Changes to post-installed and cast-in fastenings designed for use in concrete
It’s the law to comply
Australia has now introduced two very major changes on how post-installed fasteners (fixings) are designed and specified into concrete in buildings from 2019. Specifiers, suppliers, users, design engineers and installers need to be urgently aware of these new requirements and how they will directly affect them.
Why did these changes happen?
Unfortunately, there have been numerous failures of fasteners in Australia and overseas, because of improper design, selection, and installation. New regulations have been implemented to improve the industry and prevent potentially catastrophic failures occurring in the future.
These changes will have a dramatic impact on the selection of post-installed fasteners, as these new regulations are mandatory, and a legal requirement for any future building work where post-installed fasteners are used!
Join ICCONS® & NHS for a “National Construction Code” Seminar
Get up to speed & learn all about compliant fasteners.
Thursday 14th November 2019
– 11:00am (20min)
– 11:30am (20min)
– 12:00pm (20min)
– 12:30pm (20min)
Location: NHS – 30 Wyong Rd, Lambton NSW 2299
RSVP by 8th November to book your session with: Josh Palmer – JoshP@nhstrade.com.au or Amanda McKee – AmandaM@nhstrade.com.au