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The commodities are available as stock items in our warehouses in Vienna and Graz.

Below you will find the most important products with an overview of types.

Type Height Bundle Model Type
cm Small bundle Large bundle *)
DS 03 3 25 1000 V
DS 04 4 25 1000 D
DS 05 5 25 500 D
DS 06 6 25 500 D
DS 07 7 25 500 D
DS 08 8 25 500 D
DS 09 9 25 500 D
DS 10 10 25 500 D
DS 11 11 25 500 D
DS 12 12 25 500 D
DS 13 13 25 500 D
DS 14 14 25 500 D
DS 15 15 25 500 D
DS 16 16 25 500 D
DS 17 17 25 500 D
DS 18 18 25 500 D
DS 19 19 25 500 D
DS 20 20 25 500 D
DS 22 22 25 400 V
DS 24 24 25 400 V
DS 26 26 25 300 V
DS 28 28 25 300 V
DS 30 30 25 300 V
DS 32 32 25 200 V
DS 35 35 25 200 V
DS 37 37 25 200 V
DS 40 40 25 200 V
DS 42 42 25 200 V
DS 45 45 25 200 V
DS 47 47 25 200 V
DS 50 50 25 200 V

*) D … shape of lattice girder (diagonal wires)
    V … shape of a ladder (vertical wires)

Weight and dimensional tolerances in accordance with DBV-leaflet “Chairs according to Eurocode 2”

All RIPA® connecting cage types are 3.1 m long.

16 stirrups ø 8.0 mm / distance of stirrups 200 mm
As = 251 mm²/m / longitudinal bars ø 6.0 mm

TypeCage width
B
Thickness of Wall or Slab
h
Cage weight
cmcmkg/cagekg/m.
9 L913-169,33,01
13 L1317-209,53,07
18 L1822-259,83,17
Typ RIPA en 1

21 stirrups ø 8.0 mm / distance of stirrups 150 mm
As = 335 mm²/m / longitudinal bars ø 6.0 mm

TypeCage width
B
Thickness of Wall or Slab
h
Cage weight
cmcmkg/Korbkg/Lfm.
11 M1115-1914,24,57
15 M1519-2214,54,67
20 M2024-2814,94,80
Typ RIPA en 2

21 stirrups ø 10.0 mm / distance of stirrups 150 mm
As = 524 mm²/m / longitudinal bars ø 6.0 mm

TypeCage width
B
Thickness of Wall or Slab
h
Cage weight
cmcmkg/Korbkg/Lfm.
15 S1519-2226,78,62
20 S2024-2827,48,84
Typ RIPA en 3
Type Height H Width B Length L Small bundle Large Bundle
cm cm m pcs. pcs.
UK 06 6 5,9 2,0 200 800
UK 08 8 6,7 2,0 200 800
UK 09 9 7,1 2,0 200 800
UK 10 10 7,5 2,0 200 800
UK 11 11 7,8 2,0 200 800
UK 12 12 8,2 2,0 200 800
UK 13 13 8,7 2,0 200 800
UK 14 14 9,1 2,0 200 800
UK 15 15 9,5 2,0 200 800
UK 16 16 9,9 2,0 200 800
UK 17 17 10,2 2,0 200 800
UK 18 18 10,6 2,0 200 400
UK 19 19 11,0 2,0 200 400
UK 20 20 11,4 2,0 200 400

Weight and dimensional tolerances comply with the DBV Leaflet “Chairs according to Eurocode 2”

TypeHeightChordsVertical barsElements
hDEØØDistanceLeg length lWeight
mmmmmmmmmmkg
DE 1001006,06,0506001,60
DE 1201206,06,0506001,71
DE 1401406,06,0506001,81
DE 1601606,06,0507002,24
DE 1801806,06,0507002,36
DE 2002006,06,0507002,49
DE 2202206,06,0508503,17
DE 2402406,06,0508503,32
DE 2602606,06,0508503,47
DE 2802806,06,05010004,26
DE 3003006,06,05010004,44
DE 3203206,06,05010004,62

