Technical expertise supports architectural design flair
From simple box-type home construction using Ancon wall ties, lintels and windposts to the build of iconic concrete-core high-rise buildings using couplers, shear connectors and masonry support systems, Ancon products support architectural innovation and design flair in the residential market.
As thermal efficiency requirements become more stringent, Ancon balcony connectors with thermal breaks are an important component of apartment buildings, while thermal and acoustic wall ties help developers meet the latest regulations.
Ancon has engineered a bespoke high performance stainless steel channel and bracket solution to support planter boxes on the world’s tallest vertical garden at Sydney’s One Central Park.
One Central Park, Sydney
Ancon MDC shelf angle provides bespoke support for complex brickwork façades on stunning art-deco inspired Holme Apartments in Melbourne’s cultural precinct.
Holme Apartments, Melbourne
Ancon Keybox Reinforcement Continuity Systems support fast-build ‘jump form’ construction for Altitude Apartments, Parramatta’s new residential skyscraper.
Altitude Apartments, Parramatta
Engineered brickwork support and hanging soffit systems from Ancon have helped the architect achieve complex brick details at Australia’s award-winning House at Otago Bay.
House at Otago Bay, Tasmania
How a range of Ancon shear load connectors and locking pins contributed to the build of the cavernous new Cultural Centre at Barangaroo Point, Sydney, Australia.
Barangaroo Cultural Centre, Sydney, Australia
Lindapter Hollo-Bolts have been used to fix a swarm of giant golden bees to one of Australia's tallest residential buildings.
Eureka Tower, Melbourne - Lindapter
Ancon supplied MDC Masonry Support Angle to the Breakfast Point development in Mortlake, Sydney.
Breakfast Point, Mortlake, Sydney
An Ancon masonry support system has been installed in Trinity Apartments, an upper-market residential complex in Sydney.
Trinity Apartments, St Leonards, Sydney
Eureka Tower is located beside the Yarra River at Southbank, Melbourne. The 92 storey building stands 300 metres tall and is currently taller than any other apartment building in the world.
Eureka Tower, Melbourne - Keybox
Ancon supplied Keybox Reinforcement Continuity Systems to this residential development in Sydney.
Beau Monde Apartments, Sydney
Ancon BT Couplers and the Keybox Reinforcement Continuity System were supplied to Condor Apartments in Melbourne.
Condor Apartments, Docklands, VIC
An Ancon Shearfix Punching Reinforcement system has been installed in a $1.5 billion waterfront development at Newport Quays, Port Adelaide.
Edgewater Apartments - Newport Quays, Port Adelaide
Masonry cladding on steel or concrete framed structures is normally supported by stainless steel shelf angle.
Ancon Windposts span vertically between floors to provide additional lateral support for large panels of masonry or panels with openings.
Wall ties and restraint fixings are an essential element in the stability of masonry panels.
Wall Ties & Restraint Fixings
There are various methods of fixing to concrete or steel frames.
Channel & Bolt Fixings
Concrete structures are designed with expansion and contraction joints to allow movement to take place.
Shear Load Connectors
Ancon manufactures three products which provide continuity of reinforcement across construction joints in concrete.
Reinforcement Continuity Systems
Lapped joints are not always an appropriate means of connecting rebar.
Reinforcing Bar Couplers
Lindapter offers innovative solutions to your connection requirements.
Lindapter Weld-Free Steel Connectors
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High-performance masonry support and fixing systems from Ancon have helped three of Australia’s most iconic new buildings to success in the country’s prestigious 2019 Think Brick Awards.
With October designated ‘National Safe Work Month’, Ancon is putting an extra focus on identifying and removing potential work-related risks so that no employee, contractor or visitor gets injured or harmed while working in or visiting the company’s locations.