Stainless steel fastening system JVAeco+
for insulated facadeexteriorfor masonry

stainless steel fastening system
stainless steel fastening system
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stainless steel
for insulated facade
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exterior, for masonry


The JORDAHL® JVAeco+ facing brackets durably and economically secure brickwork facades. They accept the dead weight of the brickwork support and transfer it to the load-bearing structure via the properly designed anchor channels or wall plugs. Together with the load-bearing structure, a double-skinned construction is formed, with excellent building physics properties. Reducing the thermally conducting material to the primary structural tasks minimises heat flow in the region of the JVAeco+ facing bracket. Material Available in stainless Lean Duplex steel e.g. material numbers 1.4062, 1.4162 of corrosion resistance class CRC III . Solutions Type JVAeco+ N/NA: for supporting plain wall areas (can be used with intermediate angled bracket). Type JVAeco+ P/PAR: for normal wall areas/boundary situations. Type JVAeco+ F/FAR: for supporting visible/invisible building openings/external corners. Type JVAeco+ NFT/NAFT: for openings supported by prefabricated lintels. Advantages Excellent thermal properties. Reduces thermally conducting material. Meets the requirements of GEG, DIN V 18599 and DIN V 4108-6 . For creative facade design, including for high buildings. Simple tolerance compensation using height-adjustable bracket head. Comprehensive JORDAHL® service and advice. Economical installation on JORDAHL® anchor channels cast in concrete. National technical approval no. Z.-21.8-1868. Scope of supply: JORDAHL® JTM thermal collar for further reducing heat losses in the air space.



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