Weight and dimensional tolerances as per ÖNORM B 4707

TypeHeightFlat barDouble-headed stud pair
h DKDlShaft ØHead ØDistance e DKD
mmmmmmmmmm
DKD – P 1401401651030105
DKD – P 1601601801030120
DKD – P 1801801951030135
DKD – P 2002002101030150
DKD – P 2202202251030165
DKD – P 2402402401030180
DKD – P 2602602551030195
DKD – P 2802802701030210
DKD – P 3003002851030225
DKD – P 3203203001030240
DKD – P 3403403151030255
DKD – P 3603603301030270

In order to calculate punching, the following items of information are required:

  • Concrete grade
  • Steel grade
  • Slab thickness h
  • Mean effective depth d
  • Amount of reinforcement in both directions
  • Dimensions and type of the column (corner column, edge column, inner column, wall end, wall corner)
  • Applied load
  • Are there any openings nearby? If yes, dimensions and spacing
  • Concrete cover top and bottom
  • Biggest diameters of top and bottom reinforcement layers
TypeHeightChordsVertical BarsElementsaSW,QE2)
hQEDistanceWidth1) bLeg length lWeight
mmmmmmmmmmmmkgcm2 / (m * Elem.)
QE 100
QE 120
QE 140
100
120
140
6
6
6
6
6
6
50
50
50
100
100
100
550
550
550
1,53
1,63
1,74
11,31
11,31
11,31
QE 160
QE 180
QE 200
160
180
200
6
6
6
6
6
6
50
50
50
100
100
100
700
700
700
2,32
2,45
2,57
11,31
11,31
11,31
QE 220
QE 240
QE 260
220
240
260
6
6
6
6
6
6
50
50
50
100
100
100
850
850
850
3,26
3,42
3,57
11,31
11,31
11,31
QE 280
QE 300
QE 320
280
300
320
6
6
6
6
6
6
50
50
50
100
100
100
1.000
1.000
1.000
4,37
4,55
4,73
11,31
11,31
11,31
* QE 340
QE 360
* QE 380
340
360
380
6
6
6
6
6
6
50
50
50
100
100
100
1.000
1.000
1.000
4,91
5,10
5,28
11,31
11,31
11,31
* QE 400
QE 420
* QE 440
400
420
440
6
6
6
6
6
6
50
50
50
100
100
100
1.000
1.000
1.000
5,46
5,64
5,82
11,31
11,31
11,31
QE 460
* QE 480
* QE 500
460
480
500
6
6
6
6
6
6
50
50
50
100
100
100
1.000
1.000
1.000
6,01
6,19
6,37
11,31
11,31
11,31
QE 520
* QE 540
QE 560
520
540
560
6
6
6
6
6
6
50
50
50
100
100
100
1.000
1.000
1.000
6,55
6,73
6,92
11,31
11,31
11,31
* QE 580
* QE 600
580
600
6
6
6
6
50
50
100
100
1.000
1.000
710
7,28
11,31
11,31

QE-Types marked with * are available on request.

1) Width of elements refers to the centre distance of vertical bars in cross direction.

2) The required amount of shear reinforcement a SW,erf (e.g. based on a FEM calculation in accordance with ÖNORM EN 1992-1-1 with fyk = 500 N/mm2) has to be increased by the factor 1,0/0,9. Ved must not exceed 0,45 x VRd,max. The angle θ between the concrete compression struts and the beam axis perpendicular to the shear force is limited by 1,0 ≤ cotθ ≤ 1,7.

The following items of information are required for a shear force design:

  • Concrete grade
  • Steel grade
  • Slab thickness h
  • Mean effective depth d
  • Flexural reinforcement
  • Design shear force, or support reaction and uniformly distributed load, or required cross section of shear reinforcement
  • Concrete cover top and bottom
  • Biggest diameters of top and bottom reinforcement layers
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