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Clamps specified for Forth Crossing

Lindapter Type AAF clamps have been specified for securing the cable management systems along the entire Forth Replacement Crossing. Due to open in 2016, the …

News in Brief – July 2015

A new off-the-shelf Adjustable Lifting Point (ALP) from Lindapter is said to be suitable for rigging and lifting up to three metric tonnes at an angle +/- …

News in Brief: November 2014

A new City of London office tower, 52 Lime Street (dubbed the Scalpel), has been awarded the first-ever BREEAM UK New Construction 2014 certificate for …

News in Brief: October 2014

This year’s annual SCI event will be held on 5 November at the London Transport Museum and is entitled ‘A step change in sustainability’. Topics to be …

Hollo-bolts support Stonehenge experience

Lindapter’s high clamping force (HCF) Hollo-bolts have been used extensively on the new Stonehenge exhibition and visitor centre that opened in December (see …

Antarctic station’s steelwork passes the test

Weighing more than 500t, the British Antarctic Survey’s Halley V research station, located on the Brunt Ice Shelf in the southern Weddell Sea, has been …

News in Brief: July/August 2013

The BCSA has announced that CE Marking capability is now a condition of membership for associate members, as from 1 July 2013. The requirement applies to …

News in Brief: September 2012

Lindapter’s Hollo-Bolt connection for structural hollow sections (SHS) is now CE Marked. Hexagonal, flush fit, countersunk and button/security head variants …

New façades and cladding brochure

Lindapter has published a new Façades & Cladding Brochure, said to be tailored to architects and engineers working on building envelope design and …

News in Brief – June 2011

This year’s annual SCI members event will be held at the Brooklands Museum, Surrey on 27 September. The event, also open to non SCI members, will include …

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