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 CONCRETE INSERTS
Concrete Inserts are manufactured from standard Unistrut® Strut sections. They may be installed in floors, walls or concealed for the support of all kinds of piping, conduit, cable and other industrial equipment. Unistrut® nuts can be inserted anywhere along the insert providing a means of attaching fittings or hanger rods.
FIXING METHODS
Note: The lug protruding from the back of the insert are designed to provide positive anchorage in the concrete. Distortion of the lugs is not recommended as it will severely reduce the performance of the insert.
Form Ply: Unistrut® P1000CI Concrete Inserts are placed face down on the form at the required location and fixed up using 2.8mm x 75mm long flat head nails through holes provided.
INSTALLING
The point of the nail should be bent over to prevent lifting should the vibrator make contact.
Note: For P3300CI Concrete Insert, a 50mm long nail is recommended.
Steel Forms: Concrete Inserts are either track welded or wired to reinforcement.
FILLER METHODS
Unistrut® Concrete Inserts are supplied foam filled to prevent the ingress of grout and cement.
FINISHES
Unistrut® Concrete Inserts are available in the following styles and finishes - P1000® & P3300 in Hot Dipped Galvinised.
Note: Test results are available on request.
CONCRETE INSERTS STRUT SYSTEMS
1. INSTALL CONCRETE INSERT. 2. SCRAPE OUT FILLER. 3. INSERT STRUT NUT AND ATTACH FITTING.
The Unistrut® concrete insert is firmly fixed to the concrete side of the form before pouring. When the forms are removed, the insert is ready for use. Brackets and other components can be attached at any point of the continuous entry Strut.
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