For more than 80 years, Lindapter has earned a respected reputation as the inventor and pioneer of steelwork clamping systems, providing an independently approved and exclusive product range of steelwork, cavity, decking, support and steel floor fixings.
Lindapter’s unique connections create significant advantages in comparison to traditional methods such as welding or drilling, including:
- Reduced installation times resulting in a quick turnaround of a project
- Cost savings including labour costs
- No welding
- No site drilling
- Guaranteed loads and factor of safety
- No damage to protective coatings
- Safe in hazardous environments
- Adjustable on-site
Lindapter’s team of internal engineers are able to offer a comprehensive Technical Support package to back up their products, from everyday product applications and non-standard product applications, to bespoke product design.
Other services from Lindapter include:
- Telephone Advice
- CAD Assembly Drawings
- Connection Assembly Design
- Office or Site Visits
- Bespoke Product Design
- CPD Certified Group Presentations – to request further information or to book a presentation please contact Ancon/Lindapter
Lindapter continually launch new, innovative and cost reducing alternatives to traditional connection methods. As such, there are always products and ideas available from Lindapter which may not be shown on this website. Please contact us for further details.
Lindapter products are delivered as standard either bright zinc plated or hot dip galvanised. Various other coatings and alternative materials are available upon request for most products including:
- Plastic coating
- Special paint coating
- Delta seal
- Stainless steel
Alternative surface finishes are available upon request for use in aggressive or other unusual environments (subject to quantity).
Ancon is proud to sponsor two industry conferences this year and will showcase an innovative range of structural fixing solutions.
Ancon is proud to be a sponsor of The Concrete NZ Conference taking place in Hamilton, New Zealand, from 11th to 13th October 2018.