M series active anchorages are designed for traditional post-tensioning applications. They are used with galvanized or non-galvanized metallic sheaths or polyethylene sheaths. The whole device is then grouted with cement mix. They are provided with front grouting hole and threaded holes to connect with the formwork. They are provided with a rear polyethylene cone for connection to several-diameter sheaths.
Mep® series active anchorages are designed for post-tensioning applications in an aggressive environment. They offer casting covered in epoxy-polyester coating as corrosion protection and polyethylene cap to protect the anchor block, all grouted with grease.
MX ® series active anchorages are designed for post-tensioning applications in a highly aggressive environment. The anchorage is completely encapsulated in polyethylene on both casting and polyethylene cap to protect the anchor block, all grouted with grease.
D series passive anchorages are designed for traditional post-tensioning applications where passive anchorages are to be applied. The anchor plate is supplied preassembled with fixing screws.
All anchorages are provided with front grouting hole and sealed, grease-filled plate. Anchorages are provided with a rear polyethylene cone for connection to several-diameter sheaths. M castings are available in three different versions with several levels of corrosion protection: M, Mep® and MX ®.
ME, MEep and MEX active anchorages are designed for external post-tensioning and may be supplied with several applications. They are made of an M, MEP or MX® casting and properly connected to a sheath in H.D.P.E. with a special transition cone. The cone allows containing the grouting inside it, so preventing it from bonding to the internal wall of the casting and guaranteeing the cable disassembling over time as well as a perfect tightness. The heads grouting by external precompression may be carried out with cement mix, grease or wax.
The strands may be bare or protected with grease and H.D.P.E. and guarantee the possibility to replace the cable over time. The use of bare strands must also include in some cases the localized protection of wedges with grease according to the type of application.