Concrete connections

Nyloplast push-in and cast-in connectors

Cast-in connectors are casted into a chamber or pipe during the production process. Alternatively they may be bricked in and luted in an oversized hole afterwords.

Push-in connectors are always applied afterwords. They are pressed into a drilled hole with a certain diameter (and little tolerance).

Nyloplast produces push-in and cast-in connectors for horizontal as well as vertical applications.

push-in and cast-in connectors for vertical applications are fitted with a reinforced stop to be able to resist pressure load (40kN according to Dutch norms). Moreover they are fitted with a special rubber gasket which enables easy fitting of a standpipe (which must not be bevelled off!).

push-in and cast-in connectors for horizontal applications come either with or without a stop, depending on fitting ease versus norms or local custom. Absence of a stop may result in easier fitting and a higher expansion tolerance. 

Concrete connectors may be sand-coated for improved attachment to concrete.

Concrete connectors may be fitted with a flange, which creates a longer 'water passage' and protects the connector against deformation. A flange may be fitted either at the beginning, halfway or at the end of the connector. Another possibility is to apply more than one flange to the connector.

Concrete connectors for horizontal and vertical applications are also available in flexible versions. In this case the sleeve is widened after the ring chamber, enabling 6° angle movement in all directions.

Concrete connectors for horizontal and vertical applications may be fitted with a radially tapering starting or ending lead, which will eliminate projection or protrusion from the concrete wall.

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Indrukmof montage-1

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