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CCL Vertical Post-Tensioning

Vertical post-tensioning is used to achieve lateral stability by vertically stabilising the core of a building, absorbing horizontal loads. By increasing the overall stiffness of a wall it can prove highly effective in seismic areas. Its increased rigidity also delivers enhanced crack resistance.

Because a proportion of the vertical reinforcement is replaced with high-strength steel strand, congestion within the wall is reduced.

Ideal for applications with variable wall geometry, vertical post-tensioning can reduce the number of supporting walls to create a more flexible layout.

 

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