Steel thermal break connector Egcobox® FST

Thermal separation of steel structures

In the case of steel structures in industrial and residential construction, special attention must be paid to detail planning when a component penetrates the outer shell of a building.

With conventional construction methods, thermal bridges are created at the transition from the building to the projecting component. This leads to increased energy consumption and runs the risk of condensation and mould formation.

The Egcobox® FST steel connection is an optimal solution for the thermal separation of steel structures and thus reduces thermal bridges, without limiting the structural effectiveness of the support system.

Insulation for the connecting element is available in polystyrene or rock wool, on request.

Advantages

  • Reduces thermal bridges - thereby avoiding condensation and mould formation
  • High structural functionality and corrosion resistance
  • Project-specific and dimensionally accurate production of the desired installation geometry
  • No on-site modification or assembly of the Egcobox® FST required
  • Versatile application opportunities in new builds or in modernization projects
  • CE marking
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