Thin Joint Systems – Design Guide for Working with Thin Joint Systems

Building with the Celcon Thin-joint system is a fast and simple process. The greatest benefits are achieved when the blockwork inner leaf is constructed first, creating a weatherproof environment for follow-on trades to work in. With the brickwork taken off the critical path, the outer leaf can be constructed within the remaining build programme, using several types of widely available wall ties produced for use with thin-joint systems.

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Applications of Thin Joint Systems

  • Internal and external leaf in cavity walls
  • Solid walls
  • Separating/party walls
  • Flanking walls
  • Partitions
  • Multi-storey
  • Foundations

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by H + H Celcon.

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