Anchors & Reinforcement Holland MI

The Keil mechanical anchor is made from stainless steel and comes in eight lengths, from 4 mm to 15 mm. This undercut anchor is used for natural and artificial stone, porcelain, glass ceramic, and high-pressure laminate. The product is easy to install and safe, with a high pull out rating in various materials.

All Pro Masonry
(586) 868-3860
4778 Dunkirk Ct
Sterling Heights, MI
 
Brother'S Construction
(734) 665-8109
1235 Astor Ave
Ann Arbor, MI
 
Debacker & Sons
(586) 775-8700
21750 Schmeman Ave
Warren, MI
 
Kennedy Masonry Inc
(517) 322-9310
6554 Sloan Hwy
Lansing, MI
 
Contractor'S Wall Repair Inc
(517) 882-8483
5218 South Waverly Road
Lansing, MI
 
D 'S Chimney Repair Slupka Cha Ntell
(810) 742-2141
3829 Beechwood Ave
Flint, MI
 
Northeast Solite Corp
(810) 232-3088
1071 E Grand Blvd
Flint, MI
 
Masonry Aesthetics Group
(616) 742-9970
1350 Scribner Ave Nw
Grand Rapids, MI
 
DAVE BUHLER MASONRY INC
(810) 639-1887
PO BOX 363
FLUSHING, MI
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CHIMNEY AND MASONRY REPAIR

Alpha & Omega
(517) 349-8660
3654 Okemos Rd
Lansing, MI
 

Anchors & Reinforcement

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Source: MASONRY CONSTRUCTION MAGAZINE
Publication date: November 1, 2007

By MASONRY CONSTRUCTION Staff

Mechanical model comes in eight lengths

The Keil mechanical anchor is made from stainless steel and comes in eight lengths, from 4 mm to 15 mm. This undercut anchor is used for natural and artificial stone, porcelain, glass ceramic, and high-pressure laminate. The product is easy to install and safe, with a high pull out rating in various materials.

  • Tile Eze USA Inc., 800-476-3737, www.tile-eze.com
Helical ground anchors control the situation

Brace Badger helical ground anchors are designed for the tilt-up and precast wall industries. The anchors are drilled into the ground in a fraction of the time it takes to set up a concrete deadman. They provide complete control of where to place the anchors depending on the wall height, offer immediate load capacity, and are easily removed.

  • Meadow Burke Products, 877-518-7665, www.meadowburke.com
System strengthens masonry arch bridges

The Archtec system is a complete diagnostic design and installation service for strengthening masonry arch bridges. The process involves numerical modeling of the bridge and simulation of the loading regime to specify a reinforcing system. A computer model determines the bridge's load carrying capacity in its current state.

  • Cintec America Inc., 800-363-6066, www.cintec.com

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