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Balokoniniai armavimo elemetai HALFEN HIT

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Balokoniniai armavimo elemetai HALFEN HIT

  1. 1. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 1 BALKONINIAI ARMAVIMO ELEMENTAI
  2. 2. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 2 OverviewOverview 1. Introduction 2. Applications 3. Product overview 4. Structural calculations 5. Competition & market 6. Advantages 7. Distribution 8. Technical literature & contacts 9. Summary
  3. 3. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 3 1. Introduction 1.1 Application, effect, function  Application: Connecting balcony slabs, beams, projecting parapets, other projecting construction elements as well as full storey-high projecting walls  Effect: Thermal separation avoids condensation and the formation of moulds; it also reduces heat losses and its associated CO2 emissions  Function: Thermally separated reinforcement system for connecting detached reinforced concrete components to the building
  4. 4. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 4 1. Introduction 1.2 State of technology  According to recent technical standards, the junctions between balconies and buildings have to be thermally separated. The intention is to interrupt the flow of heat from the inside to the outside. This is achieved by inserting insulation between the two components. “…thermally separated construction should be used…” DIN 4108 Supplement 2:2006-01
  5. 5. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 5 1. Introduction 1.2 State of technology Our solution Halfen – Insulated – ElemenT → HIT “A reinforcement element for providing a thermally insulated connection between reinforced concrete elements and concrete.”
  6. 6. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 6 OverviewOverview 1. Introduction 2. Applications 3. Product overview 4. Structural calculations 5. Competition & market 6. Advantages 7. Distribution 8. Technical literature & contacts 9. Summary
  7. 7. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 7 2. Applications 2.1 Application examples Examples: cantilevered balcony outside corner balcony HIT-HP MV HIT-HP MV HIT-HP MV HIT-HP MV
  8. 8. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 8 2. Applications 2.1 Application examples Examples: HIT-BD HIT-BDHIT-BD HIT-BQ Supported balcony Loggia Loggia HIT-BD HIT-BQ HIT-BQ
  9. 9. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 9 OverviewOverview 1. Introduction 2. Applications 3. Product overview 4. Structural calculations 5. Competition & market 6. Advantages 7. Distribution 8. Technical literature & contacts 9. Summary
  10. 10. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 10 Naming Concept HALFEN HIT HP HALFEN HIT SP Insulation thickness : 120 mmInsulation thickness : 120 mm Insulation thickness : 80 mmInsulation thickness : 80 mm Superior PerformanceSuperior Performance Compression Shear BearingCompression Shear Bearing High PerformanceHigh Performance 3. Product overview 3.1 The HIT of the 2nd Generation 10
  11. 11. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 11 HIT-HP MV-1008-20-100-35 ProductdProductd M=MomentM=Moment V=ShearforcV=Shearforc No.oftenNo.oftens NumberofCSNumberofCS Height[cm]Height[cm] Width[cm]Width[cm] ConcretConcret HP:80mHP:80m 3. Product overview 3.1 The HIT of the 2nd Generation Naming concept 11
  12. 12. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 12  Stainless steel compression bearings and shear bars  Unequal thermal insulation regarding fire protection requirements Balcony Ceiling HIT (1. Generation)  Compression shear bearings (CSB) made of ultra-highstrength fibre-reinforced mortar  Equal thermal insulation due to rock wool HIT-HP/SP (2. Generation) 12 Balcony Ceiling 3. Product overview 3.1 The HIT of the 2nd Generation Support Support
  13. 13. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 13 Flash-butt-welded tensionFlash-butt-welded tension Compression shear bearing (CSB) made of ultra-high strength fibre-reinforced mortar Compression shear bearing (CSB) made of ultra-high strength fibre-reinforced mortar Casing for TB made of plastic material Casing for TB made of plastic material Mineral wool as insulation against fire and low temperature Mineral wool as insulation against fire and low temperature Assembly 13 Concrete steel Stainless blank steel with fixing ring End Cap Concrete steel Stainless blank steel with fixing ring End Cap Eligible for 80 mm and 120 mm 3. Product overview 3.1 The HIT of the 2nd Generation
  14. 14. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 1414 Bild einführen 3. Product overview 3.1 The HIT of the 2nd Generation HIT-HP MV, B=100cm, B=50cm, B=25cm  For cantilevering balcony slabs  Transfers bending moments and shear forces  Most frequent application case
  15. 15. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 15 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-BX±Q, HIT-BF±Q The new HIT-HP-MD / HIT-SP-MD  For cantilevering balcony slabs  Transfer of shear forces in positive and negative direction  Suitable for precast concrete works (two-part element with upper and lower part  HIT-BF±Q)  Can also be supplied in a smaller version known as “HIT module” (HIT-BX±Q-MOD)
  16. 16. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 16 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-HP/-SP MV-OD  For cantilevering balcony slabs with stepped level  Balcony slab is lower than the floor slab  Transfer of bending moments and shear forces  Suitable for element slabs (ES-Version)
  17. 17. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 17 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-HP/-SP MV-OU  For cantilevering balcony slabs with stepped level  Balcony slab is higher than the floor slab  Transfer of bending moments and shear forces  Suitable for element slabs (ES-Version)
  18. 18. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 18 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-HP/-SP MV-OU  For cantilevering balcony slabs supported by a wall with a upward connection  Transfer of bending moments and shear forces  Suitable for element slabs (ES-Version)
  19. 19. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 19 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-HP/-SP MV-OD  For cantilevering balcony slabs supported by a wall with an downward connection  Transfer of bending moments and shear forces  Suitable for element slabs (ES-Version)
