All-metal floor expansion joint specially designed to withstand extremely heavy loads: load handling equipment, lorries... Suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. The top cover plate with the comb shape and the central support plate can be supplied in hardened steel or in stainless steel, depending on the strength required and the working environment. Suitable for all types of applications: industrial floors, station, airports, shopping centres...
For indoor and outdoor floor joints with a gap up to 100 mm. Suitable for heavy loads of up to 19 tonnes/axle and traffic of fork-lift truck on solid tyres (Vulkollan), HGV, pallet trucks and other vehicles on pneumatic tyres.
Length on request. Hardened steel or stainless steel.
Available in hardened steel or stainless steel. The standard joint has a section with a central flange for alignment; the STF60-L type has a stainless steel central support, with a more limited gap width and movement range. The mounting of this product is is essential; please enquire regarding about the relevant technical instructions.
REFERENCES JDH 6.04
OPENING (MM) W
0 - 40
40 - 100
+15 / -15
+20 / -20
VISIBLE WIDTH (MM) S
TOTAL WIDTH (MM) B
HEIGHT (MM) H
The load capacity is always given for a joint in its initial position. In case of opening movements, the load capacity is strongly reduced and the product will only be suitable for light pedestrian traffic. The indicated load values are based on vehicles with pneumatic wheels with a contact area of 200x200 mm.
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