Sandwich Panel Anchors
Leviat is the exclusive distributor of Halfen fixings in New Zealand. Brief details of the Halfen products most commonly used by the precast industry are shown here.
For more information, please consult Halfen technical literature which is available to download below or alternatively discuss your project needs with us.
Halfen Sandwich Panel Anchors (PDF, 3.83 MB)
Halfen Sandwich Panel Anchors
Sandwich panels are a thermally efficient, multi-layer, reinforced concrete cladding system, typically comprising an aesthetic facing layer, an insulation layer and a load-bearing structural layer.
SP-MVA Sleeve Anchors
These cylindrical sleeve anchors are manufactured in a sheet thickness of 1.5mm and are marked with the anchor height and diameter. They feature round holes to accept reinforcement and oval holes to allow for the passage of concrete around the anchor.
SP-FA Flat Anchors
These flat anchors are manufactured in a sheet thickness of 1.5, 2 or 3mm and are marked with the anchor height, length and thickness. Like the MVA anchor they also feature round holes to accept reinforcement and oval holes to allow for the passage of concrete around the anchor.
SP-SPA Wire Anchors
These V-shaped anchors are manufactured from round bar in diameters from 5mm to 10mm. Reinforcement passes through the bends at either end of the anchor. They are marked with coloured adhesive labels showing the type, diameter and height.
More product information is available in the Halfen Sandwich Panel Anchors literature, which can be downloaded on this page.
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