Ancon WP2 Windpost System

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Ancon Windposts span vertically between floors to provide lateral support for panels of brickwork. The WP2 is an angle section windpost. One leg of the post is built into the blockwork.

Features:

  • Designed to BS EN 1993 (Eurocode 3) to suit the application.
  • Supplied complete with end connections and wall ties.
  • ‘CE’ marked to BS EN 1090-1.
Platform Compatible Version Certified to
AECOsim AECOsim - 1.0 -
ARCHICAD ARCHICAD - 1.0 -
IFC IFC 2X3 5 1.3
Revit Revit 2016 + 5 2.0
Vectorworks Vectorworks - 1.0 -

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Properties and values

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NBS_General
NBS_Data
Accessories
Ancon SDN ties to connect the outer leaf, Ancon SNS wall ties used across the post in the inner blockwork
AngleSectionSize
n/a
BaseConnectionOptions
Concrete, steel, timber or other
ChannelSectionSize
n/a
Configuration
Built into inner masonry leaf
EnvironmentalProductDeclaration
n/a
FlatPlateSectionSize
n/a
HeadAndBaseFittings
n/a
HeadConnectionOptions
Concrete, steel, timber or other
IntegralCavityMortarJointThickness
n/a
IntegralCavityTieCavityWaterCrossingResistance
Resistant
IntegralCavityTieEmbedmentLength
Min. 62.5 mm (SDN or SPN outer leaf tie) & min. 100 mm (SNS inner leaf tie)
IntegralCavityTieEndTypes
Outer leaf tie asymmetrical sliding tee slot end with deformed plate embedment end, inner leaf tie symmetrical deformed plate embedment ends
IntegralCavityTieLength
n/a
IntegralCavityTieLengthOptions
Min. 75 mm in 25 mm increments (SDN or SPN outer leaf tie), min. 210 mm (SNS inner leaf tie)
IntegralCavityTieMovement
Tolerant
MaximumDeflection
Span/360
Section
Angle
SectionSpan
n/a
SectionSpanOptions
Length to suit construction
Pset_BuildingElementProxyCommon

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    What's Changed?

    5/24/2018

    Object upgraded to NBS BIM Object Standard v2.0.

    5/25/2017
    5/4/2017
    5/4/2017
    2/27/2017