Tensile structure tension rod ARS2

tensile structure tension rod
tensile structure tension rod
tensile structure tension rod
tensile structure tension rod
tensile structure tension rod
tensile structure tension rod
tensile structure tension rod
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Space. Simple form. Both mask a complexity inherent in tensile architecture. The structure in place, itself evidence of science and careful planning, stands to remind us of what can be achieved with the intelligent use of rods working together in tension. Be it a glazed curtain wall, a suspended roof structure, a simple yet elegant suspension bridge, or a cable net or grid structure, all can depend on rods as the primary load carrying elements. The results are structures of unique depth and openness, with large spans made possible by balancing the need for reduced self weight, with the application of minimalist and efficient high tensile rod tendons. This is lightweight tensile architecture and a Ronstan passion. Description A stainless rod solution for large diameter high load applications. Lengths/Span Up to 6.0m (19.7ft) for ø M12 – M16 (0.472-0.630in.) Up to 7.5m (24.6ft) for ø M20 – M42 (0.787-1.654in.) Up to 6.0m (19.7ft) for ø M48 – M56 (1.890-2.047in.) before joiners/turnbuckles are required. Rod Diameters M12 (0.472in.) to M56 (2.047in.) as standard. Larger sizes available on request. Specific Features Attractive tapered nut and recognisable “tear drop” fork for a simple elegant style that will not date. Simple connection detail of pin and fork minimising installation time. Satin finish stainless steel for a modern aesthetic. Other finishes available on request. Large range of diameters available to allow consistent detailing throughout a project. Austenitic material.

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