  20. 20. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 20 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-HP/-SP MV  For cantilevering balconies at external corners  Use of standard elements, no special element required  Transfer of bending moments and shear forces via external corner Indirect support Direct support
  21. 21. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 21 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-BQ The new HIT-HP-ZV / HIT-SP-ZV • For balcony slabs with non-restrained bearing on uprights • Transfer of shear forces • Available in 1 m length and shorter (30/40/50 cm) • 12 load groups
  22. 22. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 22 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-BD The new HIT-HP-DD / HIT-SP-DD • For balcony slabs projecting from floor slab fields (continuous slabs) • Transfer of positive and negative moments and shear forces • 3 load groups
  23. 23. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 23 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-FT (The new planned)  Insulation between front-mounted parapet and floor/ceiling slab  Short pieces (30 cm) for point application  1 load group
  24. 24. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 24 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-OT (The new planned)  Insulation between console and ceiling slab  Short pieces (30 cm) for point application  1 load group
  25. 25. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 25 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-AT (The new planned)  Insulation between parapet and ceiling slab  Short pieces (30 cm) for point application  1 load group
  26. 26. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 26 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-ST  Insulation between consoles/cantilever beam and wall  Point transfer of high bending moments and shear forces  Variations require many non-standard designs  4 load groups
  27. 27. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 27 3. Product overview 3.1 Products HIT-WT  Insulation of projecting walls with full storey-height  Point transfer of bending moments and shear forces, mainly in vertical direction  Variations require many non-standard designs  4 load groups
  28. 28. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 28 OverviewOverview 1. Introduction 2. Applications 3. Product overview 4. Structural calculations 5. Competition & market 6. Advantages 7. Distribution 8. Technical literature & contacts 9. Summary
  29. 29. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 29 1. Step Finding the necessary shearforce 4. Structural calculations 4.1 Structural safety Procedure for component configuration 29 Requirements for above shown example:  h = 180 mm cv = 35 mm concrete C25/30  MEd = 35 kNm/m VEd = 60 kN/m  Component 1 m
  30. 30. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 30 2. Step: Search for theconcrete cover! 3. Step: Search for theslab thickness! 4. Step: Search for thenecessary moment! 5. Step Identify the necessary element! 4. Structural calculations 4.1 Structural safety Procedure for component configuration
  31. 31. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 3131 The HIT of the 2nd Generation The abbreviation REI has the following meaning :  R The structural safety of the connection is ensured for the specified duration  E The room-separating effect of the connection is ensured for the specified duration  I The thermal insulating ability of the connection is ensured for the specified duration  120 The functions above mentioned are ensured for 120 minutes of fire exposure in compliance with the standard time/temperature curve 4. Structural calculations 4.2 Fire protection
  32. 32. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 3232 The temperature field in the cross-section (shown as isotherms) illustrates the advantages of the HALFEN HIT Insulated connection for the required minimum thermal insulation 4. Structural calculations 4.3 Thermal protection
  33. 33. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 3333 For normal load ranges of the slab connections the thermal transmission coefficient and the temperature factor are listed in tables. 4. Structural calculations 4.3 Thermal protection
  34. 34. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 34 4. Structural calculations 4.4 Sound insulation With balconies and access balconies, vibration is transferred into the main structure of the building and distributed into adjacent rooms as airborne sound. DIN 4109 specifies the maximum level of airborne sound pressure level, which penetrates to the adjacent units of the building and which is measured with a standardized tapping machine. erf. L´n,W = 53 dB The standard versions of HALFEN HIT insulated connections can fulfill the sound insulation requirements for balconies.
  35. 35. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 35 4. Structural calculations 4.4 Sound insulation Basis: laboratory tests From laboratory measurements, the difference in the impact sound pressure level ΔL was examined on a balcony slab made with units in comparison to a continuous floor slab.
  36. 36. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 36 4. Structural calculations 4.6 Software  current version: HIT 7.20  used intuitively  12 languages  11 calculation codes  manual customisation  facility for optimisation
  37. 37. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 37 OverviewOverview 1. Introduction 2. Applications 3. Product overview 4. Structural calculations 5. Competition & market 6. Advantages 7. Distribution 8. Technical literature & contacts 9. Summary
  38. 38. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 38 5. Competition & market 5.2 Competition Schöck Isokorb H-Bau Isopro Plakabeton IsotecEGCO Egcobox www.schoeck.com www.h-bau.de www.egco.info www.plakabeton.com AVI Thermokorb SFS Isolan Aschwanden ArboBasys Basycon HALFEN HIT www.avi.at www.sfslocher.biz www.basys.ch www.aschwanden.ch
  39. 39. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 39 OverviewOverview 1. Introduction 2. Applications 3. Product overview 4. Structural calculations 5. Competition & market 6. Advantages 7. Distribution 8. Technical literature & contacts 9. Summary
  40. 40. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 40 8. Technical literature & contacts 8.2 Installation instructions Multilingual assembly instruction
  41. 41. HALFEN HITHALFEN HIT INSULATED CONNECTIONINSULATED CONNECTION 41 Kontaktai Stanislavas Puodžiūnas e: info@denia.lt m: +370 655 78565 w: www.denia.lt

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