Range of Standard Ancon Lintels

These lintels carry a single leaf, usually the external leaf, of a cavity wall. The lintel can be supplied with lips to either leg if required. Single leaf lintels require a separate damp proof course.

Channel Lintels

Designed to fit solid walls up to 225mm wide, the Channel Lintel can be supplied with welded metal lathing on any side to provide a plaster key.

Solid Wall Lintels

For use with solid walls, the Standard Duty Solid Wall Lintel has a top flange built into the brickwork. The Light Duty version is suitable for spans up to 2700mm.

Eaves Lintels

Eaves lintels are built into the inner leaf at eaves level. Metal lathing is welded to the underside to provide a plaster key.

Box Beam Lintels

For use with solid wall constructions Box lintels can be supplied with welded metal lathing to provide a plaster key on any side.

Timber and Steel Frame Lintels

These lintels are designed to support the external brickwork over openings in timber or steel framed buildings. Timber frame lintels are supplied with retaining clips and should be used with a separate damp proof course.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Ancon Building Products.

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