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Stainless steel our passion & competence

Stainless steel our passion & competence

Glossary

Listview for the terms

Aluminium blanks
The MODERSOHN company produces various shaped and flat cuts from aluminum as laser cuts, water jet cuts or scissor cuts. The standard alloys, such as Al99, AlMg1 or AlMg3 are available at short notice.
Aluminium processing
The MODERSOHN company processes various panels and bar profiles made of aluminium.
Anchor channels
At MODERSOHN as MOSO® MBA channel system with European or German building authority approval available.
Anchor crosses
Anchor crosses are mainly used in the restoration of monuments at the end point of tension anchors to distribute forces in the masonry wall.
Anchor plates
MODERSOHN manufactures in stainless steel or normal steel (galvanized/primed) various anchor or weld-on plates with shear bolts, ribbed gate steel anchors (concrete ribbed steel anchors), cleats, threaded sleeves or anchor sleeves.
Anchor rods
Anchor rods is a term derived from anchor technology for the fastening thread parts of composite mortar systems. As a rule, these are threaded ends with ends specially formed for composite mortar installation.
Anchor sleeves
Anchor sleeves are thick-walled threaded sleeves or threaded sockets for higher load-bearing capacity, which in the construction industry often still have transverse mandrels or push-through reinforcement for better force introduction into the concrete.
Anchor systems for masonry
The term anchor systems refers to all heavy-duty fixings designed by engineers according to a basic system which, in variants or standardised, supports, holds against tilting or reinforces the masonry walls.
Anchoring systems for precast concrete elements
The term anchor systems refers to all heavy-duty fixings for the precast concrete elements, especially in the area of the facade, which are dimensioned by engineers and varied on a basic system.
Anchoring technology
Comparable to the term fastening technology, whereby the word anchoring has its origins in heavy-duty fastening technology.
Anchors for facade claddings
The term facade cladding includes practically all forms of building protection that protect the base of the building, i.e. the external supporting structures, against environmental influences.
Angle brackets
The term angle brackets is a collective term for various angular support anchors.
Angle support brackets
Angle support brackets are special facade masonry support anchors with continuous support angles, which are suspended from two or more firmly welded gusset plates.
Attika anchor
The parapet anchor is a supporting or retaining attachment for façade cladding elements if these clearly protrude above the top floor ceiling of the building. The attika comes from the Greek and refers to an architectural element.
Attika brick anchor
Attika brick anchors are used to allow the facing shell to be bricked up further beyond the roof edge areas.