when propping for total control of a task
Increases a Strongboy’s variable & unknown S.W.L.
Protection against minor collapse in-between props
Re-instates a load point to safely reduce the weight of the load to prevent overloading Strongboy’s
Allows a prop to be manoeuvred safely during a task
Safely minimising the number of props required
Pays for itself within two applications
Reduced Repair time
Easy To Store/ Fits in a tool bag
Reduced carbon footprint
Designed & Manufactured in Great Britain.
Superior results and time saved
Tel: 01895 546405
To Brace masonry, the force required upon the safety tools is estimated at 700N, for a safety factor of x 3 the force required in the safety tool is 2.1kN.
A recommended torque of 40Nm produces a force of 3.28kN which is more than adequate even allowing for some fall off in force as the tool beds in. This torque is also readily achievable on site and was also used in the test via a ratchet spanner. It also provides a force well below that to crush the end faces of the brick. When bricks were removed from below there was no distress whatsoever, no visible movement or cracking which suggested that the calculations are very reasonable.
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