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Advantages

For the Customer

  • Faster construction, lower cost: End-to-end coupling of full-length reinforcement bars enables an accurate calculation of the needed materials and equipment. Eliminate waste and cost overruns, and build as fast as 3 floors a month.
  • Estimated total cost savings for a solid-cast frame construction using mechanically compressed couplers: Up to 40%.

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For the Designer

  • Increased efficiency and effectiveness: The use of mechanically compressed couplers increases the overall effective area of reinforcement by increasing the strength and reliability of the individual splices. In addition, reinforcement oversaturation in the structure is eliminated by the ability to use large-diameter rebar and couplers.
  • Strength: The couplers are pressed at the pressure of 700 bar, with the cylindrical coupler transformed into a hexagon. A layer-by-layer cut of a compressed joint displays how tightly the coupler has conformed to the rebar ends and grasped the rebar's reinforcement notches.
  • Documentation: Technical requirements for designing reinforced-concrete construction projects with mechanical coupling methods can be downloaded on our website, under "Documentation".

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For the Builder

  • Improved workflow, faster completion: The simplified rebar configuration and the ease of coupler compression removes the need for welders or other highly skilled laborers. This improves workflow estimates, eases project-management, and helps to guarantee on-time facility completion.
  • Onsite training, service and support: We train your workers to operate our installation equipment at the construction site, usually in a single workday, and we guarantee uninterrupted operation of the equipment with backup units and a dedicated mechanic available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • One-step quality control: Testing of a completed joint is performed by simply measuring coupler elongation after compression. This is performed immediately after compression, avoiding interruptions to the workflow.

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For the Customer

  • Faster construction, lower cost: End-to-end coupling of full-length reinforcement bars enables an accurate calculation of the needed materials and equipment. Eliminate waste and cost overruns, and build as fast as 3 floors a month.
  • Estimated total cost savings for a solid-cast frame construction using mechanically compressed couplers: Up to 40%.
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For the Designer

  • Increased efficiency and effectiveness: The use of mechanically compressed couplers increases the overall effective area of reinforcement by increasing the strength and reliability of the individual splices. In addition, reinforcement oversaturation in the structure is eliminated by the ability to use large-diameter rebar and couplers.
  • Strength: The couplers are pressed at the pressure of 700 bar, with the cylindrical coupler transformed into a hexagon. A layer-by-layer cut of a compressed joint displays how tightly the coupler has conformed to the rebar ends and grasped the rebar's reinforcement notches.
  • Documentation: Technical requirements for designing reinforced-concrete construction projects with mechanical coupling methods can be downloaded on our website, under "Documentation".
builder

For the Builder

  • Improved workflow, faster completion: The simplified rebar configuration and the ease of coupler compression removes the need for welders or other highly skilled laborers. This improves workflow estimates, eases project-management, and helps to guarantee on-time facility completion.
  • Onsite training, service and support: We train your workers to operate our installation equipment at the construction site, usually in a single workday, and we guarantee uninterrupted operation of the equipment with backup units and a dedicated mechanic available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • One-step quality control: Testing of a completed joint is performed by simply measuring coupler elongation after compression. This is performed immediately after compression, avoiding interruptions to the workflow.